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Aarthi AJIT


Title:  PhD Student
Institution:  LESC


Email:  thememorygame@gmail.com


Bio

A doctoral student at  Pasts in the Present cluster, Aarthi Ajit specialises in the study of orality and the role of memory in the intergenerational transference of material culture. Her research is focused on how values, heritage and memory travel from the past to the present through memories of ancestral house complexes in Kerala, South India, which no longer exist, known as tharavads. She hopes to examine the socio-cultural reasons of why tharavads in Kerala have been/are being demolished, in order to explore what this entails for contemporary heritage practices amongst Keralite emigrants abroad, also known as the Malayali diaspora. At stake with the migration trajectory of Malayalis is a particular displacement of memory, beginning with actual bodily displacement from the family tharavad. This has implications on how vernacular history and values are transmitted to the next generation via objects which contain memories of the original ‘home’. By inquiring how ancestral and present-day 'responsibilities' for descendants of demolished tharavads in Kerala are created, inherited, and reproduced, Aarthi will study how oral histories and objects originating from the ancestral house complex could act as catalysts of cultural memory which endure beyond the physical life of the tharavad.

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Shaker AL-SHBIB


Title:  Dr
Position:  Postdoctoral fellow
Institution:  University Paris Nanterre , Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites


Email:  shakershbib@yahoo.fr
Personal webpage:  Shaker Al-Shbib on the Arscan's website (http://www.arscan.fr/apohr/equipes/shaker-shbib/)


Bio

Shaker Al SHBIB is a Syrian archaeologist who has worked until 2011 for the Syrian Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums (DGAM) and served from 2005-2011 as the Director of Excavations and Archaeological Research in the Idlib Region. He has previously worked as an assistant curator and adjunct conservator at the Idlib Archaeological Museum.

Shaker Al-Shbib received his Master (2006) and Doctorate (2014) degrees from the Université de Paris 1 and his BA (2001) from Damascus University. He has co-directed the Syrian-French Excavation at Apamea (2003-2005), the Syrian-Lebanese Excavation at Cyrrhus (2006-2011), and the Syrian-Spanish Mission at Tall As Sin (2005-2008). He has also participated in a number of Archaeological projects including the Syrian-Japanese mission at Raqqa region (2005-2006), Doura-Europos (2002-2008), and Tell Afis (2004-2005).

In 2015 Al SHBIB joined the LabEx the past in the present as part of the project «archives of excavations of prehistoric and ancient sites».  He works both on the archives and documentation of the French mission in Southern Syria, and on the publication of his thesis entitled the fortifications of Cyrrhus-Nabi Houri from the Hellenistic period to the reconstruction by Justinian.Al SHBIB is a contracted heritage expert with the Smithsonian Institution and a consulting scholar at the Penn Museum. He has been working with the Safeguarding the Heritage of Syria and Iraq (SHOSI) Project since Januray 2014 on emergency conservation measures at key Syrian heritage sites at risk. Al-Shbib has planned and coordinated the SHOSI emergency preservation projects at the Ma’arra Museum, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ancient Villages of Northern Syria and the site of Ebla

 

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Lucas ANICETO


Title:  Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution:  Cluster Pasts in the present


Takes part in the project:  Carnets de fouilles. La documentation archéologique immergée (1898-1946). Deux cas d'études, entre Gaule et Italie préromaine


Bio

Lucas Aniceto holds a PhD in Classical Archaeology. As a graduate of the University of Burgundy (Dijon), the Istituto degli Studi L'Orientale (Naples) and the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, he defended in 2019 a doctoral thesis devoted to the Samnite, Lucanian and Brettian nucleated settlements of the Hellenistic period, under the supervision of Prof. O. de Cazanove (Paris 1). His research, devoted both to the urban geography of the fortified settlements in the Italic hinterland and to their networking within specific territorial dynamics, aims to place these issues within the broader European phenomenon of indigenous urbanization and the emergence of the oppida during the late Iron Age. Possessing a solid field experience, he has been carrying out an in-depth study of the pre-Roman and Roman site of Eboli (Campania) for several years, based on archive documentation, with a view to publishing the French excavations carried out on the site between 1973 and 1984.

In 2021 he joined the Labex Les passés dans le présent as a member of the Cardo project.

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Malena BASTÍAS


Title:  PhD Candidate
Institution:  Institut des Sciences sociales du Politique, UMR 7220


Takes part in the project:  What is at play in the mediation of history? A local case-study. , Transatlantic

Julie BESSENAY-PROLONGE


Title:  PhD Candidate
Institution:  Université Paris 1


Takes part in the project:  Monuments d’Orient

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Christophe BONNET


Title:  Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution:  Cluster Pasts in the present


Takes part in the project:  Dictionnaire biographique du mouvement sportif en France


Bio

Christophe Bonnet is a sociologist in Science and Technique of Physical and Sports Activities (STAPS). Graduated from Paris Nanterre University and holding double master's degree in Research (Social Organization of Sport) and Professional (Management of Sports Events and Leisure), he supported in 2020 a doctoral thesis entitled "A sport of value(s). A socio-economic analysis of the professionalization impact on communication strategies in French rugby".

