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  • Appel à contribution - Épistémologie et méthodes

    Journal of Festive Studies

    The journal’s stated aim is to draw together all academics who share an interest in festivities, including but not limited to holiday celebrations, family rituals, carnivals, religious feasts, processions and parades, and civic commemorations. The specific contributions of the historical, geographical, sociological, anthropological, ethnological, psychological, and economic disciplines to the study of festivities may be explored but, more importantly, authors should offer guidelines on how to successfully integrate them. How can one reconcile, for instance, the discourse of “festival tourism,” dominated by the positivistic, quantitative research paradigm of consumer behavior approaches, with a more classical discourse, mostly flowing from cultural anthropology and sociology, concerning the roles, meanings and impacts of festivals in society and culture?

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  • Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Archives, the Digital Turn and Governance in Africa

    “History in Africa” Journal

    This featured section of History in Africa will address the wave of digitisation of archives in Africa over the last fifteen years. With the rise of information technologies, an increasing part of public – and to some extent private - African archives are being digitised and made accessible on the internet. This wave of digitisation is usually seen as a progress with the help of ambitious initiatives applying new technologies to cultural heritage of humanity such as the rescue of the manuscripts of Timbuktu or the Endangered Archives programme at the British Library. Yet as much as these new technologies raise enthusiasm, they also prompt discussions amongst researchers and archivists, which go from intellectual property to sovereignty and governance.

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  • Le Mans

    École d'été - Épistémologie et méthodes

    Bibliotheca Digitalis – Reconstitution de réseaux culturels au début des Temps modernes : des sources primaires aux données

    École d’été DARIAH

    La journée inaugurale introduira les problématiques et objectifs de cette école d’été. Les journées suivantes alterneront des matinées de présentations et des après-midis d’ateliers de mise en œuvre pratique en groupes. Les stagiaires apprendront à traiter les documents sources dans un environnement numérique avec des outils adaptés. Plusieurs documents patrimoniaux sélectionnés dans les fonds des bibliothèques et archives du Mans, du Maine et de l’Anjou, préalablement préparés en version numérique, serviront d’appui aux exercices. Des conférences, ouvertes au public, de spécialistes internationaux clôtureront les journées sur plusieurs aspects de la « Bibliotheca digitalis ».

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  • Sétif

    Appel à contribution - Études des sciences

    3rd African conference on research in chemistry education

    ACRICE2017

    The  conference  (under  the  scientific  auspices  of  the Algerian  Chemical  Society,  Société Algérienne de Chimie, SAC, in association with FASC, the  Federation of  African Societies of  Chemistry) and IUPAC, the International Union of  Pure  and  Applied  Chemistry,  wishes  to  emphasize  the roles  of  chemistry  education  for  development  and  for sustainable  development  in  the  Maghreb region  and  in Africa,  by  offering  an  ideal  opportunity  for  sharing experiences among chemistry educators across the African continent  and  with  specialists  from  other  continents.

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  • Athènes

    Informations diverses - Information

    Encoding ancient texts

    DARIAH Workshop EpiDoc

    The topic of the DARIAH training workshop “EpiDoc” will be digital editing of epigraphic and papyrological texts. It will focus on the encoding of inscriptions, papyri and other ancient texts. The workshop is intended for scholars of all levels, from students to professors.

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  • Florence

    Appel à contribution - Représentations

    Artist films and video in Tuscany 1960-1990

    Memories of Contemporary

    The call for proposals Artist Films and Video in Tuscany 1960-1990 welcomes proposals from early- and mid-career scholars of art history or related disciplines, inviting them to present an artist film or video, linked with the Tuscan experimental context (1960-1990), to be shown during the international conference Memories of Contemporary (Florence, November 22-23, 2016) promoted by Senzacornice | Research and Education Lab for Contemporary Art.

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  • Toronto

    Appel à contribution - Études des sciences

    Archives unleashed: Web archive hackathon

    This hackathon will bring together a small group of 20-30 participants to collaboratively develop new open-source tools and approaches to hackathon, and to kick-off collaboratively inspired research projects. Researchers should be comfortable with command line interactions, and knowledge of a scripting language such as Python strongly desired. By bringing together a group of like-minded scholars and programmers, we hope to begin building unified analytic production effort and to continue coalescing this nascent research community.

