CFP: panel Anthropology and heritage studies – Conférence ASA 2015

Bonjour,
Veuillez trouver ci-dessous l’appel à communications pour le panel interdisciplinaire : Anthropology and heritage studies organisé dans le cadre de la prochaine conférence annuelle de l’Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth : ASA15 : Symbiotic anthropologies: theoretical commensalities and methodological mutualisms, qui se tiendra à l’Université d’Exeter du 13 au 16 avril 2015.
Les propositions de communication doivent être déposées via le site internet de la conférence à l’adresse suivante:http://www.nomadit.co.uk/asa/asa2015/panels.php5?PanelID=3384 et doivent comporter:
– un titre
– le nom et l’adresse email du ou des auteurs
– un court résumé de moins de 300 caractères
– un long résumé de moins de 250 mots
Date limite d’envoi des propositions : avant le 1er décembre 2014 minuit.
Informations complémentaires sur la conférence : http://www.theasa.org/conferences/asa15/index.shtml
As a discipline that has traditionally been founded on concepts of culture and identity, anthropology has long been engaged in doing ethnography in heritage sites and on cultural objects and their relations with issues such as memory, belonging, identity, and indigenous knowledge. Over the past decades, heritage has increasingly drawn the attention of scholars from across various disciplines in a context of intensification and diversification of heritage practices both by state and non-state actors. The aim of this panel is to bring together scholars from various disciplines and professional backgrounds including anthropology, archaeology, cultural studies, museum studies and curatorship in order to foster interdisciplinary discussion and explore the shifting boundaries of anthropology and heritage studies. What forms can collaboration take across disciplines and between scholars and practitioners? How do scholars and especially anthropologists engage creatively with interdisciplinarity and professional practice for example in heritage management, museum practices and policy-making? How do innovative collaborations in and outside academia and the use of new technologies for heritage management impact on research methodologies and theorisation? What is the impact of our research on publics, indigenous perceptions and agency, institutional management of heritage and policies? How do we situate ourselves within these fields of practices and power? Should we develop new roles and engagements and how can we go about it?
We invite researchers to submit contributions that critically address these questions or any related issue dealing with interdisciplinarity, research innovations and new roles and engagements in the field of heritage studies.
Panel convenor:
Stephanie Anna Loddo
Iris, EHESS (School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences), Paris
stephanie.loddo@ehess.fr
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