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Giovedì 17 marzo / Thursday, March 17th

 

8.00 – 9.00 Registrazione / registration

 

9.00 – 9.30 Apertura del convegno / Opening addresses

 

prof. Giacomo Pignataro, Magnifico Rettore dell’Università di Catania

prof. Giancarlo Magnano San Lio, Direttore del Dipartimento di Scienze Umanistiche

prof. Giuseppe Barone, Direttore del Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali

prof.ssa Mirella Cassarino, Comitato Organizzativo del XIII Convegno SeSaMO

 

9.30 – 10.30

Lectio Magistralis / Keynote speech by Prof. Gregory Gause, III:

“The New Middle East Cold War and the Future of the Arab State”, introduced by Prof. Matteo Legrenzi – Auditorium G. De Carlo

 

PANEL SESSION A

Orario / Time: 11.00 – 13.00

Luogo / Venue: DISUM – Piazza Dante 32

 

AUDITORIUM GIANCARLO DE CARLO
Panel 1 – Troubled Borders and New Orders: The Impact of Altered Border Dynamics on the International Relations of the MENA Region, director: Raffaella A. Del Sarto, European University Institute/Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe
CORO DI NOTTE
Panel 2 – From Protests to Elections: The Aftermath of the 2013 Protests in Turkey, directors: Isabel David, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon; Kumru F. Toktamis, Department of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
AULA 254
Panel 4 – Migration and the Making of National Identity in Modern and Contemporary Egypt, directors: Francesca Biancani, Università di Bologna; Giuseppe Acconcia, Goldsmiths, University of London 
AULA A8
Panel 6 – The Arab Spring and the Arab Christian Diaspora in Europe, directors: Alessia Melcangi, Università di Catania; Georges Fahmi, Carnegie Middle East Center 
AULA A9
Panel 7 – Across Borders: Patterns of Mobility from and to Europe, directors: Pina Sodano, Università di Roma Tre; Maria do Céu Pinto Arena, University of Minho, Braga; Francesco Antonelli, Università di Roma Tre 

 

 

13.00 – 14.00

Assemblea dei soci di SeSaMO – SeSaMO Business Meeting

 

 

PANEL SESSION B

Orario / Time: 14.00 – 16.00

Luogo / Venue: DISUM – Piazza Dante 32

 

AUDITORIUM GIANCARLO DE CARLO
Panel 8 – Faces of Displacements. Constructions of the Self and Discourses about Refugeeness Across the Mediterranean Region, directors: Veronica Ferreri, SOAS; Magdalena Suerbaum, SOAS
CORO DI NOTTE
Panel 9 – Narrare le migrazioni – Sessione I, directors: Mirella Cassarino, Università di Catania; Monica Ruocco, Università di Napoli l’“Orientale”
AULA 252
Panel 11 – Mediterraneo allo specchio: migrazioni verso sud tra passato e presente, directors: Salvatore Speziale, Università di Messina; Michele Brondino, Direttore Association Sciences, Education et Culture en Méditerranée (Secum)
AULA 254
Panel 3 – Middle Eastern and North African Migrants in Postcolonial Europe: Ethnicity, Nationhood and Memory, 1950s to Today, directors: Dario Miccoli, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice; Jozefien de Bock, Ghent University
AULA A7
Panel 12 – The Sahara-Sahel Region: A context in conflict, with Special Reference to Western Sahara, directors: Raquel Ojeda García. University of Granada; Victoria Veguilla del Moral. University Pablo de Olavide
AULA A8
Panel 13 – Syrians and Policies On the Move: Middle East to Europe, directors: Tuba Bircan, HIVA – KULeuven; Ulaş Sunata, BAUMUS – Bahçeşehir University 

 

 

PANEL SESSION C

Orario / Time: 16.30 – 18.45

Luogo / Venue: DISUM – Piazza Dante 32

 

