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LINGUIST List 22.1710

Mon Apr 18 2011

Confs: Sociolinguistics/France

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        1.     Fred Hailon Arnaud Richard , Le Discours Politique Identitaire

Message 1: Le Discours Politique Identitaire
Date: 16-Apr-2011
From: Fred Hailon Arnaud Richard <discours.politiquegmail.com>
Subject: Le Discours Politique Identitaire
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Le Discours Politique Identitaire

Date: 06-May-2011 - 07-May-2011
Location: Montpellier, France
Contact: Arnaud Richard
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

Programme de la Journée d’étude « Le discours politique identitaire »

6-7 mai 2011 – Montpellier

Université Montpellier 3, Salle Camproux, Maison des étudiants

Programme Journée d’étude « Le discours politique identitaire »


La matinée du vendredi 6 mai 2011 :

Accueil (8h30-9h)

- 9h00-9h45 : Laurent Bazin (Université de Versailles) : Un plus un égale... un ?
Culture et identité dans le discours politique contemporain.

- 9h45-10h30 : Camille Ricaud et Arnaud Richard (Université de Montpellier) :
Les discours racistes ou les techniques politiques de subjectivation selon Michel Foucault.

Pause café

- 11h00-11h45 : Mazzega Matthieu (Université de Grenoble) : De la construction
ordinaire des argumentations antiracistes (De la justification à la disqualification).

- 11h45-12h30 : Fred Hailon (Université de Tours) : Portée idéologique de
l’hétérogène : la figure de l’immigré dans la presse française.


L’après-midi du vendredi 6 mai 2011 :

- 14h-14h45 : Louis-Marie Kakdeu (Université de Yaoundé) : Etude transversale des discours politiques identitaires en Afrique Noire Francophone.

- 14h45-15h30 : Sophie-Hélène Goulet (Université de Metz) : L’identité nationale québécoise, entre le « Nous » et le « Eux », selon la crise des accommodements raisonnables au Québec depuis 2006.

Pause café

- 16h-16h45 : Stéphanie Pahud (Université de Lausanne) : Sortir de la politique-
fiction. Analyse textuelle des modalités de communication d’un parti nationaliste suisse.

- 16h45-17h30 : Monica Colombo (Université de Milano-Bicocca) et John E. Richardson (Université de New Castle) : Identité nationale et insécurité dans le discours anti-immigration : une analyse de la propagande du Front National.


La matinée du samedi 7 mai 2011 :

- 9h-9h45 : Delphine Giuliani (Université de Bretagne) : Le discours racialisant dans lecorpus IntUne : l’exemple de l’Islam.

- 9h45-10h30 : Émilie Devriendt (Université de Toulon) : La formule identité nationale dans le discours social français (1990-2010.)

Pause café

- 11h-11h45 : Pierre Ratinaud et Pascal Marchand (Université de Toulouse) : L’identité nationale : l’alibi du débat.

- 11h45-12h30 : discussion


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