His main works focus on professionalization and media coverage of sport processes as well as on themes relating to the expression and representations of masculinities forms in the sporting world, or even on the social, cultural and economic links between sports and alcohol consumption.

Working in the Social Sciences of Political Institute (ISP), Christophe Bonnet participates in the Labex "The pasts in the present: history, heritage, memory" as part of the DICOBIOSPOR project (Biographical Dictionary of the Sports Movement), directed by Olivier Le Noé and Julie Demeslay.

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Laure CARBONNEL


Title:  Dr. in Anthropolgy. Postdoctoral fellow at MQB (2016-2017)
Position:  Research Engineer
Institution:  Laboratoire d'Ethnologie et de Sociologie Comparative, UMR 7186 , Musée du quai Branly


Takes part in the project:  The birth of French ethnology. The first ethnographic missions to Africa

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Nathalie CAU


Title:  Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution:  Cluster Past in the present


Takes part in the project:  (Re)play it again : reenactments et non-reconstituables


Bio

Dramaturg and assistant director in theater, Nathalie Cau defended her doctoral thesis in performance studies under the supervision of Jean-Louis Besson in May 2018. This research studies performances in the broad sense (theater but also processions, events, ritual games and sports exhibitions) in jewish DP camps in occupied Germany after the war. She received a mention at the PSL thesis prize in 2019. At the end of this work, Nathalie Cau conducted research on the links between landscape and memory in Germany, the United States and Israel as part of a post-doc in research-creation at EUR ArTeC. This work is included in the work published in October 2020 by Éditions du Détour under the title L'attente, prefaced by Annette Becker. It also includes a short documentary film co-directed with Agathe Nieto and in production for an extended version and also a database of performances given in camps for jewish DPs between 1945 and 1952 in the British and American zones of Germany. In 2020, Nathalie Cau is a post-doctoral fellow at the labex Les Passés dans le Present labex for the transdisciplinary and international project RePiT, which is interested in reenactments and reiterations of representations in the writing of history and the functioning of individual and collective memories. 2010, Nathalie Cau teaches as a contractual lecturer and then as a temporary lecturer in TD and CM with students of UFR PhiLLiA (Nanterre) from the first year of the license to the master.

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Étienne FAISANT


Title:  Doctor (Art History)
Position:  Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution:  Université Paris Nanterre , Musée d'Archéologie nationale - Domaine de St-Germain-en-Laye


Takes part in the project:  Digital corpus of Saint-Germain-en-Laye: the history of the palace, its gardens, and the creation of the Museum of National Antiquities

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Séverine GABRY-THIENPONT


Title:  Ethnomusicologist
Institution:  Laboratoire d'Ethnologie et de Sociologie Comparative, UMR 7186


Takes part in the project:  Music and memory politics: emergence, history, appropriations


Email:  sevgabry@free.fr


Bio

Since 2014, Séverine Gabry-Thienpont is a Scientific Member of the French Institute of Cairo (Ifao). She defended her PhD "Anthropologie des musiques coptes en Égypte contemporaine" in 2013. Her research focuses now on the religious popular musics in Egypt (christian and muslim mouled, Zar [possession ritual] and songs of praise) and their developments on the urban scene. Thanks to this approach, she tackles:

  1. the interfaith relations and the regional discrepancies in Egypt;
  2. the  interrelationships between the musical repertoires considered as "traditional", the cultural centers (public or private) and the manifold performance spaces;
  3. the circulations, musical creations and cultural exchanges, from the second half of the last century.

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Bruno GOMBERT


Title:  PhD student
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  Digital humanities and Assyriology: tools for an “online” history of the ancient Middle East

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Séverine GUILLET


Title:  PhD Student
Institution:  Cluster Pasts in the present


Takes part in the project:  Architecture, littérature, philosophie et société au tournant des Lumières : "L'Architecture considérée sous le rapport de l'Art des moeurs et de la législation" de Claude-Nicolas Ledoux, une édition numérique


Bio

For her master’s degree in art history at the École du Louvre, Séverine Guillet studied the notion of multiples and the question of the collaboration between painters and sculptors through the polychrome stucco reliefs in Antonio Rossellino’s work (1427-1479). For her PhD thesis at the University of Paris-Nanterre (ED 395, department HAR), she continues to reflect upon multiples in art history and upon the creation processes, but with a very different corpus : the architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux’s etchings (1736-1806). Her research axes are the successive states of some etchings, the links between those etchings and Ledoux’s built work, the book as a creation area, and the relationship between architects and engravers. This thesis takes place in the LEDOUX project of the Labex les Passés dans le Présent, whose aim is the interpretation and a scientific edition of the architect’s editorial projet

