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Colloque international : « Frontières et recompositions territoriales au Moyen-Orient et au Sahel »

// Recherche

Assouan, 30 et 31 janvier 2017 « Ce Moyen-Orient forgé dans le fracas des armes et le mépris des peuples, est aujourd’hui en train de s’effondrer sous nos yeux. Ce bouleversement historique n’est pas le résultat d’une contestation des frontières, pourtant iniques, mais la conséquence de la reprise en main de leur destin par les peuples concernés » Jean-Pierre Filiu, Les arabes, leur destin et le nôtre, 2015, p21 Les révoltes arabes ont donné lieu à beaucoup d’analyses politiques et sociologiques mais (...) Read more »

Dr Noah Salomon

// Le programme IRP (Islam Research Programme): Projet de publication en cours

Noah Salomon is Assistant Professor of Religion at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota (USA) where he teaches courses in Islamic Studies and theory and method in the study of religion. He received his PhD from the University of Chicago in 2010 with a dissertation entitled In the Shadow of Salvation: Sufis, Salafis and the Project of Late Islamism in Contemporary Sudan, based on three years of field research in Khartoum, Sennar, and Kordofan states. Salomon will be a resident member (...) Read more »

Siri Lamoureaux

// Recherche et activités scientifiques

Siri Lamoureaux is currently a PhD researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology/Martin Luther University in Halle (Saale), Germany. Her fieldwork looks at a Nuba (Moro) indigenous literacy movement linked with their Christianization. She combines approaches from linguistic anthropology and sociolinguistics on language use, identity, media and literacy in the Sudan. She previously obtained a Master’s degree in linguistics from the University of Oregon in the US and in (...) Read more »

Mai Azzam

// Le programme IRP (Islam Research Programme): Projet de publication en cours

Mai Azzam is a junior Sudanese Researcher in Social Anthropology. She graduated from department of Social Anthropology, University of Khartoum. Mai also earned her Master’s degree at the University of Khartoum (Social Anthropology Department). She is currently working on her PhD project dealing with “Youth and contemporary Sufism in Khartoum”, Borhanyyia tariqqua as a case study. Mai began her career as an intern at the Royal kingdom of the Netherlands Embassy in Khartoum. Two months later (...) Read more »