BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN PRODID:adamgibbons/ics METHOD:PUBLISH X-PUBLISHED-TTL:PT1H BEGIN:VEVENT UID:RXcAIGqUs0nXqA6qNW0Y3 SUMMARY:The Lausanne Moment 100 Years On: Interdisciplinary Interventions DTSTAMP:20231128T111851Z DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20231109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20231111 DESCRIPTION:A century after the signing of the Lausanne Treaty and the forc ed population exchanges it endorsed\, the Lausanne moment continues to sha pe international politics and debates surrounding sovereignty\, migration\ , security\, and identity. While the Lausanne Treaty is one of the few tre aties of the interwar period that have withstood the passage of time\, per ceptions of the Treaty have been less stable. The “unmixing” of communitie s\, considered a valid peace-making tool in 1923 has come to be seen as mu tual “ethnic cleansing.” Meanwhile in Turkey\, fierce debate swirls around whether Lausanne should be considered a Turkish ‘victory’ or a ‘defeat’.\ nIn Greece aspects of the treaty\, such as the jurisdiction of the mufti t o apply Sharia law in Western Thrace have faced solid legal criticism. Eve n as regional stability appears to be under threat\, many insist that the treaty is a bastion of peace not to be touched. Discussion of the revisabi lity (or not) of the treaty was enough to create a Greek-Turkish diplomati c incident. The conference aims to bridge the divide isolating the discipl ines that have addressed the Lausanne treaty. URL: LOCATION:offline ORGANIZER;CN=The Lausanne END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR