Beyond Anthropophagy: Cultural Modernities between Brazil and France

French and the Global Humanities Conference

19-21 October 2017
Northwestern University

Beyond Anthropophagy: Cultural Modernities Between Brazil and France. Buffett Institute for Global Studies, Northwestern University, Chicago.

The conference explored Brazilian/French literary, artistic, and intellectual interactions between the wars in terms of recent debates about “world literature,” “world art,” and “global modernity.”

Please check the program here and here

CFP – Idiosyncrasie de l’indigénisme en Amérique latine

Revue Arteologie (n°12, 2018)
« Idiosyncrasie de l’indigénisme en Amérique latine. Pluralité des sources et des appropriations extra-latino-américaines »

Date limite de réception des travaux originaux et inédits : 30 mars 2018

https://artelogie.revues.org/1117

 

Transatlantic Studies Association Conference

16th Annual Conference

10-12 July 2017
Cork, Ireland

This summer, Anaïs Fléchet, Pricilia Pilatowsky and Jean-Sébastien Noël represented the Transatlantic Cultures’ team in the Transatlantic Studies Association Conference, in Cork, Ireland.

Panel: Transatlantic Cultures: A Digital Handbook Of Transatlantic Cultural History 1700 to Now.

Anaïs Fléchet, University of Versailles, France. Chair / Discussant: Transatlantic Cultures: General Overview.

Jean Sébastien Noël, ‘Old and New Klezmorim: Prosopographical Approach. Musical Circulations and Migrations of Professional Musicians between Europe, the United States of America and Argentina.’

Priscila Pilatowsky Goñi, ‘From Sailing to Flying: Towards a Transatlantic History of Transportation.’

TSA Programme July 2017-3

Exotisme musical et Atlantique noir

Journée d’étude pluridisciplinaire du CRESPPA

Lundi 4 septembre 2017, 10h-17h
Salle 159, 59-61 rue Pouchet, 75017 Paris (métro Brochant ou Guy Môquet)

Participant•e•s :
Keivan Djavadzadeh (Cresppa-Labtop, Université Paris 8)
Anaïs Fléchet (Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines, UVSQ / IUF)
Karim Hammou (Cresppa-CSU, CNRS)
Cecilia Pires (Centre de recherches sur les arts et le langage, EHESS)
Olivier Roueff (Cresppa-CSU, CNRS)
Daniela Vieira (Fapesp Fellowship, Unicamp / Cresppa)

Journées organisée par Karim Hammou & Daniela Vieira

Programme

 

CFP – Audiovisual Data in Digital Humanities

VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture

Considering the relevance of audiovisual material as perhaps the biggest wave of data to come in the near future (Smith, 2013, IBM prospective study) its relatively modest position within the realm of Digital Humanities conferences is remarkable. The objective of this special issue for VIEW is to present current research in that field on a variety of epistemological, historiographical and technological issues that are specific for digital methods applied to audiovisual data. We strive to cover a great range of media and data types and of applications representing the various stages of the research process.

Call for paper.

CFP – Americas / Europe, Digital Humanities as Shared Space? Challenges, innovations and perspectives

15th International Conference of the IDA (Institut des Amériques)

October 18-20, 2017
La Rochelle University, France

Appel à com Colloque IdA 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS IdA 2017

CHAMADA DE TRABALHOS IdA 2017

CONVOCATORIA IdA 2017