Photo : slogan “Al Urdun Awalan” (La Jordanie en premier) sur une école de Marka (Amman) © Norig Neveu, août 2021
Opening Session « Rethinking the national fact in the Middle East. Jordan as a case study »
Opening Session of the research project NaJor@Mo - « Rethinking the national fact in the Middle East. Jordan as a case study »
Thursday, December 18, 2021. Online session: Link / ID de réunion : 986 6113 3908 / Code secret : 476988
9.45-14.30: 1st Session – Presentation of research projects
9.45: Ekhlas al Moadat, Yarmouk University
Jordanian national fact and political participation of Jordanian youth in the post-Arab Spring period.
10.00:Diana Ishaqat, University of Westminster
The structure of the Circassian organizations in Jordan.
10.15: Livia Perosino, IFPO/LAM
Jordan's integration into international markets: what danger for the agricultural sector ?
10.30: Louise Rautureau, IEP Grenoble
Women's social movements and the political mobilization of women in Jordan.
10.45: Camille Abescat, CERI/IFPO
Political representation and identities, citizenship and modes of belongings : a look at Jordan from its Parliament.
11.00: coffee break
11.15: Cihat Toker, IEP Aix-en-Provence
The development aid practices of the Turkish state in Jordan, through its Agency for Cooperation and Coordination.
11.30: Jasmine Benhaida, University of Basel
Whom has the Ottoman Subject become ? Collective Memory and Politics of Gender.
11.45: Inès Delpuech, INALCO/ENS Ulm
The Jordanian nation through its intellectuals: the case of the Jordanian Writers' Association (Rābiṭat al-kuttāb al-ʾurduniyyīn).
12.00: Pierre Delanghe, IEP Aix-en-Provence
12.15 : Taysir Mathlouti, Université Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne
The Water Question in Jordan.
12.30: Myriam Fayad, Université libre de Bruxelles
Feminization and migrantization of agricultural labor: the case study of Date Palm Agribusinesses in the Jordan Valley.
12.45-14.00: lunch break
14.00: Tariq Adely, George Washington University
Understand cultural producers’ problematization of Jordanian literature.
14.15: Ismael Gil, University of Marburg
The narrative of the Urban Genesis and the cultural policy of the Greater Amman Municipality.
14.30-15.30: 2nd Session – How do you approach the national fact in you research? – Preparing your fieldwork
15.30-16.30: 3rd Session - Organization of the Seminar session (schedule and thematic)
16.30-17.00: 4th Session - Writing workshop and blog notes after fieldwork – schedule and organization