Catégorie : Jordanie

Le DEC accueille 3 nouvelles personnes à Amman et Beyrouth

Le Département des études contemporaines accueille cette année à Beyrouth 1 chercheuse CNRS (Anna Poujeau) et à Amman, 1 chercheur MEAE (Simon Dubois) et une doctorante AMI (Livia Perosino). Anthropologue, chargée de recherche au CNRS, Anna Poujeau travaille sur la construction des appartenances confessionnelles et des rapports au pouvoir des minorités religieuses en Syrie depuis le début des années 2000. L’ouvrage, issu de sa thèse en...

Charity and Humanitarian Action in the Near East from Antiquity to the Present Day (17-18/11/2019)

International Conference Ifpo Amman, Jordan, November 17th and 18th, 2019 Download program & abstracts Abstract « Caring for the sick, the poor and the victims in the larger sense, and easing their suffering are gestures of solidarity as old as humanity », writes the political scientist Michel Maietta. Old as humanity? This is part of what this conference will try to elucidate. Material traces and texts...

Séminaire : « Modes d’habiter et pratiques urbaines des réfugiés syriens en Jordanie » (10/11/2019)

Séminaire du Département des études contemporaines  (DEC) Modes d’habiter et pratiques urbaines des réfugiés syriens en Jordanie Héloïse Peaucelle présentera les résultats d’une enquête exploratoire multi-sites conduite en Jordanie en 2019. Ce travail a été réalisé dans le cadre de la première année de doctorat en géographie qu’elle mène à l’Université de Tours et à l’Institut Français du Proche Orient. Empruntant une méthodologie essentiellement qualitative, fondée...

Umm as-Surab

Umm as-Surab Landscape and History of a Settlement in the Jordanian Hawrān (05/11/2019)

محاضرة: أُمّ السّرَبْ، مَشهدٌ من قريةٍ في حورانَ الأردنيّةِ وتاريخها Speakers Piero Gilento, archaeologist, expert in Building Archaeology, Marie Curie Alumnus, co-director of the research project in the village of Umm as-Surab, Associate Researcher in the APOHR team, Unité Mixte de Recherche 7041, Nanterre. Pierre-Marie Blanc, archaeologist, Research Engineer at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS-UMR7041), Nanterre, responsible for the APOHR team – Archéologie du Proche Orient hellénistique...

Animation linetest during a stop motion workshop at University of Petra (Jordan), 2018 (puppet design, Samuel Kaczorowski)

Call for abstracts: Puppets on Screen (30/11/2019)

International symposium The conferences will be held from 20th to 23rd April 2020 in Amman (Jordan) Please e-mail abstracts relative to your communication (≈ 500 words) + author bios (≈ 100 words) + short bibliography to: s.kaczorowski@ifporient.org n.nakhlecerruti@ifporient.org Submission deadline:  30th November 2019. We are looking forward to reading your work and meeting you in Amman. Assumption Puppetry traditionally favours gathering the audience, the animated object and the...

Syria Today: Social, Political and Economic Changes at the Interface between National Territory and Migratory Spaces (29-30/09/2019)

International Scientific Symposium 29 & 30th September 2019 at the French Institute (Jabal al-Lweibdeh) Programme Sunday 29th September 2019 9:00-9:15 Welcoming of the participants 9:15-9:30 Welcome Speech 9:30-9:45 Introduction : Valentina Napolitano, Myriam Ababsa, Jalal Al Husseini (Ifpo) 9:45-10:30 Keynote speech : Local and transnational reconfigurations of the Syrian society. Leïla Vignal (Rennes 2 / Oxford) 10:30-11:00 Coffee break 11:00-13:00 Panel 1. Social Transformations Discutant: Jalal...

Back from the “Black Desert”: Overview and Latest Results of the Western Harra Survey Project (01/10/2019)

Speakers Marie-Laure Chambarde (Ph.D. in archaeology, associated researcher at Archéorient) et Stefan Smith (Ph.D. in archaeology, FWO [PEGASUS] Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Ghent University) Abstract The Western Harra Survey (WHS) is investigating the desert north-east of the Azraq basin. The region is paved by basalt boulders which for thousands of years have been used for construction, leading to the still enigmatic so-called “Black Desert” landscape. This...

Conference: « Machizukuri: a method of inter-community dialogue between civil society and government authorities » (Amman, 03/07/19)

Presentation Machizukuri is a method of inter-community dialogue between civil society and government authorities. This movement began in the 1960s, and “Machizukuri” can be translated as “the process of building a city or community”.  The Machizukuri Council discusses the context of urban planning with the help of professional consultants. They can then submit proposals to the municipal authorities, who execute the urban development plan taking into account...

Appel à projet : Archéologie, Jordanie 2019 (date limite dossier 26/07/19)

La direction générale des antiquités et des musées de Jordanie et le CNRS souhaitent développer et renforcer la coopération dans les domaines de l’archéologie, de l’anthropologie et de l’histoire. La coopération peut se présenter sous plusieurs formes : – Échanges d’informations et de données scientifiques – Formation de jeunes chercheurs – Échanges de scientifiques et d’experts dans les domaines techniques – Développement de projets de recherche...

Journée d’étude : “Heritage and Archaeology Diwan” (26th – 27th of June, Amman)

The Diwan Heritage and Archaeology is 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, Ifpo, with the kind support of the Jordan Department of Antiquities, the Gerda Henkel Stiftung and the French Embassy. Date and Time Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th of June – from 10am to 3pm...