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History of Mésopotamia
Programme for 2006-2007: I. The archives of Alammush-nasir. — II. Texts on the history of Syria in the third millennium.
Art and war: the Syrian case
In Syria, the local art scene was quite remarkable a few months before the February 2011 uprisings. Together with the early stages of Arab modernity in the second half of the nineteenth century and supported during the baathist period by strong investments by the political authorities, Damascus had...
Leon Heuzey, Jacques Heuzey — History of Costume in classical antiquity. The East. Egypt, Mésopotamia, Syria, Phenicia. Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 1935
Ronzéle Sébastien. Leon Heuzey, Jacques Heuzey — History of Costume in classical antiquity. The East. Egypt, Mésopotamia, Syria, Phenicia. Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 1935. In: Mixtures of St Joseph University, Volume 19, 1935 pp. 146-147.
Symposium: ‘War and displacement of people. Cross-looking at Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’, 8-9 April 2015, Paris
The war has always been a major cause of movements of troops and civilian populations, making it widely shared. The arrival of war zones in Iraq and Syria in Europe is the last example of this figure. On the other hand, the reasons, forms, effects and conquencies of these wartime placements have var...
Iraqi Refugees in Syria
Paper Prepared for the Migration and Refugee movements in the Middle East and North Africa. The Forced Migration & Refugee Studies Program. The American University in Cairo, Egypt. October 23-25, 2007<br />Disponible à : http://www.aucegypt.edu/ResearchatAUC/rc/cmrs/Pages/meeting.aspx Syria has host...
Metal ceramics in the upper Khabur: the addition of new data from surveys
In old Bronze in Mésopotamie du Nord, so-called ‘metal ceramics’ is a digitally low but exceptionally high quality production. The article presents an unprecedented series of this ceramics, resulting from surveys in Upper Khabur in Syrian Djézireh. A morpho-typological classification allows comparis...
Territorial configurations in the Middle East Territorial configurations in the Middle East: State, non-state and strategic actors on Turkey’s border with Syria and Iraq
Under the bridge
I arrived in France in 2015 as a refugee from Syria to my old friend, the author and director Abdulrahman Khallouf. We studied together at the High Institute of Dramatic Art in Damascus. We found many dreams and projects on art and theatre in particular. These dreams flourished again and a new artis...
Leveraged bilateralism : Franco-Syrian relations under President Chirac's two periods in office (1995-2007)
The objective of the present thesis is, through the use of renewed documentation, to understand the relationship between a medium-sized, global power, active in the Middle-East, and a medium-sized Arab power. The beginning of Jacques Chirac’s presidency in 1995 corresponded to the implementation of...
With anti-arms trade pictures
Fig. 1: Stencil 2016: Clara. The DEN LINKE magazine in the Bundestag, No 39, 2016, Cover. Tanks and rockets in one direction; Man, woman and two children, the hand-in-hand and ducated in the opposite direction — this abstract Stencil from 2016 assembled from different symbols has been made concrete...
ENS Arab Week, 2014 edition — Paris, 04-11/04/2014
The Arab Week returns to the Higher Normal School from 4 to 11 April 2014, with an exciting topical and cross-cutting theme: Territories AND FRONTIERES While the ‘Arab revolutions’ in Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and elsewhere continue to be marked by the importance of political movements and human displac...
The ‘maker of the enemy’ in a totalitarian system. The Syrian case (1946-2014)
By studying two revolutionary moments in Syrian history (1979-1982 and 2011-2014), this article provides a comparative analysis of the ‘enemy construction’ processes in an authoritarian environment. The ‘Assad system’, since Hafez took power in 1970, has based its survival strategy on the systematic...
Hope for desperate people: a reflection on the conflict in Syria
The finding of Syrian chaos leads the author to an analysis of its cyclical elements, but also of the causes inherent in the nature of the regime. While the conclusion remains lucid about how long it will take for the country to recover, this is done by making democratisation inevitable.
‘span style = 'font-style: Italic; Christian bDrama or how to speak politically in Syria
The Syrian revolution introduced a radical change in ethnographic terrain and highlighted the sociological difficulty in grasping social and political recomposition. By rereading the biography of the members of a Christian family of three generations, this article aims to highlight how historical po...
Ravage and carnage of contemporary subjectivites : radical postures and metapsychology of chaos
Our work will be built around a central hypothesis : The unheard echo found by the narrative and scopic plot proposed by ISIS, is explained by its adequacy with the pangs of contemporary subjectivities. It is thus a question of studying the conditions of this encounter which captures the subject, wa...
Seminar: Mr Eychenne, “City and campaign at the time of mamelouke (...)”, 23/03/2021, online
In the framework of the Medieval Islam History and Archaeology Seminar, common to the Paris 1 Universities, Sorbonne University and the medieval Islam team of the UMR 8167 East and Mediterranean: Mathieu Eychenne, will present an aspect of his research on rural areas in medieval Syria through a comm...
Why study the hares of the Middle East?
among the species present in the Holocene macrofaunes in Syria are often remains of hares, but still in small quantities. Their importance in terms of the quantity of meat supplied is therefore very minimal. So why insist on a precise specific determination? Simply because the two species found in t...
Heraclès mosaic discovered in Homs (Central Syria)
Michael Decker, Tilling the Hateful Earth. Agricultural Production and Trade in the Late Antique East
in scientific literature on the archaeology of Roman and protobyzantine Syria-Palestine, it has become an agarming and unconstructive custom to complain about the state of our knowledge of the rural world and, in particular, of ancient agriculture. But is what was entirely permissible in the time of...
Syria rewrites the chemical weapons convention
This document analyses Syria’s access to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) in the framework of the Decision of the Executive Council of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) of 27 September and the UN Security Council resolution of the same day. Both arise as a result o...
The Bilād al-Šām facing the outside worlds
for several centuries, the Bilād al-Šām was the scene of numerous military dispatches which brought about profound changes in the geopolitical balance of the region. From the end of the 20th century, the Levant countries faced two types of attackers: the crossroads, who took over Jerusalem in 1099,...
¿hacia una UNIFIL 3?
The situation between Hezbollah and Israel is experiencing one of the most stable periods since the establishment of the United Nations Interim Force for Lebanon, known as UNIFIL 2, in August 2006 under UN Security Council resolution 1701. However, the turmoil of the conflict that is shacking Syria...
Contradictions in the use of chemical weapons in Syria
On 19 March 2013, the Syrian government and the rebel opposition accused each other of a chemical attack on the population near the city of Aleppo. The incident resulted in 25 fatalities and many injuries. The compound used according to Syrian sources could be chlorine. This has marked an escalation...
: The Conflict between Syria and Iraq, 1968-1989