As part of the sustainability of the IPEV project (2017-2021), coordinated by the FMSH, the Union of Mediterranean Universities (UNIMED) is organizing a capacity building activity for doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers registered in institutions of Higher Education or Research Centers.
As part of the sustainability of the IPEV project (2017-2021), in partnership with the FMSH and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Columbia Global Centers | Amman has co-established a six-month virtual fellowship to support scholars working in the social sciences on themes relating to exiting violence.
From May 18 to June 29, 2021, #IPEVLIVE brought together 25 experts and academics who shared, during 7 discussions, their research topics, conclusions and recommendations aimed at enabling an end to violence in the MENA region. This online discussion series was organized by the FMSH in partnership with Carnegie Corporation of New York as part of the International Panel on Exiting Violence.
This panel will explore the role of memory, memorials, and narratives in sustaining or ending violence in the Middle East North Africa region, with a specific focus on Palestine and Israel.
Teresa Graziano is Assistant Professor of Economic and political geography, Department of Agriculture, Food and Environment, University of Catania (Italy). She obtained a Doctorate in Territorial and Landscape Sciences from the University of Sassari (Italy, 2017) and in Geography from the University of Catania (Italy, 2009).
Title: Public spaces, urban green and digital participatory processes for the sustainable city: Paris as a case study
Luca Muscarà is associate professor of political geography at the University of Molise (Italy), and associate researcher at Pacte, Laboratoire de Sciences Sociales. He has been a visiting professor at UCLA, at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (Istanbul), and at Université Grenoble-Alpes. His research interests focus on the history of geographic thought. In particular, his work on the geography of Jean Gottmann has been internationally recognized.
Title: Jean Gottmann's Iconography of movement
Civil society, youth and academia: a necessary axis for a successful transition in reducing violence in the MENA region