Colloque : “With or Without Brothers. Domestic, Regional, and International Trends in Islamism (2013-2015)” — Paris, Sciences Po-CERI, ERC WAFAW, 29-30/11/2015

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Dans le cadre du projet ERC When Authoritarianism Fails in the Arab World

En partenariat avec l’IREMAM, l’IFPO, et l’Université d’Oslo

Thursday 29th of October, 2015

9:30-9:45 Opening address by Alain Dieckhoff, Sciences Po-CERI, CNRS

9:45-10:30 Keynote address by François Burgat, WAFAW, IREMAM

From Ghannouchi to al-Baghdadi: The ubiquitous diversity of the Islamic lexicon

Panel 1: Linking political exclusion to violence?

10:30-13:15

Chair: Loulouwa Al-Rachid, WAFAW, Sciences Po-CERI

  • Sari Hanafi, WAFAW, American University of Beirut
    Transnational movement of Islamic reform: New configurations
  • Bjorn Olav Utvik, Oslo University
    Myths of Ikhwan disaster: Anatomy of the 2011-1013 power struggle in Egypt
  • Amal-Fatiha Abbassi, IREMAM, Sciences Po Aix
    The Muslim Brotherhood and political disengagement. The consequences of an authoritarian situation
     

11:45-12:00 Coffee break

  • Monica Marks, WAFAW, Oxford University
    Survivalist club or dynamic movement? Generational politics in Ennahda today
  • Joas Wagemakers, Utrecht University
    With or without the others: Consolidating divisions within the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood (2013-2015)
  • Amel Boubekeur, SWP, Berlin
    Algerian Islamists and Salafis after the Arab Spring: Eroding or reloading the regime?

Panel 2: A Resilient Muslim Brotherhood?

14:30-16:45

Chair: Stéphane Lacroix, WAFAW, CERI-Sciences Po

  • Rory McCarthy, Oxford University
    When Islamists lose an election
  • Marc Lynch, George Washington University
    Evolving transnational networks and media strategies of the Muslim Brotherhood
  • Marie Vannetzel, WAFAW, CURAPP
    #R4bia: The dynamics of the pro-Mursi mobilizations in Turkey
  • Dilek Yankaya, WAFAW, IREMAM
    A “transnational Islamic business network”? Rethinking the connections between Turkish, Egyptian and Tunisian “Islamic businessmen” after the Arab Springs

16:45-17:00 Coffee break

17:00-17:45 Open discussion on contemporary Muslim Brotherhood dynamics

Friday 30th of October, 2015

Panel 3: The Iraqi/Syrian matrix of violence

9:30-11:30

Chair: Bjorn Olav Utvik, Oslo University

  • Loulouwa Al-Rachid, WAFAW, CERI-Sciences Po
    The Disarray of Iraqi Sunnis
  • Truls Tonnesen, FFI, Oslo
    The Iraqi origins of the “Islamic State”
  • Yahya Michot, Hartford Seminary
    Ibn Taymiyya in ‘Dabiq’
  • Thomas Pierret, Edinburgh University
    Farewell to the vanguard: Syria’s Ahrar al-Sham Islamic movement and wartime de-radicalisation
  • Tine Gade, Oslo University
    Sunnism in Lebanon after the Syrian war

11:30-11:45 Coffee break

Panel 4: Al-Qaeda vs. the Islamic State

11:45-13:30

Chair: François Burgat, WAFAW, IREMAM

  • Hasan Abu Hanieh, Independent researcher
    New Jihadism: From harassment to empowerment (In Arabic)
  • Brynjar Lia, Oslo University
    The jihadi movement and rebel governance: A reassertion of a patriarchal order?
  • Saud al-Sarhan, King Faysal Foundation, Saudi Arabia
    The Islamic State (IS) in Saudi Arabia
  • Abdulsalam al-Rubaidi, Al-Baidha University
    Ansar al-Sharia in South Yemen: configuration, expansion and discourse (In Arabic)
  • Ismail Alexandrani, Independent researcher
    Sinai with and without the Brothers: did it matter?

Panel 5: Muslim Brothers and their Islamist competitors

14:30-16:45

Chair: Sari Hanafi, WAFAW, American University of Beirut

  • Muhammad Abu Rumman, Jordanian University
    Dilemmas in Salafi dynamics in the wake of the Arab democratic revolutions (In Arabic)
  • Stéphane Lacroix, WAFAW, CERI-Sciences Po
    Being Salafi under Sisi: Examining the post-coup strategy of the al-Nour party
  • Ahmed Zaghlul, CEDEJ, Cairo
    The nationalization of the religious sphere in Egypt (In Arabic)
  • Myriam Benraad, IREMAM
    Iraqi Muslim Brothers: Between the Islamic State and a hard place
  • Nicolas Dot-Pouillard, WAFAW, IFPO
    Hizbullah and Muslims Brothers: A political rupture or a contract renegotiation?
  • Laurent Bonnefoy, WAFAW, Sciences Po-CERI, CNRS)
    Islahis, Salafis, Huthis: reconfigurations of the Islamist field in war torn Yemen

16:45-17:00 Coffee break

17:00-18:00 Concluding remarks and discussion with François Burgat (WAFAW, IREMAM) and Bernard Rougier (Paris III University).

Conference in English and Arabic (with translation)

Responsables scientifiques

  • Laurent Bonnefoy (Sciences Po-CERI, CNRS)
  • Stéphane Lacroix (Sciences Po-CERI)
  • François Burgat (IREMAM)
  • Bjorn Olav Utvik (Oslo University)

Lieu

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