"Israel/Palästina: Konflikt der Kulturen?"

29. Juni 2003, 17:58
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Programmübersicht

Montag, 30. Juni Whose Holy Land?

Moderation: John Borneman, Anthropology Department, Princeton University, New Jersey

9.30 - ­10.30 Yoram Bilu, Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem The Centers Out There: The Sanctification of Space in Israel's Urban Periphery

11.00 - ­12.00 Basem Raad, English Department, Al-Quds University, Jerusalem Sanctification of Sites and Their Political Use

Moderation: Matti Bunzl, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

14.00 - ­15.00 Uri Ram, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Ben Gurion University Beer Sheva Clash of Civilizations? ­ Thinking About the Global and the Local in Israel/Palestine

15.30 - ­16.30 Elias Zeidan, Center for the Study of Voluntary Organizations and Service, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University, Washington, DC The Right to a 'Place in the Heart': The Case of Palestian-Arabs in Israel

17.00 - ­18.00 Tamara Neuman, Department of Anthropology, Reed College, Portland, Oregon Maternal 'Anti-Politics' in the Establishment of Hebron's Jewish Enclave

Dienstag, 1. Juli State, Land & Religion

Moderation: Miriam Benchetrit, The Minerva Center for Human Rights, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

9.30 - ­10.30 Thomas Schmidinger, Institut für Politikwissenschaften, Universität Wien Importing the 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion': Anti-Semitism in Arab and Muslim Societies

11.00 - ­12.00 Sari Hanafi, Sociologist, Director, Palestinian Diaspora and Refugee Centre, Shaml, Ramallah Attitudes towards the Intifada: A Comparison Between Palestinian and Jewish Diasporas

Moderation: John Bunzl, Österreichisches Institut für Internationale Politik, Wien

14.00 - ­15.00 Petra Schirnhofer, Institut für Politikwissenschaften, Universität Wien Between Paris and Jerusalem: Repercussions of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict on French Domestic Politics

15.30 - ­16.30 Avishai Ehrlich, Department of Social Science, Tel Aviv University & Academic College of Tel Aviv-Jaffa Hegemonic Discourses in Israel: From Secularism to Religious Nationalism

Mittwoch, 2. Juli Culture & Memory

Moderation: Eleonore Lappin, Institut für Geschichte der Juden in Österreich, St. Pölten

9.30 - ­10.30 Frank Stern, Center for German Studies, Ben Gurion University Beer-Sheva and Film Department, Sapir College, Sederot Images of the Cultural Other: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Film

11.00 - ­12.00 Ted Swedenburg, Department of Anthropology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas Palestine/Israel, Anti-Normalization, and the Revival of Arab-Jewish Music in the Arab World

Moderation: Jason Ritchie, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

14.00 - ­15.00 Rebecca Stein, Department of Cultural Anthropology, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Traveling Nation: Israel and the Cultural Politics of Tourism

15.30 - ­16.30 Miriam Benchetrit, The Minerva Center for Human Rights, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem The History of Memory: Shaping Holocaust Remembrance in Israeli Politics

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