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Séminaires CREC 2017-2018 - Centre de Civilisation en Recherches Britanniques


David Fée responsable du Centre de Recherches en Civilisation britannique (CREC)


Le séminaire CREC a lieu le premier mardi de chaque mois (sauf exception liée au calendrier universitaire) de 16H00 à 18H00

  • 4 juin 2019
Brexit Negotiations: A Hard Bargain or Soft Consensus Ahead?
avec Filipa Figueira, Lecturer in EU Politics & Economics à University College London

Horaire : 16H-18H
Lieu : Salle Claude-Simon, Maison de la Recherche, 4 rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

  • 5 février 2019
Who's Afraid of 'Ghetto schools' ? Bussing, Race and Urban Space in England (1960s-1980s)
Avec Olivier Esteves de l'université de Lille

Dispersal, or 'bussing', was introduced in England in the early-1960s after white parents expressed concerns that the sudden influx of non-Anglophone South Asian children was holding back their own children's education. It consisted in sending busloads of mostly Asian children to predominantly white suburban schools in an effort to 'spread the burden' and to promote linguistic and cultural integration. Although seemingly well-intentioned, dispersal proved a failure: it was based on racial identity rather than linguistic deficiency and ultimately led to an increase in segregation, as bussed pupils were daily confronted with racial bullying in dispersal schools. This is the first ever book on English bussing, based on an in-depth study of local and national archives, alongside interviews with formerly-bussed pupils decades later.

Horaire : 16H-18H
Lieu : Salle Claude-Simon, Maison de la Recherche, 4 rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris
  • 29 janvier 2019
Europe and Northern Ireland’s Future: Negotiating Brexit’s Unique Case
Avec Mary C. Murphy (University College Cork)

Northern Ireland has belatedly been to the forefront of the UK-EU Brexit negotiations. Avoiding the creation of a Brexit-related hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has become a lightning rod for political stalemate, confusion, disagreement and tension. This lecture will document how and why the ‘Irish question’ has become such an entrenched and divisive issue during the Brexit negotiations. The limited attention paid to Northern Ireland during the EU referendum campaign will be documented, and the myriad economic and political consequences of Brexit for Northern Ireland will be analysed. This lecture will argue that if Northern Ireland’s future is to be safeguarded, there is a necessity to contemplate unique or special Brexit arrangements for the region. These may be unpalatable (particularly for British and Northern Ireland unionists), but they nevertheless represent a means to stave off more widespread and damaging economic, political and constitutional instability for Northern Ireland, the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

Horaire : 16h-18h
Lieu : Salle Mezzanine, Maison de la Recherche, 4 rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

  • 4 décembre 2018
The House of Commons at war: Past, present and future perspectives
Avec James Strong (Queen Mary, University of London)
Date : 16h-18h
Lieu : Salle Claude Simon, Maison de la Recherche, 4 rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

  • 2 octobre 2018
Irish Labour and the Home Rule question, 1870-1914
Organisation : Professor Emmet O' Connor, Ulster University, Magee College
Date : 15h-17h
Lieu : Maison de la recherche de l'université Paris 3- Sorbonne Nouvelle, 4 rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris
Salle Athéna

  • 14 juin 2018
Matt Beech, Université de Hull, From Blair to Brexit: A Story of Cultural Conflicts
  • 10 avril 2018
Nicholas Startin, University of Bath, Le rôle des médias britanniques dans la campagne autour du Brexit

15-17h, Salle 16, Institut du Monde Anglophone, 5 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine - 75006 Paris
  • 6 mars 2018
Kristina Polder, Matrimony in the True Church: The Seventeenth-Century Quaker Marriage Approbation Discipline

15-17h, Salle 16, Institut du Monde Anglophone, 5 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine - 75006 Paris


mise à jour le 3 juin 2019

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Centre de Recherches en Civilisation britannique (CREC)
Institut du Monde Anglophone
Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3,
5 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine
75006 Paris, France

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