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Corps de parents, corps d'enfants. De la conception à l'éducation

Parents' Bodies, Children's Bodies. From Conception to Education

Septième symposium international de CORPUS

7th International Symposium of CORPUS

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Publié le lundi 10 octobre 2011 par Claire Ducournau

Résumé

Pour son septième symposium international, CORPUS, Groupe international d’études culturelles sur le corps, réunira à Timisoara des chercheurs venus d'une demi-douzaine de pays autour des problématiques particulières aux corps de parents et aux corps d'enfants: conception, éducation, apprentissage, maltraitance, etc.

Annonce

SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF CORPUS

PARENTS’ BODIES, CHILDREN’S BODIES

From Conception to Education

Timisoara, November 28th-29th 2011

CORPUS

international Group for the Cultural Studies of the Body

&

University of Medicine and Pharmacy Victor Babeş TIMISOARA

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28th

INTRODUCTION SESSION, 9 h 00 – 9 h 30 

Reception of participants by the coordinators

Welcome words: Prof. D. Anastasiu, Prof. A. Motoc & Prof. A. Kozma

PARENTS’ BODIES I, 9 h 30 – 11 h 30

  • Natalia Golant (Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, Russia), Image of the Woman-mother in Ballads about the Building Sacrifice
  • Constantin Ittu (Brukenthal Museum, Romania), Spiritual Motherhood during the Crusades: Hildegard of Bingen and "Filius Dei", Philip Count of Flanders
  • Jérôme Thomas (Paul Valéry University, France), Children's Education among Tupi-Guarani in the Sixteenth Century
  • Géraldine Ther (University of Burgundy, France), Representations of Parents’ and Children’s bodies in French Factums at the end of the 18th century
  • Amalia Pavelescu  (Lucian Blaga University, Romania), Bodily Interactions between Mother and Child, as Perceived by the Romanian Folklore and Traditional Practices

Break 

PARENTS’ BODIES II, 11 h 45 – 13 h 30

  • Alexandra Titu (West University of Timişoara), Maternal Body, Infantile Body. From Apology to Abuse
  • Georgiy Vadimovich Zharkov (Moscow psychological-social Institute, Russia), Psychosocial Transformation of "Father’s body" in Modern Russia and "Pedophilia Problem"
  • Alexandra Enache (UMFVB & Institute of Forensic Medicine/Timisoara, Romania), L' objectivation de la contrainte par torture :  du somatique au psychologique
  • Sorin Oncu, (West University of Timisoara, Romania), Still Life 2

Lunch

PARENTS’ BODIES III, 15 h 00 – 17 h 00

  • Sultana Avram (Lucian Blaga University, Romania), Beauty and Health of Mother’s Body obtained by Magical Practices in the Romanian Tradition
  • Maria Mandroane (Banat Village Museum, Romania), Le berceau et La Vierge dans la symbolique populaire roumaine
  • Maya Paltineau (EHESS/Paris, France), L’allaitement, entre normativité et affirmation identitaire
  • Doina Mirceoagă (UMF Victor Babes, Romania), Pregnancy in Sport Performance. A Case Study
  • Gudrun Ittu (Institute of Sociological Studies, Romania), Mary Cassat (1844-1926) – Painter of the Mother and Child Relationship

Break

CONCEPTION, 17h45- 19h 30

  • Corina Nani (West University of Timisoara, Romania), La conception virtuelle
  • Gheorghe Secheşan (USAB Timisoara, Romania), Des motifs mythiques dans la chanson de berceau
  • Mustapha Guenaou (CRASC/Oran, Algeria), Anthropologie et symbolisme de la conception de l’enfant au Maghreb. L’exemple de la médina et le hawz de Tlemcen (Algérie)
  • Liliana Eleonora Vasile (UMF Victor Babes, Romania), Cell Filiation - Between Retrieval and Recreation
  • Simona Dragan (UMF Victor Babes, Romania), The Energy Heart of the Cosmic Child – a Symbol beyond Duality

