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Publié le vendredi 25 avril 2014 par João Fernandes

Résumé

This two-day conference entitled Censorship and Women's Resistance in the Performing Arts, from Continental Asia to Insular Southeast Asia brings together scholars and artists from Asia, Europe and North America concerned with censorship and the various forms of struggle and resistance that female performing artists from Central, South and South-East Asia have engaged with in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Annonce

Program

Presentation by Marie Fourcade (CEIAS) & Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière (CASE)

Introduction by the organizers Tiziana Leucci (CEIAS) Dana Rappoport (CASE) and Davesh Soneji (McGill University, Montréal)

Thursday 22 may

1. Historical Representation

10h-13h

Chairs : Philippe Bruguière, Cité de la Musique ; François Picard, Université Paris IV

  • John Baily (University of London), Women, Music and Censorship in Afghanistan
  • Joep Bor (University of Leiden), Voluptuous Bayaderes or Dancing Whores? On Praise And Contempt For Courtesans In Early Colonial India
  • Julien Jugand (Ph. D., Université Paris X-Nanterre), Grace and Disgrace: Changing Patronage and Self-Representations of the Courtesans of Banaras in the 20th century
  • Tiziana Leucci (CNRS, Centre d’Etudes de l’Inde et d’Asie du Sud, Paris), Censorship and Resistance of the South Indian Courtesans: Silenced Voices and Forgotten Struggles. Bangalore Nagaratnamma’s Combats (1910-1952)

14h-18h

Chair : Stéphanie Tawa Lama-Rewal, CNRS, Centre d’Etudes de l’Inde et d’Asie du Sud, Paris

  • Basset, Catherine (Centre Asie du Sud-Est, Paris), Figures of the “bayadère” (public singer/dancer/lover) and of the “femme savante” (literate woman) on the Javanese and Javano-Balinese stage: a tantric point of view.
  • Philip Yampolsky (University of Illinois),The Ubiquity And Persistence Of Erotic Dance In Indonesia
  • Lucie Labbé (Ph. D Student, Centre Asie du Sud-Est, Paris), Keeping Khmer Court Dance Alive Through The Vicissitude Of Cambodia's Recent History (From 1953 To Present Day)
  • The voice of the performer : Savay Meas, (Cambodia), Court Dancer

Friday 23 may 

2. Censorship, Moral Order, Religious Morality

10h-13h

Chair : Catherine Servan-Schreiber, Centre d’Etudes de l’Inde et d’Asie du Sud, Paris

  • Intan Paramaditha (University of New York), Obsession for the Visible: The Politics of Vilified Bodies and Religious Morality in Indonesia
  • Dana Rappoport (Centre Asie du Sud-Est, Paris), «Tell Me Yes!»: Music And Censorship in The Toraja Highlands (Sulawesi, Indonesia)
  • Renaud Redien-Collot (Novancia Business School, Paris), Women Social Representation and Social Control

3. Resistance and Marginality

14h-18

Chair : Hélène Marquié, Université Paris VIII

  • Marie Lecomte-Tilouine (Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Sociale, Paris), Women’s Cultural struggle and Artivism in Nepal
  • Anna Morcom (Royal Holloway, University of London), India's Marginalised Erotic Performers In The 20th And 21st Centuries: Strategies Of Survival
  • Davesh Soneji (McGill University, Montréal), Stigma, Resistance, Resilience: Dance, the State and Women from Devadasi Communities in South India
  • The voice of the performer : Yashoda Thakore (Hyderabad University, India), dancer and scholar.

Round Table

Final discussion with all the speakers, performers and audience + Cocktail

Lieux

  • 190 avenue de France
    Paris, France (75013)

Dates

  • jeudi 22 mai 2014
  • vendredi 23 mai 2014

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • censure, Asie, musique, danse

Contacts

  • Dana Rappoport
    courriel : danarapp [at] cnrs [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Dana Rappoport
    courriel : danarapp [at] cnrs [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Censorship and Women's Resistance in the Performing Arts, from Continental Asia to Insular Southeast Asia », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le vendredi 25 avril 2014, http://calenda.org/286427