Monthly Archives: September 2014

Job: Offre de post-doctorat, UMR 7319 CNRS/Université de Picardie

Offre d’emploi de chercheur post-doctorant

– Poste à pourvoir le 15 Novembre 2014

Descriptif du poste :

Le  CURAPP-ESS  (Centre  Universitaire  de  Recherches  sur  l’Action  publique  et  le

Politique- Epistémologie et Sciences sociales) – UMR 7319 CNRS/Université de Picardie

Jules Verne  (Amiens)  recrute un.e chercheur.e post-doctorant.e en contrat CDD  sur 12 mois  renouvelables  une  fois.  La  recherche  porte  sur les  transformations  de l’érudition locale,  des  réseaux  et  des  associations  de  chercheurs  amateurs  en  Picardie  et  sur  ses incidences  sur  les  processus  de  patrimonialisation  dans  la  région  (de  l’entre  deux guerres à nos jours).

Contexte :

La  personne  recrutée  contribuera  aux  recherches  conduites  dans  le  cadre  du programme  ERUDIPIC  (Erudits,  savoirs  et  mémoires  en  Picardie au  XXème  et  XXIème siècles :  les  sociétés  savantes  et  la  fabrique  d’un  patrimoine  régional),  financé  par  la région  Picardie  et  coordonné  par  Tiphaine  Barthelemy  (Professeur  de  sociologie  et d’anthropologie  à  l’UPJV,  membre  du  CURAPP-ESS).  L’objectif  de  cette  recherche pluridisciplinaire associant au  CURAPP  deux équipes – le CHSSC  (Centre  d’Histoire  des Sociétés des Sciences et des Conflits ) et Habiter le monde – est d’une part de répertorier les  sociétés  savantes  et  plus  généralement  les  associations  dont  les  membres contribuent  à  l’écriture  et  à  la  diffusion  d’un  savoir  sur  les  territoires de  la  région et d’autre  part  de  les  comparer  (profils,  réseaux  et  productions intellectuelles  de  leurs membres) à partir d’études de cas.  Il s’agit de s’interroger  tant sur la structuration du champ de l’érudition en Picardie (hiérarchies, complémentarités, tensions ?) que sur ses transformations, liées par exemple à la démocratisation du savoir, aux  recompositions économiques  et  sociales  locales  et au  rôle  de  la  « fabrique »  patrimoniale  dans  le développement territorial.

Profil :

Etre titulaire d’un doctorat en sociologie, anthropologie, ethnologie, histoire, géographie ou dans une discipline proche.

Missions :

Celles ci seront à déterminer précisément avec les membres de l’équipe participant au programme  ERUDIPIC.  Plus  généralement  la  mission  de  la  personne  recrutée comportera trois volets :

-Dépouillement des archives et des bulletins des sociétés savantes picardes pour alimenter une base prosopographique en cours de constitution (en liaison avec le programme  « France  savante »  du  Comité  des  Travaux  Historiques  et Scientifiques )

– Enquêtes ethnographiques et entretiens auprès de chercheurs amateurs visant à appréhender la  diversité  des  profils  de  ceux-ci  et leurs  ancrages  territoriaux,  à s’interroger sur les mémoires collectives dont ils sont porteurs, sur les conflits ou concurrences  mémoriels  dont  ils  peuvent  être  partie  prenante,  sur  la  manière enfin  dont  ils  contribuent  à  la  constitution  de  patrimoines  matériels  et immatériels et à leur valorisation.

– Participation  aux  travaux  de  l’équipe  constitutive  du  programme  ERUDIPIC  et notamment à la rédaction du compte-rendu final.

Compétences souhaitées :

– Bonnes connaissance et  expérience des  méthodes  ethnographiques  et historiographiques et plus généralement des méthodes qualitatives de recherche dans  les  sciences  sociales.  Des  connaissances  dans  le  traitement  des  données quantitatives (ici base prosopographique) seraient appréciées.

