A workshop sponsored by the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and the Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po.

MARCH 21, 2011

LOCATION
Sciences Po, Paris.

CONTACT
Isabelle Collignon, isabelle [at] stanford [dot] edu

SPONSORS AND CO-SPONSORS
France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies
Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po, Paris

RESTRICTIONS

Not open to the public.

PROGRAM (PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION)

MORNING SESSION
9:30 am – 1:00 pm

DISCOURSE AND VIOLENCE
DISCOURS ET VIOLENCE
Chair: Claire Andrieu, Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po

  • Jean-François Sirinelli, Centre d’Histoire Sciences Po
    “Intellectuals and Violence”
    “La violence des intellectuels”
  • Keith Baker, Stanford University
    “Enlightenment Ideology and Violence”
    “L’idéologie du Siècle des Lumières et la violence”
  • Dan Edelstein, Stanford University
    “Revolutionary Authority and Political Violence”
    “Politiques révolutionnaires et violence”

COLONIAL VIOLENCE
VIOLENCE COLONIALE
Chair: Jean-François Chanet, Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po

  • JP Daughton, Stanford University
    “Quotidian Violence in the French Colonies”
    “Violence quotidienne dans les colonies”
  • Priya Satia, Stanford University
    “The History of Violence: A Red Herring
    “L’histoire de la violence: une tromperie?”
  • Lancelot Arzel, Centre d’Histoire Sciences Po
    “The Roots of Evil: Hunting, War, and Violence in Colonial Conquests (France, Britain, Belgium, 1870- 1914)”
    “A l’origine des maux: chasse, guerre et violence dans la conquête coloniale (France, Royaume-Uni,  Belgique, 1870-1914)”

AFTERNOON SESSION
2:30 pm – 6:00 pm

WAR VIOLENCE
VIOLENCE DE GUERRE
Chair: Katherine Jolluck, Stanford University

  • Amir Weiner, Stanford University 
    “Surveillance and Terror in Totalitarian Polities”
    “Surveillance et terreur sous les régimes totalitaires”
  • Nicolas Werth, Institut d'Histoire du Temps Présent
    “Anti-semitic Violence During the Russian Civil Wars: Pogroms, War Crimes or Ethnic Cleansing?”
    “Les violences antisémites des guerres civiles russes, 1918-1922: pogroms, crimes de guerre ou nettoyage ethnique?”
  • Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau, Centre Historial de la Grande Guerre/EHESS
    “History of Battle, History of the Body”
    “Histoire du combat, histoire du corps (XIXe – XXIe siècle)”

GENOCIDE
GENOCIDE