18
Nov
2019

Recherche - Débat - Projet 2019-2020

Youenn Gourain (IFEA) et Nazan Cömert (Université de Marmara)

Interroger le concept de résilience à l'échelon local vis-à-vis du risque sismique à Istanbul

Intervention en français dans le cadre du séminaire Recherche - Débat - Projet 2019-2020 organisé en collaboration avec le département francophone de science politique et administrative de l'Université de Marmara.

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25
Nov
2019

Recherche - Débat - Projet 2019-2020

Ibrahim İbrahimov (IFEA)

La construction de l'identité azerbaïdjanaise dans le cinéma azerbaïdjanais. 1916-1956

Intervention en français dans le cadre du séminaire Recherche - Débat - Projet 2019-2020 organisé en collaboration avec le département francophone de science politique et administrative de l'Université de Marmara.

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27
Nov
2019

The production of surplus populations: forced migrants, coloniality and racialised capitalism

27/11/2019 6:30 pm
The production of surplus populations: forced migrants, coloniality and racialised capitalism

The production of surplus populations: forced migrants, coloniality and racialised capitalism dans le cadre du séminaire "Enjeux actuels des migrations"
Prem Kumar Rajaram (CEU)

Organisé par l’Axe AMiMo de l'IFEA en collaboration avec l’Association pour les recherches sur les migrations (GAR)

Forced migrants are generally perceived by scholarship and by policy-makers as 'outside' of the social and political processes that animate nation-states. Thus, racial hierarchies in states are not seen as relevant to forced migrants. This paper will explore the common marginalisations of migrants and 'domestic' subaltern populations, focusing on the production of racialised surplus populations by contemporary neoliberal capitalism.

Biography:
Prem Kumar Rajaram is Professor of Sociology & Social Anthropology and Head of the Open Learning Initiative (OLIve) at Central European University. He received his Ph.D degree at London School of Economics in 2002. In his research, Prem Kumar Rajaram is particularly interested in questions of marginality and depoliticization. His research has focused on the government of asylum-seekers, particularly those in detention in Europe and Australia, and on colonial histories of state making and on the inter-relations between colonialism, contemporary migration and capitalism.  

intervention en anglais

11
Déc
2019

Présentation d'ouvrage: Populism and Heritage in Europe

11/12/2019 6:00 pm
Présentation d'ouvrage: Populism and Heritage in Europe

Présentation d'ouvrage en turc

Populism and Heritage in Europe explores popular discourses about European and national heritage that are being used by specific political actors to advance their agendas and to prevent minority groups from being accepted into European society. Investigating what kind of effect the politics of fear has on these notions of heritage and identity, the book also examines what kind of impact recent events and crises have had on the types of European memories and identities that have been promoted by the supporters of right-wing populist parties.

Based on qualitative fieldwork conducted in six countries, this book specifically analyses how anti-European identities are being articulated by right-wing populist individuals. Providing an analysis of the manifestos, speeches and official documents of such parties, the book examines how they instrumentalise xenophobia, Islamophobia, Euroscepticism, globalisation and international trade in European spaces to mobilise the masses hit by financial crisis and refugee crisis. Drawing on in-depth interviews with the sympathisers of populist movements, Kaya provides some insights into the main motivations of these individuals in resorting to nativist and populist discourses, whilst also providing a thorough analysis of the use of the past and heritage by such parties and their followers.

Populism and Heritage provides a unique insight into one of the most contested trends of the contemporary age. As such, the book should be of great interest to those working in the fields of heritage studies, cultural studies, politics, sociology, anthropology, philosophy and history.

 

Ayhan Kaya is Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Chair of European Politics of Interculturalism at the Department of International Relations, Istanbul Bilgi University; Director of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence; and a member of the Science Academy, Turkey. He is currently European Research Council Advanced Grant holder (ERC AdG, 2019-2024). He received his PhD and MA degrees at the University of Warwick, England. Kaya was previously a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Florence, Italy, and adjunct lecturer at the New York University, Florence in 2016-2017. He previously worked and taught at the European University Viadrina as Aziz Nesin Chair in 2013, and at Malmö University, Sweden as the Willy Brandt Chair in 2011.

 

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