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.

 

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

 

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

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Date

Mar 05 2021

Time

8:35 am - 6:30 pm
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