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  • Cracovie

    Colloque - Représentations

    A place for places: current trends and challenges in the development and use of geo-historical gazetteers

    Digital Humanities 2016 pre-conference Workshop

    The 1st edition of the workshop “A place for places” will hold in conjunction with the “2016 Digital Humanities conference” in Kraków, Poland. The present workshop aims to investigate the latest developments of geo-historical gazetteers and their impact in natural language processing and digital humanities studies. In particular the workshop will deal with crucial problems concerning the geo-spatial models of representation for ancient places, and the management of temporal information for geographic features in general. Current projects concerning the publication of geo-historical data as Linked Open Data, as well as their exploitation for annotating and enriching texts will also be discussed, alongside with more theoretical issues on vocabularies and ontologies.

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  • San Antonio

    Appel à contribution - Ethnologie, anthropologie

    Encoding Data for Digital Collaboration (ASOR 2016)

    Data encoding entails an analog-to-digital conversion in which the characteristics of an object, text, or archaeological site can be represented in a specialized format for computer handling. Once encoded, data can be stored, sorted, and analyzed through a variety of computer-based techniques ranging from specialized data-mining algorithms to user-friendly mobile apps. Especially when encoded data is open-source, researchers around the world can collaborate on the collection, encoding, and analysis of data.

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  • Réthymnon

    Appel à contribution - Histoire

    Revealing Ordinary Jerusalem (1840–1940)

    New archives and perspectives on urban citizenship and global entanglements

    The Open Jerusalem project aims to unlock and connect different archives and sources in order to investigate the ordinary entangled history of a global city through the lens of the concept of urban citizenship (citadinité). The objective is to produce historical narratives focusing on the way residents interacted with each other, inhabited and appropriated space(s). The symposium intends to be a forum for deepening discussions and opening scientific debates, based on contributions by scholars specializing in related topics, urban historians and specialists of the region. Therefore all participants are kindly requested to stay in Rethymno for the whole duration of the symposium.

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  • Bruxelles

    Appel à contribution - Époque contemporaine

    Défaire l'impunité, promouvoir la justice internationale

    L'expérience belge (1870-2015)

    This conference seeks to discuss the Belgian record of engagement with international law and justice and to put this national experience in international perspective. It specifically questions the way in which the judiciary dealt with gross violations of international law in the wake of war and how legal actors responded to the challenges of an emergent and developing set of international laws, from 1870 to 2015. 

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  • Champs-sur-Marne | Paris

    Colloque - Histoire

    Archiving a City

    The Future of Jerusalem Past

    This conference aims at contributing to the development of the reflection on digital humanities, public history and urban studies on late Ottoman and Mandate Jerusalem. It is organised by Open Jerusalem, ERC-funded project directed by Vincent Lemire (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-vallée), in collaboration with the French National Archives

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  • Paris

    Colloque - Histoire

    Les circulations artistiques Sud-Sud

    L'internationalisme décentré affiché par les biennales de la Havane, de Dakar ou de Gwangju, invite à ne plus se contenter d’une conception nord-atlantique de l'histoire de l'art, et à considérer sérieusement des villes et régions qui ont été marginalisées peut-être plus encore de nos sujets de recherche que des circulations artistiques effectives. L’historicisation et la mesure des circulations artistiques dans les marges sont aujourd’hui des tâches décisives pour démontrer, nuancer ou contester la “provincialisation” de l’Occident dans l’histoire récente de l’art. C’est l’objet de la prochaine conférence Artl@s, qui cherche à réunir des chercheurs de tous horizons géographiques et disciplinaires afin de réfléchir ensemble à l’hypothèse de circulations artistiques « Sud-Sud » depuis la décolonisation jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

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  • Paris

    École d'été - Études des sciences

    Research, pedagogic sessions and tools for controversy mapping

    FORCCAST Summer School 2015

    In 2014, we started the FORCCAST summer school with a provocative question: “What is a good controversy?”. We began by lining up case studies selected by participants which were then discussed by  participants in small groups. We would like to continue this exercise by inviting scholars working on controversies to present their case study and situate the notion of “controversies” in relation to more established and used social sciences concepts. It is not unfair to detect a somewhat casual use of “controversies” as an analytical resource. Against this trend, we encourage scholars to present research that falls within this area, and also to refine the coarse nature of the very term “controversy”. Over the years, we will build a repository of case studies that should help all of us to analyze the diversity behind the use of the term “controversies”, to identify some patterns, and hopefully to build a common typology.

