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International symposium "In the Shadow of Separation : Territorial regimes and new socio-economic practices"



23, 24, 25 November 2010

Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem
Al-Quds University - Abu Dis

Organized by :
Consulat Général de France à Jérusalem, Al-Quds University
Al-Quds - Bard Honors College - Program in Urban Studies and Spatial Practices, Al-Quds Centre for
Jerusalem Studies, Institut Français du Proche-Orient and Institut de Recherches et d’Etudes sur le Monde
Arabe et Musulman

Symposium program

Tuesday 23 November


Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem

16:30 : Opening speeches by Mr. Frédéric Desagneaux, Consul Général of France and Dr. Zaid Zeedani, Vice-President for academic
affairs of Al-Quds University

17:00-19:00 Walls of separation in a global perspective

Evelyne Ritaine (SPIRIT/Bordeaux University)
From one wall to numerous walls in a globalized world : a comparative politics approach

Saskia Sassen (Columbia University)
Title to be announced

Wednesday 24 November


Al-Quds - Bard Honors College - main auditorium

9:30-12:30 Space, planning and rights in Jerusalem

Omar Yousef (Al Quds Centre for Jerusalem Studies)
Dilemmas in planning in Jerusalem

Senan Abdelqader (Architect)
Architecture of (in)dependency. Urban planning in the suburban context of East-Jerusalem

Coffee break

Alessandro Petti (Al-Quds - Bard Honors College)
Decolonizing architecture

Sandi Hilal (UNRWA)
Voids of refugee camps

Discussant : Thomas Keenan (Bard College, New York)

14:00-17:00 Territorial regimes and politics

Jean François Legrain (GREMMO/Lyon 2 University)
The political party as a means to by-pass local solidarities

Stephanie Latte Abdallah (IREMAM/Provence University)
Inside/outside. Living and acting on political incarceration after Oslo

Coffee break

Nasser Abourahme (UNRWA)
Spatial collisions and discordant temporalities : everyday life in-between a camp and a checkpoint

Discussants : Laurent Bonnefoy (Institut Français du Proche-Orient), Robert Weston (Al-Quds - Bard Honors College)

Thursday 25 November
Al-Quds - Bard Honors College - main auditorium

9:30-12:30 Trafficking and border economy

Cédric Parizot (IREMAM/Provence University) and Basel Natsheh (Hebron University)
Smuggling and the economy of separation between Israel and the West Bank (2007 - 2010)

Véronique Bontemps (Institut Français du Proche-Orient/IRD/URMIS)
Palestinian work in Israel : between extreme coercion and individual choice

Coffee break

Arnaud Garcette (IREMAM/Provence University)
Olive trees beyond the wall : the socio-economic impact of the Israeli politics of separation on the Palestinian olive oil
industry (1993 - 2010)

Discussant : Karine Bennafla (GREMMO/Lyon 2 University)

14:00-17:00 Territory fragmentation and the law

Moussa Abou Ramadan (Carmel Academic Center)
Territory fragmentation and adaptation in the Shari’a Courts in Jerusalem

Emilio Dabed (IREMAM/Provence University)
_ A constitution for a non State : Understanding Palestinian politics through the law

Coffee break

Asem Khalil (Birzeit University)
Disintegrating and reconstituting Palestine : The powerful strength of law

Discussant : Raed Bader (Birzeit University)

17:15-18:00 Conclusions

Lieven de Cauter (Leuven University)

Programm, Biographies & abstracts (following documents)

Program-Biographies & abstracts (English)
Program-Biographies & abstracts (Arabic)
Cover & Introduction