Transatlantic Cultural History, 1700-Present : A digital Investigation

21-24 October 2016
Digital Humanities Laboratory, Northwestern University
Chicago

> Agenda/Programme

FRIDAY, 10/21 – Kaplan Institute

8:30 Coffee/breakfast

9:00-11:00 Reports from national teams and topical working groups.

11:30-12:30 Digital humanities presentation and discussion with scholars and staff at Northwestern working on digital humanities.

12:30-1:30 Lunch (catered)

1:30-2:30 Review of rubrics and thematic sections.

2:45-3:45 Continued discussion from morning of Transcultura Laboratory proposal and options for developing U.S. participation.

4:00-6:00 Jennifer Wild, University of Chicago, Found Object: A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Research in the Humanities, Harris Hall, Room 108

SATURDAY, 10/22

8:30 coffee/breakfast

9:00-11:30 In-depth discussion of two or three thematic sections, reviewing scope, organization, and authors.  Lessons to be drawn for the larger project.

11:30-12:30 Lunch

12:30-3:30 Goals and work plans for 2017.

3:30-5:00 Walk over to the Block Museum

7:00 Dinner for scholars participating in the meeting, the Stained Glass

SUNDAY, 10/23

11:00-4:00 Visits to the Art Institute of Chicago and the Du Sable Foundation Museum

MONDAY, 10/24

6-7:30 Presentation on project to Center for Historical Studies and Buffet Institute for Global Studies, discussion with Northwestern scholars of the larger historiographical issues at play in the Dictionary of Transatlantic Cultural History


Auteur : Anaïs Fléchet

I'm an associate professor in contemporary history at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines) and a junior partner at the Institut Universitaire de France. My research focuses on Brazilian music in the 20th century, on musical circulations in the Atlantic Area and on the history of music festivals. I published several books and articles on these subjects, including: Littératures et musiques dans la mondialisation (Publications de la Sorbonne, 2015, co-edited with M.-F. Lévy) ; Si tu vas à Rio. La musique populaire brésilienne en France au XXe et XXIe siècle (Armand Colin, 2013) ; Une histoire des festivals XXe-XXIe siècles (Publications de la Sorbonne, 2013, co-edition).

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