AUDITORIUM GIANCARLO DE CARLO
Panel 14 – Bodies, Discourses and Geographies: Mediterranean Migrations in Postcolonial Perspectives, directors: Gabriele Proglio, European University Institute and University of Tunis; Chiara Giubilaro, University of Milano Bicocca
CORO DI NOTTE
Panel 10 – Narrare le migrazioni: sentimenti, spazi e tempi della dislocazione nelle letterature arabo-islamiche – sessione II, directors: Mirella Cassarino, Università di Catania; Monica Ruocco, Università di Napoli l’ “Orientale”
AULA 252
Panel 15 – In-Between Borders: Buffer Zones, Safe Zones, No Man’s Land, directors: Daniel Meier, CNRS Grenoble, France; Rosita Di Peri, University of Torino
AULA 254
Panel 16 – Time of Conflicts / Time Of Migration: Reflections on the Categories and Genealogy of Migration in the Middle East, directors: Luigi Achilli, European University Institute; Norig Neveu, Ifpo 
AULA A7
Panel 17 – Beyond the Disaster Discourse: Redrawing Borders of “Us” vs. “Them” in the Migration Debate, directors: Lucia Volk, San Francisco State University; Khaldun Bshara, Riwaq, Ramallah
AULA A8
Panel 18 – Politics of Civil War and Humanitarian Response along the Turkish-Syrian Border, directors: Murat Çemrek, Necmettin Erbakan University; Hüsrev Tabak, Recep Tayyip Erdogan University
AULA A9
Panel 19 – The real and Imagined Female Exilic Self in Persian Narratives, directors: Manijeh Mannani, Athabasca University; Khatereh Sheibani, York University

 

 

Venerdì 18 marzo / Friday, March 18th

 

PANEL SESSION D

Orario: 9.00 – 10.45

Luogo / Venue: DISUM – Piazza Dante 32

 

AUDITORIUM GIANCARLO DE CARLO
Panel 20 – International Private Law and Migration: From the Middle East and North Africa to Europe and Back, directors: Katherine Elizabeth Hoffman, Northwestern University; Maaike Voorhoeve, EUME Programme, Forum Transregionale Studien
CORO DI NOTTE
Panel 21 – Syria’s Alawites: from Domination to Survival?, directors: Leif Stenberg, Lund University; Matteo Legrenzi,  Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
AULA 252
Panel 22 – Frontières et mouvements de population au Maghreb à l’époque moderne et contemporaine – session I, directors: Federico Cresti, Università di Catania; Anna Maria Medici, Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo
AULA 254
Panel 24 – Border Changes Post-2011. Historical and Geographical Background, New and Future Challenges – session I, directors: Chiara Denaro, University of Rome/ Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Natalia Ribas-Mateos, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 
AULA A7
Panel 25 – The Invention of Migration: Discourses, Representations and Practices – session I, directors: Lorenzo Casini, University of Messina; Maria Grazia Sindoni, University of Messina

 

 

PANEL SESSION E

Orario / Time: 11.15 – 13.15

Luogo / Venue: DISUM – Piazza Dante 32

 

AUDITORIUM GIANCARLO DE CARLO
Panel 27 – Migration and Transnational Governance, directors: Laurie Brand, University of Southern California; Tamirace Fakhoury, Lebanese American University
CORO DI NOTTE
Panel 28 – Migrations across the Mediterranean: Popular Uprisings, Imperial Legacies, and the Right to Move, directors: Linda Herrera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Peter Mayo, University of Malta
AULA 252
Panel 23 – Frontières et mouvements de population au Maghreb à l’époque moderne et contemporaine – session II, directors: Federico Cresti, Università di Catania; Anna Maria Medici, Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo
AULA A7
Panel 26 – The Invention of Migration: Discourses, Representations and Practices – session II, directors: Lorenzo Casini, University of Messina; Maria Grazia Sindoni, University of Messina
AULA A8
Panel 29 – Revolutions and Wars in the 19th and 20th Century: Research, Politics, Ethic and Militancy in the Human and Social Sciences – session I, directors: Francesco Correale, CNRS/Univ. F. Rabelais, Tours; Gennaro Gervasio, British University in Egypt
AULA A9
Panel 31 – Migration in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries, directors: Gennaro Errichiello, Loughborough University; Neema Noori, University of West Georgia 

 

 

PANEL SESSION F

Orario / Time: 14.45 – 17.15

Luogo / Venue: DISUM – Piazza Dante 32

 

