November 2015

01-05 DEC 2015 Exhibition

01-03 NOV 2015 Conference
“150th Anniversary of the Arabic Bible”
National Evangelical Church in Beirut
Near East School of Theology
Arab Baptist Theological Seminary
In collaboration with
Anis Makdisi Program in Literature
(American University of Beirut)

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02 NOV 2015 16:00 Presentation
“The Formation of Lebanon 1920″
Fawwaz Traboulsi, PhD (Associate Professor of Political Science and History, AUB)
West Hall, AUB
Women’s League

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02 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“Customizing Extreme Violence: A Critical Assessment of Israel’s War Record in Gaza”
Dr. Lisa Hajjar (director of the Al-Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Center for American Studies and Research at AUB and a professor of Sociology at the University of California – Santa Barbara)
Building 37, AUB
CASAR, CAMES, and PSPA

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02 NOV 2015 18:00 Public lecture
“The Impact of the Protestant and Catholic Arabic Translations of the Bible on Arab Renaissance”
Dr Amin Albert Rihani (Notre Dame University, Louaisé)
Van Dyck Hall, AUB
*as a part of the international conference “150th Anniversary of the Arabic Bible”

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03-21 NOV 2015 Exposition
“L’Homme et le paysage au Liban
200 000 ans d’adaptation
Du temps du climat au temps des hommes”
Crypte de l’église Saint-Joseph, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Musée de préhistoire libanaise

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03 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“What can Lithium Tell us About the Early Universe?”
Tahani Makki (PhD student, Physics Dept., AUB)
Physics Building, AUB

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03 NOV 2015 18:00 Activités culturelles
“Climats, hommes et paysages à travers le temps, Un dialogue entre géosciences et sciences humaines”
“L’histoire du paysage au Liban, une approche par la photographie (19-21 siècles)”
Nicolas Jacob
Lévon Nordiguan
“Du vestige retrouvé au mode de vie reconstitué”
Maya Haïdar-Boustani
“L’empreinte du climat sur le paysage”
Carole Nehmé
Crypte de l’église Saint-Joseph, USJ
Un événement présenté par :
Bibliothèque Orientale
Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines
Musée de préhistoire libanaise

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03 NOV 2015 18:00 Panel Discussion
“The role of students in the protest movement in Lebanon’”
Students on the panel include LAU, USJ, Balamand, LIU, Lebanese University, and AUB.
College Hall, AUB
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies
Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship
Red Oak Club
AUB Secular Club

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03 NOV 2015 18:00 Conférence
“النبوة في الإسلام بين الأمس والغد”
الدكتور رضوان السيد
الشيخ محمد زراقط
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Faculté des sciences religieuses
في إطار سلسلة محاضرات ثلاثاء الكلية

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04 NOV 2015 12:30 Exhibition
“Arch-Stock 13-15″
an exhibition of selected projects from the Bachelor of Architecture program at LAU
Byblos campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Architecture and Interior Design

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04 NOV 2015 17:30 Lecture
“Agrarian Change and Revolution in Tunisia and Egypt”
Dr. Habib Ayeb (Professor at the Université Vincennes-Saint-Denis (Paris VIII))
College Hall, AUB
Asfari Institute

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04 NOV 2015 18:00 Lecture
“Architecture crossing cultures in Syria”
Professor Nasser Rabbat (MIT)
Architecture Lecture Hall, AUB
Department of Architecture and Design

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05 NOV 2015 11:00 Discussion
“To Paris with Climate Change: Lebanon at COP21″
IFI Auditorium, AUB
IFI

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05 NOV 2015 15:00 Lecture
“From Inspiration to Realization”
Jochem Faudet (Faudet-Harrison design studio)
Beirut campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Architecture and Interior Design
*06-08 NOV 2015
Workshop: “Jochem Faudet: From Inspiration to Realization”