– Autonomie, rigueur, esprit critique

– Capacités rédactionnelles, esprit de synthèse

– Excellente connaissance du français (lu, écrit, parlé)

Rémunération :

Salaire net : 1.949,06 euros par mois (environ)

Date limite de dépôt des candidatures : 20 Octobre 2013

Contact :

Merci d’envoyer votre candidature (CV, lettre de motivation, rapport de soutenance de la thèse, le cas échéant un article se rapportant au thème du présent projet) par courriel à Tiphaine Barthelemy (tiphaine.barthelemy@u-picardie.fr)

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CFP: RAI Horniman Museum Collecting Initiative (2014-2015) – Deadline 30 September 2014

RAI Horniman Museum Collecting Initiative (2014-2015)

As part of Collections People Stories: Anthropology Re-Considered, an Arts Council England (ACE) funded project taking place at the Horniman Museum, 2012-2015, we are seeking PhD Students or Postdoctoral Fellows, who plan to carry out fieldwork in 2014-2015 to make small collections for the museum.

Deadline: 30 September 2014

Collections People Stories: Anthropology Re-Considered is undertaking a detailed review and documentation of the Horniman’s Anthropology collections, highlighting the range, scale and importance of both its stored collections and those on display. The project sets out to investigate new and innovative ways of collections research, engagement and interpretation. It will facilitate academic and community consultation and debate, to both unpack the legacy of the anthropology collections and unlock their values for communities and visitors today. The different activities and events over the course of the project will feed into establishing a vision, and funding bid, for a major new anthropology gallery at the museum.

The Horniman has had a long legacy of fieldwork collecting. As part of the Collections People Stories project, they are keen to further expand on their remit of contemporary collecting at the museum.

We would like applicants to collect a single object or small selection of objects related to their own research area that would be of interest to the museum. The object needs to be visually appealing and culturally significant, an object that would easily lend itself to being displayed at the museum. The object/s collected should also have a rich context and we strongly encourage the use of photographs and videos showing the object being used and/or being made.

We are also interested in proposals that employ different models of field collecting, for instance asking local people what they would collect to represent themselves etc.

Please send us a proposal (up to 1,500 words) outlining, in brief, your research interests, fieldwork plans, including a proposal of objects you would like to collect for the museum.

£500 in expenses will be given to 3 people, selected by the Royal Anthropological Institute.

Please note: This fee includes object acquisition, packing and transport costs, so please take this into account within your proposal. Please also bear in mind museum conservation and storage issue when choosing your object. The Horniman’s Acquisition Policy can be found here: http://www.horniman.ac.uk/media/_file/Policies-Acquisition.pdf

Those selected will be expected to meet with Horniman curators before fieldwork, write a short report for the museum and an object narrative which will be posted on the museum’s website, http://www.horniman.ac.uk/.

If you have any questions regarding the Horniman Museum collections, or want to know more about the holdings from your specific research areas, please contact Robert Storrie, RStorrie@horniman.ac.uk<mailto:RStorrie@horniman.ac.uk>

To see stories of previous collectors please see the Horniman Museum blog here.

All submissions should be sent by 30 September 2014 to: Amanda Vinson, Royal Anthropological Institute, 50 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 5BT (email admin@therai.org.uk<mailto:admin@therai.org.uk>).

Seminar: “Transmissions et patrimonialisations des savoir-faire”, Poitiers

Cycle de séminaires d’AREAS (Association de Recherche et d’Echanges en Anthropologie et en Sociologie) pour l’année 2014-2015
“Transmissions et patrimonialisations des savoir-faire”.

Entrée est libre et le séminaire ouvert à tous.

Premier séminaire le 9 octobre, Hôtel Fumé

Séminaires AREAS
Association de Recherche et d’Échanges en Anthropologie et en Sociologie
Lieu: UFR SHA, salle des actes, 8 rue René Descartes, 86 000 Poitiers
Programme 2014/2015
Transmissions et patrimonialisations des savoir-faire
Le monde industriel et le travail – pourtant souvent associés à l’idée de « modernité » – n’échappent pas à la « nostalgie de la perte » et au « tout patrimoine» qui, pour beaucoup, caractérisent notre époque. L’Association de Recherches et d’Echanges en Anthropologie et en Sociologie (Poitiers), qui est engagée pour les années à venir dans l’inventaire des mémoires ouvrières en Poitou-Charentes, consacrera son séminaire de recherche 2014-2015 aux diverses formes de patrimonialisation du travail, de l’industrie, des métiers et, plus largement, à la transmission des savoir-faire. Nous chercherons notamment à mieux comprendre – à travers la présentation de travaux d’anthropologues et sociologues notamment – les logiques sociales, identitaires et politiques qui expliquent que les actions patrimoniales s’étendent aux domaines des techniques et du travail. Le cycle de séminaire et la journée d’étude visent notamment, par l’intervention croisée de chercheurs et d’acteurs du patrimoine, à sensibiliser les étudiants aux débouchés possibles en SHA.

