Doing research on and in Algeria
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University of Portsmouth (UK), 2 May 2012
Registration is now open for the “Doing research on and in Algeria: methodologies, research agendas, practical issues”
Postgraduate Workshop organised by the Francophone Research Group at the Centre for European and International Studies Research, University of Portsmouth.
Wednesday 2 May 2012, 11.00am – 6.30pm
University of Portsmouth
11.00am – 12.30pm: Doing Research on Algeria
Natalya Vince (Universityof Portsmouth) - Doing fieldwork in Algeria
Isabelle Chiavassa (ANOM) - Researching Algeriaat the Archives Nationale d’Outre-mer, Aix-en-Provence
12.30 - 12.40pm: Short break
12.40 – 1.30pm: Postgraduate Research Panel 1 (sponsored by the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France)
Jonathan Lewis (University of Exeter) - From Slow Emergence to Higher Visibility: The Algerian War in Franco-Algerian Literature of the1980s and 1990s
TristanLeperlier (CSE-EHESS) – Le champ littéraire algérien: enjeux de l'utilisation de la théorie bourdieusienne sur la littérature algérienne francophone des années 1990.
1.30 – 2.15pm: Lunch
2.15 – 3.35pm: Postgraduate Research Panel 2
Hannah-Louise Clark (Princeton) - “Les Petits Médecins du Bled”: the Lives of Native Medical Auxiliaries in Colonial Algeria
Michael Kozakowski (University of Chicago) – Economies of Migration: the business and social practice of migration between Algeria and France,1944-1974
Iain Mossman (Cardiff University) - Photography, Algeria, Immigration, Les Minguettes, 1981: a curiousintersection in the historiography of Marc Garanger’s Femmes Algériennes.
3.35 – 4.00pm: Tea break
4.00 – 5.20pm: PostgraduateResearch Panel 3
Maria Flood (University of Cambridge) – Approaching Algerian Film Analysis: Between Historicization, Postcolonial Theory and Representation
Gareth McAreavey (University of Liverpool) - The “Eichmann Experiment” and The Game of Death
Matthew Croombs (Carleton University, Ottawa) - French-Algeria and the Police: Horror as Political Affect in Three Essay Films by Alain Resnais
5.20 – 5.30pm: Short break
5.30 – 6.30pm: Round table chaired by Prof. Martin Evans (University of Portsmouth)
This event is free and open to all postgraduates working on any aspect of Algerian history, politics, society and culture, at all stages of their research, from masters’ students considering doctoral research to final year PhD students preparing for their Viva.
For more information, or to register for this event, please contact Ms. Joanna Warson (firstname.lastname@example.org).