The Ligue des Droits de l'Homme since the Second World War : Thinking and acting in favour of human rights
4th doctoral students conference of the cluster Pasts in the Present
Virtual exhibition " In the footsteps of the 1946 Ogooué-Congo Mission "
Online on the Europea Sounds website since July 9, 2017, this exhibition presents the 1946 Ogooué-Congo Mission in which Gilbert Rouget took part. It features many photographs and sound recordings.
European Nations between history and memory
Edited by Francis Démier and Elena Musiani, this book draws from the project "Nations and Europe : parallel memories". It is published by the Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, in the collection "The Pasts in the Present".
In the framework of the research project "Modeling, frames of reference, and digital culture", 3 triplestores were created. They give access to the semantic descriptions CIDOC-CRM of data from 3 projects conducted within the cluster.
Website about Tell Feres
This new website, part of the collection "Grands sites archéologiques" created by the French ministry of Culture, presents the Tell Feres archaeological site in Iraq, which witnessed spectacular social and economic mutations 7000 years ago.
Archives of philosophers, philosophical uses of archives : the Foucault and Dewey study-cases
3rd session of the seminar 2017-2018 of the project "Disciplining the archive?"
Second Annual Conference of the Memory Studies Association
The Memory Studies Association (MSA) aims at institutionalizing memory studies as a research field that is able to provide fundamental knowledge about the importance and function of memories in the public and private realm.
Paul Rivet: A Bridge Between Two Shores (1920-1950)
Conference organized by the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac and the musée de l’Homme - Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, in partnership with the Institut Français and the Colombian authorities.
Ciné-chantier : The "maroma "the old-fashioned way
Presentation of the editing work on the film "la maroma à l'ancienne" by Charlotte Pescayre, on the occasion of the "ciné-chantiers" of the LESC