Jeudi 9 octobre 2014
Annabel Vallard, Chargée de recherches postdoctorales, FNRS / Université Libre de Bruxelles – Laboratoire d’anthropologie des mondes contemporains.
Ces passions textiles entre pratiques entrepreneuriales, patrimonialisations et politiques culturelles au Laos

Jeudi 6 novembre 2014
Amélie Nicolas, sociologue, maître-assistante associée à l’école nationale d’architecture de Nantes

De la Navale nantaise au Parc des Chantiers : mémoires ouvrières, patrimoines industriels et projet urbains contemporains

Jeudi 4 décembre
Nicolas Adell Maître de conférences en anthropologie. Université de Toulouse – Jean Jaurès LISST – Centre d’anthropologie sociale
« Aux Arts et Sciences Réunis ». Faire et savoirs en patrimoine

Jeudi 5 février 2015
Sébastien Galliot. Chercheur associé au CREDO (Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l’Océanie). Conseiller scientifique de l’exposition « Tatoueurs, Tatoués », Musée du Quai Branly.
Les tatouages polynésiens: quand patrimonialisation ne rime pas avec transmission

Jeudi 12 mars 2015
Virginie Kollmann-Caillet, Conservatrice du patrimoine. Musée du peigne et de la plasturgie
Patrimoine industriel et savoir faire : du terrain au musée

Jeudi 2 avril
Journée d’étude
Le cycle de séminaire 2014-2015 se clôturera par une journée d’étude qui permettra de faire le bilan croisé des thématiques abordées au cours du cycle de séminaires et du travail d’inventaire mené par les services du patrimoine de la région Poitou-Charentes avec la participation d’AREAS.
Programme et lieu à venir.

Pour tout renseignement, pour recevoir les annonces de séminaire et suivre les activités d’AREAS, écrivez-nous à:areas.poitiers@gmail.com

CFP: “Culture, market and society. Between marketization of culture and culturalization of market”

The International Review of Social Research (www.irsr.eu) seeks for articles for a special issue on culture, society and market to be published in February 2015.

In the last decades of the 20th century the academic research has become aware of and interested in the changes brought by the industrialization and democratization of culture. Whatever the concepts used to define these changes – “information society”, “new economy”, “creative economy”, “knowledge-based economy”, or “network society”, they reflect the interest in the relation between culture, society and economy. Mass society corresponds to a high scale of production, distribution and consumption of cultural artifacts and services. In this context, the art for the sake of art becomes questionable and this has transformed the cultural field and the artists as well. A new definition of culture, more extensive and inclusive, was needed to express different values and practices.
Authors like Pierre Bourdieu or Richard Florida opened the debate, by bringing into the attention of academic world social and cultural practices ignored before and they launched a new approach in their research field. Concepts such as habitus, taste, cultural consumption, creativity, creative class and cities, became useful instruments in the research of cultural and creative sectors.
New academic disciplines named differently depending on the cultural and academic environment (cultural studies, sociology of culture, sociology of arts, cultural sociology and cultural economy) deal with the research of the relation between culture, society and economy.

This special issue of the International Review of Social Research addresses the scholars from these disciplines in particular, with no discrimination between different schools and approaches. We intend to open the debate for interdisciplinary exchanges of ideas and to facilitate crossroads between different disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, economy, cultural management and marketing, history, statistics, cultural studies, law studies etc.

The journal will also welcome work from the full range of methodological positions possible today: both quantitative and qualitative, and micro- and macro-level research. Specific methods such as interviews, surveys, questionnaires, ethnographies, documentary sources, textual analyses, participant and non-participant observation will be welcome.

We are interested in an extended spectrum of research themes, mostly including what can be called ‘cultural practices’: attending museums, concerts, performing arts, visual arts, reading books, watching TV, leisure activities such as watching football or having picnics, creativity, creative sectors, class and cities, museum studies, audience studies.

Some possible topics of the articles can be related to categories of aesthetic perception and taste, modes of valuation, private collecting, the economic, social and juridical status of creators, digitization, intellectual property rights, youth culture, underground culture, artists’ careers, role of age, gender, training and social origins in the relation with creation and consumption, collective representations of artists and arts, the roles of gate-keepers such as publishers, gallery-owners, curators, critics, agents, and so on.

