MRM 2010

medmeet2010

The Eleventh Mediterranean Research Meeting took place near Florence (Italy) on 24–27 March 2010.

Practical information (access is restricted to participants):

Programme and papers:

 

Goals of the MRM

Reaching its Eleventh Session, the Mediterranean Research Meeting:

  • is committed to foster theoretical and empirical research and dialogue among scholars from countries across the Mediterranean, and with Mediterranean issue concerns;
  • stresses its aim to reach as wide as possible coverage of all Mediterranean areas, with topics relating to the Middle East, North Africa, Southern and South-Eastern Europe, their mutual relationships and their relations with Europe;
  • focuses attention on legal, historical, economic and socio-political issues;
  • aims to enable  junior scholars to meet more senior scholars in an interactive environment, and to promote further research collaboration;
  • encourages the publication and dissemination of this research in edited volumes, thematic issues of learned journals, and Mediterranean Programme  RSCAS-EUI Working Papers.

For information on previous sessions of the Mediterranean Research Meetings, please visit the home page of the MRM.

Workshops

  1. Globalization, Secularization and Religion – Different States, Same Trajectories?
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Guy Ben-Porat, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
    • Jeffrey Haynes, London Metropolitan University, UK
  2. Sustainable Waste Management in the Mediterranean Region: Impacts of Socio-economical and Political Factors
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Hassan Ali Arafat, An-Najah National University, Palestinian Territory
    • Jens Aage Hansen, Aalborg University, Denmark
  3. Ottoman Legacies in the Contemporary Mediterranean: the Middle East and the Balkans Compared
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Karl Kaser, University of Graz, Austria
    • Eyal Ginio, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  4. ‘Provincializing Europe’? Towards a Local History of Maghribi Modernity
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • James McDougall, SOAS, UK
    • Etty Terem, Rhodes College, USA
  5. Re-examining Federalism and Consociationalism as Constitutional and Political Arrangements for Community Conflicts in Post-Ottoman Lands
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Nicos Peristianis, University of Nicosia, Cyprus
    • Yücel Vural, Eastern Mediterranean University Turkey
  6. Who is Who in the Balkans Today: Mythmaking and Identity Mutations, 1989-2009
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Vjekoslav Perica, University of Rijeka/Fiume, Croatia
    • Darko Gavrilovic, Singidunum University, Serbia
  7. Socio-economic Dilemma, Cultural Challenges and their International Dimensions
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Boumghar Lotfi, INESG, Algeria
    • Melasuo Tuomo, University of Tampere, Finland
  8. Alternative Publics in the Middle East and North Africa
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Noor Al-Qasimi, New York University, USA
    • Kevin Gray, American University of Afghanistan, Afghanistan
  9. EU Democracy Promotion and Electoral Politics in the Arab Mediterranean
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Oussama Safa, Lebanese Centre for Policy Studies, Lebanon
    • Kamleh Khatib, European Policy Centre and Collegio Carlo Alberto, Italy
  10. Adriatic Frontiers: Communications Across Cultures, Space and Time
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Maximilian Hartmuth, Sabanci University, Turkey
    • Amanda Phillips Oxford University, UK
  11. Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in the MENA Region
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Cari Clark, University of Minnesota, USA
    • Marwan Khawaja, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
  12. Superpower Rivalry and the Third Way(s) in the Mediterranean
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Victoria de Grazia, Columbia University, USA
    • Rinna Elina Kullaa, University of Maryland and Columbia University, USA
  13. Rethinking Interethnic Reconciliation in the Western Balkans: Minorities, Borders, Governance
    [read more]
    Organized with a contribution of ECMI (European Centre for Minority Issues)
    directed by:
    • Cyril Blondel, Tours University, France
    • Antonija Petricusic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
  14. The Evolving International Role of the GCC Economies
    [read more]

    Organized with a contribution of Banca d'Italia

    directed by:
    • Giorgio Gomel, Central Bank of Italy, Italy
    • Nasser Saidi, Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai
  15. Governance of the Mediterranean Sea: Meeting the Needs of the Future Today
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Tullio Treves, University of Milan, Italy
    • Nilufer Oral, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
  16. Integrating the Western Balkans into the European Union: Overcoming the Political and Economic Constraints
    [read more]
    directed by:
    • Milica Uvalic, University of Perugia, Italy
    • Bozidar Cerovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia

 

Expired documents

Contacts

Scientific Co-ordination:
Aleksandra Djajic-Horvath (send an email)

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