Kategorie: De-Framing the Mediterranean

La Méditerranée – une surface ouverte à toutes les projections

L’historienne Leyla Dakhli (CNRS/ Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin), responsable de l’université d’été „De-Framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century“ à Réthymnon (Crète), explique dans le magazine culturel français „Télérama“ l’évolution dans le temps de la notion de la Méditerranée. Elle...

“Everything has been said about the Mediterranean”

Introductory remarks to the Transregional Academy “De-Framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century”, 19–29 September 2016, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Rethymno (Crete). by Leyla Dakhli As an introduction to the Transregional Academy “De-framing the Mediterranean from the 21st Century”, my objective is...

Readings of 19th-Century Renaissances: Nahda and Risorgimento Around and Across the Mediterranean

By Georges Khalil In the presentation of her project “Making the Nahda and the Risorgimento in 19th Century Italy and Egypt” Elisabetta Benigni, Assistant Professor of Arabic Literature at Turin University, scetched the intellectual trajectories of translators and intellectuals from...

Knut Graw: Phenomenologies of Passage

Phenomologies of Passage: African Migratory Trajectories in the Eastern Mediterranean The research project ‘Phenomenologies of Passage: African Migratory Trajectories in the Eastern Mediterranean’ (2015-2018) envisages ethnographic research with African migrants in the Eastern Mediterranean (esp. Greece, Turkey and Italy), as...