Colloque “The Iraqi Kurdistan And The Kurdish Issue In Near Eastern Politics. New Dynamics And Challenges” — CERI, Paris, 22/11/2013

In partnership with :

  • Sciences Po-CERI, Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in France
  • University of Kurdistan Hewler
  • Aix-Marseille Université – CERIC (UMR 7318)

CERI-56 rue Jacob, 75006 Paris / Salle de conférences / Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles

8h30-9h00. Registration of participants – Coffee

9h00-9h15. Welcome address

  • Luis Martinez, directeur de recherche, CERI-Sciences Po
  • Khaman Zrar Asaad, Representative of the Kurdistan Regional Government in France
  • Khaled Salih, Vice Chancellor of the University of Kurdistan Hewler

I. New political and social developments in Iraqi Kurdistan

  • Chair: Hamit Bozarslan, EHESS – CETOBAC

9h15-10h30. Political question about a “quasi-state”

  • Khaled Salih, University of Kurdistan Hewler
    Negotiating a federal state: the Kurdish experience in Iraq
  • Alex Danielovic, University of Kurdistan Hewler
    Iraqi federalism and the Kurds: learning to live together
  • Gareth Stanfield, University of Exeter
    Keeping options open: the oil and gas strategy of the Kurdistan Regional Government
  • Beriwan Khailany, KRG – Higher Education and Scientific Research
    KRG & higher education: strategy and future perspectives

10h30-10h45. Coffee break

10h45-12h00. Building an intellectual and social autonomy

  • Hardy Mohammed, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne – CESSP
    Processus de « parlementarisation » dans la région du Kurdistan d’Irak : 1992-2012
  • Nazand Begikhani & Gill Hague, University of Bristol
    Violence against women: experiences and counter strategies in Kurdistan Region
  • Amanj Saeed, KRG – Higher Education and Scientific Research
    Human capacity development in post-conflict countries: KRG experience as example
  • Najat Abdullah, KRG – Culture and Community Affairs
    Ecrire et enseigner l’histoire au Kurdistan d’Irak

12h-12h30. Discussion

Discussant: Laurence Louër, CERI-Sciences Po

12h30-14h00. Lunch

II. Regional Kurdish Dynamics

  • Chair: Olivier Grojean, Aix-Marseille Université – CERIC

14h00-15h15. National issues and transboundary effects

  • Said Shamsaddin, Soran University
    National identity and Islamist moral majority: the dynamics of Kurdish struggle in Iran
  • Merve Özdemirkıran, Sciences Po-CERI
    Suivre le pas du commerce de Khabur vers Ibrahim Khalil : dans la file d’attente des relations turco-kurdes
  • Clémence Scalbert-Yücel, University of Exeter
    Un champ culturel transfrontalier ? Echanges et liens entre Kurdistan turc et irakien
  • Michael Leezenberg, University of Amsterdam
    Civil society in Kurdistan: divergence, convergence, challenges

15h15-15h30. Coffee break

15h30-16h45. Contemporary Kurdish Conflicts

  • Olivier Grojean, Aix-Marseille Université – CERIC
    Un champ d’action régionalisé ? Le PKK et ses organisations sœurs au Moyen-Orient
  • Gilles Dorronsoro & Yohanan Benhaim, Université Paris 1–Panthéon Sorbonne – CESSP
    Le point de vue d’Ankara sur les conflits kurdes
  • Jordi Tejel, Graduate Institute of Geneva
    Le nationalisme kurde à l’épreuve des révoltes arabes: le cas syrien
  • Joseph Bahout, Sciences Po-CERI
    La crise syrienne, un conflit régional aussi

16h45-17h15. Discussion

 

  • Discussant: Alain Dieckhoff, CNRS/CERI-Sciences Po

17h15-17h30. Concluding remarks

  • Nazand Begikhani, Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol

Le colloque se déroulera en anglais et en français; traduction assurée.

Scientific and organizing Committee : Nazand Begikhani (University of Bristol), Hamit Bozarslan (EHESS – CETOBAC, Paris), Olivier Grojean (Aix-Marseille Université – CERIC), Akil Marceau (KRG, Paris), Luis Martinez (Sciences Po – CERI)

 


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