EVENTO – Nationalism and the Market, 21 – 22 June 2018
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Giovedì 21 e venerdì 22 giugno si terrà la conferenza internazionale organizzata dal Centro di ricerca per lo studio della Politica delle ScienzePo (Cevipof) in collaborazione con il Centro di ricerca per la cooperazione internazionale (Cemas) e il laboratorio interdisciplinare di École polytechnique Paris (LinX). L’incontro internazionale è dedicato agli studi sul nesso tra nazionalismo e mercato, ampiamente sotto-studiato e sotto-teorizzato. Il mercato include il nazionalismo in quanto è uno dei tanti articoli disponibili, che consente ai venditori più capaci di conquistare una quota maggiore del mercato. Inoltre, tra i molti prodotti ideologici a disposizione, il nazionalismo è probabilmente il più venduto.

Ciò può portare i ricercatori lungo due percorsi principali a esplorare due serie di domande correlate: in primo luogo, come il nazionalismo in differenti declinazioni e identità nazionali hanno ispirato il libero mercato? In secondo luogo, in che modo il nazionalismo ha approfittato del mercato? Saranno questi i temi e le prospettive affrontate durante la conferenza, che mira a disfare e analizzare la relazione tra la nazione e il mercato, con un’attenzione sia storica che contemporanea, senza limiti geografici.

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Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, ground floor | Room 4th

Thu. 21st June

10.30 opening – Welcome Addresses

11.00 Session 1 – Chair (Vincent Martigny)

  • Oliver Zimmer (Oxford University), The end of the Space Age? Why nationalism keeps selling
  • Jaime Lluch (University of Puerto Rico), The market and the strategies for secessionism and non-secession adopted by substate national movements
  • Carsten Humlebæk (Copenhagen Business School), Nation-building and nation-branding, friends or foes?

 

12.15 SESSION 2 – Chair (Luìs Tomé)

  • Christian-Pierre Ghillebaert (University of Lille), Quenching a thirst for nationalism: the incidental role of traditional taverns in the expansion of Flemish nationalism
  • Zaheer Kazmi (Queen’s University Belfast), Islamism beyond nationalism. The transnational ideology of free market Islam
  • Alfred Tovias (Hebrew University), Are single supranational markets being questioned?

 

13.30 LUNCH at “Aviatore” Restaurant

15.00 SESSION 3 – Chair (Daniele Conversi)

  • Joel Chong (SOAS), Material Nationalism: Envisioning the Post-Cultural Nation
  • Philip Dingeldey (Greifswald University), Rousseau, Fichte and the Possibility to Control the Market
  • Thomas Richard (Auvergne University), Selling the nation: national narratives in museum shops in the Middle East;
  • Szabolcs Pogonyi (CEU, Budapest), The return of the national in the age of global markets

 

16.30 SESSION 4 – Chair (Vincent Martigny)

  • Daniele Conversi (University of Basque Country), Markets, nationalism and the Anthropocene
  • Thomas Jeffrey Miley (University of Cambridge), State, Nation and the Market in the era of neoliberalism, the war on terror, and the Anthropocene
  • Peter Rutland (Wesleyan University), The political economy of nationalism in the 21st century

17.30 END OF DAY 1

20.00 SOCIAL DINNER at Gazeebo of “Aviatore” Restaurant

Rectorate building, ground floor | Conference Room “Organi Collegiali”

Fri. 22nd June

10.00 SESSION 5 – Chair (Adriano Cirulli)

  • Mateo Ballester Rodriguez (Complutense University, Madrid), Xenophobia and economic protection as major factors in the early development of the Spanish national identity
  • Marius Benta (George Barițiu History Institute), How to build walls that sell. Notes on the commodification of national identity
  • Vincent Martigny (Ecole polytechnique, Paris), Cultural nationalism and the Market in France: an Ambivalent Relationship

11.30 SESSION 6 – Chair (Andrea Carteny)

  • Zsombor Csata (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca), Economic aspects of the increasing ethnic parallelism in Transylvania, Romania
  • Edward Quish (Cornell University, Ithaca, New York), New Capitalism, democracy and the cooperative commonwealth: The foundations of populist thought in the United States, 1866-1896
  • Filipe Vasconcelos Romao (Autonomous University of Lisbon), The economic crisis and the national cleavage in Catalonia
  • Daniel Pommier (Sapienza University of Rome), Oil and Homeland: nationalistic discourse on market integration
  • Rana Daroogheh (Durham University), The Commercialization of National Heritage: the Iranian Case Study

 

13.15 LUNCH at “Aviatore” Restaurant

14.30 SESSION 7 – Book panel

  • Informal Nationalism After Communism: The Everyday Construction of Post-Socialist Identities (I.B.Taurus 2017)
  • Identity and Nation Building in Everyday Post-Socialist Life (Routledge 2018)

eds by Abel Polese, Jeremy Morris, Emilia Pawlusz, Oleksandra Seliverstova

  • Participation of the editors and authors.

 

15.30 CONCLUDING REMARKS

16.30 END OF CONFERENCE