The editors kindly request authors to send papers (4,000 – 8,000 words in length) together with an abstract of no more than 200 words, to the following address: anda.becut@culturadata.ro until December 1st, 2014. Prior to submission, please check author guidelines athttp://irsr.eu/instructions.html.

Workshop: Postgraduate workshop in association with ACHS Canberra conference

Postgraduate Workshop in Critical Heritage and Museum Studies

Sunday 30 November – Monday 1 December

This workshop, run in association with the second Association of Critical Heritage Studies Conference, 2-4 December, Canberra aims to provide existing and prospective postgraduate students with an opportunity to discuss future research directions and the interdisciplinary nature of the field with leading academic researchers.

In December 2014 the Association of Critical Heritage Studies is holding its second conference, with over 300 papers to be presented by scholars from around the world, exploring cutting edge research and innovative thinking in heritage and museum studies, and public history and memory studies. There is a strong focus on Asia in the papers being presented, and a significant contribution of papers on Intangible Cultural Heritage, as well as issue of multiculturalism, migration and diaspora.

The ANU Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies are organising the conference, and for the two days prior to the conference are holding a workshop for postgraduate and honours students. The focus of the two days will be on emerging issues in critical heritage and museum scholarship, and will be run by Professor Laurajane Smith, drawing on the expertise of the conference’s prominent keynote speakers.

The workshop is aimed at a number of potential attendees: current PhD students, Masters students, undergraduate honours students and in special cases advanced undergraduate students. The workshop is free of charge, and lunch will be provided (attendees will have to organise their own accommodation and dinner).

To register for the workshop contact Laurajane.smith@anu.edu.au. Registrations close November 14th. Please note places are limited and will be capped. To register please provide a short statement highlighting your current, or proposed, studies and why you want to attend the workshop.

 

Timetable (Draft)

Sunday 30 November

10:30 – 11:00 Morning tea and introductions

11:00-1:00 What is Critical Heritage Studies: how and why has it emerged

Discussion leaders Dr Denis Byrne and Professor Laurajane Smith

1:00-200 Lunch

2:00-4:00 Future directions in Heritage and Museum Studies.

Discussion leaders Dr Denis Byrne and Professor Laurajane Smith

6:00 Dinner with workshop speakers

Monday 1 December

Each two hour slot will consist of a 30-40 min presentation followed by discussion and workshopping of key issues arising from the presentation.

10:00-12:00 Descriptive and theoretical issues in the critical anthropology of heritage

Seminar presentation and discussion leader Professor Michael Herzfeld

12:00-1:00 Lunch

1:00-3:00 Theorising intersectional identities and ways into analysis

Seminar presentation and discussion leader Professor Margaret Wetherell

 

3:00-3:30 Tea

 

3:30-5:30 Cross Cultural Research Issues in Heritage and Place/Space Studies

Seminar presentation and discussion leader Professor Zongjie Wu

Job: Aarhus heritage position posted

Assistant or associate professorship in sustainable heritage management – 687901

The Department of Culture and Society, Section for Archaeology, invites applications for an assistant professorship or an associate professorship in sustainable heritage management.

If an assistant professor is appointed, the position will be a three-year training position. An associate professorship will then be advertised in the same subject area. If an associate professor is appointed, the position will be a permanent, full-time position.

The position is available from 1 January 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The position
The position is affiliated with the degree programme in sustainable heritage management, which is a new, interdisciplinary Masters degree programme anchored in the Section for Archaeology. The degree programme involves collaboration between the Sections for Archaeology, Anthropology, Philosophy and the History of Ideas at the Department of Culture and Society, as well as the Section for the Experience Economy at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication.

We are looking for an enthusiastic assistant professor/associate professor who can coordinate and develop the degree programme and research field, and who can contribute to and develop the many subject-related opportunities in all Aarhus University’s core activities (research, teaching, talent development and knowledge exchange).

The position involves the coordination and further development of the degree programme, teaching and research in sustainable heritage management. The degree programme is based on a broad understanding that cultural heritage constitutes the complex relationships between the material traces of the past, human identity and memory, and the institutional and authorised management and communication of history and its legacy, as well as natural heritage. On the basis of a thorough theoretical and methodical introduction, the degree programme attaches particular importance to the practical aspects of cultural heritage management, including administrative aspects, communication and project management, with due regard for the principles of sustainability in environmental, political, social, cultural and economic terms. The successful applicant will be expected to be able to participate in both the methodical theoretical subjects and the more practical subjects.

