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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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Dictaphone Group: Why the Sea is Mine?

Doant, Silvana (27 nov. 2013)

Why the Sea is Mine© Dictaphone Group Friday, 13 December 2013, Lecture, 19.00-20.00 @ Zico House Why the Sea is Mine? is a lecture by Dictaphone Group in which we share some of the findings from our research as well as our artistic work process from three projects that took place in Lebanon: ‘ ...

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Lucie Ryzova/ University of Oxford: Strolling in Enemy Territory: Contested spaces and spatial practices in Downtown Cairo, a historical analysis

Beirut, Orient-Institut (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 10.30-12.00 @ Mansion Downtown Cairo means many things to many people. To some, its large avenues lined with neoclassical buildings stand as symbols of colonial domination; to others, they represent a bygone era of a cosmopolitan ...

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Konstantin Kastrissianakis/ University of Cambridge: Rethinking Public Space in Beirut since the Ta’if Agreement: From the reconstruction-reconciliation discourse to ‘sphere-building’

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 14.00-16.15 @ Mansion Following the signing of the Ta'if Agreement in 1989, the lack of official memorialisation, the absence of criminal tribunals and the 1991 general war amnesty gave prominence to Beirut’s reconstruction as a ...

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Dictaphone Group: This Sea is Mine

Beirut, Orient-Institut (27 nov. 2013)

This Sea is Mine© Houssam Mchaimech Friday, 13 December 2013, Performance, 10.00-14.00 @ Ain el-Mreisse port This Sea Is Mine is a site-specific live performance that explores the concepts of access to the sea and public space in the city through Beirut’s seafront. The audience is invited to take ...

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Panel discussion with Beirut Municipality: What does Beirut’s Urban Future look like?

Doant, Silvana (20 nov. 2013)

with Bilal Hamad / Mayor of Beirut Amira Solh / Senior Urban Planner, Solidere Pierre Abi Saab / al-Akhbar Omar AbiAzar / Zoukak Theatre Company Rami G. Khouri / Issam Fares Institute (Moderator)

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Maryam Amiri and Esmaeil Izadi / University of Tehran: Tehran Urban Space Under the Rationale of Sales Price

Beirut, Orient-Institut (25 nov. 2013)

Thursday, 12 December 2013, Panel I: Claims and Agency, 14.00-15.30 @ Warehouse We explore the interrelations between law and space, focusing on urban space generated in Tehran under the Urban Density Sales Law. Endorsed by Tehran Municipality in 1990, the law overturned construction density ...

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Mathew Gagné/ University of Toronto: Expanding Queer Spaces in Beirut: Mobile communications technologies and contestations to heteronormative space

Beirut, Orient-Institut (25 nov. 2013)

Friday, 13 December 2013, Panel II: Between Public and Private, 15.00-18.30 @ Zico House Recent histories of neo-liberal governance and reconstruction in Beirut have created new types of public, commercial, and virtual spaces that have opened up to new forms of queer sexualities. Emergent forms of ...

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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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Wrap up: Anton Escher / University of Mainz

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 16.30 @ Mansion Anton Escher is Professor of Geography at the University of Mainz. His main research interests revolve around the social and architectural development of historic cities of the Mediterranean region, the perception ...

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