Putting the Past Onstage Again
Transnational and Global Dimensions of Justice and Memory Processes in Europe and Latin America
Singing the Past. Music and the Politics of Memory
This international conference intends to investigate how songs can constitute means to narrate historical events as well as social and political figures.
How to Drift ?
Second event organized in the framework of the project "Reviewing the spectacle" on the Situationist International
A century of funeral sites of the Great War : from history to patrimonialization
International conference organized by the laboratory HAR and the university of Maine, in the framework of the project Dark tourism in comparative perspective: Sites of suffering, sites of memory
Archives of South American dictatorships
Situation / Diversion : The Situationnist International and the contemporary performance
From the « Grand Tour » to Erasmus : Europe at the end of the journey?
This conference is part of the 3-year research project "Nations and Europe: parallel memories". This project aims to analyse the relationship between national sentiment and the idea of Europe from the late eighteenth century. From the period of European revolutions, which opened the Nineteenth century, to the “Europe of Maastricht”, a both conflicting and complementary dialogue continued between supporters of a national identity and those who advocated a common destiny for the peoples of Europe
Final conference of the project "Dark Tourism"
When archaeology builds its archives
Conference organized by the musée d'Archéologie nationale and the Archives nationales.
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.
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.
The integration of Northern Africa to the islamic world (7th-10th century)
International conference organized by the Pasts in the Present cluster of excellence (University Paris Nanterre) and the laboratory Orient et Méditerranée (UMR 8167)
Archaeology in Museums and national identities in Europe (1848-1914) : A legacy in search of new Challenges for the 21st century
International conference marking the 150th anniversary of the opening of the Musée d’Archéologie nationale in Saint-Germain-en-Laye
"Prehistory". Stories of a word in the fields of knowledge
Symposium organised by ArScAn and HAR, in the framework of the project "Prehistory"
"Quelle universalité pour les musées universels"
Third international symposium jointly organised by Sandra Kemp (Lancaster University) and Hervé Inglebert (Université Paris Nanterre).
THE OLD BABYLONIAN DIYALA: RESEARCH SINCE THE 1930S AND PROSPECTS
COLLOQUIUM AT THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES OF PARIS
Function of performance images in ancient Italy
Symposium organised by Evelyne Brunet-Prioux and Alexa Piqueux as part of the project "The irreverence at the core of the institution".
Symposium Human Rights League
International symposium organised on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the Human Rights League (France).
Programme to be published soon.
Ethnologists' archives : contemporary uses of collections.
Symposium organised by the LESC, the BnF and the MQB.
La préhistoire au présent : médiations, écritures, images
International symposium organised by Sophie A. de Beaune and Rémi Labrusse as part of the project "Prehistory." Interpretations, appropriations and contemporary uses.