Colloque : « Preventing Terrorism in Europe: Aspects, Effects, Critique » — Sciences Po-CERI, Paris, 25/10/2013

Vendredi 25 octobre | 9h15

9.15 – 9.30 Introduction : Francesco Ragazzi, University of Leiden and CERI-Sciences Po

9.30 – 11.15 Expertise and the Emergence of the Radicalisation Discourse

Chair & Discussant: Laurent Bonnefoy, CERI-Sciences Po

Expertise and the Invention and Interventions of ‘Radicalisation’
Stephanie Simon, University of Amsterdam
Inventing Expertise: Producing the ‘Radicalisation’ Discourse and the UK PREVENT Strategy
Charlotte Heath-Kelly, University of Warwick
The Emperor’s New Words: Discourses of Radicalisation
Akil Awan, Royal Holloway, University of London
Five Accounts of the “Making of a Terrorist”: a Micro-Political Sociology of EU Experts On Radicalization
Francesco Ragazzi, University of Leiden and CERI-Sciences Po

11.15 – 11.30 Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.15 Categories of Danger: Populations at Risk / Risky Populations

Chair & Discussant: François Bonnet, CNRS – Pacte

Enacting the Unenactable: the local state and Britain’s Prevent programme
Paul Thomas, University of Huddersfield
PREVENT outside the UK. Comparing the cases of Amsterdam, Berlin, Antwerp and Paris
Floris Vermeulen, University of Amsterdam
What the fight against “radicalism” represents for the French authorities: the examples of radical Islam
Bernard Godard, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
Contextualising CONTEST through Counterinsurgency
Rizwan Sabir, University of Bath

14.45 – 16.15 Interactions and Effects of Counter-radicalisation

Chair & Discussant: Riva Kastoryano, CNRS/CERI-Sciences Po

The French Antiterrorist Assemblage and the Struggle against Radicalization
Laurent Bonelli, Université Paris X – Nanterre
Disconnected Citizenship? The Impacts of Anti-terrorism Policy on Citizenship in the UK
Lee Jarvis, University of Swansea
Negotiating British Muslim Identity in the shadow of UK counter-radicalisation policies
Tufyal Choudhury, University of Durham

16.15 – 16.30 Coffee Break

16.30 – 18.00 Governmentalities of Radicalisation

Chair & Discussant: Didier Bigo, CERI-Sciences Po and Kings College

Refocusing Danish Counter-radicalisation Efforts: Zooming in on the (Problematic) Logic and Practice of Individual De-radicalisation Interventions
Lasse Lindekilde, University of Aarhus, Denmark
‘Why Should We Have to Prove We’re Alright?’: Counter-terrorism, Risk and Partial Securities
Gabe Mythen, University of Liverpool, UK
Governing Radical Spaces: the Reformation of Britain’s mosques
Nayda Ali, University of Reading, UK

Academic Coordinator: Francesco Ragazzi, University of Leiden and CERI-Sciences Po

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