Catégorie : Atelier

Timbres amphoriques grecs

english Lundi 31 octobre 2022, 10h-16h Ifpo –  Campus des Lettres, rue de Damas, 10h-16h. Mercredi 2 novembre, 10h-16h Musée archéologique de l’Université Américaine L’Ifpo et le Musée Archéologique de l’Université Américaine de Beyrouth organisent en partenariat, un atelier d’initiation à la lecture et à l’examen des timbres amphoriques grecs. Exhumés en nombres considérables sur différents sites libanais, aussi bien que dans le monde entier, ces...

Sustainable architecture : alternative solutions and local initiatives, 10/11/2022

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 9 am- 2pm – German Jordan University, German Lounge, Amman Lecture in English and arabic In the current global context, where energy and material resources are becoming limited and where construction (from the production of materials to the use of the ended product) has a strong impact on the environment, the concept of sustainable and « environmentally- friendly » architecture takes on its full...

Approaches to political participation in the early 20th century

The Workshop, part of the HISDEMAB resarch project of the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft collaborative excellence programme, takes place at the Institut Français du Proche Orient (IFPO) Amman.Friday June 17, 2022Excursion to Petra (optional).Group dinner (19:30 – 22:00).Saturday June 18, 202209:00 – 15:00Welcoming words by Julie Bonnéric, Abdul Hameed El Kayyali, Falestin Naili and Nora Lafi“Discussion and Reflection on the concept of Historicity and on Democracy“, chaired by Nora...

Traduire en arabe les intraduisibles de la philosophie – ورشة عمل حول ترجمة اللامترجمات الفلسفية إلى العربية

Arabic Dans le cadre d’une réflexion sur les sciences humaines en arabe lancée avec le Pôle « livre et débat d’idée » de l’Institut Français du Liban,  le département d’études arabes s’attelle aux concepts « intraduisibles », et par-là requis d’être constamment retraduits, puisant dans ceux qui furent collectés sous la direction de Barbara Cassin dans le Vocabulaire Européen des Philosophies. Un groupe de traducteurs, linguistes et philosophes...

Come and See: An Alternative Vision of Beirut’s Park (11/09/2019)

تعا معنا – لقراءة مختلفة لحرش بيروت Workshop organized in collaboration with Hepia university (Faculty of Landscape, Engineering and Architecture of Geneva), Lebanese University and Nahnoo Abstract The lebaneses students in sociology and the swiss students in landscape design will exchange their ideas to offer an analysis of the Park Horsh Beirut. Social, political and spacial characte- ristics ; the absences, permanences and persistances in the...

Études céramologiques dans la Vallée de la Beqaa : une perspective régionale (18/03/2019)

Atelier organisé par le Département d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’Antiquité (DAHA) et Département des Études Arabes, Médiévales et Modernes (DÉAMM) de l’Ifpo et en partenariat avec la Direction Générale des Antiquités Ceramic Studies in the Bekaa Valley: A Regional Perspective (18/03/2019) Abstract Ifpo is organizing a series of thematic workshops for 2019 on « Ceramic Studies in Lebanon », aimed at creating a scientific dynamic around archaeological projects involving...

Heritage and Archaeology Diwan (11/12/2018)

A round-table event designed to increase awareness of research on the archaeology and heritage practice in Jordan Organized jointly by the CBRL, the GJU, the GPIA, the Ifpo. With the kind support of the Jordan Department of Antiquities, the Gerda Henkel Stiftung and the French Embassy The second “Heritage and Archaeology Diwan” takes place At Yarmouk University, Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Irbid Venue at the Conference...

Urban Heritage at Times of Migration

التراث الحضري في عصر الهجرة في عصر الهجر Abstract Towards the beginning of the 20th century, Edward Said expected that ‘Displacement is becoming the norm’ (quoted in Malkki 1992). Today, the UN Higher Commissioner for Refugees claims that ‘around the world, a person is being displaced every three seconds, forced from their homes by violence, war and persecution’ (World Economic Forum 2017). Crossing the borders and trying...

Workshop: Arabic Manuscripts

Abstract The first research vector of the program « War in the Medieval Near East (11th-16th C.): Transmission of Knowledge, Social Practices and Sensitive Approach », aims at giving researchers access to – and studying – an unpublished documentation. It combines training, editing and analysing furūsiyya manuscripts whose dissemination is still poorly known. In this program, manuscripts are considered as fully historical sources whose study should allow a better knowledge...