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05 NOV 2015 16:00 Conférence
“Les noces de l’analogique et du numérique”
M. Nicolas FROELIGER (professeur à l’Université Paris Diderot (Paris 7))
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : École de traducteurs et d’interprètes de Beyrouth

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05 NOV 2015 17:30 Lecture
“Syrian Women Are Activists Not Victims”
Ms. Majdolin Hassan (lawyer and Deputy Coordinator for Syrian Women’s Initiative for Peace and Democracy)
Dr. Sabah Al-Hallak (Member, Syrian Women’s League and the Syrian League for Citizenship)
West Hall, AUB
Asfari Institute

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06 NOV 2015 12:00 Talk
“Ottoman Patriotism in Beirut: Marun Naqqash, Arabic Theatre, and a Bankruptcy”
Adam Mestyan (Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows (2013-16))
Building 37, AUB
Center for Arts and Humanities (Mellon Grant)

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06 NOV 2015 14:00 Event
“World Marathon Record-Holder Paula Radcliffe at LAU”
Paula Radcliffe
May el Khalil (president of the Beirut Marathon Association)
Lina Abi-Rafeh (director of LAU’s Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World) will be giving a presentation about “Playing for Equality: Sport’s for Women’s Empowerment”
Beirut campus, LAU

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08 NOV 2015 18:00 Conférence
“Le complexe de Khirbat al-Dūsaq (Jordanie): résultats des premières campagnes de fouilles”
Elodie Vigouroux (Chercheuse à l’Ifpo Beyrouth, historienne et archéologue, spécialiste du Proche-Orient médiéval, elle co-dirige la mission archéologique de Khirbat al-Dūsaq (Jordanie))
Institut français du Liban
Les « Rendez-vous » de l’Ifpo

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09 NOV 2015 16:00 Conférence-débat
“Les Politiques publiques de l’environnement”
“Stratégie nationale pour la gestion des déchets au Liban et plan de sortie de crise”
Pierre Issa ( PDG – Arc En Ciel)
“The Power Sector : Quagmire and way out”
Ziad Hayek (S.G. du Conseil Supérieur de la Privatisation)
Campus des sciences sociales, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Institut des sciences politiques

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09 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“Beyond the Line: An Analysis of the Causes and Consequences of Unauthorized Migration from Mexico to the United States”
Dr. Ragini Shah (Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Programs at Suffolk University Law School)
Building 37, AUB
CASAR

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10 NOV 2015 Discussion
“Who Stinks? Social Protests and Political Change in Lebanon”
Samer Annous (assistant professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Balamand)
Ghida Frangieh (Beirut-based lawyer and legal researcher, member of the Legal Agenda)
Hussam Itani (former editor of the opinion section at Assafir)
Diana Moukalled (journalist and contributing columnist at Asharq Al Awsat, web editor at Future Television)
Moderator: Maha Yahya (Carnegie)
Carnegie Middle East Center

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10 NOV 2015 16:00 Rencontre
L’IESAV accueille M. Jacques Kebadian
Réalisateur et fondateur de l’Association Audiovisuelle Arménienne
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Institut d’études scéniques audiovisuelles et cinématographiques

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10 NOV 2015 16:00 Lecture
“Immigration and Migrant Domestic Workers”
Dr. Sawsan Abdulrahim (Chair of the Health Promotion and Community Health department at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the AUB)
IFI, AUB
Development class of the Graduate Program, IFI

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10 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“The End of Art”
Cesar Nammour (art historian)
Beirut campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Fine Arts and Foundation Studies

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10 NOV 2015 18:00 Panel Discussion
“Protest series: Social classes and the movement”
Charles W. Hostler Student Center Auditorium, AUB
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies
Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship
Red Oak Club
AUB Secular Club

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11 NOV 2015 – 15 JAN 2016 Exhibition
“SIGMAR POLKE: Music From An Unknown Source”
AUB Art Galleries

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11 NOV 2015 15:00 Lecture
“The Maqāmāt of al-Hamadhānī: Manuscripts, Collection, and Early History”
Dr. Bilal Orfali (associate professor of Arabic studies, AUB)
Nicely Room 409, AUB
Civilization Studies Program

