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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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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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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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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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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.

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

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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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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Charlotte PESCAYRE


Title:  Doctoral fellow at the cluster Pasts in the Present
Position:  Ethnologist, project manager and circus highrope artist.
Institution:  LESC - Université Paris Nanterre , Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

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Sarah PIRAM


Title:  Doctoral fellow at the Pasts in the Present cluster of excellence
Institution:  University Paris Nanterre , Louvre Museum


Email:  sarah.piram@louvre.fr


Bio

Sarah Piram is a doctoral fellow of the LABEX Pasts in the Present, PhD candidate at Paris Ouest University and research associate at the Louvre Museum. Her research interests focus on the cultural relations between France and Iran in the 20th century, through the archives of André Godard (1881-1965), kept at the Louvre Museum in the Department of Islamic Art.

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

Nicolas SAURET


Title:  PhD student with a fellowship of the cluster Pasts in the Present
Institution:  Université Paris Nanterre , Université de Montréal


Leader of the project:  PROFIL (Sharing, Reconstituting, and Organizing Fictional Online Identities)

Florabelle SPIELMANN


Title:  Postdoctoral fellow (ethnomusicology)
Institution:  Université Paris Nanterre , Centre de recherche en ethnomusicologie (CREM) - LESC

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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