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Identity Religion and Ethnicity : New Patterns, Realities and Pitfalls (29 novembre-1er décembre 2012)

samedi 25 août 2012

Colloque organisé à Istanbul (Turquie) par KULeuven Gülen Chair for Intercultural Studies (GCIS), Intercultural Dialogue Platform (IDP) and Department of Sociology (Suleyman Sah University, Istanbul)

Appel à communication jusqu’au 3 septembre 2012

Extrait de la présentation en ligne :

"Identity, Religion and Ethnicity are three terms interrelated and become all important issues in the European Union and its neighbourhood. The socio-economic transformations of societies resulting from immigration and emigration of people, mindsets, symbols are forcing the change on identity and citizenship relations. Today, a high degree of human mobility, telecommunications have contributed to the new understanding of citizenship as a mode of identity in relation to national identity, ethnicity, religion and social movements. Belonging to an ethnic-religious group and consequent features are increasingly either blurred or strengthened in the new national and international contexts. The motivations and modes of belonging and identifying are much more diverse. It is therefore useful to explore relatively new patterns of the interactions between religion, identity and ethnicity issues.

Topics of Workshops

The workshop will be organized around three central themes.
Ethnicity and ethno-nationalism
- Multiple language policies and education
- Racism and nationalism
- Immigration, Assimilation and National History

Religion and ethnic identities
- Religious Minority and Identity
- Immigration and Religion

Politics and Ethnicity
- Identity policies and Citizenship
- Citizenship and Nation state
- Multiculturalism and ethnic relations."

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