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Theory of I$I$
Il y a un an, Ras El Hanout s’était donné un nouveau défi : allier académique et artistique. Des étudiant.e.s, doctorant.e.s et comédien.n.es s’engagent alors dans une folle aventure de vulagrisation d’articles et livres issues des Critical Muslim Studies pour les faire connaître au grand public. Cependant, le dernier texte du projet fait débat au sein de la troupe… La grande question se pose : comment vulgariser un ouvrage qui a pour titre : “Theory of ISIS” ?
La troupe de Ras El Hanout vous ouvre la porte de sa cuisine interne en vous invitant dans l’intimité de ses discussions, doutes et désaccords.
Avec la participation de :
Souhaïla Amri (comédienne et metteuse en scène)
Joachim Ben Yakoub (Ugent)
Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou ( University of New York)
Sami Zemni (Ghent University)
Iman Lechkar (KU Leuven)
-Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou is Professor of International History. Professor Mohamedou obtained a PhD in Political Science from the City University of New York. He was Scholar-in-Residence at the Harvard University Centre for Middle Eastern Studies in Cambridge, Massachusetts before becoming a Research Associate at the Ralph Bunche Institute on the United Nations in New York. He was Director of Research at the Geneva-based International Council on Human Rights Policy.
– Sami Zemni is professor in political and social sciences at the Center for Conflict and Development Studies, Ghent University
– Iman Lechkar has a master in applied linguistics English-Spanish-Arabic, a master in International Relations and a PhD in social and cultural anthropology. She has worked as a doctoral and post-doctoral researcher at KU Leuven.

EN – Ras El Hanout takes up a whole new challenge here: to combine the academic and the artistic. Speakers’ interventions on different aspects of Critical Muslim Studies, a field of study that lies between decolonial thought and studies on Islam and Muslims. It is about exploring together (in a funny and interactive way) social, cultural and political activities, accompanied by theatrical performances that will explain, bring nuance and spark debate… This series of theatrical conferences is organized in partnership with the universities of KUL, UGent and VUB. This project resulted from workshops and offers a moment of discussion and collective reflection combining theater and conference.

Avec 
Souhaila Amri
Camélia Bendoduh
Meriam Bouaziz
Mariam Diallo
Abgar Tumaysan

 

 

Projet coordonné par 
Souhaila Amri et Mariam Diallo
En partenariat avec 

VUB, KU LEUVEN, Universiteit Gent & Menarg Research Group

Avec le soutien de Fonds Baillet Latour

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