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31 mai : Post-Conference of the ICA Public Diplomacy Interest Group “Disruption in Public Diplomacy. Emerging Research and Changing Practices”

Thématique(s) de recherche : Publication et communication scientifique

mai 31 @ 9 h 15 min - 17 h 00 min
Maison de la recherche – INALCO, 2 rue de Lille
Paris, 75007 France
Dates : Mardi 31 mai 2022 – 09:1517:00
Lieu : Auditorium Dumézil – Inalco, 2 rue de Lille 75007 Paris
Post-Conference of the ICA Public Diplomacy Interest Group 

“Disruption in Public Diplomacy. Emerging Research and Changing Practices”

Sponsors: Université Paris Nanterre, DICEN-IDF Laboratory, ANR Collabora Project, Culture Media Lab, Institut National des langues et civilisations orientales (INALCO), PLIDAM Laboratory

Since the number of places is limited, please register for physical or online attendance.
 

09:15 – 09.30
Welcome Coffee

09:30 – 09.45
Welcome & Introduction
Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University; Chair, ICA Public Diplomacy Interest Group)
Marta Severo (University of Paris Nanterre, Deputy Director of the Dicen-IDF laboratory)

09:45 – 11:45
“Emerging Scholars and New Research Directions in Public Diplomacy”
Chair: R.S. Zaharna (American University)

Isabelle Karlsson (Lund University, Sweden) Topic: Developing an understanding of (contesting) publics: the case of Sweden’s public diplomacy and feminist foreign policy.

Osama S. Albishri (University of Florida, US) Topic: Did Their Words Matter? A Study of 40 Years of the U.S.-Iran Relationship and Rhetoric in the Context of U.S. Elections

İlknur Gümüş (Nisantasi University, Turkey) Topic: Digital Cultural Diplomacy: Netflix Platform

Denis Kolesnyk (Laboratoire Dicen-IDF, France). Topic: Winning at Russian Hybrid Warfare in Poland: Myth or Reality

Alicia Fjällhed (Lund University, Sweden). Topic: A Strategic Research Agenda for the Study of Disinformation in Public Diplomacy

Felicia Istad (Korea University, Seoul). Topic: Intent and Motivation Among Non-State Actors in Public Diplomacy (online presentation)

Matt Erlandsen (Santiago de Chile). Topic: Why Are You so Obsessed With Me? Online Incivility Against Women Diplomats (online presentation)

Respondents: The PhD presentations will be matched with senior scholars

11:45 – 13:15 Lunch break – outdoor picnic (Pique-nique place Jardin de Tuileries / Pont des Arts)

13:15 – 14:45
Round table discussion “Reflections on Public Diplomacy and the war in Ukraine”
Moderator: Steve Pike (Syracuse University)
Participants: Nicholas Cull (University of Southern California), Nadia Kaneva (University of Denver), Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University), Ilan Manor (Tel Aviv University), Zhao Alexandre Huang (Paris Nanterre University), Mylène Hardy (INALCO), Olivier Arifon (Catholic University of Lille)

14.45 – 15:15 Coffee break

15:15 – 16:45
“Cultural and Digital Diplomacy”
Moderator: Ilan Manor (Tel Aviv U)
Participants: Amb. Simona-Mirela Miculescu (Délégation permanente de la Roumanie auprès de l’UNESCO), Delphine Gamburg, (Ministre-Conseiller, Israel’s Embassy to France), Vered Heller (Cultural Attache, Israel’s Embassy to France), Paul Chaine (Château de Versailles), Professor Christian Lequesne (Science Po)

16:45 – Closing remarks
Phillip Arceneaux (Miami U, Secretary of ICA Public Diplomacy Interest Group)
Steve Pike (Syracuse University, incoming Chair of ICA Public Diplomacy Interest Group)

Post-conference organizers:
Alina Dolea (Bournemouth U)
Zhao Alexandre Huang (Paris Nanterre U)
Ilan Manor (Tel Aviv U),
Phillip Arceneaux (Miami U)
Mylène Hardy (INALCO)