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Zahra HASHEMI


Title:  Researcher
Institution:  Cluster Past in the present


Takes part in the project:  Le Luristan du passé au présent. Sur la Route de la Soie : des producteurs des bronzes du Luristan aux tribus nomades d'aujourd'hui


Bio

Zahra Hashemi, born in 1987 in Iran and lives in France since 2007. Graduated in 2018 with a PhD in oriental archaeology from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, her main scientific interests are related to the Iron Age in the Zagros region. Member of several international teams, she participates in various archaeological missions in the region. Attached as associate researcher to the VEPMO team of ArScAn laboratory, between 2018 and 2020, she was grantee of Shelby White Leon Levy Foundation for the publication of the archaeological excavation's results of the site of Sangtarashan in Luristan (western Iran).  Currently employed as researcher by LABEX (Past into Present) she is focusing on the enigmas of the Luristan Bronzes within the LurPaP project (Luristan from the Past to the Present) to clarify the origin of these mysterious artefacts.

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Julien JUGAND


Title:  Doctor in ethnology
Position:  Visiting researcher at the CREM-LESC
Institution:  Laboratoire d'Ethnologie et de Sociologie Comparative, UMR 7186


Takes part in the project:  Music and memory politics: emergence, history, appropriations


Email:  julien.jugand@gmail.com


Bio

Julien Jugand holds a PhD in ethnology and is a music teacher and musician. Member of the Centre de Recherche en Ethnomusicologie (CREM-LESC) and of the cluster Pasts in the Present, he works in India since 2005 on modern history of Hindustani music's patronage. With the sociologist Joël Cabalion he also investigates political uses of bouddhist and ambedkarite music among lower castes and untouchables in Maharashtra. He teaches at the Department of Popular Music of Camille Saint-Saëns national school of music in Dieppe.

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Georgia KOLOVOU


Title:  Dr
Position:  Postdoctoral fellow
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041 , Université Paris Nanterre


Takes part in the project:  The scholia to Homer’s Iliad: from text to hypertext


Bio

Georgia Kolovou received her PhD in  Classical Philology  from the University of Sorbonne- Paris IV in November 2012. She joins the cluster Pasts in the present while being associated with the laboratory Archeologies and Sciences of Antiquity (ArScAn) and the project “The scholia in Homer’s Iliad: from text to hypertext”. Christophe Bréchet, assistant professor, University of Paris West Nanterre La Défense, researcher at ArScAn coordinates the project.


A technical approach to the etymological remarks in Eustathios’ commentary on the Iliad

L’importance des épopées homériques pour l’éducation des jeunes gens selon Eustathe de Thessalonique


Publisher:  UMR 5189 - HISoMA
ISBN:  1148-2656
URL / DOI:  Lire l'article sur le site de la revue Syntaktika

«La fonction et les intentions des citations des poètes tragiques dans le commentaire d’Eustathe sur l’Iliade


Publisher:  Editions Chemins de traverse
ISBN:  978.2.313.00507.

Micheline KURDY


Title:  PhD
Position:  Coordinator of the digital project Near East Heritage.
Institution:  Université Paris Nanterre


Takes part in the project:  Patrimoine du Proche-Orient

Aroua LABIDI


Title:  Doctoral fellow at the cluster Pasts in the Present
Institution:  University Paris Nanterre , Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  Memories of the Arab conquest of North Africa

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Anis MKACHER


Title:  Postdoctoral fellow
Institution:  Labex Les passés dans le présent , Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  Memories of the Arab conquest of North Africa


Notices


Publisher:  Presses Universitaires de France (PUF)
ISBN:  978-2-13- 074985-1

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Olivia MUNOZ


Title:  Doctor
Position:  Postdoctoral fellow
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites

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Anaïs MUSSEAU


Title:  PhD Student
Institution:  Cluster Pasts in the Present


Bio

Anaïs Musseau made my early five years of high studies in the University of Nantes. She began by three years for my bachelor in Art history and Archaeology, then two years in specialization for professional research with a master of Sciences for Archaeology. During these two years, Jimmy Mouchard ran her master’s theses who dealt with patterns of occupation and foundation of constructions developed in wetlands during Antiquity. Since October 2020, She is a doctoral student in archaeology within the University of Paris Nanterre (doctoral school 395) under a doctoral contract with the Labex Les passés dans le présent. Member of the environnemental archaeologies team of ArScAn, the object of her study is the origin and the history of forest wetlands within the Seine valley curves (Ile-de-France and Normandy), particularly through a geohistorical approach of the forests. First of all, the purpose is notably to rely on Lidar data exploited within a Geographic Information System to realise an inventory work. Then, archaeological verifications can be carried out, linked to the study of historical, archaeological and paleoenvironmental data already existing.

