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Corps dévots ou grands spectacles ? S'enrichir en territoire sacré

Devoted Bodies or Great Shows? Making Profit on Sacred Areas

Cinquième symposium international de CORPUS

5th International Symposium of CORPUS

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Publié le jeudi 23 juin 2011 par Karim Hammou

Résumé

Les 7 et 8 septembre 2011, le cinquième symposium international de CORPUS, Groupe international d’études culturelles sur le corps rassemblera à Munster des chercheurs venus d'une grosse demi-douzaine de pays autour du thème: « Corps dévots ou grands spectacles ? S'enrichir en territoire sacré ».

Annonce

Devoted bodies or GREAT SHOWS? Making profit on sacred areas 

FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF CORPUS 

Münster, September 7th-8th 2011 

corpus international Group for the Cultural Studies of the Body

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Escuela Nacional Superior de Folklore JosÉ María Arguedas

Universidad Nacional DE CATAMARCA 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th

OPENING SESSION, 9h 00-10 h 00

Welcome and first words by Susanne Pinkernell-Kreidt & Salomé Deboos (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany). 

CHANGING PROCESS IN RITUALS: FACING MODERNITY, 10 h 00 – 12 h 30

Chair: Arne Steinforth (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany) 

  • Mei- Ling Chien (National Chiao Tung University, Taïwan), Hmub Rural Immigrants and Their Narrations of Ritual, Village and Modernity
  • Haruka Okui (Graduate School of Education Kyoto University, Japan), Un/Changed Relationship with the Deity: Ritual for Kingdom, or for Ordinary Lives
  • Verónica Auza Aramayo (ALBA Cultural/Fundación ASUR, Bolivia), Fish-women of the desert: Bodies’ memories in traditional spreads

Lunch

CHANGING PROCESS IN RITUALS: FACING TOURISTS’ INTERESTS, 14 h 00 – 19 h 00

Chair: Barbara Meier & Julia Koch (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany)

  • Abdul Majid Baba (University of Kashmir Srinagar, India), Holy Tourism in Kashmir
  • Anja Wagner (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany), From “holy” spring to swimming pool – a village, a temple, and tourism in North India
  • Alcira Inés Olima (Judicial del NOA, Argentina), Desacralizing Capitalism at the Pachamama Celebration and the people of Laguna Blanca, Belen, Catamarca

Tea break

  • Salomé Deboos (Münster University, Germany), Business and the Economy of Merit in Buddhism in Zanskar, Indien Himalayas
  • Daniel Orlando Díaz Benavides (Esc. Nac. Sup. de Folklore José María Arguedas & National University of San Marcos, Peru), Bodies, faith and trade in the Snow Star: trekking to Qoyllur Riti 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER  8th

IMPACT OF POLITICS ON MORAL AND FAITH, 9 h 00 – 12 h 30

Chair: Katherina Glaab (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany) 

  • Elsa del Carmen Ponce (National University of Catamarca, Argentina),  Between Liturgy and Politics or on the Body as an Agency of the Semiosis of Subjectivity
  • José Luis Grosso (National University of Catamarca, Argentina), Devotion, Representation, Spectacle. Dramatics of Faith and Politics of Sacred in Northern Argentinean Popular Religiousness
  • Cecilia Meléndez, María Lencina, Ana Griselda Díaz, José Yuni, & Claudio Urbano (National University of Catamarca, Argentina), Body and Space in School Life: Sacred and Ritual as a Moralizing Control and Youth in the Middle School
  • Lidia Elena Maluga Guillet (National University of Catamarca, Argentina), The Feast of the Chiqui and the Chaya in the Northwest of Argentina

Lunch time

CREATING NEW SACRED AREAS AND RITUALS, 14 h 00 – 17 h 00

Chair: Helene Basu (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany) 

  • Stephen Engelkamp (Münster University, Germany),  Holiday in Cambodia? On the Politics of Memorizing the Khmer Rouge
  • Peter Kaiser (University of Bremen, Germany), Ethno-economics: Medicine and Religion in a changing environment.   
  • José Yuni & Claudio Urbano (National University of Catamarca, Argentina),  Religion and Aging Commodification
  • Mario Tanga (Science historian, Arezzo, Italy),  Sport: a "New" world-wide religion- like body devotion 

Final words 

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All the sessions of the symposium will be held at the Münster University, Hüfferstrasse, 61 Vortragssaal, 48149 Münster. This event will be open to interested researchers, students, teachers, journalists, etc. Participation will be free, but an advance registration is recommended.  

Contact:

Salomé Deboos salome.deboos@googlemail.com

Lieux

  • Hüfferstrasse, 61 Vortragssaal (Université de Münster)
    Münster, Allemagne

Dates

  • jeudi 08 septembre 2011
  • mercredi 07 septembre 2011

Mots-clés

  • corps, folklore, religion, culture, tourisme, espace, sacré

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 dévots ou grands spectacles ? S'enrichir en territoire sacré », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le jeudi 23 juin 2011, http://calenda.org/204845