Workshop of the Research Program Mediterranean Reconfigurations, Paris la Sorbonne, 18-20/06/2015

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Elements of proof and commercial litigations in the Mediterranean (15th – 19th century), organized by Francisco Apellániz, Yavuz Aykan, Rémi Dewière, Wolfgang Kaiser and Johann Petitjean from the ERC ConfigMed.

L’European Research Council (Programme Mediterranean Reconfigurations),

l’Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne

et l’Institut d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine – IHMC présentent

les journées d’étude

Éléments de preuve et litiges commerciaux en Méditerranée (xve – xixe siècles)

Programme/Program

18 Juin/June 2015 13 h 30 – 14 h

Wolfgang Kaiser (Paris 1 & EHESS, IHMC, ConfigMed) : Accueil / Welcome

14 h – 18 h

Première Section / First Section : Accéder à la justice / Access to justice

Président/Chair: Wolfgang Kaiser (ConfigMed)

Johann Petitjean (Poitiers, IHMC, ConfigMed) : Introduction

Michael Talbot (ConfigMed), When no proof is good enough: An Algerian merchant in British and Dutch courts, 1760s-1770s

Angela Falcetta (Padova), The protean use of justice: Ottoman merchants before the Neapolitan courts, eighteenth-early nineteenth centuries

Mahjouba Bijaoui (EHESS), Litiges commerciaux et naufrages : comment résoudre cet imbroglio ? Le cas du consul espagnol Manuel de la Heras dans la Régence d’Alger à la fin du XVIIIe siècle

Hassan Khalilieh (Haifa), Legal pluralism and judicial sovereignty in Islamic Mediterranean

 

19 Juin/June 2015 9 h 30 – 12 h 30

Présidente/Chair : Jessica Goldberg (UCLA)

Andrea Addobbati (Pisa, ConfigMed), The Pareri «pro veritate» at the Pisan Consoli del Mare

Ana Belem Fernández Castro (ConfigMed), Showing the Truth to the Judge: A Study of Judicial Evidence in Sevillian Commercial Courts during the Sixteenth Century

Tommaso Stefini (Yale), The role of written evidence in trade-related disputes between Ottoman and Venetian subjects: a preliminary enquiry

Mafalda Ade Winter (ConfigMed), Le pluralisme juridique en Syrie ottomane : analyse d’un « inventaire de verdicts et de preuves » du Tribunal de commerce de Damas de 1889

 

19 Juin/June 2015 14 – 18 h

Deuxième Section / Second section :

Par-delà l’oral et l’écrit / Beyond the Oral/Written Divide

Francisco Apellániz (ConfigMed) : Introduction

Président/Chair : Baudouin Dupret (Centre Jacques Berque, Rabat)

Francisco Apellániz (ConfigMed), ‘You cannot produce a Muslim witness’: Handling Systems of Proof Across Religious Boundaries (15th-16th centuries)

Evelyne Oliel Grausz (Paris 1, IHMC, ConfigMed), Oaths, testimonies and elements of proof in Jewish disputes in early modern Livorno.

Jessica Marglin (USC, Los Angeles), Extraterritoriality meets Islamic Law: Commercial litigation and legal proof in the International Mixed Court of Morocco, 1871-1872

Nandini Chatterjee (Exeter), A Comment from the Mughal Indian perspective

 

20 Juin/June 2015 9 h 30 – 12 h 30

Présidente/Chair : Maria Fusaro (Exeter, ConfigMed)

Joshua White (Virginia), Litigating Ownership Disputes over Ships and Cargo in Ottoman Courts (17th Century)

Yavuz Aykan (ConfigMed), La preuve dans les litiges commerciaux devant le Divan impérial ottoman à l’époque moderne

Ivelina Masheva (Sofia), Oral Testimonies and Written Documents in Commercial Litigations in the Danube Provinces of the Ottoman Empire in the Tanzimat

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