[9 aprilie 2018, Seminarul "Museums, Power, Knowledge", EHESS/ENS/ Musée de l’Homme] (Damiana OȚOIU)

posted 22 Apr 2018, 14:29 by Echipa de Management al Cercetarii
Damiana OȚOIU, cadru didactic FSPUB, a participat la a 6a sesiune a seminarului "Réécrire le passé colonial : enjeux contemporains des collections de musée" (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales de Paris, Ecole normale supérieure). Seminarul a avut loc pe 9 aprilie 2018 la Musée de l’Homme, 17 place du Trocadéro 75016 Paris, între orele 15h30 si 18h30. 

Seminarul a constat intr-o interventie a lui Tony Bennett (Western Sydney University) pe tema «Museums, Power, Knowledge», precedata o alocutiune introductiva a lui Dominique Poulot (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).

Discuția care a urmat interventiei a fost moderată de către membrii echipei seminarului: Felicity Bodenstein, Technische Universität, Berlin, Benoît de L'Estoile,CNRS/ ENS, Damiana Oțoiu, FSPUB, Dominique Poulot, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Laurella Rincon, ENS, Anna Seiderer, Université Paris 8, Margareta Von Oswald, EHESS.

Bibliografie:

- Bennett T. et al., Collecting, ordering, governing: Anthropology, museums and liberal government, Duke University Press, 2017

- Bennett T, Making culture, changing society, Routledge, London & New York, 2013

- Bennett T, Savage, M, Silva, E, Warde, A, Gayo-Cal, M & Wright, D, Culture, class, distinction, Routledge, London & New York, 2009

- Bennett T, Critical trajectories: culture, society, intellectuals, Blackwell, Malden, US & Oxford, 2007

- Bennett T, Culture and society: collected essays, Guangxi Normal University Press, Beijing, 2007

- Bennett T, Pasts beyond memories: evolution, museums, colonialism, Routledge, London & New York, 2004

- Bennett T, The birth of the museum: history, theory, politics, Routledge, London & New York, 1995

Scurta prezentare a invitatului aceste sesiuni:

Tony Bennett joined Western Sydney University as Research Professor in Social and Cultural Theory at the Institute for Culture and Society in 2009. His previous positions included a period as Professor of Sociology at the Open University where he was also a Director of the ESRC Centre for Research on Socio-cultural Change, and as Professor of Cultural Studies at Griffith University where he was also Dean of Humanities and Director of the ARC Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy. He is a member of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and of the UK Academy of the Social Sciences.

Professor Bennett's interests span a number of areas across the social sciences and humanities, with significant contributions to the fields of literary theory, cultural studies, cultural sociology, and museum studies. His work in museum studies has contributed to the development of the 'new museology' particularly in the light it has thrown on the role of museums as instruments of social governance. The common thread running through his interests across these areas concerns the ways in which culture is tangled up in the exercise of power. This has informed his recent research focused on the ways in which the knowledge practices of aesthetics and anthropology have informed modern processes of cultural governance from the 19th century through to the present. This work includes a significant focus on the part played by the early fieldwork phase in Australian, British, French and American anthropology in the development of new practices of colonial governance.

Professor Bennett is currently the lead Chief Investigator on two Australian Research Council Discovery Projects : Australian Cultural Fields : National and Transnational Dynamics and Assembling and Governing Habits. .He has worked in a consulting or advisory capacity for a range of governmentorganisations, including UNESCO and the Council of Europe, and has conducted research collaborations with a wide range of cultural sector and government organisations in Australia and Britain.
Mai multe informații despre seminar:

Ce séminaire examine les formes de réécriture, de renégociation et de réappropriation contemporaines des collections constituées entre la fin du XIXe et la première moitié du XXe siècle, sur le continent africain, et qui sont depuis lors conservées dans des institutions muséales. Ces collections, souvent perçues comme des butins de guerre et comme le reflet de pratiques savantes remises en cause depuis, génèrent aujourd’hui de vives tensions et suscitent des questionnements d’ordre épistémologique, politique et social. Il s’agit d’examiner les enjeux dont le passé colonial est investi aujourd’hui dans le champ des pratiques sociales, scientifiques, muséales et artistiques. L’invitation de chercheurs et de praticiens (commissaires d’expositions, professionnels des musées, artistes) permet d’aborder ces pratiques et ces processus dans une perspective pluridisciplinaire, ouvrant le dialogue sur les défis et les potentialités que ces objets et ces documents offrent à la recherche aujourd’hui.


Pagina web: https://enseignements-2017.ehess.fr/2017/ue/1729//