Étiqueté : histoire

Rohingya identity and the limits to history

Rohingya identity and the limits to history by Jonathan Saha, 17/09/2017, New Mandala Public discussions around Rohingya people currently fleeing violence in Rakhine state, Myanmar, have often involved arguments about history. While critical historical analysis is useful in offering insights into conflicts, History—if treated as a single, knowable past—is not. This is especially true when dealing with ethnicity. Whatever the past was, no amount of historical research can justify the current violence against Rohingya people. The debate around Rohingya ethnicity lacks awareness of wider … Continuer la lecture de Rohingya identity and the limits to history

Center for Patani Studies

Center for Patani Studies : Resources for the Study of Patani’s History, Culture, and Society by Francis Bradley This is an internet center for the study of Patani’s history, culture, and society with a focus on the period prior to its formal inclusion into Siam/Thailand in 1909. Founded in July 2013 by Francis R. Bradley, assistant professor of history in the department of social sciences and cultural studies at the Pratt Institute, the project aims to create a meeting place for people with a … Continuer la lecture de Center for Patani Studies

Banda : Heritage for Indonesia

« Banda : Heritage for Indonesia : a seminar and an exhibition about Banda, nutmeg and the treaty of Breda 1667-2017 », 31/07/2017 – 31/08/2017, Erasmus Huis, Jakarta 2017 marks the 350th anniversary of the Treaty of Breda. This Treaty, named after the Dutch city where it was signed on 31 July 1667, ended the Second Anglo-Dutch war (1665–1667) during which England and the Netherlands had fought over maritime hegemony and world trade. Through signing the Treaty of Breda, the Dutch accepted English rule … Continuer la lecture de Banda : Heritage for Indonesia

Alcohol on pre-Islamic Java (800-1500 CE): Cultural, social and ritual uses of an ‘unholy’ brew

Alcohol on pre-Islamic Java (800-1500 CE): Cultural, social and ritual uses of an ‘unholy’ brew by Jirí Jákl, IIAS Lunch Lecture In this lecture, Jirí Jákl will discuss five selected themes pertaining to the use of alcohol in Java, Indonesia, before 1500 CE. Each theme reflects one of the five chapters of his book project on a sociocultural history of alcohol and its use in pre-Islamic Java, studied in comparative perspective with the discourse on alcohol in medieval India. Alcohol is extremely controversial in contemporary, … Continuer la lecture de Alcohol on pre-Islamic Java (800-1500 CE): Cultural, social and ritual uses of an ‘unholy’ brew

[Parution] Danse et morale, une approche généalogique

Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer la parution d’European Drama and Performance Studies, revue dirigée par Sabine Chaouche, 2017 – 1, no 8 : Danse et morale, une approche généalogique Sous la direction de Marie Glon et Juan Ignacio Vallejos Contributeurs : Alessandro Arcangeli, Adrien Belgrano, Esteban Buch, Elizabeth Claire, Laura Di Spurio, Kathryn Dickason, Arianna Fabbricatore, Marie Glon, Bénédicte Jarrasse, Marina Nordera, Alain Quillévéré, Marianne Ruel Robins, Annie Suquet et Juan Ignacio Vallejos. Source et lien vers l’éditeur Table des matières