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challenge ICS 2024-2025
Orientalism and Occidentalism: crossed gazes

 

 

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"Orientalism and Occidentalism: crossed gazes" is the challenge that will be addressed by the researcher team of the ICS during the 2024-25 courses. The proposal seeks to study how the West and the East have seen, explained and represented each other, and to analyze the discourses that have been produced, especially as a result of decolonization and the consequent changes in the identity of nations. This status has generated a plurality of narratives, in which narratives of confrontation and polarization are framed. This wound, which is still open, has led to the emergence of new historical narratives and the reappearance of essentialisms in a more atomized and anarchic form. 

Through this challenge, the roots, structure and uses of these dialectics are analyzed at the political, historical, literary, artistic, linguistic and linguistic levels. educationalfrom an interdisciplinaryapproach

One of the main goals of this challenge is to know how we see, explain and represent the other and how, sometimes, these actions are put at the service of an ideological diary . This provides an opportunity to better understand current identity crises. To achieve this, the different projects will study all the facets of discussion from a rigorous and proactive point of view, far from confrontation and the immediacy of polemics. The overcoming of a narrative binarism that feeds back on itself can only be overcome through a deepening of the study of images and discourses that offers a subtle appreciation of historical and identity narratives.

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Analyze the origin, dissemination and argumentation of identity and essentialist discourses at the religious, cultural and civilizational levels.

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Study the dynamics, notions and dialectics of Empire/Colonies.

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Explore the concept of intergenerational justice in the context of international relations and the colonial past.

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To study the relationship between postcolonial theories and ideologies with the emergence and dissemination of "programs of study cultural" and "identity politics".

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To analyze the cultural heterotopias present in Spain.


 

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The ICS Challenge identifies a research topic with elevated academic impact and social interest that ICS researchers propose and then focus on during the academic year. 

The challenge is also a collective challenge and an opportunity for the entire ICS team researcher that allows:

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Increasing the critical mass of researchers

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To energize the research and the center

 

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Increase internal and external visibility

 

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Create new networks of researcher contacts

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Enabling further research

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Be source of new results of high scientific and social impact.

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The challenge connects with issues that are part of the ICS DNA, such as coexistence in a plural world, legacies for the future and the promotion of human ties and the development . The methodology to be followed consists of the analysis of the circulation of ideas and the transfer of meaning that move from East to West and vice versa, in the different colonial periods and their implications in religion, art, thought, literature, law and politics, always from an interdisciplinary point of view.

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Team

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Coordinator


Javier Gil Guerrero
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Researchers who have joined the challenge

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Montserrat Herrero
Religion and Civil Society

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Raquel Cascales
Religion and Civil Society

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Melkie Akkaraca
Public discourse

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Sarali Gintsburg
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Raul Bajo
NCID

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Ana Belén Martínez
Links, creativity and culture

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Visiting fellows

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Roberto M. Dainotto (Duke University) 

 Roham Alvandi (London School of Economics) 

 Javier Franzé (Complutense University of Madrid) 

 Robert Steele (Austrian Academy of Sciences) 

 Ayse Zarakol (University of Cambridge) 

 Zhand Shakibi (London School of Economics) 

 María José Villaverde (Complutense University of Madrid) 

 Francisco Moscoso García (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) 

 Hassan Boutakka (Hassan II University of Casablanca) 

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Conferences

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Wednesday, September 11
18:30 h.
Roberto M. Dainotto (Duke University, North Carolina, U.S.A.)
"Orienting Europe".
 

Tuesday, September 24th
18:30 h.
Javier Franzé (Complutense University, Madrid)
"Postcolonialism: currents, problems and critiques."
 

Tuesday, October 1st
18:30 h.
María José Villaverde (Complutense University, Madrid)
"Tocqueville, the colonization of Algeria and the 'question of the Orient".
 

Tuesday, October 15
18:30 h.
Robert Steele (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria) 
"The Position of Africa in Iran's Grand Strategy under Mohammad Reza Pahlav".
 

Tuesday, October 29th
12:30 h.
Ayse Zarakol (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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Wednesday, October 30
18:30 h.
Zhand Shakibi (London School of Economics, UK)
"Pahlavi Iran and the Politics of Occidentalism."
 

Tuesday, November 5th
18:30 h.
Roham Alvandi (London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom) 
"Human Rights and the Iranian Revolution".
 

Monday, November 11th
18:30 h.
Martín Ríos (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
"Crossed Gazes on the Conquest of New Spain."
 

Tuesday, November 12th
18:30 h.
Hassan Boutakka (Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco) 
"The role of literary translation in the development of letters and receptor languages."
 

Monday, November 18th
18:30 h.
Francisco Moscoso García (Universidad Autónoma, Madrid).
"Catholic Orientalism in Algeria: 1868-1978. Fr. Yves Alliaume (1900 -1983)."