The position belongs under the Section for Archaeology, but the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to other degree programmes at the department, depending on their particular area of focus.

For a more detailed description of sustainable heritage management, please see:
The academic regulations.

For a more detailed description of the objectives of the degree programme, please see this website.

Research
The successful applicant is expected to have the kind of enthusiasm for research that can lead to international projects (ERC, Horizon 2020, calls addressing cultural heritage; JPI Cultural Heritage etc.), as well as being able to provide evidence of excellent research within the areas and themes of the subject. The applicant appointed to the assistant or associate professorship is expected to play a central role in the further development of sustainable heritage management as a field of research at AU, depending on their particular area of focus.

Education
The successful applicant will be expected to teach and supervise Danish and international students in sustainable heritage management. The degree programme involves inter-disciplinary collaboration, and the successful applicant will be expected to develop the degree programme by incorporating a variety of subjects.

Knowledge exchange
The successful applicant will be expected to have an interest in (and preferably experience of) knowledge exchange with society in relation to this area of research.

Talent development
If an associate professor is appointed, the successful applicant will be expected to undertake the supervision of PhD students and contribute to the development and implementation of PhD courses within this subject field.

For further information about the position, please contact the current degree programme coordinator for sustainable heritage management, associate professor Andres Dobat, farkado@cas.au.dk, tel. +45 87 16 20 94 or the head of the Section for Archaeology, associate professor Mette Svart Kristiansen,markmsk@cas.au.dk, tel. +45 87 16 20 84.

Qualifications
Applicants for the assistant professorship must show that they have a PhD degree or similar qualification within the field of heritage in a broad sense (e.g. archaeology, anthropology, heritage studies, the history of ideas and the experience economy), and/or heritage management involving sustainability. Applicants for the assistant professorship must also have teaching experience corresponding at least to the experience gained during a PhD degree programme. Applicants for the associate professorship must have scholarly qualifications at an international level and teaching qualifications equivalent to those acquired in an assistant professorship.

Applicants for the associate professorship must be able to document:

– a clear methodical and theoretical international research profile
– significant research results in the field of heritage
– a sound theoretical and practical sustainability profile
– participation in national and international research networks
– experience of or an interest in communication and knowledge exchange
– broad teaching and supervision experience, including experience of innovative and student-inclusive teaching methods, IT-based courses and teaching development
– experience of collaboration with other subjects.

It is an advantage (but not a prerequisite) if applicants for the associate professorship:

– can document experience of degree programme management
– have practical experience in the field of heritage management at a national and/or international level.

Applicants for the assistant professorship must be able to document experience of or an interest in the above points at PhD level.

As part of our research and teaching team, the successful assistant or associate professor will be expected to contribute to the development of the local subject environment, as well as contributing to the academic environment both internally within the Faculty of Arts and with the rest of Aarhus University. Participation in the daily life of the programme is a high priority, and we emphasise the importance of good working relationships, both among colleagues and with our students.

If the successful applicant is not fluent in Danish, he or she will be expected to learn Danish within a period of approximately two years.

Please state clearly whether you are applying for the assistant professorship or the associate professorship.

The application must be uploaded in English.

For more information about the application and the appointment procedure, please contact HR partner Louise Søndergaard, e-mail ls@hum.au.dk.

The academic environment
The sustainable heritage management subject environment is a new and innovative education and research environment constituting a community of several subjects across two departments at the Faculty of Arts: the Department of Culture and Society and the Department of Aesthetics and Communication. The degree programme is anchored in the Section for Archaeology, which is a dynamic study/research environment which joins the Section for Anthropology in sharing a unique environment with Moesgård Museum, one of Denmark’s largest museums of cultural history, at the Moesgård estate south of Aarhus. The museum performs a range of significant cultural heritage tasks on behalf of the Danish Agency for Culture. The new museum building, designed by the world-famous architect Henning Larsen, contains modern facilities to support new forms of cultural heritage presentation and research. This enables Moesgård to form a unique setting for an international research and teaching environment with major research projects, international conferences, a variety of visiting scholars, and a range of international Master’s degree programmes. The other subject environments behind the degree programme (the Sections for Philosophy and the History of Ideas and the Experience Economy) are located on the central campus in Aarhus.

The Department of Culture and Society
Sustainable heritage management is anchored at the Department of Culture and Society, which deals with the interaction between culture and society in time and space:

– From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social research
– From antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societies
– From familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worlds
– From local questions to global challenges.

