WG4- ‘Muslim Memories of Europe: Circulation and Politics of Remembrance,’ co-organised with Sciences-Po Paris.

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WG4- ‘Muslim Memories of Europe: Circulation and Politics of Remembrance,’ co-organised with Sciences-Po Paris.

Muslim Memories of Europe

THE MUSLIM MEMORIES OF EUROPE CIRCULATION & POLITICS OF REMEMBRANCE
A CHSP research seminar: ‘Muslims: a European history, 16th-21st c.’
and Cost-Action (18140) ‘People in motion’ Working Group 4 Joint Workshop

organized by

David Do Paço
Sciences Po, CHSP
Marc Lazar
Sciences Po, CHSP

27 March 2020
Centre d’Histoire de Sciences Po
56 rue Jacob, Paris 75006
Salle du Traité, 1st floor

9:00 Introduction
David Do Paço (Sciences Po, CHSP)
Silent and Invisible: Muslims in Early Modern and Modern European History
Marc Lazar (Sciences Po, CHSP)
The instrumentalization of Islam by European Populist Parties

9:45 Panel 1 | Remembering Europe
Chair: Nadia Marzouki (Sciences Po, CERI)
Nadia Al-Bagdadi (Central European University)
Temporality and self-fashioning – Arab biography, chronotypes, memory
Joanna Musiatewicz (Uniwersytet Warszawski)
Splendid and Irritating. The Image of Europe and the Europeans in the Works of Ahmad Faris
al-Shidyaq

11:15 Break

11:30 Panel 2 | An intellectual legacy
Chair: Daniel Barbu (CNRS)
Roberto Tottoli (Università di Napoli L’Orientale)
Struggling with Arabic: The Qur’an in European Republic of Letters (16th-18th cen.)
Chiara Petrolini (Universität Wien)
An eloquent reticence: Vienna and the Islamic World in the papers of the imperial librarian
Sebastian Tengnagel (1565-1636)

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Panel 3 | Political Historiographies
Chair: Dónal Hassett (University College Cork)
Markus Koller (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
The memory of the Ottoman rule in Hungary – current trends in the Historiography.
M’hamed Oualdi (Sciences Po, CHSP)
Emphasizing the Christian captives’ complaints in North Africa while forgetting North African
slaves’ petitions in 18th century Europe: from a symmetric history to amnesia

16:00 Break

16:15 Panel 4 | Entangled memories
Chair: Antoine Perrier (Université Paris-Sorbonne/Sciences Po)
Luc Chantre (Université Rennes 2)
Quand l’Europe séjournait à La Mecque : Peut-on parler d’une mémoire européenne du hajj ?
Dónal Hassett (University College Cork)
‘I spilled my blood for France and hope now she will not let me die of hunger’: Mobilizing the
Memory of the Great War in Colonial Algeria
Jakob Vogel (Centre Marc Bloch/Sciences Po)
A chatoyant object: trying to make sense of Muslim memories in Europa – Notre histoire

18:30 Conclusion

Date

Mar 27 2020

Time

8:35 am - 6:30 pm
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