Punjab Research Group

CFP: Memories of Migrations and historical time

Posted in Conferences, Migration by Pippa on February 10, 2012

Memories of migrations and historical time, Conference to be held 22nd – 24th November 2012, Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration, Paris

For the past thirty years, memories have become ubiquitous in the public sphere and a recognised field of enquiry in historical studies and the social sciences. Within this framework, migrants have a particular place: in France, they have been actors of these memorial mobilisations but have not always done so on behalf of their origins. Research-wise, studies on memories of migrations have already shed light on a group or a particular event but defining and exploring the historicisation of such memories remains to be done.

This conference aims to stimulate reflection on this historicisation by focussing on five main, albeit overlapping, areas :

• Event, temporalities and transmission

• Geographical territories, social spaces, mobilities and levels of analysis

• Identities and multiple belonging

• Symbolic policies and heritage

Several types of proposals will be particularly welcome: those favouring a long-term historical analysis across the centuries; those considering mobility between social or geographical spaces; and finally, those developing a comparative perspective between country of origin and receiving country. More widely, this interdisciplinary conference embraces all proposals incorporating an epistemological reflection.

Deadline for submissions: 25 Mars 2012

Conference Committee makes final selection of papers: May 2012

 

Marianne Amar

Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration

293 avenue Daumesnil

75012 Paris

Email: colloquememoires@histoire-immigraiton.fr

Visit the website at http://www.histoire-immigration.fr/education-et-recherche/la-recherche

PRG meeting 31 Oct 2009

Posted in PRG Meetings by Pippa on October 18, 2009

Punjab Research Group meeting

VENUE: De Montfort University, Leicester, DATE: 31 October 2009

Speakers included:

Eleanor Nesbitt and Kathryn LumKaveri Harris and Tej Purewal             

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kathryn Lum, European University Institute, Florence, Italy A Community at a Crossroads: A case study of the Ravidassia Sangat in Barcelona’  © Presented at the Punjab Research Group, 31 October 2009. Please do not cite without the authors permission K lum PRG paperpt

Navtej Purewal, University of Manchester Articulations of Caste through Religion: Codes of Hegemony and Invisibility in West Punjab’

Dave Morland and Steve TaylorScreening of Kitte mil ve Mahi by Ajay Bhardwaj

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meena Dhanda, (University of Wolverhampton), Dave Morland, (University of Teesside) and Steve Taylor, (Northumbria University) ‘Eastern Punjabi Dalits and Religious Conversion: A case study of Wolverhampton’ © Presented at the Punjab Research Group, 31 October 2009. Please do not cite without the authors permission PRG Leicester

Ajay Bhardwaj, Independent film/documentary maker Screening of Kitte Mil Ve Mahi (Where the twain shall meet)

Full programme and abstracts: PRG programme oct 09

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Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail

Posted in Events by Pippa on September 6, 2009
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