The department’s goal is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of high quality. The department is closely linked to society, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education.

For a more detailed description of the department, please see this website.

Qualification requirements

Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications.

Formalities

  • Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).
  • Appointment shall be in accordance with the collective labour agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. AC.
  • Further information on qualification requirements and job content may be found in the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Danish Universities .
  • Further information on the application and supplementary materials may be found in Applicant Guidelines.
  • Teaching portfolio, degree certificate (copy), curriculum vitae, complete list of publications and verified information on previous teaching experience must be submitted with the application. When you submit your application for the assistant professorship, please upload a maximum of five samples of your scholarly output. When you submit your application for the associate professorship, please upload a maximum of eight samples of your scholarly output.

All interested are urged to apply irrespective of personal background.

Deadline

All applications must be made online and received by:

17.10.2014
Please apply online here

Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University.

The faculty contributes to Aarhus University’s research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes.

With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 12,500 BA and MA students, and 2,500 students following continuing/further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment.

The Faculty of Arts consists of the Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Department of Culture and Society, Department of Education (DPU), Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media, and AU Centre for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education.
The faculty’s academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society.

Read more at arts.au.dk/en

Aarhus University offers an inspiring education and research environment for 44,500 students and 11,500 members of staff, ensuring results of a high international standard. The budgeted turnover for 2014 amounts to DKK 6.2 billion. The university’s strategy and development contract are available atwww.au.dk/en.

Publication: Ethnologie(s) du littéraire (revue Ethnologie française, Octobre 2014 – Tome XLIV – n° 4)

 Ethnologie française

Octobre 2014 – Tome XLIV – n° 4

Ethnologie(s) du littéraire

 Éditeurs invités

Laurent Sébastien Fournier (maître de conférences HDR à l’université de Nantes, chercheur au CENS)
Jean-Marie Privat (professeur à l’Université de Lorraine, chercheur au CREM)

Annonce Littéraire

CFP: “La fabrique de la diversité en musique” – colloque EHESS – Appel à com

Trouver ci-joint l’appel à communication pour le colloque “La fabrique de la diversité en musique. Entre World Music et Patrimoine Culturel Immateriel”, qui se tiendra à la Maison des Cultures du Monde de Paris le 9 décembre 2014.
Le délai pour l’envoi des propositions est fixé au 25 septembre.

Publication : l’immigration aux frontières du patrimoine

Parution de L’immigration aux frontières du patrimoine sous la direction de Noël Barbe et Marina Chauliac (une présentation de l’ouvrage, ainsi que le sommaire, se trouvent dans le fichier joint).

Cet ouvrage peut être acheté ou commandé en librairie ou en ligne sur:

http://www.editions-msh.fr/livre/?GCOI=27351100253440

Workshop: Cultures afro-cubaines’, art et patrimoine, 22 sept. : table-ronde et exposition

22 septembre, 16h-21h, Espace Niemeyer, 2 place du Colonel Fabien, Paris 19e
Table ronde « ‘Cultures afro-cubaines’, art et patrimoine », Avec le soutien de l’URMIS et du Labex CAP
Dans le cadre du cycle “Sillons de Culture”, organisé à l’occasion du 20e anniversaire du projet Unesco “Route de l’esclave” et des 31e Journées du Patrimoine

Programme :

La patrimonialisation des pratiques artistiques cubaines d’origine africaine : une longue histoire
Kali Argyriadis, anthropologue, IRD, Unité de recherche « Migrations et sociétés » (URMIS)

De Lam à Mendive, l’invention d’une iconographie pour les religions afro-cubaines
David Castaner, doctorant en Études hispaniques, Université de Paris IV

La mise en scène des rituels de la santería dans le théâtre révolutionnaire : entre critique sociale et récupération esthétique
Salomé Roth, doctorante en Études hispano-américaines, Université de Paris III

L’exposition contemporaine d’un “héritage afro-cubain” et ses ambiguïtés : art populaire, tourisme et religion au callejón de Hamel (La Havane)
Emma Gobin, Anthropologue, Labex CAP « Création, Art, Patrimoine”, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
 
Création artistique et création rituelle : deux exemples de réappropriation du répertoire chorégraphique « afro-cubain » à Veracruz (Mexique)
Kali Argyriadis, anthropologue, IRD, URMIS

Plus d’informations sur le programme : http://www.faitacuba.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/programme_SC_web.pdf