Les déportations – atelier interdisciplinaire, Fondation Hugot du Collège de France

Le 1er et 2 Février s‘est tenu à la Fondation Hugot du Collège de France un atelier interdisciplinaire, organisé par Ido Koch (Université de Tel Aviv) et Thomas Römer (Collège de France Paris et Université de Lausanne).

Voici le programme :

Vendredi 1er Février
10:00 Introduction: Why Should we compare Deportations? Ido Koch (Tel Aviv University) and Thomas Römer (Collège de France)
10:45 Population Relocation in the “Inca” and Assyrian Empires: Imperial Ideology and the Question of Identity. Viviana R. Moscovich (Tel Aviv University)

12:00 The Resettled Population of the Inca State: Comparative Evidence in Historical and Archaeological Records. Martti Pärssinen (University of Helsinki)
12:45 On the Nature(s) of Tiwanaku Colonisation. Antti Korpisaari (University of Helsinki)

15:00 A Requiem for ‘Mass’: Disarticulating Mass Displacements into Various Experiences of Migration. Casey A. Strine (University of Sheffield)
15:45 During the Displacement: Life, Death, Health and Psychological Conditions of Migrants. Laura Battini (Collège de France)

17:00 Deportation of Craftsmen and Importation of Know-How: The Case of Potters in Neo-Assyrian Levantine Provinces Through a Ceramological Lens. Liora Bouzaglou (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Tel Aviv University)
17:45 From Expelled Refugee to Imperial Envoy: Assyria’s Deportation Policy in Light of the Archaeological Evidence from Tel Dan. Yifat Thareani (Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology, Hebrew Union College)

Samedi 2 Février
8:45 Gathering
9:00 Egyptian Late Bronze Age Deportation Policies: Gateway to Global Comparative Deportation Studies. Christian Langer (Freie Universität Berlin)
9:45 Forced Population Displacements before Assyrian Imperialism, Occurrences, Similarities and Visibilities . Christophe Nicolle (Collège de France – CNRS)

11:00 The Concept of Deportation seen by the Assyrians. Lionel Marti (Collège de France)
11:45 Achaemenid Deportations: Greek Perspectives, Persian Realities. Marc Mendoza (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

14:00 Deportation and Its Alternatives in the Roman Empire. Greg Woolf (Institute of Classical Studies, London)
14:45 The Targets of Deportation Policy of Iranian king Šāpūr II (309-379). Katarzyna Maksymiuk (University of Natural Sciences and Humanities in Siedlce)

16:00 The Social Identity of the Egyptian Diaspora in the Late Period and its Relation to the Joseph Story. Shirly Ben-Dor Evian (Israel Museum, Jerusalem)
16:45 Utopian Mass Return as a Response to Historical Mass Deportation: Zechariah 10 in Its Early- Hellenistic Context. Hervé Gonzalez (Collège de France)

Laura Battini

Chargé de Recherche au CNRS (UMR 7192 – PROCLAC, Paris), spécialiste d’architecture et d’iconologie syro-mésopotamienne

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