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11 NOV 2015 17:30 Lecture
“Diva Sabah”
الياس سحّاب، صحافي
College Hall, AUB
University for Seniors

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11 NOV 2015 18:30 Lecture
“My Problem with Repetition”
Felix Pfaffli
Architecture Lecture Hall, AUB
Department of Architecture and Design

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12-13 NOV 2015 Conference
“Wars and Wars’ Ending in the Post-2011 Middle East”
LAU
in cooperation with the German Institute of Global and Area Studies
Venue: Byblos campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Social Sciences

12 NOV
Keynote Speech:
“Violent Dynamics and New Wars in the Middle East Since 2011″
Maha Yahya (Carnegie, Beirut)

“Lebanon’s Civil War (1975-1990): Lessons for Current Events”
Chair: Marwan Rowayheb
“Lebanon: Genesis, Actors and Dynamics of the Lebanese Civil War”
Paul Tabar (LAU, Beirut)
“Lebanon’s Wars not Ending: External Actors and Regional Dynamics (1970-2015)”
Walid Moubarak (LAU, Lebanon)
“Interim Stabilization Arrangements in Lebanon: A Blueprint for Today’s Wars?”
Erik Mohns, (Berghof Foundation, Berlin)

“Iraq and Syria”
Chair: Stephan Rosiny
“The Long Path of War in Iraq”
Henner Fürtig (GIGA, Hamburg)
“Iraq: Local and Regional Dynamics of War”
Faleh Abd al-Jabar (Iraq Studies, Beirut)

Chair: Thomas Richter
“Syria: The Security Dilemma of Religious Minorities”
Leon Goldsmith (Sultan Qaboos University, Maskat)
“Cross-Border Effects of the Syrian War”
André Bank (GIGA, Hamburg)
“On the Origins of ISIS: A Multivariate Model for Explaining the Emergence and Growth of the “Islamic State””
Sami Baroudy (LAU, Beirut)

13 NOV
“The Yemen-War 2015″
Chair: André Bank
“Genesis, Actors, and Dynamics of the Yemen Uprising and Escalation to War”
Adam Baron (Sanaa Center for Strategic Studies, ECFR)
“Why Did Saudi Arabia Go to War in Yemen?”
May Darwich (GIGA, Hamburg)

“Regional Conflict Patterns”
Chair: Marwan Rowayheb
“Geo-Strategic Dimensions and the Resource Curse of the Middle East”
Thomas Richter (GIGA, Hamburg)
“The Politicization of Sectarianism and Ethnicity: Lessons from Lebanon”
Sami Ofeish (Balamand University, Balamand)
“Migration and Conflict in the Post-2011 Landscape”
Tamirace Fakhoury (LAU, Byblos)

“Conflict Resolution (How to Exit Wars)”
Chair: Tamirace Fakhoury
“Power-sharing Arrangements for the Middle East”
Stephan Rosiny (GIGA, Hamburg)
“Mediation by Third Parties”
Makram Ouaiss (LAU, Byblos)

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12-13 NOV 2015 Colloque
“Le défi de l’église “UNE”, Mission de la revue œcuménique francophone”
Campus de l’innovation et du sport, USJ
Un événement présenté par :
Centre de Recherches et de Publications de l’Orient Chrétien, Faculté des sciences religieuses
«Proche Orient Chrétien»

12 NOV
Séance inaugurale
Modérateur : P. Ronney el-Gemayel s.j. (directeur du CERPOC – FSR)
“Le renouveau œcuménique au XXe siècle. Flux et reflux”
P. Christoph Theobald s.j. (rédacteur en chef de « Recherches de Science Religieuse » – Paris)

