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Publié le mercredi 12 décembre 2012 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

Visions of Socialism(s) in Eastern Europe: Visual Cultures and the Writing of History, CERI Sciences Po, December 13-December 14, 2012.

Annonce

Visions of Socialism(s) in Eastern Europe: Visual Cultures and the Writing of History, CERI Sciences Po, December 13-December 14, 2012, 56, rue Jacob, 75006 Paris, Salle de conférence, rez-de-chaussée

Programme

December 13, 2012

  • 9.30 - Welcome address by Christian Lequesne, director of CERI-Sciences Po.
  • 9.40  - Introduction by Nadège Ragaru, CERI-Sciences Po.

9.45-11.15 Panel I – Socialism(s) as Future-Past: Inhabiting Utopia

Panel Chair: Thomas Lindenberger, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam (ZZF), head of department 'Communism and Society'

  • The Seeing Self: 'Building Socialism' in Polish Competition Memoirs, Katherine Lebow,Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna
  • Imagining the Cybernetic Future in 1960s Czechoslovakia, Sarah Marks, UCL Centre for the History of Psychological Disciplines, London 
  • Discussant:Grégory Dufaud, Labex TEPSIS 

Coffee break 11.15-11.30 

11.30-13.00  Panel II – Back to the Future: The Mysteries of Socialist Science

Panel Chair :Anne-Marie Losonczy, EPHE & Université libre de Bruxelles 

  • An Oracle in the Vicinity of Todor Zhivkov ? Baba Vanga’s Visions in Bulgarian Late Socialism, Galia Valtchinova, University of Toulouse-Le-Mirail
  • Imaginer le possible, calculer  l'insaisissable, voir le futur: la catastrophe, les scientifiques et la ville au Kazakhstan soviétique, Marc Elie, CERCEC CNRS-EHESS
  • Discussant: Sophie Houdart, CNRS, Laboratoire d'Ethnologie et de Sociologie comparative, Nanterre

Lunch break 13.00-14.30 

14.30-16.00 Panel III – “Seeing like a State”: Building Socialism and/or the Nation?

Panel Chair: Thomas Lindenberger, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam (ZZF), head of department 'Communism and Society'

  • Performing the Nation: Music Historiography, the Canon, and the Construction of the Socialist Citizen in the early GDR, Elaine Kelly, University of Edinburgh 
  • Au théâtre de la nation. Les façonnages hungaro-roumains du théâtre à Oradea (Roumanie), Antonela Capelle-Pogăcean, CERI-Sciences Po 
  • Discussant: Larissa Zakharova, EHESS/CERCEC 

Coffee break 16.00-16.15 

16.15-18.00 Panel IV – Looking beyond East and West: Towards a Connected History of Socialisms?

Panel Chair and discussant: Yves Cohen, EHESS, CRH 

  • Picturing third World students in the USSR: The Social Representations of Race during Socialism, Constantin Katsakioris, University of Athens 
  • Beyond East and West: Film Festivals and International Solidarity with the South, Caroline Moine, University Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines 
  • L’UNIATEC ou comment les échanges techniques ont pu avoir lieu entre l’Europe de l’Ouest et l’Europe de l’Est, Clémence Schmitt, University of Paris IV-La Sorbonne  

December 14, 2012 

9.30-11.00 Panel I – Visions as Rememoration: The Multifold Temporalities of Socialism

Panel Chair and discussant: Elisabeth Anstett, IRIS-EHESS 

  • Imagining and Remembering Lenin’s Body, Alexei Yurchak, University of California 
  • A Transnational Production of Bulgarian Socialism? The (Time) Travels of Gorna Dzhumaya’s Theater in the 1940s, Nadège Ragaru, CERI-Sciences Po  
  • Cinema in an earlier time: post-Soviet movie talk as a site of cultural memory, Sudha Rajagopalan, University of Utrecht 

Coffee break 11.00-11.15 

11.15-12.45 Panel II – Visions and Knowledge: Sight, Sound and Touch in Writing the History of East European Socialisms

Panel Chair: Larissa Zakharova, EHESS/CERCEC 

  • Comment penser l’articulation entre le son et l’image dans les cultures visuelles ? Réflexion à partir de la sonorisation du cinéma dans l’URSS des années 1920-1930, Valérie Pozner, CNRS, ARIAS, University of Paris III 
  • Beyond Images: Soviet Times and Spaces under Moscow's Streets, Gabor Rittersporn, CNRS/EHESS, CERCEC 
  • Discussant: Jérôme Bazin, University of Paris Est Créteil 

Lunch break 12.45-14.15 

14.15-15.45 Panel III – Beyond Eastern Europe: Images and Acts of Seeing in the Writing of History 

A debate between

  • Stéphane Van Damme, Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po 
  • Camille Lefevbre, CNRS-CEMAf Paris
  • Anner Kerlan, CNRS-IHTP
  • Kristian Feigelson, University of Paris III/EHESS (CRESPA)  

Coffee break 15.45-16.00 

16.00-17.15 Documentary Screening 

  • Stuf (The Reed) by Titus Mesaros, 1966. 
  • Mai Multi Vinovati si o victima (Several Culprits and a Victim) by Oviviu Bose Pastina, 1983. 

Both documentaries will be introduced by Alina Popescu, University of Paris Ouest Nanterre-La Défense. 

Responsable scientifique: Nadège Ragaru, ragaru@ceri-sciences-po.org

Catégories

Lieux

  • CERI/Sciences Po, Salle de conférence - 56 rue Jacob
    Paris, France (75006)

Dates

  • jeudi 13 décembre 2012
  • vendredi 14 décembre 2012

Contacts

  • Nathalie Tenenbaum
    courriel : nathalie [dot] tenenbaum [at] sciencespo [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Nathalie Tenenbaum
    courriel : nathalie [dot] tenenbaum [at] sciencespo [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Visions of Socialism(s) in Eastern Europe: Visual Cultures and the Writing of History », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 12 décembre 2012, http://calenda.org/231877