Paul Tabar, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Institute for Migration Studies at the Libanese American University (LAU) — 19/05-06/06/2016

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Biographie

Paul Tabar is the director of the Institute for Migration Studies and a Professor in Sociology/Anthropology at the Lebanese American University, Beirut campus. He is the author of Arab Communities in Australia (Arab Centre for Arab Unity Studies, 2013) and the co-author of On Being Lebanese in Australia: Identity, Racism and the Ethnic Field (Institute for Migration Studies, LAU, 2010), Bin Laden in the Suburbs: Criminalising the Arab Other (Institute of Criminology, 2004) and Kebabs, Kids, Cops and Crime: Youth, Ethnicity and Crime (Pluto Australia, 2000). He is currently working on Lebanese diasporic communities and their diasporic public activities. He is also working jointly with Greg Noble on a book on migrant habitus focusing on Lebanese Australians as a case study. Dr. Tabar has published many articles on Lebanese and Arab migrants in international journals. He is the editor of a book series on Migrant Studies in collaboration with Professor Anton Escher (Johannes Guttenberg University in Mainz, Germany), and a member of the editorial board on Idafat the Arab Journal of Sociology.

Programme

Jeudi 19 mai 2016, 9h-18h

Learning to be Lebanese: fashioning an ethnicised habitus in multicultural Australia dans le cadre du séminaire « Frontières et Mouvements de la ville » de Michel Agier
EHESS-IISMM, salle M. & D. Lombard (RdC), 96 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris

Vendredi 3 juin 2016, 17h-19h

The Lebanese Diasporic Field: the Impact of Sending and Receiving States dans le cadre du séminaire « La question palestinienne : quelles comparaisons possibles ? » de Véronique Bontemps
EHESS-IISMM, salle de réunion (1er étage), 96 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris

Lundi 6 juin 2016, 17h-19h

Political Remittances: The Case of Lebanese Expatriates Voting in National Elections dans le cadre du séminaire « Sociétés urbaines méditerranéennes. Histoire et anthropologie » de Meropi Anastassiadou et Timour Muhidine
INALCO, salle 3.15 (3ème étage), 65 rue des Grands Moulins, 75013 Paris

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