13 NOV
Axe Historique
Modérateur : P. Nagi Edelby (coordinateur du CERPOC – FSR)
“«Irénikon» en tous ses états”
P. Lambert Vos osb (directeur d’Irénikon – Chevetogne – Belgique)
“Promouvoir et analyser le mouvement œcuménique. Soixante ans de la revue Istina (1954-2014)”
Fr. Frank Lemaître op (« Istina » – Paris)
“Proche-Orient Chrétien, une revue prise dans les incertitudes et bouleversements du Moyen-Orient”
P. Frans Bouwen (pb, ancien directeur de POC – Jérusalem)

Axe Théologico-pastoral
Modérateur : P. Marek Cieślik s.j. (doyen de la FSR)
“Unité chrétienne et œcuménisme spirituel”
Anne-Noëlle Clément (responsable de « Unité chrétienne » – Lyon)
“La revue œcuménique : de la théologie à la pastorale”
P. Gabriel Hachem (rédacteur en chef de POC – Beyrouth)

Axe Technique
Modérateur : Souraya Bechealany (POC – Beyrouth)
“Quels services pourraient rendre les technologies numériques pour la continuité et la valorisation des revues œcuméniques?”
Christophe Varin (directeur du CEMAM – USJ)

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12 NOV 2015 13:00 Lecture
“Boundless Maestro”
Sofoklis Giannakopoulos
Byblos campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Architecture and Interior Design

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12 NOV 2015 18:00 Lecture
“Region, Security, Regional Security: ‘Whose Middle East?’ Revisited”
Pinar Bilgin (Professor of International Relations, Bilkent University)
West Hall, AUB
CAMES

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16-17 NOV 2015 Conference
“Citizenship and Social Constituency in the Arab World”
Carnegie Middle East Center
in cooperation with the Arab Forum for Alternatives and the Hivos Foundation

16 NOV
Book Launch
“Citizenship and Social Constituency”
Mohamed Elagati (executive director, Arab Forum for Alternatives)
Fawwaz Traboulsi (Lebanese historian, writer, activist, researcher, and political analyst)
Moderator: Doreen Khoury (Middle East Liaison at Hivos International)

“Citizenship and Social Diversity in the Mashreq and Maghreb”
Youssef Laaraj (researcher in Amazigh affairs)
Saad Salloum (director, research department in the College of Political Sciences of Mustansiriya University)
Moderator: Gameel Matar (Egyptian thinker and writer)

17 NOV
“Citizenship and Social Classes”
Georges Fahmi (visiting scholar, Carnegie Middle East Center)
Sabah Al-Hallak (researcher on women’s issues, member of the Syrian Women’s Association and the Syrian Association for Women Citizens)
Moderator: Oussama Safa (section chief of Participation and Social Justice, Social Development Division, UN-ESCWA)

“Pluralism and Political Mobilization”
Walid Haddouk (Tunisian political researcher and writer)
Heba Raouf Ezzat (assistant professor of political science and deputy director of the Center for Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies at Cairo University)
Moderator: Kawa Hassan (director of the Middle East North Africa Program at the EastWest Institute, nonresident scholar at Carnegie Middle East Center)

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16 NOV 2015 11:00 Symposium
“Arabic comics symposium: Personal Narratives and Memoir”
Architecture Lecture Hal, AUB
The Mu’taz and Rada Sawwaf Arabic Comics Initiative at AUB

1. Personal narrative of war: Reshaping of an identity
George Khoury Jad (Comics and Animation Artist, writer and critic)

2. Making Death Visible: War in Lebanese Graphic Memoir
Nadim Damlouji (Tintintologist)

3. How I became a Lebanese Comics Artist
Lena Merhej, PhD in visual studies (Comics artist and teacher)

4. The Arab of the Future, or the Future of Arab Comics
Jonathan Guyer (Fellow, Institute of Current World Affairs; Blogger, Oum Cartoon)

5. Preserving Palestinian History Through Graphic Memoir
Leila Abdoul Razzak (Author and Comics artist)

6. Testifying, a new form of personal narrative in Comics
Olivier Koch (Research professor, member of LabSic (Université Paris 13) & research associate at the IRMC (Tunisia))

