International conference : Oil Imperialism? Energy and Political Power from a Global Perspective

Quand :
4 November 2016 @ 9 h 30 min – 5 November 2016 @ 16 h 00 min
2016-11-04T09:30:00+01:00
2016-11-05T16:00:00+01:00
Où :
Maison de la Recherche, Amphithéatre
28 Rue Serpente
75006 Paris-6E-Arrondissement
France

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Friday, 4th of November


Amphitheatre, Sorbonne University, Maison de la Recherche – Rue Serpente

9h30 Welcome
Prof. Barthélémy Jobert, President of the Sorbonne University

9h30-9h40 Opening
Prof. Eric Bussière (Sorbonne University, Director of the Labex EHNE)

9h40-10h00 Introduction to the Theme “Oil Imperialism”
Prof. Alain Beltran (CNRS, UMR Sirice 8138)

10h00-10h20 Coffee/tea break

Panel 1 : Oil, Empire, and International Relations

10h20-12h20 Chair : Prof. Youssef Cassis, European University Institute

Guillemette Crouzet, Graduate Institute, Geneva
British Oil Imperialism in Bakhtiaristan at the Beginning of the 20th Century

Benjamin Bengobeyi, University Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne
Le Pétrole une arme ? L’Irak et la libération de la Nation arabe : l’exemple de la guerre du Kippour

Victor McFarland, University of Missouri
Oil, Empire, and the U.S. Role in the Gulf

Emily Meierding, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
Oil vs. Islands : Disentangling the Causes of Conflict in the East China Sea

12h20-14h20 Lunch, Club des Enseignants
Site: Sorbonne

Panel 2 : State and Corporate Power : National and Multinational Oil Companies

14h20-16h20 Chair : Prof. Jean-Pierre Dormois, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux

Marta Musso, European University Institute
Hunting grounds for their monopoly : France, Italy and the State oilmen

Touraj Atabaki, Leiden University
Labour and the Birth of Oil Capitalism : The Emergence of Oil Imperialism in the First World War

Kevin Wunsthorn, University Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne
Entre rivalité et coopération : la Compagnie française des pétroles face à l’impérialisme pétrolier anglo-saxon dans le golfe Arabo-Persique

16h20-16h40 Coffee/tea break

16h40-17h40 Keynote Address : Prof. Myrna Santiago, Saint Mary’s College
Oil Imperialism and Its Discontents
Chair : Barbara Curli, University of Turin

19h30 Conference dinner for participants
Restaurant : La Ferrandaise.

Saturday, 5th of November


Amphitheatre, Sorbonne University, Maison de la Recherche – Rue Serpente

Panel 3 : Oil, Anti-Imperialism, and Decolonization

9h30-11h00 Chair : Prof. Phillipe Chassaigne, University Bordeaux Montaigne

Giuliano Garavini, New York University Abu Dhabi OPEC
The Making of an Anti-Imperial Organisation

Elisabetta Bini, University of Trieste Decolonizing Labor
American Politics and the Rise of Oil Nationalism in Libya, 1960s-1980s

Philippe Tristani, Agrégé d’histoire, Sorbonne University
L’Iraq National Oil Company contre l’Iraq Petroleum Company de 1961 à 1972. Le rôle de la compagnie nationale irakienne des pétroles dans la lutte contre l’impérialisme

Katayoun Shafie, UCL London, Institute of Advanced Studies
Long-Distance Machineries of Oil : Managing Nationalism, Combating Nationalization in Iran

11h30-13h30 Lunch, Club des Enseignants
Site : Sorbonne

Panel 4 : Oil Companies, the State, and the Future of Oil Imperialism in a Postcolonial World

13h30-15h30 Chair : Prof. Alain Beltran (CNRS, UMR Sirice 8138)

Duccio Basosi, Ca’ Foscari University
Venice Oil, Dollars, and Power : Petrodollar Recycling Revisited

Francesco Petrini, University of Padua
“Jumped on the Boat of a Territorialist Organization”: Oil Multinationals and State Power in the 20th Century

Simone Selva, University
“L’Orientale”, Naples Transnational Capital Markets and Development Policies in the 1970s : Oil Shocks, the Rise of Energy Finance, and the Reshaping of U.S. Foreign Economic Relations in Latin America

15h30-15h50 Concluding remarks
Victor McFarland, University of Missouri

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