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  • Paris

    Journée d'étude - Afrique

    Travailler sur / avec les archives et l'écrit en anthropologie et en études littéraires

    Perspectives sur le monde swahili

    This theme is intended to reflect the rapprochement of the research objects and theoretical perspectives of anthropology and literary studies. This rapprochement offers opportunities to discuss commonalities and differences in how archives and texts are explored and analysed. It also intends to interrogate the relations between the written word and orality and performance. As historians and philologists working on Arabic and Swahili manuscripts have demonstrated, due to early Islamization and the preservation of documents, the Swahili world is characterized by the pervasiveness of the written word. As a result it is a particularly relevant site in which to engage in such theoretical and epistemological reflections.

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  • Tartu

    Appel à contribution - Langage

    The Why Linguistics Conference

    This conference proposes a constructive take on the question "Why?", as in, why are we doing what we are doing as linguists, and what is our contribution to knowledge? Or, equally well, what is the contribution of a particular domain of linguistics to other disciplines, and in turn, their contribution to linguistics? To what end do linguistics and any such neighboring fields of research or industry converge in their methods, results and problem setting? We welcome ideas both from within the linguistics community and fields of research or industry that involve the study of human language.

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  • Lisbonne

    Colloque - Moyen Âge

    Sephardic Book Art of the XVth century

    This conference will focus on the cultural and artistic questions posed by Sephardic codices of the 15th century by gathering scholars who have studied or are studying these manuscripts. Moreover, issues related with the materiality of these manuscripts will also be discussed, including codicological and paleographic approaches, as well as the fate of these manuscripts after the forced conversion or expulsion of Sephardic Jews between 1492 and 1498, among other related topics. Invited speakers include Andreina Contessa, Javier del Barco, Katrin Kogman-Appel, Maria Teresa Ortega Monasterio, Sarit Shalev-Eyni, Shalom Sabar, Sonia Fellous.

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  • Berne

    Colloque - Information

    The Technology of Information, Communication and Administration – An Entwined History

    Conference ICT@Admin

    The conference at the Federal Archives is a platform for discussing these links from a variety of perspectives. It covers a wide range of issues debated in the humanities and social sciences as well as in technological research and the information and administration sciences. The objective is to gain new knowledge by sharing the latest research on the topic and to identify further issues for future examination.

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  • Florence | Fiesole

    Colloque - Histoire

    Public History and the Media

    The International Federation for Public History (IFPH-FIHP),  together with the American NCPH and other associations and cultural institutions, are participating to an important workshop on Public History organised by the History and Civilisation Department,European University Institute together with the EUI Max Weber Academic Careers Observatory Programand the Historical Archives of the European Union, in Florence-Fiesole, Italy, 11th, 12th and 13th February 2015.

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  • Appel à contribution - Épistémologie et méthodes

    L’information géographique de l’histoire de l’art : pourquoi et comment retracer la circulation des faits et des savoirs

    Artl@s Bulletin 4, 2 (Automne 2015)

    Le tournant spatial des sciences humaines a poussé différentes disciplines à déconstruire la fabrique des faits artistiques : l'étude de la circulation des œuvres et des artistes apparaît maintenant comme un levier fertile pour cerner les logiques, les contraintes et les transgressions de l'histoire géographique de l'art. Ce « retour aux faits » appelle à une réflexion sur les méthodes employées pour identifier, collecter, mettre en cohérence et interpréter l’information géographique des traces laissées par l’activité artistique. Réfléchir sur la traçabilité des savoirs et des faits artistiques, c’est l’objet de ce numéro spécial d’Artl@s Bulletin.

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