7. In the backstage of an Egyptian graphic novel-metro
Magdy El Shafee (Comics artist – president of CairoComix festival)

8. DRAWING THE STREET
Mohamad Shennawy (Egypt, Comics artist, founder of 9th Art Magazine and Co founder of TOKTOK Magazine)

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17 NOV – 11 DEC 2015 Exhibition
“Waste Management: There’s always a way”
Jafet Library, AUB
Libraries and EHSRM (Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management Department)

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17 NOV 2015 17:30 Lecture
“A Tale of Two Cities: Wandering Across Conflicted Memories and Post-Traumatic Art in Sarajevo and Beirut”
Dr. Isabelle de le Court (Assistant Professor and Coordinator in History of Art at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts (ALBA))
Nicely B2, AUB
Department of Fine Arts and Art History

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17 NOV 2015 17:30 Table ronde
“Spain in the Middle East and the world”
Avec :
S.E Mme Milagros Hernando (ambassadrice d’Espagne au Liban)
M. Inigo Arbiol Onate (professeur à l’Université de Deusto, en mobilité au département d’Histoire)
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Département d’histoire

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17 NOV 2015 18:00 Panel Discussion
“State repression and police violence”
Charles W. Hostler Student Center Auditorium, AUB
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies
Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship
Red Oak Club
AUB Secular Club

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17 NOV 2015 18:00 Public research seminar
“Islamic Art at the Crossroads: Artistic Exchanges between the Middle East and East Asia under the Mongols”
Yuka Kadoi (Lebanese American University)
OIB

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17 NOV 2015 18:30 Discussion
“Photography and Oral History”
IFI, AUB
Middle East Photograph Preservation Initiative (MEPPI)
The Palestinian Oral History Archive Project, IFI

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17 NOV 2015 19:30 Conférence
الله في الوجدان والعقل. مقاربة فلسفية
د. إفرام البعلبكي
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Centre de Recherches et de Publications de l’Orient Chrétien
في إطار اللقاءات الثقافية للعام الجامعي 2015-2016

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18 NOV 2015 13:00 Lecture
“Stories within Stories: Disentangling Narrative Levels of Oral History Testimonies”
Magnus Dølerud (University of Bergen, Norway)
Beirut campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Social Sciences

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18 NOV 2015 13:00 Lecture
“Arab spring through Yemeni lenses”
Francois Burgat (Director of Research, Institut de Recherches et d’Etudes sur le Monde Arabe et Musulman IREMAM- France)
West Hall, AUB
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies

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18 NOV 2015 15:30 Seminar
“Geo-Environmental Forensics and Remediation Case Studies”
Mahmoud Wazne, PhD (associate professor of civil engineering)
Byblos campus, LAU
Organizer: School of Engineering

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18 NOV 2015 15:30 Lecture
“Salutation to Ghazi Kahwaji”
West Hall, AUB
University for Seniors

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18 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“Not, Not Art”
Stephen Wright (Paris-based art writer and professor of the practice of theory at the European School of Visual Arts)
Building 37, AUB
The Art and Humanities Initiative
Department of Fine Arts and Art History

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19 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“Art and Art Schools”
Corinne Desirens (director of the École de Recherche Graphique (ERG), Brussels/Belgium)
Building 37, AUB
The Art and Humanities Initiative
Department of Fine Arts and Art History

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20 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“Towards a Historicity of the Contemporary”
Dr. Angela Harutyunyan (Associate Professor of Art History and Theory, AUB)
Nicely Hall, AUB
Department of Fine Arts and Art History

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24 NOV 2015 11:00 Panel Discussion
“هل للمحارق دور في حل أزمة النفايات المنزلية الصلبة في لبنان؟”
IFI Auditorium, AUB
IFI
Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management Department

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24 NOV 2015 12:00 Lecture
“The Prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and its Impact on Social and Political Behavior: Case Study the Syrian Refugees in Lebanon”
Dr. Lina Kreidie
Beirut campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Social Sciences

