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Symposium on “Popular Memory and the Formation of Identities”

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Lebanese American University (LAU) School of Arts and Science - Humanities Division and UTCP – University of Tokyo Centre for Philosophy
Symposium on “Popular Memory and the Formation of Identities”
(Lebanon as a case study)

12-13 March 2008  LAU-Beirut Campus


Moderator: Paul Tabar, Lebanese American University

3:30 – 3:40: Welcoming speech by Samira Aghacy, Dear of the School of Arts and Sciences (LAU).

3:40- 4:10: Antoine Messarra, Lebanese University
إشكالية التاريخ وبناء الذاكرة في المجتمعات المتعددة: الخبرة اللبناني
مرصد السلم الأهلي والذاكرة وخطة النهوض التربوي))
The issue of History and Collective Memory in Multi-cultural Societies: The Experience of Lebanon (Observatory of Civil Peace and Memory and Plan of Pedagogical Renewal)

4:10- 4:40: Yussef Mouawad
(1915-1918) ذاكرة "حرب الجوع" في جبل لبنان
The Memory of the “War of Famine” in Mount-Lebanon (1915-1918)

5:00 – 5:30: Hidemi Takahashi, University of Tokyo
Translation and Cultural Identity: The Case of Translations into and from Syriac

5:30 – 6:00 Vahid Bahmardi, Lebanese American University
Axis of Identity from Jabal Amil to Isfahan

6:00 - 6:30 General Discussion

Moderator: Ken Seigneurie, Lebanese American University

3:30- 4:00 Yasunari Takada, University of Tokyo
History and Nation: A Very Limited Comparative Perspective

4:00- 4:30 Stephan Leder, Orient Institut - Beirut
Religious identity, ethnicity, gender: Negotiating difference in pre- modern popular literature
(Sirat Hamza: 19th century)

4:45- 5:15 Nayla Qaytbey, American University of Beirut
Collective Memory and Civil Conflict in 1860:
Husain Abu Shakra a Druze Eyewitness

5:15- 5:45 Ray Mouawad, Lebanese American University
Maronites’ Identification with Lebanon based on their 15th-16th century Popular Poems Zajaliyat

5:45- 6:30 General Discussions

6:30 Closing Statement


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