Journée d’étude sur la radio “Les archives et la radio. Évolution de l’usage des sources : le cas de la Grande Guerre”, 28 novembre, Archives Nationales

Archives Nationales, site Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, salles de
commission 1-2
59 rue Guynemer, 93380 Pierrefitte-sur-Seine
(métro Saint Denis-Université, ligne 13)

Programme:

10 H 00 OUVERTURE DE LA JOURNEE – Mot d’accueil

10 H 10 INTERVENTION 1 – Les fonctions des archives comme sources de la radio. Les archives de La Grande Guerre et les débuts de la radio.Marine Zelverte, Conservateur du Patrimoine, Archives nationales, et Charlotte Leblanc, Chargée des fonds des Postes et des Télécommunications, Archives nationales.

10 H 30 SEANCE D’ECOUTE 1 – Document d’archives sonores

10 H 45 Débat avec la salle

11 H 10 Pause

11 H 25 INTERVENTION 2 – les mutations techniques de la radio et l’évolution de la circulation de l’information sur la Grande Guerre (titre provisoire).
Pascal Griset, Professeur d’histoire contemporaine, Directeur de l’Institut des Sciences de la Communication du CNRS
(ISCC).

11 H 45 Débat avec la salle

12 H 15 REPAS

13 H 30 SEANCE D’ECOUTE 2 – Document d’archives sonores

13 H 45 PRESENTATION DU PROJET D’ASSOCIATION « Radio-Archives »

14 H 00 INTERVENTION 3 – L’évolution des représentations de la Grande Guerre à la radio, du cinquantenaire au centenaire.
Béatrice Donzelle, Chercheure en histoire et sociologie des médias, CHCSC, UVSQ. Ater à l’UPEC (Département Communication politique et publique)

14 H 30 Débat avec la salle

14 H 45 Pause

15 H 00 INTERVENTION 4 – Laguerre de 14-18. Quelle représentation à la radio en 2013-2014 ?Dialogue avec Anaïs Kien, Historienne, Productrice à La Fabrique de l’histoire (France Culture), Commissaire de l’exposition sur la Première guerre mondiale à l’Institut Français.

15 H 30 INTERVENTION 5 – Les collections Radio de l’INA et la Guerre de 14-18 (titre provisoire).
Intervenant INA à confirmer

16 H 00 TABLE RONDE AVEC LA SALLE

16 H 20 SYNTHESE DES TRAVAUX sur le thème de la valorisation des Archives sonores, un enjeu à relever, des actions à mettre en place…

16 H 30 CONCLUSION DE LA JOURNEE

Lieu:

Archives Nationales, site Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, salles de
commission 1-2
59 rue Guynemer, 93380 Pierrefitte-sur-Seine
(métro Saint Denis-Université, ligne 13)

Exposition : “La Guerre de 14-18 à travers les Cartes à Jouer… et autres collections du musée, 20 octobre-2 novembre 2014

Sources: http://issy.com/ma-ville/equipements-culturels/musee-francais-de-la-carte-a-jouer/exposition–la-guerre-de-14-18-a-travers-les-cartes-a-jouer-et-autres-collections-du-musee                      

Dans le cadre des Commémorations du Centenaire de la 1e Guerre mondiale, le musée vous propose une exposition spéciale (visite guidée à 18h le jeudi 23 octobre).

Pendant la période 1914-1918, un nombre non négligeable de jeux de cartes va être imprimé, la plupart en Europe : l’Allemagne en tête, puis l’Angleterre, la France, la Suisse, la Belgique en fin de conflit, mais aussi l’Amérique du Nord (Etats-Unis et Canada) et l’Australie.

Ces jeux, d’esprit patriotique, mettent en avant les “alliés”, les dirigeants (souverains, responsables politiques, généraux…), les différentes forces armées engagées, les événements marquants, les victoires… Dans ces temps incertains, ils peuvent même devenir des outils de prédiction.

Pour soutenir l’effort de guerre et le moral des troupes, un grand nombre de jeux de propagande sont édités, essentiellement dans l’Empire allemand, et les soldats en sont largement pourvus. Dans les tranchées – en retrait des lignes de front – dans les hôpitaux, les cartes à jouer peuvent aussi aider à passer le temps. Vecteurs de sociabilité, là même où celle-ci est impitoyablement détruite, la pratique du jeu de cartes, skat du côté germanique, manille du côté français, met du baume au coeur des combattants. Et puis, les photographies de joueurs dans les tranchées viennent utilement rassurer l’arrière…

