Training School “Late Medieval and Early Modern Migration Routes an Identity Spaces in the Mediterranean”, Tunis, 15-17 June 2022  — LIMITE : 15/04/2022

Deadline: 15th April 2022
Date: 15th-17th June 2022
Place: Tunis (Tunisia)

Scientific Coordinators: Houssem Eddine Chachia, Gerard Wiegers, Luis Bernabé Pons, Emir O. Filipović, Borja Franco, Antonio Urquízar Herrera and Neila Saadi

Abstract: Over the past decades, there has been a growing interest among scholars in analysing the early modern migration routes and identity spaces in the Mediterranean. The Sephardic and Morisco diasporas are a typical example to study the forced movement of persons, but also of ideas and expertise. The aim of this training school is to discuss those issues from different and complementary perspectives, including social, cultural history, but also heritage and architecture, and to question the integrations of those religious and cultural minorities into Early Modern North African societies: the difficulties of their social assimilation, how their identities developed in this context, their contribution to the development of host societies, etc. Field visits and on-site discussions in Medina of Tunis and Testour will be complemented with conferences and debate sessions, focused on the students’ personal research. The overarching goal is to create a space of debate and exchange among junior and senior scholars, as well as to promote a network of scholars of early modern migration and identities that will bring new perspectives into the field. Students will be asked to prepare one small introduction to a specific monument that will be discussed on those visits, and to make a brief presentation of their own case studies, with a specific focus on problems of research and methodologies, in one of the three panels specified below. The training school is part of the COST-Action “Islamic Legacy: East, West, North South of the Mediterranean (1350-1750)”.

Deadline and details: Students interested to participate in this training school are invited to submit their cover letters and CVs to Dr. Houssem Eddine Chachia (h.chachia[at]fshst.rnu.tn), Dr. Elena Paulino Montero (epaulino[at]geo.uned.es) and Dr. Emir O. Filipović (filipovic[at]europe.com) before 15th April 2022. In addition to the specific standards established by COST Association regarding COVID-19 pandemic, participants in the Training School must also consider the measures adopted by local or national authorities in Tunis.  

More information: here



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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (2022, 1 avril). Training School “Late Medieval and Early Modern Migration Routes an Identity Spaces in the Mediterranean”, Tunis, 15-17 June 2022  — LIMITE : 15/04/2022. IISMM. Consulté le 23 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/q27w

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