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This conference proposes to provide a state-of-the-art on the shifting relationship between students, universities and knowledge production in the Maghrib, from the mid-twentieth century to the present. An acknowledgement of receipt will be sent to researchers as soon as all the required documents have been received.
Research to date has tended to fall into three broad categories, each with its own chronological focus and preferred disciplinary approaches: First, there has been a focus on students as political actors in nationalist politics in the colonial period, and then in opposition forces during the first decades of independence. Second, scholars have studied universities as an illustration of state modernization policies and a theatre of political struggles. Third, the links between universities and knowledge production have been examined, by looking back at past production and by formulating proposals for the reform of this institution. This conference seeks to bring together these questions from public debate and academic traditions and establish a research agenda for the coming years in the Maghrib. The selected participants will be informed by 30 March 2018.
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Globalization: challenges of knowledge production and Maghribi universities within the context of an increasingly globalized research community. Guerid, L’Exception algérienne: la modernisation à l’épreuve de la société (Casbah, 2007). Remaoun, Savoirs historiques au Maghreb: construction et usages (CRASC, 2006).Participants will be encouraged to consider the Maghrib as a whole when thinking and writing about students, universities and knowledge production, examining what new questions might emerge from considering other case studies, seeking out connections across the region and going beyond explicit or implicit narratives of national exceptionalism. The aim of this conference is to share experiences, datasets and research methodologies in a multidisciplinary framework, favoring comparisons across chronological timeframes and geographical spaces. A final version of the paper (which should last 20 minutes) should be sent by .In doing so, we hope to stimulate creative thinking about the complex relationship between students, universities and knowledge production that will in turn reinforce rigorous academic research. For further information, please contact [email protected] C. Henry, UGEMA : Union Générale des Étudiants Musulmans d’Algériens (1955-1962), Témoignages, (Éditions Casbah, 2010) ; S. Entelis, ‘Ideological change and an emerging counterculture in Tunisian politics’, Journal of Modern African Studies 12:4 (1974); P.Implementation of the LMD (Bachelors/Master/Doctorate) system. The university as forum: the university as a social space and place of knowledge.  Collaborations between historians at CRASC (Oran), Mohamed V (Rabat) and Diraset, Etudes Maghrébines (Tunis) have demonstrated the advantage of cross-national comparisons, e.g. You can post your profile, use advanced search, send and receive messages absolutely free.