Bien qu’éloignée du front, la population isséenne fut elle aussi touchée par le conflit, étant appelée sinon à combattre, du moins à soutenir l’effort de guerre et le moral des troupes. Quelques objets, quelques documents émouvants – les souvenirs d’une écolière isséenne – le rappellent. En 1991, une Isséenne, Renée Amiet, confiait au musée ses souvenirs de la Grande Guerre : « 1914 : C’est la guerre ! Mon père âgé de 41 ans est mobilisé dès le 1er jour, il restera quatre ans dans les tranchées en qualité d’infirmier-brancardier et mon frère en 1916, mobilisé à son tour, sera affecté à l’Armée d’Orient en qualité de radio télégraphiste au 8e Génie. Il ne reste plus beaucoup d’hommes en région parisienne, les femmes vont les remplacer dans les usines pour la fabrication des munitions. Ma mère ira chez Renault à Billancourt mais elle n’y restera que trois jours ne pouvant supporter le bruit ! ».

Conférences liées à l’exposition :

  • “Les joueurs de Skat” d’Otto DIx : le corps, entre Guerre et Médecine”, par Sophie Delaporte, historienne, auteure de Geules cassées de la grande guerre” (Jeudi 25 septembre à 18h30 ; entrée libre).
  • “Un aumônier militaire à Verdun de 1914 à 1916 : le Père Anizan” (Jeudi 23 octobre à 19h ; entrée libre).
    (+ visite guidée de l’exposition à 18h).

 

Information : http://www.issy.com/storage/musee/

Adresse : 16 Rue Auguste Gervais, 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux ( Métro Mairie d’Issy, a deux pas du métro)

Téléphone :01 41 23 83 60

Fashion Tales 2015: FEEDING THE IMAGINARY, 18-20 June – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano

ModaCult is an academic research centre that has tried, since its creation in 1995 , to support dialogue across disciplines and practices and to compare the languages and expertise of different fashion professionals, both by organizing interdisciplinary conferences and promoting ethnographic research projects. In June 2012 it convened and hosted the first edition of the Conference Fashion Tales, attended by 250 delegates from 38 Countries from all continents. Today, on the occasion of the Expo 2015 to be held in Milan and significantly entitled ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’, we invite scholars, curators, media and consultancy professionals, as well as fashion designers and business people, to share ideas, meanings, images and methodologies with particular attention to the ways they feed the social imaginary towards sustainable lifestyles.

Thematic rationale

Since its beginnings in the middle of the 19th century, fashion has been narrated through multiple media, both visual and verbal, and for different purposes such as marketing and advertising, art, costume history, social research and cultural dissemination. Since then,  fashion has represented an important piece of material culture in modern industrial urban societies and in postcolonial and non-western contexts: artefacts that embody workmanship, tastes, lifestyles as well as the costume and art traditions of different countries.

Today, the discourses and the products of material culture developed in the field of fashion are ever more concerned with the issue of sustainability. This issue is seen not just in terms of ecological and ethical practices of production and consumption, as already well established in fashion studies, but also by revealing how fashion is able to create a virtuous circle between the aesthetic innovation of collections and the psycho-physical wellness of the person. The sustainable imaginary of fashion is one which promotes multiple models of beauty, which originates from fashion’s own encounter with other visual cultures worldwide and its dialogue with a variety of fields and disciplines. These can act as a tool to build new social images of bodies, of their health and wellness, new models for actions and practices and for the nurturing of diversity.

Since fashion is a system of material production and consumption, and a system of signs, it involves differently skilled people. Their purposes, however, have often been divergent and too rarely overlapping. Media professionals, communication and marketing consultants, scholars, curators and other actors of the field of fashion develop their own discourses and expertise, but often with little cross over between them. Indeed, comparing and sharing experiences, concepts and methodologies can be difficult. When these grow out of different national or regional traditions the dialogue can become even more challenging.

The conference Fashion Tales 2015 aims to address this challenge. It hopes to be a platform that facilitates encounters between, skills, knowledge, disciplines and cultures the better to nurture and develop the many products and practices of fashion across which one’s gaze and thought can navigate; those art exhibitions, catwalks, photo books, movies, magazines, ads, blogs, scientific essays and interviews which feed the fashion imaginary.

Call for papers

Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Fashion and imaginary: how fashion is represented in the fine arts, architecture, music, photography etc., and how these representations inform a sustainable imaginary.

2. Fashion languages and linguistic codes: how to develop a new language for writing and talking about fashion in traditional and digital media (magazines, newspapers, fashion films, blogs, fashion-themed TV series, advertising etc.).

3. Visual methodologies for fashion studies: how to use images and videos in fashion research and communication.

4. Body and beauty: how to represent contemporary bodies in a non-stereotyped way, respecting the differences and the richness of body shapes and ethnic and cultural traits against a standardized image of the body.