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24 NOV 2015 12:00 Lecture
“Computations Literacy”
Ludger Hovestadt (chair of the CAAD program at ETH Zurich)
Byblos campus, LAU
Organizer: School of Architecture and Design

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24 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“A Problem of Disclosure: Drawings from the Popular Politics of the Arab 1950s”
Anneka Lenssen (Assistant Professor of Global Modern Art in the History of Art department at the University of California, Berkeley)
Building 37, AUB
Art and Humanities Initiative
Department of Fine Arts and Art History

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24 NOV 2015 17:30 Documentary presentation and discussion
“Reclaiming Public Spaces”
West Hall, AUB
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies
Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship
Red Oak Club
AUB Secular Club

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25 NOV 2015 12:00 Lecture
“Public Health in Emergency Situations: The Experiece of lebanon”
Mr. David Vickers, BA MSN
Van Dyck Hall, AUB
Faculty of Health Sciences

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25 NOV 2015 12:00 Presentation
“Being Found in Translation: From al-Kindī’s Metaphysics and Beyond”
Hani Hassan (Civilization Studies Program/Dept. of Philosophy, AUB)
Building 37, AUB
Program in Islamic Studies, CAMES
research forum Majãlis in Islamic Studies

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25 NOV 2015 15:00 Panel discussion
“My Twenty Year’s Experience in Covering Women’s Issues”
Diana Moukalled (journalist)
Beirut campus, LAU
Organizer: Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World
as part of its 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

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25 NOV 2015 18:30 Discussion
with Harvard Professor Melani Cammett on Communitarian Politics in the Middle East
Beirut campus, LAU
Organizer: Department of Social Sciences
This event is part of Associate Professor Imad Salamey’s class titled “Post-Arab Spring Communitarianism”

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26-27 NOV 2015 Colloque
“La Cour pénale internationale et les pays arabes”
Campus des sciences sociales, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Centre d’études des droits du monde arabe

26 NOV
Séance introductive
Président de séance : Ibrahim Najjar (Professeur à la Faculté de droit et des sciences politiques de l’Université Saint-Joseph, ancien ministre de la Justice)
“Le statut de la CPI : ambitions et limites”
Aïda Azar (Professeur à la Faculté de droit et des sciences politiques de l’Université Saint-Joseph, vice-doyen de la Faculté)
“La CPI en 2015, un moment de rupture ?”
Julian Fernandez (Professeur à l’Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), Directeur du Centre Thucydide- Analyse et recherche en relations internationales)

Première séance : État des lieux et perspectives
Président de séance : Awn Al-Khasawneh (ancien premier ministre du Royaume hachémite de Jordanie, ancien vice-président de la Cour internationale de justice)
“Les recours pendants : les situations de la Libye et du Darfour”
Jean-Yves De Cara (Professeur à l’Université Paris-Descartes (Paris V), ancien directeur exécutif de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne Abu Dhabi, ancien juge ad hoc à la Cour internationale de justice)
“Les recours imminents : la situation de la Palestine”
Alia Aoun (Avocate au Barreau de Paris, ancienne chef adjointe du Bureau de la Défense auprès du Tribunal spécial pour le Liban)
“Les recours éventuels : la compétence de la CPI pour juger les crimes commis en Syrie et en Irak”
Boualem Bouguetaia (Vice-président du Tribunal international du droit de la mer, ancien député à l’Assemblée nationale populaire d’Algérie, ancien ambassadeur, chef de la délégation algérienne à la conférence internationale des plénipotentiaires pour la création
de la Cour pénale internationale)

27 NOV
Deuxième séance : Les pays arabes ont-ils intérêt à adhérer à la CPI ?
Président de séance : Ralph Riachi (Vice-président du Tribunal spécial pour le Liban, ancien
juge ad litem au Tribunal pénal international pour l’ex-Yougoslavie, ancien président de la
Chambre criminelle de la Cour de cassation libanaise, ancien membre de la Cour de justice et
du Conseil supérieur de la magistrature)

