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Démocratie : histoire, combats, critiques. 3e table ronde : La démocratie, ses démons et ses ennemis

Ouverture de la journée d’étudespar Olivier Remaud, maître de conférences à l’EHESS, directeur du CESPRA Présentation de la journée d’études par Sylvie Mesure, directrice de recherche au CNRS (GEMASS), et Perrine Simon-Nahum, directrice de recherche au CNRS (CESPRA). 1ère table ronde : Raymond Aron avant Démocratie et totalitarisme Président de séance: Olivier Remaud (EHESS - CESPRA) Vincent Duclert, membre du CESPRA : Les démocraties face à«l'ère des tyrannies» ...
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Religion, Culture and Nationalism in India

Sudhir CHANDRA is an historian. His main research topic is the formation of national indian consciousness in the XXe century. He has published in 2002 Continuing Dilemmas: Understanding Social Consciousness (New Delhi, Tulika Books). He is also the author of Enslaved Daughters: Colonialism, Law and Women's Right (New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997), The Oppressive Present: Literature and Social Consciousness in Colonial India (New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1992) and Dependence and Disillusionment: Emergence of National Consciousness in Later Nineteenth Century India (New Delhi, Manas, 1975).
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Chinese – African Figures of inbetweeness

The Chinese-African encounter – a source of creativity, adaptation, but also of disorder – is transforming African societies. Whether talking about the Chinese present in Africa, or Africans travelling in China, we come up against difficulties of classification, or even status, given the multiplicity of trajectories and activities. One of the first difficulties stems from the propensity to talk about “Africans” and “Chinese”, as if dealing with homogeneous groups. Another concerns the tendency to talk about “migrants” when looking at mobilities whose duration, objectives, and criteria of investment significantly surpass habitual connotations surrounding migration/migrants in academic research, causing considerable confusion ...
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