5. Fashion and sustainable consumption: how fashion can enhance responsible practices of consumption, including in non-fashion related industries, and act as a tool of identity construction.

6. Social responsibility: how to spread social responsibility through fashion, at different levels (design, production, retail, communication).

7. Fashion houses: how to study and narrate the living culture of the fashion houses, which is an important part of the cultural capital so secretly treasured and guarded by companies.

8. Fashion schools, museums, institutions: how fashion institutions contribute to shaping the sustainable imaginary of fashion.

9. Fashion blogging and social networks: how to promote new fashion communication patterns (top down, bottom up, peer to peer) through web 2.0 and 3.0. How to contribute through them to the construction of new fashion discourses.

10. Fashion trends: how to understand (and forecast) the evolution of society by reading the socio-cultural signals embodied by fashion codes.

11. Fashion and technology: how smart textiles can interact with human body and modify both design and consumption practices on a sustainable basis.

12. Digitalization and materiality: how new personal digital devices influence the construction of fashion materiality and its representation.

13. Living fashion vs museum pieces: how to exhibit fashion in museums and in private and public collections without losing its essential dynamism.

14. World tales: how non-Western and postcolonial tales and practices can challenge the Western representation of fashion.

15. Resistant tales: how individuals and groups can produce or use alternative and counter-hegemonic fashion tales.

If you wish to present a paper at the conference you will have to submit electronically, using the web-based submission form, an abstract of maximum 350 words and a 120 words profile of each author (including affiliation and, if desired, your two main publications) in English by 20th October 2014.

Files should include the following information in this order:

a) author(s) b) affiliation c) email address d) title of abstract e) body of abstract

Please use plain text and abstain from using footnotes and any special formatting, characters or emphasis (such as bold, italics or underline).

We are using EasyChair for the submission and the review process. To submit your abstract please first read carefully the abstract submission guidelines and then connect to FT2015 EASYCHAIR WEBSITE.

The authors of the best papers will be invited to submit a full length article to the International Journal of Fashion Studies (https://www.facebook.com/fashionstudies?ref_type=bookmark).

The official language of the conference will be English.

Conference “Fashion Through History Costumes, Symbols, Communication”, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, May 20-21, 2015

The Initiative: Following the tradition of previous conferences (2013-2014), Sapienza University of Rome launches the call for papers for the international conference Fashion Through History, with an broad subtitle that aims to confront the complex reality of fashion.
When and Where: The conference will be held on May 20 and 21, 2015 at Sapienza University of Rome (P.le Aldo Moro 5).

Aims: The conference intends to open a debate on the relation between fashion and society through history, analyzed in the context of an intensely interdisciplinary research. In every epoch, fashion is the product of society, but at the same time it contributes to define that society representing it through symbols and agents of change. As it is shown today, the relation between creativity and the market, the interaction between brands and new dynamics of production and distribution are essential also for the re-elaboration of the concept Made in Italy.

Modality: The program will include both plenary sessions and thematic ones divided into panels, with a chair, a discussant and at least three speakers. Within each panel, participants will present and discuss their researches of high scientific level able to communicate with each other and enrich the knowledge on the topics of the
conference.

Methods: The scientific approach of the conference is aimed at a broader interdisciplinarity and internationality, in the belief that only by combining diverse knowledge, which use various and effective methods of research, we can deepen the understanding of social history and that of costumes. In this perspective, of great importance are contributions of professors and researchers of history, sociology, philosophy, economics, communication, psychology, art and literature, of various countries between the past and the present.

Participants: The conference wants to provide an opportunity for debate between the academic setting, large Maisons and many different companies engaged in the sector. Particular attention is given to junior researchers (PhD students, post-doctorates, research fellows) for whom a reduced participation fee of 60 euro is reserved, compared to the fee of 120 euro for senior researchers.

Sessions: The Organizing Committee encourages the submission of paper proposals –which will then be analyzed for approval – that could be framed within the following key words:

1. History of fashion;
2. Economy and marketing;
3. Esthetics and communication;
4. Textiles and fashion techniques;
5. Uniforms and theater costumes.

Language: The language of the conference is English, with the possibility to hold some sessions in Italian and French upon the request of the speakers.
Proposals: Applications should be sent in one mail no later than February 2, 2015 to the following e-mail address romeconference2015@uniroma1.it and should include:
1. A short curriculum vitae of the speaker;
2. An abstract of the paper (max 300 words);
3. Contact details.

Participation will be confirmed by March 2, 2015. The Organizing Committee will publish the program, as soon as it is ready, on the website of the conference. For any other information, write to the following e-mail address romeconference2015@uniroma1.it or visit our website romeconference2015.blogspot.com.

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