Assassination of Lokman Slim: homage from the academic community

16 March 2021 andres hervé 0

The URMIS joins in the tribute paid by colleagues, friends and relatives to Lokman Slim, who was cowardly murdered in Lebanon in February 2021. Humanities and social scientists working in the Near East have regularly benefited from Lokman Slim’s work through Umam Research & Documentation, an association he co-directed with his wife Monika Borgmann.

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SANSARI. The Goddess and the Corona in the Himalayas

18 June 2020 andres hervé 0
At the end of March 2020, in a village in Nepal, affected like the rest of the country – and the world – by lockdown, news of the virus spreads. Some villagers decide to perform the Sansari ritual, goddess of epidemics, adapting it to the current circumstances. Relationship to politics, relationship to nature, the place of the stranger, respect for tradition and adaptation to change, human and divine responsibility, rumours [Lire la suite…]

Nathalie Schipounoff’s PhD Dissertation Defense

18 December 2019 andres hervé 0
On Thursday 19th of December 2019 at 14:30 at Université Paris Diderot, (Building Olympes de Gouges, room Laplanche – 576), Nathalie Schipounoff is defending her PhD Dissertation in Social Anthropology and Ethnology, supervised by professor Pascal Dibie. Title: Affable startuppers for a better world or a better social position ? Ethnology of startup mode in a Parisian incubator. PhD examination committee members: Pr. Jean-Philippe Bouilloud, ESCP Europe  Pr. Nabyla Daidj, Institut Mines Telecom – Business School HDR (Rapporteur) Pr. [Lire la suite…]

Race, Gender and Migration

11 December 2019 andres hervé 0
International Conference,conceived and organized by the Center for Maghrib Studies, Arizona State University, december 15-17, 2019, hosted by Inlac Institute, Fez, Morocco.

International Conference “América central 1979-2019. De la Revolución sandinista a las caravanas de migrantes”

28 October 2019 andres hervé 0
November 4-7th in Mexico…
This conference aims to shed light on recent Central American events (the violence, the corruption, but also the massive mobilizations for human rights and the new forms of political action) all in light of their past. What are the continuities and ruptures since 1979, since the triumph of the Sandinista revolution and the explosion of internal wars in the region? And what challenges for the new generation?