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Corps étrangers : améliorer et envahir le corps humain

Foreign bodies: enhancing and invading the human body

Deuxième symposium international de CORPUS

Second Symposium International of CORPUS

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Publié le mardi 06 avril 2010 par Marie Pellen

Résumé

CORPUS - Groupe international d'études culturelles sur le corps organise son deuxième symposium à Moscou, les 17 et 18 mai 2010. Cet évènement réunira des chercheurs venus d'une dizaine de pays autour du thème : Corps étrangers : améliorer et envahir le corps humain.

Annonce

Moscow, May 17th-18th 2010

CORPUS

International Group for the Cultural Studies of the Body & Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology Sciences at the Russian Academy of Sciences

Monday, May 17th 

INTRODUCTION SESSION, 10 h 30 – 11 h 00

Reception of participants by the coordinators

  • Roman Ignatiev (Institute of Ethnology & Anthropology Sciences at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) & Frédéric Duhart (EHESS, France)

Foreign Bodies: A Brief Introduction

FOREIGN BODY CONCEPTIONS & REPRESENTATIONS, 11 h 00 – 13 h 30

  • Peter Kaiser (University of Bremen, Germany)

  From Self-mortification to Body-modification

  • Begonya Sáez Tajafuerce (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)

Foreign Bodies and Violence

  • Ivan Grinko (Moscow State University, Russia)

Somatic Modifications in Russian and Soviet Ethnological Literature

Break

  • Mario Tanga (Science historian, Arezzo, Italy)

Inclusive Body: How Brain, Mind and Culture Extend Body Boundaries beyond Skin.

  • Nataliya Anatolievna Polskaya (Saratov State University, Russia)

Self-injury as Demarcation of Body Boundaries

  • Vadim B. Savelev (Omsk State University, Russia)

The Matter Without Memory: What Is the Problem of the "Ideal Body"?

Lunch time

FOREIGN BODIES, MODIFIED BODIES, 15 h 30 – 18 h 00

  • Inês de Ornellas e Castro (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)

Appearance’s Metamorphoses in the Roman World

  • Valentina Burkova & Marina Butovskaya (Institute of Ethnology & Anthropology Sciences at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

Body Modifications in the Life Circle Rites among Datoga Pastoralists of Tanzania

  • Giovanni Vassallo (Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy)

The Use of Skin Whitening Products among African People: Research in Italy and the Congo

  • Jean-Baptiste Eczet (EHESS, France)

The Beautiful Ideas of the Disfigured: About the Mursi Lip-plate (Southern Ethiopia)

  • Pauline Roux (University of Lyon 2, France)

Modifying and Completing the Body: Medical and Aesthetic Surgery Representations in Breast Cancer

  • Georgiy Vadimovich Zharkov (Moscow psychological-social Institute, Murom, Russia)

Invading in Own Body: Motivation of Risking Body Modification in Russian Youth Population

Tuesday, May 18th

FOREIGN BODIES, ETHICS & POLITICS, 11 h 00 – 13 h 30

  • Nadya Nartova (Centre for Independent Social Research, Russia)

Surrogate Motherhood: Development/Adoption, Control and Alienation of "Foreign" Bodies

  • Alexander Edmonds (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Enhancement, Aesthetics, and Health

  • Darya Tereshina (European University at Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

On the Boundary between the Bodily and the Social: Alternative Medicine and/or Alternative Community?

  • Julien Acquatella (EHESS/ Centre Marc Bloch, France / Germany)

State-planified Doping in the German Democratic Republic and the Generation of the New Socialist Human

  • Vasiliy Bushnev (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia)

The Collective Machine and the Living Machines: The Relationship between Worker and Machine in the Texts of the Ideologists of the Movement for the Scientific Organization of Labor in the Soviet Russia of 1920's-1930's

  • Yana Krupets (Samara State University, Russia)

Between "Own" and "Foreign" Bodies: the Practices of Ownership, Selling, and Buying

Lunch time

FOREIGN BODIES AND CREATION, 15h 30 – 18 h 00

  • Carlos Augusto Ribeiro (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)

Around the Body, Inside and Outside the Skin. Art & Body

  • Roman Ignatiev (Institute of Ethnology & Anthropology Sciences at the RAS, Russia)

The Human Image in Buñuel's Las Hurdes (Land without bread)

  • Mike C. Vienneau (University of Quebec / University of Montreal, Canada)

Film Mutants, Transformed Characters and Duplicated Spectators. When the Screen Manipulates and Redefines Social Bodies

  • Vera Senkina (Russian Institute for Art Studies, Russia)

"Body" in the Performances of Contemporary Theatre: "One’s own" and "Alien"

  • Valeria V. Gavrylenko (National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine)

Homage to Exquisite Pain: Skinlessness after Homer.

  • Nikolay Gordiychuk (Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia)

Heart and Skin: Body and Emotions in Early Tamil Poetry

CONCLUSIVE SESSION, 18 h 00 – 18 h 30

General Debate & Final Words

LOCATION

Zal zazedaniy, 18 etazh, Zdanie akademii nauk, Leninskiy prospekt 32a  / Lecture room, 18th floor, Institute of Ethnology & Anthropology Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, 32a Leninski prospekt, Moscow 119991.

Metro: Leninskiy prospekt

The event is open to interested researchers, students, journalists, etc. Participation is free, but an advance registration is mandatory to enter the Academy building.

CONTACTS

Frédéric Duhart

frederic.duhart@wanadoo.fr

0033 6 16 12 97 32

http://corpus.comlu.com

Roman Ignatiev roman.ignatiev@gmail.com

79153613899

Lieux

  • Institut d'anthropologie et d'ethnologie de l'Académie des Sciences de Russie, 32a Leninski prospekt
    Moscou, Russie

Dates

  • lundi 17 mai 2010
  • mardi 18 mai 2010

Mots-clés

  • corps, anthropologie, histoire, culture matérielle

Contacts

  • Frédéric Duhart
    courriel : frederic [dot] duhart [at] orange [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Frédéric Duhart
    courriel : frederic [dot] duhart [at] orange [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Corps étrangers : améliorer et envahir le corps humain », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mardi 06 avril 2010, http://calenda.org/200761