13 mars 2009

La discrimination créatrice d’identité ? Politiques et minorités dans l’aire anglophone et en France : entre rhétorique et réalité.



Thursday, March 26th

9 to 9:45 am: Registration and refreshments

9:45 WELCOME SPEECH, Prof. Jean-Loup SALZMANN, president of University Paris 13.

10-11 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Boulou Ebanda DE B'BERI, University of Ottawa, Canada.
Articulation of Cultures, (Re)articulation of Racial Identities in Multicultural Canada: A “Mediatique” Gaze

Workshop 1
chair: Olivette OTELE

11-11:30 Adèle FAUSTINIEN, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France.
The “Question Noire”in France: Creating Identities

11:30-12 Oscar A. QUINTERO RAMIREZ, Université Rennes 2, France.
The Vicissitudes of Being “a Black” Student in the French University: Understanding Everyday Discriminations and Social Identities

12-12:30 Roderick D. BUSH, St. John's University, NY, USA.
Black Internationalism, the Third World Within, and the American Dream

Workshop 2
chair: Rim LATRACHE

11-11:30 Melanie E L BUSH, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, USA.
US Empire, National Belonging and Resistance in the 21st century

11:30-12 Gwénaël LAMARQUE, Université Bordeaux 3 Michel de Montaigne, France.
The Royal Proclamation of December 2003 or the recovering memory of the Acadians : French Speaking Minority and Identity in the Canadian History and area

12-12:30 Emmanuelle LADA, University of Lausanne, Switzerland and Université Paris 8, France.
The Social Construction of Ethnic and Gender Categorization in and by the Workplace : a Case Study in the French Public Sector


14:30-15:30 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Fehti MANSOURI, Deakin University, Australia.
Multiculturalism, Local Governance and the Social Experiences of Muslims in the West

Workshop 1
chair: Rim LATRACHE

15:30-16 Lotfi BENNOUR, Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard, France.
Muslims' Increasing Political Influence in the US: Myth or Reality?

16-16:30 Houda ASAL, EHESS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales), France.
Identity Discourses of the Arab Minority in Canada in the Face of Discrimination:
Between Reappropriation and Resistance

Workshop 2
chair : Boulou Ebanda DE B'BERI

15:30-16 Marie-Christine PAUWELS, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense, France.
What Future for Affirmative Action in Barack Obama's “Post-racial” America?

16-16:30 Sarah FILA-BAKABADIO, EHESS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales), France.
Afro-American Afrocentrisms and the Making of a Reparationist History


Workshop 1
chair : Fehti MANSOURI

17-17:30 Mireille EBERHARD, INED (Institut national d'études démographiques), France.
Manifestations of National Republican Identity in the Implementation of Anti-discrimination Policies in France

17:30-18 Howard ADELMAN, Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
Headscarves: Monoculturalism, Multiculturalism and Inter-Culturalism France, Canada and Québec

Workshop 2
chair : Olivette OTELE

17-17:30 Didier LASSALLE, Université Paris 12-Créteil, France.
French “Laïcité” and British Multiculturalism: a Convergence in Progress

17:30 -18 Nada AFIOUNI, Université du Havre, France.
The Human Right and Equality Commission and The Haute Autorité deLutte contre les Discriminations et pour l'Egalité: Sibling Institutions?

20:00 Conference Dinner


Friday, March 27th

9 -10 Keynote Speaker: Les MALEZER, head of the UN Indigenous Peoples Caucus.

Workshop 1
chair : Vanessa CASTEJON

10-11 Rebe TAYLOR, University of Melbourne, Australia and Kathleen BIRRELL, Birkbeck College, University of London and Melbourne University, Australia.
The Politics of Survival: Tasmanian Aboriginal Identities

Workshop 2
chair : Olivette OTELE

10-10:30 Andreas ONOUFRIOU, University of Cyprus.
Between Two Cultures or against Binaries: Second Generation British Cypriot youths explore on personal relationships in London

10:30-11 Gareth JENKINS, University College, London, GB.
The Local, Regional and National in Conflicting Conceptions of British Identity, 1880-1912


Workshop 1
chair : Vanessa CASTEJON

11:30-12 Peta STEPHENSON, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Beyond Opposition: Islam in Indigenous Australia

12-12:30 Lana LESLIE, Macquarie University, Australia.
Contributing to the Discourse, the Discriminatory Practices Surrounding the Entry to the Baths in Moree, NSW, Australia, in 1955

Workshop 2
chair : Rim LATRACHE

11:30-12 Anne OLLIVIER -MELLIOS, Université Paris 13, France.
Diversity, Multiculturalism and the Crisis of American Intellectuals

12-12:30 Stefano LUCONI, University of Rome, “Tor Vergata”, Italy.
Discrimination and Identity Construction: the Case of Italian Immigrants and Their Offspring in the United States


14-15 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Chris WEEDON, Cardiff University, GB.
Identity, Difference and Social Cohesion in Contemporary Britain

Workshop 1
chair : Olivette OTELE

15-15:30 Virginie GOURHANT, Université Lumière Lyon II, France.
Memory of Oppression: Irishness and Nationalism in Northern Ireland

15:30-16 Sarah WAURECHEN, University of Alberta, Canada.
Undefined Identity: English Discussions of the Scots During the INTERREGUM

Workshop 2
chair : Les MALEZER

15-15:30 Aurélie ROY, University of Arizona, USA.
Native Americans Fighting for Sovereignty: The American Indian Movement's Rhetorics

15:30-16 Charlotte LEFORESTIER, Université Bordeaux 3, France.
The Failure to Assimilate the Native Americans: the Rise of Pan-indianism


Workshop 1
chair : Chris WEEDON

16:30-17 John PASCARELLA, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
Blogging as a Subversive Activity: The New Politics of Identity Development in the University Classroom

17-17:30 Carmen TEEPLE HOPKINS, York University, Toronto, Canada
Possibilities for an Anti-Colonial Feminism

Workshop 2
chair : Les MALEZER

16:30-17 Renata SUMMO-O'CONNELL, University of Melbourne, Australia.
An Australian Story: Women Artists, Community Arts and Identity. The Balance Act between Identity and Social Dynamics

17-17:30 Eloise HUMMELL, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word: The Australian Apology to the Stolen Generations


17:30-18 Barbara GLOWSCEWSKI, Collège de France, France.
"We want to live in peace" (film with Lex Wotton and people from Palm Island, 5 minutes)
The ButterflyEeffect of a Death in Custody in the North of Australia



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