AUDITORIUM GIANCARLO DE CARLO
Panel 32 – Identità migratorie in Medio Oriente e in Europa, directors: Domenico Copertino, Università di Milano Bicocca; Paolo La Spisa, Università di Genova
CORO DI NOTTE
Panel 33 – Young People in North Africa and Middle East: Explorations within a Social and Moral Experience, directors: Jose Sanchez Garcia, University of Lleida; Francesco Vacchiano, University of Lisbon
AULA 252
Panel 34 – Migrant Protests and Political Mobilization in North Africa and the Mediterranean: Spaces, Infrastructures, and Embodied Experiences of Migrant Political Agency, directors: Cristina Brovia, University of Turin and Université Paris 1; Elisa Pascucci, University of Tampere; Marta Scaglioni, University of Milan Bicocca and University of Bayreuth
AULA 254
Panel 35 – Strategies for Forging Social Integration and Belonging among Refugees, Displaced, Migrants, and their Children in Diaspora, directors: Louise Cainkar, Marquette University; Abla Amawi, UNDP, Jordan 
AULA A7
Panel 36 – Transnationalism, Islam and Politics of Identity in the West-Mediterranean Area, directors: Ana Isabel Planet Contreras, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Paola Gandolfi, University of Bergamo
AULA A8
Panel 30 – Revolutions and Wars in the 19th and 20th Century: Research, Politics, Ethic and Militancy in the Human and Social Sciences – session II, directors: Francesco Correale, CNRS/Univ. F. Rabelais, Tours; Gennaro Gervasio, British University in Egypt 
AULA A9
Panel 37 – The Migrating Subject: Displacement, Self-Discovery and Nostalgia at the Core of Modern and Contemporary Arabic Novel and Autobiography, directors: Maria Elena Paniconi, University of Macerata; Martina Censi, Université de Liège 

 

 

17.45 – 18.45

Lectio Magistralis / Keynote speech by Prof. Laleh Khalili:

“War, Trade and Migration in the Making of Maritime Transport in the Arabian Peninsula”, introduced by Dr. Paola Rivetti – Auditorium G. De Carlo

 

 

20.30

GALA DINNER/CENA SOCIALE

Dimora De Mauro, Via Gesualdo Clementi, 5, 95124 Catania

 

 

Sabato 19 marzo / Saturday, March 19th

 

PANEL SESSION G

Orario / Time: 9.00 – 11.15

Luogo / Venue: DSPS – Via Vittorio Emanuele 49

 

AULA MAGNA (2nd floor)
Panel 38 – Manières de résister. Migration transnationale, contrainte institutionnelle, créativité sociale, directors: Catherine Delcroix, Université de Strasbourg, DYNAME; Christine Mussard,  Aix-Marseille Université, IREMAM
AULA I (3rd floor)
Panel 39 – Nuclear Politics in the Middle East: Origins, Transformations and Challenges, directors: Hassan Elbahtimy, King’s College London; Paolo Foradori, University of Trento
AULA F (3rd floor)
Panel 40 – Living-In-Between Laws: Towards a Transnational Model of Ius Migrandi, diectors: Adriana Di Stefano, University of Catania; Antonio Las Casas, University of Catania
AULA L (3rd floor)
Panel 41 – Transnational Social Spaces and Migratory Trajectories: A Comparative Approach, directors: Maurizio Ambrosini, University of Milan; Maurizio Avola, University of Catania 
MEETING ROOM (1st floor)
Panel 42 – The Art Salon in the Middle East: Migration of Institutional Patronage and its Challenges, directors: Nadia von Maltzahn, Orient-Institut Beirut; Monique Bellan, Orient-Institut Beirut; Nadia Radwan, University of Bern
AULA M (ground floor)
Panel 43 – Migrants, Movement and Human Security: A MENA/Mediterranean Crisis, directors: Kenneth Christie, Royal Roads University, Victoria; Marion Boulby, Trent University, Peterborough 

 

 

11.45 – 12.45

Lectio Magistralis / Keynote speech by Prof. Farhad Khosrokhavar:

“The New Middle Class Jihadists in Europe”, introduced by Prof. Daniela Melfa – Aula Magna

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