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Hiba Bou Akar/ Hampshire College: Beirut’s Geographies of the ‘War Yet to Come’

Beirut, Orient-Institut (25 nov. 2013)

Thursday, 12 December 2013, Panel I: Claims and Agency, 10.30-12.45 @ Warehouse This paper discusses how Beirut’s post civil war peripheries, previously conceived as poor and informal, have been transformed through contested planning exercises by religious political organizations into frontiers of ...

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Abir Saksouk-Sasso / Architect and Urbanist: Contesting National Authority in the Construction of Public Space: the making of communal spaces in Beirut

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 14.00-16.15 @ Mansion Since the end of the Lebanese civil war, Beirut has been undergoing new forms of ‘controlling’ public space. It has witnessed the gradual disappearance of coastal lands accessed by the public, as well as ...

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Laban – Live Lactic Culture (Masar Theatre)

Doant, Silvana (27 nov. 2013)

© Laban Thursday, 12 December 2013, Improvisational theatre, 19.00 @ Orient Institut Beirut (OIB) Masar Theatre is a participatory, improvisation-based, socio-political theatre format invented by Laban. It was invented to meet the need of having a theatre-based tool for interventions in communities ...

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Panel II: Between Public and Private

Beirut, Orient-Institut (27 nov. 2013)

Friday, 13 December 2013, 15.00-18.30 @ Zico House Despite its historical contingency, the concept of a public space remains a powerful utopia that is strongly connected to the idea of a political space and to individual citizenship. As empty signifier a dichotomy of public and private continues to ...

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Divercities Publication now online!

Beirut, Orient-Institut (9 janv. 2016)

OIS 3 (2015) - Divercities: Competing Narratives and Urban Practices in Beirut, Cairo and Tehran, edited by Nadia von Maltzahn and Monique Bellan Rapid urbanization, demographic change, antagonistic political and economic interests and the diversity of cultural patterns have impacted and continue to ...

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Roman Stadnicki/ CEDEJ: The Emergence of Urban Activism in Cairo since the 2011 Revolution

Beirut, Orient-Institut (25 nov. 2013)

Thursday, 12 December 2013, Panel I: Claims and Agency, 10.30-12.45 @ Warehouse Since the 2011 revolution we are witnessing a powerful growth of urban activism in Egypt, especially in Cairo. This paper will examine conditions for the emergence of this particular form of activism at the political, ...

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divercities trailer

Beirut, Orient-Institut (7 déc. 2013)

CREDITS Trailer: Rami Nihawi Music from Khat Thaleth Film material from: Inverted Worlds: Congress on Cultural Motion in the Arab Region, OIB 2012 The children of the 10th district of Tehran by Mani Memarsadeghi (2012) This Sea is Mine by Dictaphone Group With thanks to Azam Khatam, Akram Rayess & ...

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Panel III Open Air Spaces of Gathering - Videos now online

Beirut, Orient-Institut (27 janv. 2014)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, 10.00-16.30 @ Mansion Watch videos of some of the presentations below! Open air spaces, whether designed for leisure purposes or as busy city squares, often serve as public meeting places that can acquire a more specific significance for the assertion of citizen rights ...

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Panel Discussion: What does Beirut’s urban future look like?

Beirut, Orient-Institut (27 nov. 2013)

Thursday, 12 December 2013, 16.00-17.30 @ Warehouse with Bilal Hamad / Mayor of Beirut Amira Solh / Senior Urban Planner, Solidere Zaven Kouyoumdjian / Television Host, Producer and Media Consultant Omar AbiAzar / Zoukak Theatre Company Rami G. Khouri / Issam Fares Institute (Moderator)

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Maïa Sinno / Sorbonne University and CEDEJ: The ‘Gulfization’ of the Cairo Downtown ‘Corniche’ behind Differentiating Social Practices?

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 14.00-16.15 @ Mansion This study focuses on the case of Cairo’s downtown corniche, which was originally designed as an urban showcase of Cairo, influenced by the perception of the Gulf countries way of life. Over the last ...

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