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Appel à communications, colloque international La fabrique locale de la frontière : regards comparatifs et interdisciplinaires, Nice, Avril 2018

Le laboratoire ERMES (UNS-UCA), en partenariat avec le CReSPo (Université Saint-Louis de Bruxelles) et le Laboratoire de Sociologie Visuelle (Université de Gênes) organise, les 26 et 27 avril 2018 à Nice, le colloque international La fabrique locale de la frontière : regards comparatifs et interdisciplinaires.

PROGRAMME :   fabriquelocale

Pour plus d’informations :

colloquefocale@gmail.com 

Photo @Jeanne Menjoulet,  "Shall we move forward or move back ? red or blue ?", Petite ceinture, Paris 17ème https://www.flickr.com/photos/jmenj/29884649681/in/photostream/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Shall we move forward or move back ?

 

 

 

Journée d’étude : Gestion des corps migrants, Corps aux frontières, corps enfermés, corps morts, MMSH, Aix/Provence, 3 avril 2018

Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l’homme, Aix-en-Provence

Mardi 3 avril 2018, 9h30-17h, salle PAF

 

Programme

9h30-10h Accueil et introduction générale

Journée organisée par Marie Bassi (École française de Rome) et Farida Souiah (AMU, CNRS, LAMES, LabexMed)

10h-12h30 Les corps à l’épreuve des frontières

* « Blessures de frontières : les épreuves du chemin pour le corps migrant »

Evelyne Ritaine (FNSP, Centre Émile Durkheim, France)

* « What is the “body” of the migrant? Biopolitical value through exploitation in the EU-Libyan migration deal »

Martina Tazzioli (Swansea University, Royaume-Uni)

* « Managing bodies in distress at sea. Governmental and non-governmental actors, policies and practices in the Central Mediterranean »

Paolo Cuttitta (Vrije Universiteit, Pays-Bas)

12h30-14h Pause déjeuner

14h-16h30  Identification, inhumation et commémoration des corps migrants

* « Des traces anonymes. Le traitement des morts aux frontières hispano-marocaines »

Carolina Kobelinsky (CNRS, LESC, France)

* « ‘Not in my cemetery’ : déni et relégation des corps de migrants morts à la frontière »

Laurence Pillant (CNRS, TELEMME, France)

* « Burying the victims of Europe’s border: migration and dignity in a Tunisian coastal town »

Valentina Zagaria (London School of Economics and Political Science, Royaume-Uni)

16h30-17h Conclusion générale

 

illustration @Jason deCaires Taylor, "Le radeau de Lampedusa" ("La zattera de Lampedusa"), installation sous-marine, île de Lanzarote, Espagne

 

Comprendre l’enjeu migratoire en Italie

Quelques lectures pour resituer l’enjeu migratoire dans le contexte des élections italiennes du 4 mars 2018

 

§   L’actualité : la question migratoire dans la campagne électorale :

Evelyne Ritaine, in :

https://www.nouveau-magazine-litteraire.com/idees/etranger-populiste-italie-liaisons-dangereuses

§  Comment s’est politiquement construite la question migratoire en Italie :

Ritaine  Evelyne : « L’Etranger et  le Populiste en Italie : liaisons dangereuses », in Ritaine Evelyne (dir.) : L’Europe du Sud face à l’immigration. Politique de l’Etranger, Paris, PUF, 2005, p. 29-70

PDF : etrangeretpopuliste

§  Comment se sont formées des représentations des immigrés en Italie :

Ritaine Evelyne, « Dramaturgie de l’intrusion migratoire : teatro all’italiana », in Martin D.-C. (dir.), L’identité en jeux. Pouvoirs, identifications, mobilisations, Paris, Karthala, 2010, p. 201-221

PDF : teatroallitaliana

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Affiche de CasaPound, 2014

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Illustration de tête : Torres-Puy, Sur la route de Perpignan, 2012, Creative Commons, Flickr

 

 

 

 

Paolo Cuttitta, Delocalization, Humanitarianism, and Human Rights: The Mediterranean Border Between Exclusion and Inclusion, Antipode, 2017, p.1–21

Abstract

« By reflecting on both the exclusionary and the inclusionary role of humanitarian migration and border management in the Central Mediterranean, this paper explores the relationship of humanitarianism with the delocalization of the EU border and with human rights. First, the paper analyses the role of human rights in the institutional humanitarian discourse about migration and border management at the Mediterranean EU border. The paper then analyses the Italian operation Mare Nostrum and, more generally, Italian humanitarianized border management in the Central Mediterranean. In doing this, it shows that humanitarianism contributes to the discursive legitimation and spatial delocalization of exclusionary policies and practices. Moreover, humanitarianism contributes to a symbolically and legally subordinate inclusion of migrants in the European space. While such humanitarian inclusion can be more inclusive than what human rights would require, it is posited as an act of grace rather than an enhancement of human rights. In both its exclusionary and inclusionary dimension, humanitarianism transcends and expands territorial boundaries by outsourcing responsibilities and enhancing delocalized border management »

doi: 10.1111/anti.12337

PDF:

http://www.dsps.unict.it/sites/default/files/files/Cuttitta_Delocalization%2C%20Humanitarianism%20and%20Human%20Rights.pdf

Beste İşleyen,Turkey’s governance of irregular migration at European Union borders, Environment and Planning D, 2018

Beste İşleyen, »Turkey’s governance of irregular migration at European Union borders: Emerging geographies of care and control »,  Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, March 2018

Abstract

« Combining insights from critical studies on humanitarianism and scholarly work emphasising everyday practices, this study examines Turkish policing of human mobility at European Union borders in two border cities: Edirne and İzmir. Through a focus on the central understandings, justifications and operational responses by Turkish border officials, the article highlights the intertwinement of care and control as inherent to humanitarianism in the daily governance of mobile populations at Turkey’s western borders. In so doing, the findings draw attention to discursive articulations and practices, while pointing to their moral, emotional and cultural elements. The article advances the literature by underlining the centrality of geography in impacting on the logics and practices of governing mobility within the territory of the nation state. The findings also underscore variations in border practices and the embodiment of humanitarianism between the two border cities under investigation as well as across the country. In addition, the article adds to debates on the emerging spaces of humanitarianism by bringing into focus the operation of humanitarian border policing in Turkey before departure and/or after the unsuccessful attempt of border crossing. »

Keywords: Turkey, the European Union, irregular migration, humanitarianism, border governance

PDF :

https://doi.org/10.1177/0263775818762132