Premier panel : Les enjeux de l’adhésion
“La CPI et les pays arabes : défis et opportunités”
Fadi El-Abdallah (Docteur en droit, porte-parole de la Cour pénale internationale et chef
de l’Unité des affaires publiques)
“La CPI et les pays d’Afrique : une décennie de relations ambivalentes”
Leila Bourguiba (Juriste spécialisée au Pôle « Crimes contre l’humanité, crimes et délits
de guerre » du Tribunal de grande instance de Paris, ancienne juriste associée à la Section
préliminaire de la Cour pénale internationale)

Deuxième panel : Regards croisés sur l’adhésion
“L’adhésion des pays arabes à la CPI : espoirs et craintes”
Ghassan Moukheiber (Député au Parlement libanais, avocat au Barreau de Beyrouth,
rapporteur général de la Commission parlementaire des droits de l’homme, membre de
l’Action mondiale des parlementaires)
“Les conditions préalables à l’adhésion du Liban à la CPI”
Bahige Tabbarah (Avocat au Barreau de Beyrouth, ancien ministre de la Justice du
Liban, ancien député au Parlement libanais)
“Arab perspectives on the ICC’s competence”
Adel Maged (Vice-président de la Cour de cassation égyptienne, Professeur honoraire
de droit, Durham University (UK))

Troisième séance : Le devenir de la justice pénale internationale
Président de séance : Joseph Maila (Professeur de relations internationales à l’ESSEC,
ancien recteur de l’Institut catholique de Paris, ancien directeur de la Prospective au
ministère français des Affaires étrangères)
“La problématique de la compétence universelle”
Marc Henzelin (Avocat au barreau de Genève, ancien juge à la Cour de cassation de
Genève et à la Cour de justice de Genève, ancien conseiller juridique et coordinateur
pour le Comité international de la Croix-Rouge)
“La justice pénale internationale, obstacle à la paix ou condition de la paix ?”
Pierre Hazan (Conseiller spécial pour la justice transitionnelle au Centre pour le
dialogue humanitaire (Genève), professeur associé à l’Académie du journalisme et des
médias à l’Université de Neuchâtel (Suisse))

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26-27 NOV 2015 Colloque
“La traversée : 1980 – 2015″
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : École de traducteurs et d’interprètes de Beyrouth

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26 NOV 2015 15:00 Seminar
“Consolidating Democracy in Tunisia: The Economic Dimension”
Professor Mongi Boughzala (Al Manar University, Tunisia)
Nicely Hall, AUB
Institure of Financial Economics

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26 NOV 2015 15:30 Lecture
“Iraqi Jews in the 20th century: From Iraqi Arab Patriots to Exiles”
Aline Schlaepfer (Historian, CAMES, AUB)
Discussant: Omar Al-Dewachi (Assistant Professor of Medical Anthropology and Public Health, AUB)
West Hall, AUB
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies
Followed by Screening the Documentary
“Forget Baghdad, Jews and Arabs – The Iraqi Connection”

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26 NOV 2015 18:00 Lecture
“Muslims in America before Columbus?”
Dr. Umar Faruq Abd-Allah Wymann-Landgraf
Issam Fares Hall, AUB
Insight Club

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26 NOV 2015 18:00 Panel Discussion
“Civil Society and Apartheid in Palestine”
Discussion with:
Sarah Colbourne (Director, UK Palestine Solidarity Campaign)
Rania Masri (Advisory Board Member, Palestinian for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI); Associate Director Asfari Institute)
Rabih Salah (Executive Director, Ajial – Social Communication Center)
Moderated by: Fateh Azzam (Director, Asfari Institute for Civil society and Citizenship)
West Hall, AUB
Organized by UN-ESCWA, Asfari Institute for Civil society and Citizenship, and the Palestinian Cultural Club at AUB

