Le Grand Syllabus 2016/2017
Required reading : Africa Shoots Back by Melissa Thackway.
plementary perspective they offer : Mali, Southern Africa and Northern Africa. In the end, EU-Africa relations are analysed as a process of interactions and mutual co-construction of two sets of actors in globalization. The teaching is conceived and delivered as a lecture, but questions and inputs from students is highly encouraged. Academic Journals of reference : Politique africaine, International Development, Politique européenne, Journal of Development studies, Journal of European, European Foreign Affairs Review, Journal of Common Market Studies, etc. Useful (ofﬁcial) websites : European Union : http ://wwww.europa.eu.int African Union : http ://www.au.int EU Institute for security studies : http ://www.iss. europa.eu All Africa (aggregator of African media sources) : http ://www.allafrica.com Required reading : Carbone M. (2013), The European Union in Africa : incoherent policies, asymmetrical partnership, declining relevance ?, Manchester, Manchester University Press.
THE EUROPEAN UNION AND AFRICA
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Bastien NIVET (Professeur). Prerequisite : Aucun Pedagogical format : Lecture alone Course validation : Each student will have a total of 3 marks to validate the lecture/seminar, consisting of the following : One research note, to be realised and submitted by groups of 4 students, between the beginning of the semester and lecture 12. The note should amount to 20.000 signs (footnotes and spaces included) and use academic sources (books, articles from academic journals, etc.), as well as sources from the news and media. Two assessments in mid-term and at the end of the term (dates to be conﬁrmed). Course Description : This course intends to provide 2nd year students of the Europe-Afrique programme with an overview of EU-Africa relations, in all their dimensions. The main pedagogical ambition of the lectures is to grant students with a multidisciplinary and cross-thematic knowledge on the EU using EUAfrica as a viewpoint. The lectures present the necessary knowledge and tools for students to develop their own understanding and reﬂections regarding the different interactions, mutual perceptions, challenges, actors and levels of EU-Africa relations in a context of globalization. A ﬁrst part of the lecture covers thematic issues, ranging from development to political or diplomatic and security issues. It insists on the shifting nature and content of EU-Africa relations, not least under the pressure from the international environment. A second part of the lecture, allows to go further by adopting transversal problematics of EUAfrica relations such as regionalization and the analysis of three case studies chosen for the com714
TRAITE EUROPÉENNE, ESCLAVAGE ET ABOLITIONS, DE L'HISTOIRE À LA MÉMOIRE
Semestre : Printemps Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Sébastien LEDOUX (Chercheur). Prérequis : Aucun Format pédagogique : Séminaire Mode de validation : Exposé oral ou ﬁches de lecture et deux épreuves écrites. Méthode pédagogique : Objectifs pédagogiques : Maitrise des aires géographiques concernées, des aspects socio-économiques de la traite transatlantique et de l'esclavage pour l'Afrique et l'Europe, des aspects politiques des mouvements abolitionnistes, des notions autour de la mémoire (histoire/mémoire, mémoire collective/publique, entrepreneurs de mémoire, politique de mémoire, lieux de mémoire).