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Koloma Beck: Theorising normalisation in/of armed conflict

Beck, Teresa Koloma (1 déc. 2012)

In the last presentation, Teresa Koloma Beck proposed a conceptual framework for studying the everyday of violent conflict. She argued that any attempt in this direction should be based on a thorough understanding of the everyday as such. She pointed out that in social science research, the everyday ...

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Miriam Aced: Lebanon. Beauty and Beast

Beck, Teresa Koloma (29 nov. 2012)

Miriam Aced discussed the role of consumerism and aesthetic self-improvement in postwar Lebanon. She presented evidence from field research, which shows a society obsessed with appearances, consumerism and instant gratification. This can be seen in excessive nightlife, the social importance of ...

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Raghav Sharma: The Afghan Conflict (1992-1996). Effects of Ethnic Conflicts in Everyday

Beck, Teresa Koloma (29 nov. 2012)

Based on Rogers Brubakers work on nation-building, Raghav Sharma traced the transformation of ethnic relations in Afghanistan. He argued that the violent conflict let to a consolidation of ethnic divisions and identities in a country, in which social boundaries have traditionally been fuzzy: ...

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Bettina Engels: Rebels at Work in Northern Côte d'Ivoire

Beck, Teresa Koloma (29 nov. 2012)

Bettina Engels situated her presentation within the research field of armed group studies. Influential for her own research has been research on "rebel governance" especially from political science and peace and conflict studies, as well as research on the social anthropology of the state. She ...

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Teresa Koloma Beck: Armed Groups as Lifeworlds

Beck, Teresa Koloma (29 nov. 2012)

Stephan Malthaner, who had been scheduled as the second speaker in the first panel, unfortunately had to cancel his participation. Related Publication: Malthaner, Stefan. 2011. Mobilizing the faithful. Militant islamist groups and their constituencies. Frankfurt/Main [et al.]: Campus. Teresa Koloma ...

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Martin Fuchs: Übersetzung zwischen Universalisierung und Lokalität. Kämpfe indischer Dalit und urban poor um Menschenrechte und Menschenwürde

Beck, Teresa Koloma (29 nov. 2012)

In the evening speech, Martin Fuchs discussed the problem of human rights and dignity in socially marginalised groups, in a theoretical as well as empirical perspective. Theoretically, he employed the concept of translation to discuss how local struggles connect to universal discourses. Empirically, ...

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Friederike Mieth: Coexistence during civil war. Combatants and civilians in Sierra Leone

Beck, Teresa Koloma (30 nov. 2012)

At the beginning of her presentation on civil war coexistence in Sierra Leone, Friederike Mieth pointed out that the term coexistence has to be understood relatively. The notion suggests the pre-existence of different groups, which in Sierra Leone was not the case. In the context of the presentation ...

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Sayed Asef Hossaini: Armed conflict and social changes in Afghanistan's rural communities

Beck, Teresa Koloma (30 nov. 2012)

In his presentation, Asef Hossaini discussed the transformation of rural elites among Afghans during the period of Soviet war, with a focus on the impact of the armed conflict on structures of traditional rule. At the beginning, however, he emphasised, that Afghanistan cannot be described as a " ...

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Workshop Programme

Beck, Teresa Koloma (21 nov. 2012)

29. November 2012 Welcome and opening words Florian Hoffmann, Willy Brandt School, Erfurt University  Introduction Teresa Koloma Beck, Willy Brandt School, Erfurt University Panel I: Everyday life in/of armed groups Chair: Wolfgang Muno, Willy Brandt School, Erfurt University “Rebels at work in ...

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Susanne Buckley-Zistel: Researching normalisation in/of armed conflict

Beck, Teresa Koloma (30 nov. 2012)

Susanne Buckley-Zistel started her presentation, by characterising field research as a method, which is particular challenging as it means gathering data under conditions in which one gives up familiar levels of control. I. e. it involves confrontations with the unknown. The "field" in conflict ...

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