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29th

Children’s BODIES I, 9 h 00 – 11 h 30

  • Asma Marouf (CRASC/Oran, Algeria), Approche anthropologique des pratiques et comportements rituels qui entourent la naissance d’un nouveau né à Oran
  • Daniela Stanciu & Iulia Para (West University of Timisoara, Romania), Le corps des enfants comme signe du temps
  • Dorina Maria Farcas, Ligia Olivia Burta, Liviu Lazar, Carmen Serbescu, Mihaela Coroi, Felicia Manole, Ligia Vaida & Dan Matei (University of Oradea & Liceul de Pregatire Sportiva Oradea, Romania), Complex Anthropologic Assessment of Children 6-10 years from Oradea, Romania
  • Corneluta Fira-Mladinescu & Brighite Vlaicu (UMFVB Timisoara, Romania), Les dimensions du corps chez les jeunes - la perception personnelle vis-à-vis de la mesure objective
  • Andrei Motoc, Roxana Folescu , Diana Stan & Alina Sisu (UMFVB Timisoara, Romania), Cephalometric Data Concerning the Development of the Human Body in the Childhood and Earlier Adulthood

Break

EDUCATION, 11 h 45 – 13 h 45

  • Philippe Longchamp (Haute Ecole de Santé Vaud, Switzerland), La socialisation corporelle et ses variations sociales
  • Ecaterina Stativa & Cornelia Novak,  (IOMC Alfred Rusescu, Romania), Persistent Inappropriate Practices in Infant during the First Two Years of Life
  • Slobodan Dan Paich (Artship Foundation, United States of America)
  • Learning Body - Feeding Mind. Presence and Role of Dolls, Puppets and Models in Children’s Early Body Awareness,
  • Anna Pivovarova ( European University at St. Petersburg, Russia), Rebranding of Pain: Re-interpretation of Sensations in Home Childbirth Practice
  • Martine Court (Blaise Pascal University, France), Le travail de l’apparence au cours de l’enfance: différences entre garçons et filles et différences de classes

Lunch

ARTISTIC PERSPECTIVEs on childhood, 15 h 00 – 17 h 00

  • Cristina-Georgiana Voicu (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania), Unchanging bodies in Jean Rhys’s Good Morning, Midnight
  • Rodica Fofiu (Lucian Blaga University, Romania), Le mythe de l’androgyne dans le roman Séraphîta de Balzac
  • Daniela Catona (Universitatea de Vest Timisoara, Romania), Artist and Child—Relationships and Interactions in the Visual Art
  • Emilia Tomescu (Lucian Blaga University, Romania), Androgynous between Myth and Reality
  • Lenuta Giukin (State University of New York, United States of America), Private Bodies, Social Bodies in French Cinema

Break

ARTISTIC PERSPECTIVEs on childhood, 17h 15 – 19 h 00

  • Lucia Ofrim (University of Bucarest, Romania), Age Trouble: Jeunism and Confusion of Life-Stages
  • Amalia Voicu (Institute of Philology A. Phillipide/Iasi, Romania), Hypostases corporelles de l’enfant universel dans les Souvenirs d’enfance de Creanga
  • Sebastian Dragulanescu (Institute of Philology A. Phillipide/Iasi, Romania), Vers une poétique du corps dans l’œuvre de Mihai Eminescu. Les deux Aphrodites
  • Gabriela-Mariana Luca (UMFVBT, Romania), Le motif des « parents doubles » et les «adoptions magiques » contemporaines
  • Rodica Ieta (State University of New York, United States of America), Mothers against the Times: Projections of an Inner Mystery

Closing dinner, 20h00

All the working sessions of the symposium will be held at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Victor Babes Timisoara, Building I, Room 320. This event will be open to interested researchers, students, teachers, artists, journalists, etc. Participation will be free, but an advance registration is recommended.  

Contacts

  • Frédéric Duhart, CORPUS General Coordinator, frederic.duhart@wanadoo.fr
  • Gabriela-Mariana Luca, 7th Symposium Coordinator, luca.gabriela@gmail.com

More information about CORPUS and its activities: http://corpus.comlu.com

Lieux

  • Université de médecine et de pharmacie Victor Babeş de Timişoara
    Timişoara, Roumanie

Dates

  • lundi 28 novembre 2011
  • mardi 29 novembre 2011

Mots-clés

  • corps, éducation, parent, enfant, père, mère, accouchement, conception, genre

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 de parents, corps d'enfants. De la conception à l'éducation », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le lundi 10 octobre 2011, http://calenda.org/205561