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27-28 NOV 2015 Colloque
“Découvrir la pensée suisse : Charles Secrétan, philosophe de la liberté”
Campus des sciences humaines, USJ
Un événement présenté par : Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines
En collaboration avec : Département de philosophie

27 NOV
Conférence inaugurale
“Charles Secrétan et les limites de l’inconnaissable : dialogue avec Vladimir Jankélévitch”
Mme Alexandra Roux (Université de Poitiers)

28 NOV
Première séance
Présidence : M. Jean-Pierre Schneider (Université de Neuchâtel)
“Schelling dans La civilisation et la croyance de Secrétan”
M. Rami Abi-Jaoudé (Université Saint-Joseph)
“L’espace et le temps contre la liberté : Charles Secrétan et la situation morale de l’homme”
M. Daniel Schulthess (Université de Neuchâtel)
“Duns Scot selon Charles Secrétan”
M. Jad Hatem (Université Saint-Joseph)

Deuxième séance
Présidence : M. Daniel Schulthess (Université de Neuchâtel)
“Charles Secrétan et le néoplatonisme”
M. Jean-Pierre Schneider (Université de Neuchâtel)
“Ordre et désordre: Charles Secrétan et Jean-Jacques Rousseau”
Mme Nicole Hatem (Université Saint-Joseph)
“Thomas d’Aquin dans La Philosophie de la liberté de Charles Secrétan”
M. Charbel el Amm (Université Saint-Joseph)

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27 NOV 2015 10:00 Panel Discussion
“Democratic Transitions in The Arab Region, Aspirations and Reality”
College Hall , AUB
Institute of Financial Economics

Session 1: Breaking out of the Autocratic Fold
Moderator: Simon Neaime (American University of Beirut)
“Explaining Democratic Transitions in the Arab World”
Ibrahim Elbadawi (Center for Global Development, Washington DC)
“Tunisia: the Initial Breakthrough – a Successful Story of Democratic Transition?”
Mongi Boughzala (Al Manar University, Tunisia)
Comments: Fadia Kiwan (Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut)

Session 2: Resistance to Democratic Transition
Moderator: Ibrahim Elbadawi
“Egypt: an uncertain transition”
Noha El-Mikawy (Ford Foundation, Cairo)
“Libya, Syria and Yemen: Conflicts and Foreign Interventions”
Tarek Mitri (American University of Beirut)
Raed Safadi (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris)
Fawwaz Traboulsi (American University of Beirut)
Comments: Atif Kubursi (McMaster University, Canada)

Session 3: Prospects for Democratic Change and Stabilization: Where does the Arab Region Stand?
Moderator: Samir Makdisi (American University of Beirut)
Ali Abdelgadir Ali (Economic Consultant, Cairo)
Noha El Mikawy
Atif Kubursi
Simon Neaime
Comments: Youssef El Khalil (American University of Beirut)

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27 NOV 2015 12:00 Lecture
“The local politics of Global Jihad: The evolution of militant Islamism in the Palestinian refugee camp Ain al-Hilwe”
Erling Lorentzen Sogge (visiting PhD Candidate from the University of Oslo)
Moderator: Dr. Hilal Khashan, Professor of Political Science & chair of the PSPA department
Jesup Hall , AUB
Department of Political Studies and Public Administration

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27 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“War Remains: Southern Counterpublics, Literature and Memory in Lebanon”
Dr. Yasmine Khayyat (Assistant Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature, Department of African Middle Eastern, South Asian Languages and Literatures at Rutgers University)
West Hall, AUB
Department of English
CAMES

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27 NOV 2015 17:00 Lecture
“What is Repression?”
Samo Tomšič (Humboldt University Berlin)
Building 37, AUB
Arts and Humanities Initiative
Department of Fine Arts and Art History

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27 NOV 2015 18:00 Public research seminar
“Political Remittances and Lebanon: The case of a decentered diasporic field”
Prof. Dr. Paul Tabar (Lebanese American University)
OIB

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