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A new volume of Sciences Po’s series with Palgrave Macmillan, International Relation, Music and Diplomacy. Sounds and Voices on the International Stage, has just been published. Its two editors, Frédéric Ramel and Cécile Prévost-Thomas have accepted to answer our questions about a project that transcends disciplines in order to question the role of music in international relations, with a particular reference to the concept of “scene”.
The volume offers a discussion between scholars of disciplines as various as history, musicology, sociology and political science, on what you call musical diplomacy. You have chosen to examine the issue of music in international relation using the concept of “scene”. Can you briefly tell us what it means and why you have chosen this “entry”?
Over the last fifty years, pan-Islamic ties have intensified between South Asia and the Gulf. Gathering together some of the best specialists on the subject, Laurence Louër and Christophe Jaffrelot explore these ideological, educational and spiritual networks in a book entitled Pan Islamic Connections. Transnational Networks between South Asia and the Gulf (Hurst & Co, December 2017).
This workshop will bring together scholars who have been working on transnationalism and multiculturalism in relation to nationalism, territory and citizenship.
10h00 - 12h30
Panel 1: Transnationalism with regard to state and nationalism : conceptual and methodological framework
Tariq Modood, University of Bristol: Multicultural nationalism and citizenship
Riva Kastoryano, Sciences Po - CERI - CNRS: Transnational nationalism and the state
Thomas Faist, University of Bielefeld: Transnational civil society and sate and citizenship
Discussant: Hélène Thiollet, Sciences Po - CERI - CNRS
- Pause déjeuner -
14h30 - 17h30
Panel 2: Transnational and multicultural politics of integration
Ruud Koopmans, WZB : Assimilation and Multiculturalism
Marco Antonsich, Loughborough University : Multicultural Nationalism : connecting the macro and the micro
Thomas Lacroix : From simultaneity to plurality. Transnationalism in action
Discussant : Hélène Thiollet, Sciences Po, CERI - CNRS
Responsables Scientifiques: Riva Kastoryano, Sciences Po - CERI - CNRS et Tariq Modood, University of BristolTransnational and multicultural nationalism 27/04
Avec : Erica Guevara, Université de Paris 8, Damien Larrouqué, Université de Paris 2
Responsable scientifique: Olivier Dabène
Élections au Costa Rica et au Paraguay 26/04
The End of American Grand Strategy: is Donald Trump so different from his predecessors?
Une séance commune du séminaire International Politics Philosophy et de l’école doctorale.
Présentation de l'ouvrage de Simon Reich, Professor of Political Science and Member of the Division of Global Affairs faculty, Rutgers University, Newark.
The End of Grand Strategy
US Maritime Operations in the Twenty-First Century
Simon Reich, Peter Dombrowski
Cornell University Press, 2018
In The End of Grand Strategy, Simon Reich and Peter Dombrowski challenge the common view of grand strategy as unitary. They eschew prescription of any one specific approach, chosen from a spectrum that stretches from global primacy to restraint and isolationism, in favor of describing what America’s military actually does, day to day. They argue that a series of fundamental recent changes in the global system, the inevitable jostling of bureaucratic politics, and the practical limitations of field operations combine to ensure that each presidential administration inevitably resorts to a variety of strategies.
Discutant: Adrien Esteve, Sciences Po - CERI
Responsables scientifiques : Frédéric Ramel, Professeur des universités en Science politique, Directeur du Département de Science politique Sciences Po - CERI, Ariel Colonomos, Directeur de recherche CNRS, Sciences Po - CERIThe End of American Grand Strategy: is Donald Trump so different from his predecessors? 26/04
Revue "Politique africaine", 2017/4 (n° 148)Daniel Sabbagh et Maud Simonet (dir.)
Vol. 4, No. 2-3 (2017)
La politique étrangère. Approches disciplinaires (Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2018, 344 p.)Christian Lequesne et Hugo Meijer (dir.)Ilvo Diamanti et Marc Lazar
Pauline Brucker et al. (dir.)
Diversity and Contestations over Nationalism in Europe and Canada (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, 431 p.)John Erik Fossum, Riva Kastoryano, Birte Siim (dir.)
The European powers and the Sahel-Maghreb Crisis (Danish Institute for International Studies, 2018, 64 p.)Rasmus Alenius Boserup et Luis Martinez