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Giunta

Andrea Giunta is an Art historian and curator specialized in Latin American and Contemporary Art, she received her Ph.D. from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she is Professor of Latin American and Contemporary Art. She is also...

“Conversion” Religions and Multi-Religious Entanglements in South Asia (8th to 19th c.): Contexts and Perspectives

Religious conversion and coexistence are concepts at the forefront of contemporary political debates in the subcontinent. Political actors are currently mostly busy wielding distinctions such as indigenous vs. foreign and playing a dangerous game of...

Social Exclusion, Body, and Movement : Yoseba Day Laborers in Postwar Japan

ConferenceJieun KIM (University of Leeds)11 April 2019In postwar Japan, certain districts in major cities have been administered separately as day laborers’ enclaves. Known as yoseba today, these enclaves have served to contain day...

Ciancio

Luca Ciancio is Associate Professor of History of Science at the University of Verona (Italy). His academic training took place in Bologna and Florence Universities (1982-90), at the Wellcome Institute (London 1990-91) and Dibner Institute (Boston...

Diversity of Asian Capitalisms: An Islamic Pattern

This international workshop is held in the framework of the PSL IRIS-Etudes Globales project “Global Islamic Market: Asian Perspectives on Diversity of Capitalism”.Elaborated on the principle of the genuine logic for “equity” instead of indebtedness...

Diversity of Asian Capitalisms: An Islamic Pattern

This international workshop is held in the framework of the PSL IRIS-Etudes Globales project “Global Islamic Market: Asian Perspectives on Diversity of Capitalism”.Elaborated on the principle of the genuine logic for “equity” instead of indebtedness...

Sketch, Schema, and Aesthetics

Publication of « Sketch, Schema, and Aesthetics », edited by Yolaine Escande and Johanna Liu, a special issue of journal Universitas : monthly Review on Philosophy and Culture,  n° 534, November 2018 (in English and Chinese). With articles from...

Sketch, Schema, and Aesthetics

Publication of « Sketch, Schema, and Aesthetics », edited by Yolaine Escande and Johanna Liu, a special issue of journal Universitas : monthly Review on Philosophy and Culture,  n° 534, November 2018 (in English and Chinese). With articles from...

ENIS Spring School 2019

© Spoonism-Courtesy of Pascal Hachem and Federica Schiavo Gallery Patronage and Clientelism in the Muslim WorldThe ENIS Spring School 2019 takes place from Monday March 18th to Friday March 22nd 2019 in Granada, Spain. ThemeThe umma is the...

Mondragon

Carlos Mondragón is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Centro de Estudios de Asia y África in El Colegio de México. His first degree was a BA in History, awarded in 1996 by the National University of Mexico, but he went on to develop a...

Forms and institutions of justice

The articles forming the present volume aim to contribute to the rich and evolving historiography on the multiplicity of the actors and the institutions of Ottoman legal system. As the title of the volume suggests, “forms” and “institutions” of...

Cinema, Nation, and Empire in Uzbekistan, 1919-1937

Between the founding of Soviet Uzbekistan in 1924 and the Stalinist Terror of the late 1930s, a nationalist cinema emerged in Uzbekistan giving rise to the first wave of national film production and an Uzbek cinematographic elite. In Cinema, Nation...