Louise NEUVILLE


Title:  Phd Student
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  From Nimrud to Rome: Discovery of the ancient libraries (NimRoD)

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Maissam NIMER


Title:  Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution:  Cluster Past in the present


Takes part in the project:  Mémoires vives et vivantes des scientifiques et des artistes en exil


Bio

Maissam Nimer is a postdoctoral researcher involved in a project called Memovives, which seeks to examine the way in which intellectual production is transformed by exile. This project is carried out as part of the Labex les passés dans le futur, at Paris Nanterre University. She has carried out work at Koç University, Istanbul, dealing with the integration of Syrian refugee youth in Turkey. As a Mercator IPC fellow at Sabanci University and recipient of a one-year Koç University Seed Grant, she further explored the role of language instruction in integration of Syrian refugees in Turkey. Her work is namely in the fields of migration, education, language, and social and gender inequalities.

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Nordine OURAGHI


Title:  Postdoctoral fellow
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  Digital humanities and Assyriology: tools for an “online” history of the ancient Middle East

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Sarah PIRAM


Title:  PhD Fellow (2015-2018)  
Institution:  Paris Nanterre University , Louvre Museum


Email:  sarah.piram@louvre.fr


Bio

Sarah Piram is PhD student at Paris Nanterre University, in association with the Louvre Museum. Her research is based on the history of Iranian collections and heritage, as well as architectural developments in 20th-century Iran.

Simon RIDLEY


Title:  PhD student (Sociology)
Institution:  Université Paris Nanterre , Sociologie, philosophie et anthropologie politiques - SOPHIAPOL (EA3932)


Takes part in the project:  Disciplining the archive? , Making and walking the history of Nanterre’s university

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Nicolas SAURET


Title:  Researcher
Institution:  Cluster Pasts in the present , TGIR Huma-Num


Leader of the project:  Partage, Reconstitution et Organisation de Fictions Identitaires en Ligne


Bio

Nicolas Sauret is a researcher at the labex Les passés dans le présent and at the TGIR Huma-Num. As head of digital development and innovation, he develops on the one hand the FabPart Lab, which aims at fostering the making of mediation, participation and digital valorization of memory and heritage, and on the other hand the HN Lab engaged in a prospective way in the identification and experimentation of research tools in the humanities.

As an engineer at the Institut de recherche et d'innovation du Centre Pompidou (2009-2015), then during his doctoral studies at the Université de Montréal and the Université Paris Nanterre (2015-2020), he explored the collective nature of the production, circulation and legitimisation of knowledge, combining the theory of editorialisation with an action research approach to digital writing practices. 

 

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Julien WACQUEZ


Title:  Postdoctoral Fellow
Institution:  Cluster Pasts in the present


Bio

Julien Wacquez is a sociologist specialized in the study of science fiction literature and its uses for scientific purposes. He has recently defended his PhD thesis, entitled "The Horizon of Planetary Possibilities. Dynamics and Shifting Boundaries Between Science and Science Fiction" at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS), Paris. He is currently a postdoc researcher at the labex les passes dans le present. His publications appeared in journals of anthropology of arts (Gradhiva) and comparative literature (Modern Language Notes). In 2019, he co-edited a special issue of the French journal Socio on the relationship between science and science fiction literature. Since 2014, he is editor-in-chief of the online magazine Angle Mort, which won the award of 'best European science-fiction magazine of the year' by the European Science Fiction Association in 2018.

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Marie YOUNG


Title:  PhD student
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Takes part in the project:  From Nimrud to Rome: Discovery of the ancient libraries (NimRoD)


Email:  marie.young@hotmail.fr
Personal webpage:  Marie Young's webpage on Academia (https://univ-paris1.academia.edu/MarieYoung)


Bio

Cotutelle between the University of Heidelberg and the University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne. PHD started in October 2016

Supervisors: Mr. Fr. Joannès and Mr. S. M. Maul

Doctoral's thesis:  "Being a Scholar in Babylonia during the Second Half of the 1st Millenium B.C.

2015-2016: Exchange year in Heidelberg with a scholarship of the DAAD.
2015-2013: Master in History of the Antiquity, speciality Ancient Near East in Paris I- Panthéon-Sorbonne. Erasmus exchange student at the Freie Universität, Berlin during one year.

Chiara ZUANNI


Title:  Postdoc
Institution:  Victoria & Albert Museum


Takes part in the project:  Universal histories and universal museums