Archives par mot-clé : Migrants

Minorities and Medias. 8-9 déc. 2016, Levallois Perret

germedias« Minorities and media » colloque international 

coordonné par Catherine GHOSN & Belgin BILGE, groupe e recherche GERmédias.

Programme complet : ici 

L’objectif du groupe de recherche GERmédias vise à étudier le lien qui existe entre les “minorités” et les médias traditionnels ou numériques. Il faut considérer le mot “minorités” dans une acception large car il revêt un sens différent selon le pays, le contexte social, politique ou encore culturel dans lequel il est utilisé. Il implique aussi plusieurs axes de déclinaison selon les minorités dont il est question : minorités ethniques, culturelles, linguistiques, religieuses, genrées…autant d’angles de recherche qui demandent à manier ce concept avec précaution sur le plan scientifique. Ce colloque est le prolongement du séminaire international organisé en juin 2015, lequel avait posé les jalons de notre recherche en groupe. Il offre l’occasion d’analyser plus profondément trois axes : «Minorités et interculturalité», «Rituels, médias et minorités religieuses», et «Minorités et médias».

SC Business School

8/10 rue Victor Hugo, 92300 Levallois-Perret

Bâtiment ISC2Transports : Transilien L – Clichy-Levallois

Bus 53/341 – Alsace / Bus 94 – Reims/Hotel des impôts

CFP Heritages of Migration : Moving Stories, Objects and Home. Buenos Aires Avril 2016

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Heritages of Migration : Moving Stories, Objects and Home

Conference Dates: 6 – 10 April 2017

Call for Papers: Deadline 14 October 2016

Papers will be accepted in English and Spanish / Los resúmenes se reciben en español y en inglés.

Online submission form: www.universityofbirmingham.submittable.com

Contact: Hannah Stretton, Ironbridge@contacts.bham.ac.uk

Download the Call for Papers here: Heritages of Migration Postcard

View the Call for Papers in Spanish here.

Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home

The early colonization of the Americas represented the layering of cultures and new inscriptions of place. Today we see conceptions of the stability of ‘old world’ that have been challenged by centuries of two-way flows of people and objects, each engendering new meanings, allowing for new interpretations of landscape, the production of identities and generating millions of stories. The emergence of the ‘new world’ in opposition to the old – in real, imaginary and symbolic terms  – problematizes sense of place and induces consideration of a ‘placelessness’ as a location for ideas of home, memory and belonging. This conference looks at the actors and processes that produce and reconfigure the old world in the new, and the new world in the old across the Atlantic – north and south – through constructions of heritage in material and immaterial form.  Its focus is upon the widely conceived Trans-Atlantic but we also welcome contributions that focus on the heritages of migration from around the world.

Held at the National Museum of Immigration, Buenos Aires, Argentina – a country that itself has seen mass immigration – this conference asks:

  • What objects and practices do migrants value and carry with them in their movements between old and new worlds?
  • How do people negotiate and renegotiate their “being in the world” in the framework of migration?
  • How is memory enacted through material culture and heritage into new active domains?
  • What stories are told and how are they transmitted within and between migrant communities  and generations?
  • How is the concept of home made meaningful in a mobile world?
  • Where do performances of identity “take place” so as to generate new landscapes of collective memory?
  • How do the meanings of place and placelessness change over generations from an initial migration?

The conference is designed encourage provocative dialogue (….) more :  heritagesofmigration.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/

Le téléphone portable, instrument de survie pour les réfugiés / Marie Gillepsie

Un article de Libération, Par Marie Gillespie, The Open University 26 mai 2016 à 11:21

Pour les refugié(e)s qui tentent de gagner l’Europe, le portable est tout sauf un luxe. Il est aussi important que les vêtements qu’ils portent ou que l’embarcation censée leur permettre de traverser la Méditerranée.(…)Suite ici