AccueilPublic History Summer School

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Publié le mardi 19 juin 2018 par Céline Guilleux

Résumé

If you are interested in how history functions in the public sphere, the summer school will give you an opportunity to broaden your interests and enrich your methodology. The event will combine lectures and debates concerning methodology and specific case studies by scholars from the HI UWr and invited guests from other universities, as well as presentations of students’ own research projects.

Annonce

Presentation

The Historical Institute of the University of Wroclaw (Poland), the International Federation for Public History, Jean-Monnet-Network „Applied European Contemporary History“ and Zajezdnia History Centre invites students and PhD candidates to participate in Public History Summer School to be held in Wrocław, 2-5 July 2018.

If you are interested in how history functions in the public sphere, the summer school will give you an opportunity to broaden your interests and enrich your methodology. The event will combine lectures and debates concerning methodology and specific case studies by scholars from the HI UWr and invited guests from other universities, as well as presentations of students’ own research projects.

Programme

Monday, 2 July

  • 14:00—15:00 Registration
  • 15:00—15:15 Opening
  • 15:15—16:45 Keynote lecture Thomas Cauvin (Colorado State University), Internationalizing Public History
  • 16:45—17:00 Coffee Break

17:00—18:30 Material culture 

  • Anna Węgiel (Polish Academy of Sciences), Public history in the kitchen. How were Polish foodways shaped by the PPR culture?
  • Alicja Bachulska (Polish Academy of Sciences), Historical Memory in the People's Republic of China (PRC). War-related Museums and Memorials as Places of Myth Construction and Deconstruction
  • Emily Gann (University of Ottawa), Gender, Disability, and the Body on-board Public Transportation in Canada during the 20th Century

18:45 reception

Tuesday, 3 July

  • 9:00—9:10 Opening
  • 9:10—11:00 Round table 

Why Public History?

  • Marek Mutor (Zajezdnia History Centre)
  • Małgorzata Rymsza-Pawłowska (American University)
  • Wojciech Bednarski (University of Wrocław)
  • Fabio Spirinelli (University of Luxembourg)

11:00—11:15 Coffee break 

11:15—12:45 Emotive Exhibitions

  • Siobhán Doyle (Dublin Institute of Technology), Representations of Death in Commemorative Exhibitions
  • Stephanie Arel (New York University), Memorializing Communal Trauma: Examining the Effects of Witnessing, Interpreting, and Collecting Traumatic Content
  • Cathlin Goulding (9/11 Memorial & Museum / New York University), Stairways into the Underworld: The Role of Descent at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

12:45—12:55 Coffee Break 

12:55—14:15 People and museums 

  • Rhiannon Pickin (Leeds Beckett University), Experiencing Crime and Punishment: Emotions, Perceptions and Responses to Crime and Penal Heritage in Courtroom and Prison Museums
  • Marta Kopiniak (University of Wrocław), Students and museums, a troubled relationship?
  • Irina Fedorova, Anna Fedorova (National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg), Representation of Solovki's legacy in the Soviet and post-Soviet period

14:15—15:00 Lunch

15:00 Visiting Zajezdnia History Centre

Wednesday, 4 July

9:30—11:00

Politics of memory (1)

  • Yulia Kiselyova (V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University), Emotional Aspects of Collective Memory Actualization (based on the Material of Monumental Memory Sites in Ukraine)
  • Daria Uspenskaya (National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg), Historical memory of Alexander Nevsky and Ivan IV in 1930–1950s in USSR
  • Bartłomiej Gajos (Polish Academy of Sciences), The Memory of the October Revolution in the USSR/Russia 1917–2017 on the examples of Moscow and Tambov

11:00—11:15 Coffe break

11:15—12:45 Politics of memory (2)

  • Nino Samkharadze (International Black Sea University), Soviet Nationalities Policy and Modern Nationalisms in the Former Soviet Countries
  • Mariia Frolova (National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg), The Policy of Memory of the Holocaust in the Cinema of the GDR and the FRG (1950–1990)
  • Natasja Lautrup (University of Southern Denmark), From Heroes to Profiteers – the Reformed Narrative of the Danish Holocaust

12:45—13:50 Visiting the university 

14:00—15:00 Lunch 

  • 15:00—16:30 lecture Jane Winters (University of London), Digital (Public) History—an Introduction

16:30—16:45 Coffee break 

16:45—17:45 History in litterature

  • Sajaudeen Chapparban (Central University of Hyderabad), Narratives in the Time History of Terror: Reclaiming Identity in the Select Muslim Fiction after 9/11
  • Ekaterina Kiryukhina (University of Wrocław), Historical Stories of Writers from Russia and Abroad

Thursday, 5 July

9:00—10:30

History and new media

  • Francesca Salvatore (University of Salento), Gamehistory: Innovation Didactics Between Game and Reality
  • Ewa Woźniak-Wawrzyniak (University of Wrocław), A Historical Figure on the Internet and in Social Media
  • Yuliyan Asenov, Petko Shtarbanov (University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski"), History Refracted Through Media’s Prism (‘What I chose to remember’)

10:30—10:45 Coffee break

10:45—11:45 Oral history 

  • Matthew Woodward (Independent researcher),The ‘Argentine May’ of 1969: Student Radicalisation and Mobilisation in Córdoba and the Centrality of the Local
  • Galustyan Regina (National Academy of Sciences, Armenia), Memory and History: Eyewitness Accounts of the Armenian Genocide

11:45—12:00 Coffee break

  • 12:00—13:30 Discussion

European History Narration(s). the case of House of European History in Brussels

  • Paweł Ukielski (Warsaw Rising Museum, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  • Chantal Kesteloot (Jean-Monnet-Network „Applied European Contemporary History“)

13:30 Closing remarks

The summer school is open to public. There is no conference fee (conference materials and coffee breaks are provided). However, you will need to cover your accommodation and meals.

Registration

Registration is open until June 17, 2018.

To register, please, fill in the form below:

https://goo.gl/forms/zEWUYrqHzjGV9YND3   

To book accommodation fill in the form below until May 31:

https://goo.gl/forms/QHdfHPSUY9pWBybb2

Organisation Committee

  • Prof. Joanna Wojdon
  • Magdalena Gibiec
  • Dorota Wiśniewska

Scientific Committee

  • Prof. Catherine Brice (Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne University)
  • Prof. Thomas Cauvin (Colorado State University)
  • Prof. Przemysław Wiszewski (University of Wrocław)
  • Dr Wojciech Kucharski (Zajezdnia History Centre)

Lieux

  • Zajezdnia History Centre - 184 Grabiszyńska Street
    Wrocław, Pologne (53-235)

Dates

  • lundi 02 juillet 2018
  • jeudi 05 juillet 2018
  • mardi 03 juillet 2018
  • mercredi 04 juillet 2018

Mots-clés

  • public history

Contacts

  • Dorota Wisniewska
    courriel : dorota [dot] wisniewska [at] uwr [dot] edu [dot] pl

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Dorota Wisniewska
    courriel : dorota [dot] wisniewska [at] uwr [dot] edu [dot] pl

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