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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


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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