Call for papers : Writing history and urban membership in Europe and the Islamic worlds, from the 13th to the 18th century
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
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".
http://lesbibliothequesdartistes.org/ is dedicated to the artists' libraries of the 19th and 20th centuries. These archives are less than well known in art history and yet are very important to a more comprehensive understanding of artworks as well as of the artists’ creative process.
European Heritage Days 2018
For the European Heritage Days 2018, the labex proposes 2 urban circuits, including a new one designed in collaboration with the Société d'Histoire de Nanterre.
Nimrud's Ezida : a neo-assyrian knowledge center
Conference by Philippe Clancier and Gaëlle Coqueugniot for the European Heritage Days.
"Quelle universalité pour les musées universels"
Third international symposium jointly organised by Sandra Kemp (Lancaster University) and Hervé Inglebert (Université Paris Nanterre).
Amateurs and institutions. From Academies to digital platforms.
Ethnologists' archives : contemporary uses of collections.
Symposium organised by the LESC, the BnF and the MQB.
The library, an artistic material (2) : Julien Prévieux's work on Madoff's library
Session of the seminar "Imaginations and representations of libraries"
"Prehistory". Stories of a word in the fields of knowledge
Symposium organised by ArScAn and HAR, in the framework of the project "Prehistory"