RESEARCH SEMINAR

Semester 1 2018/2019
September 26 – inaugural lecture
Wednesdays 6pm – 8pm
Room to be confirmed
NOVA FCSH

Doctoral Research Seminar “Islam, Politics and Social Change” | Seminário Optativo de Doutoramento”Islão, Política e Mudanças Sociais” – Enrollment is open | Inscrições abertas

 

Course coordinators
Francisco Freire (PI CAPSAHARA ERC-STG-716467) and Maria Cardeira da Silva (CAPSAHARA Senior Researcher at CRIA – NOVA FCSH, Associate Professor at NOVA FCSH)

Teaching Staff
Francisco Freire
Maria Cardeira da Silva
Enrique Bengochea Tirado (Post-doctoral researcher at CAPSAHARA, CRIA – NOVA FCSH)
Joana Lucas (Post-doctoral researcher at CRIA – NOVA FCSH)
Raquel Gil (Post-doctoral researcher at CRIA – NOVA FCSH)
Ewa Strzelecka (Post-doctoral researcher at CAPSAHARA, CRIA – NOVA FCSH)

 

 

 

WORKSHOP

11 MAY 2018

LISBOA

RESEARCH NOTES FROM NOUAKCHOTT AND TINDOUF: ISLAM, POLITICS AND GENDER IN THE SAHARA

 

Ewa Strzelecka (CRIA/NOVA FCSH)
Enrique Bengochea Tirado (CRIA/NOVA FCSH)
Mariem Baba Ahmed (CRIA/NOVA FCSH)

11 May 2018 | 14h30 > 16h30
Room Multiusos 3, Building ID
NOVA FCSH

ROOM MULTIUSOS 3, ID BUILDING – FCSH

 

PRESENTATION

This seminar will debate presentations from the three CAPSAHARA postdoctoral fellows. Focusing on their ongoing field research, this meeting will work as a tentative methodological platform that should guide future research and writing, after an extensive period of data collection in the western Saharan region. After a presentation by each of the three researchers (centred in Tindouf and Nouakchott), the CAPSAHARA Principal Investigator will open a debate that should highlight the project’s current main topics of research and the structure of future fieldwork. Significant inputs from the local academic community are expected to occur, during the open debate that follows the interventions by the CAPSAHARA team members.

ORGANIZATION
Francisco Freire (CAPSAHARA PI)
AZIMUT – Studies in Arab and Islamic Contexts / CRIA

WORKSHOP

27 SEPTEMBER 2017

LISBOA

GENDER AND THE ISLAM IN THE SAHARA: METHODOLOGICAL AND THEORETICAL FOR FIELD RESEARCH

 

10.00 I Welcome: Introductory note by the project’s PI Francisco Freire

10.10 I Gender in Middle Eastern Contexts. Maria Cardeira da Silva

10.40 I Notes and Reflexions on fieldwork in Mauritania and Morocco. Raquel Gil Carvalheira

11.15 -12.00 I Open discussion

12.30 I Lunch Break

14.00 I Gender and Islam in Mauritania. Francisco Freire

14.30 I Statut De La Femme Saharienne d’Hier À Aujourd’hui (Cas de la Société Bidhan de Mauritanie). Elemine Moustapha

15.30 -16.30 I Open discussion and final considerations

 

ROOM MULTIUSOS 2, EDIFÍCIO ID – FCSH

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WORKSHOP

6 – 9 SEPTEMBER 2017

VALENCIA

ESTADO DE LA CUESTIÓN DE LOS CAMPAMENTOS SAHARAUIS EN TINDUF

Instructors: Juan Carlos Gimeno

Wednesday, 6th September
10:00 – 12:00 I Briefing on the situation in the Sahrawi Refugee Camps
12:00 – 14:00 I Pratical and theoretical guide for ethnographic work in the Sahrawi in the Refugee Camps

Thursday, 7th September
10:00 – 12:00 I Security considerations for conducting fieldwork
12:00 – 14:00 I Logistics and administrative aspects of the Sahrawi Refugee Camps

Friday, 8th September
10:00 – 12:00 I Ethical aspects of fieldwork
12:00 – 14:00 I Strategies for gaining access into the fieldwork

Saturday, 9th September
10:00 – 14:00 I Planing the fieldwork

 

UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID

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