9.45 – 12.45 : Production and interpretation of legal categories. 9.45/10.05 > Ségolène Barbou des Places (Université de Picardie Jules Verne): “Foreigners‘caught’ by Law: The issue of the legal categorisation of migrants”.
10.05/10.25 > Gilles Frigoli (URMIS, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis): “Local practices of public categorisations regarding migration flows”.
10.45/11.05 : Any Freitas (Institut Universitaire Européen, Florence): “Reframing nations. Nationhood and “immigration” in Italy and Spain”.
11.05/11.25 > Christel Cournil (IRIS, Paris XIII): “‘Environnemental refugees’: an emerging category”.
11.25/11.45 >Introduction to the discussion by the moderator.
11.45/12.45 > Discussion and debate with the public.
Thursday 13 March - Afternoon
14. 30 – 17.45:Geopolitical issues and transnationalism: Migrants between states and states categories 14.30/14.50 > Anzhela Stashak (Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs): “The category ‘illegal migrant’ - consequences of its use.”
14.50/15.10 > Neda Deneva (CentralEuropeanUniversity, Budapest): “Migration on the Margins of the State(s): Bulgarian Muslims betwixt and between Bulgaria and Spain.”
15.10/15.30 > Jeanne Hersant-Menares (Centre des Etudes Turques et Ottomanes, EHESS): “Integration policies towards “foreigners of Turkish extraction” in Turkey: the derogatory status of stateless refugees from Western Thrace (Greece)”
15.30/15.50 > Luigi Achili (New School, New York): “Labelling in the space of doubt.”
15.50/16.10 > Marie-Laure Tending (Université François Rabelais de Tours): “North/South transnational migrations, the complex history of ethnic relations, and the integration of migrants”.
16.30/16.45 > Introduction to the discussion by the moderator.
16.45/17.45 > Discussion and debate with the public.
Friday 14 March - Morning
9.30 – 12.40 : Indigenous categories and new scientific categories.
9.50/10.10 > Lila Belkacem (EHESS, CEMS-IMM): “Experiencing, conceptualising, and saying categories : Malian migrants’ children and their identity.”
10h10/10h30 >Martin Rosenfeld (METICES, GERRME Université Libre de Bruxelles): “Categorising actors involved in the second hand car export business”.
10h50/11h10 > Claire Schiff (Université de Bordeaux 2, LAPSAC/CADIS) : «Beurs and 'Blédards': an indigenous dichtotomy with multiple uses. Gender, class and cultural relations in online discussion forums dealing with the Maghreb population.”
11h10/11h30 > Anaik Pian (URMIS, UniversitéParis 7 Diderot): “The adventurer as a sociological figure: a specific type of actor in migration?”
11.30/11.50 > Introduction to the discussion by the moderator.
11.50/12.50 >Discussion and debate with the public.
Friday 14 March – Afternoon
14. 30 – 17.05 : Redefining identity in the light of history
14.30/14.50 > Frédéric Roustan (IRIS, EHESS): “Japanese migrants in Tonkin, 1885-1954 : between legal and visual categories.” 14.50/15.10 > Jacqueline de Bony (LISE, CNRS/CNAM): “Social diversity and its management in The Netherlands : Autochtoon (native) and allochtoon (immigrant).”
15.10/15.30 > Julie Voldoire (CRPS, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne): “Labelling migrations with a comparative bias : categorisations and identity constructions. The example of Poles in Nord-Pas-de-Calais and in Nordrhein-Westfalen.”
15.30/15.50 > Claire Cossée (Minoritymedia, MIGRINTER) : “From 'travelling people' to Rroms. The genealogy and usage of ethnonyms. Towards an impossible neutrality.” 15.50/16.05: Introduction to the discussion by the moderator
16.05/17.05: Discussion and debate with the public