Kommende 5 dager

06 des.
Tid og sted: 6. des. 202110. des. 2021, CUNP/FMSH, 54, bd Raspail, Paris 6e, Salle B1-01

Archives, and their underlying databases and ontologies, are deeply political and value-laden and foster power imbalances. This PhD course explores how ‘traditional’ ontologies and epistemologies hard-bake structural fault lines into the very creation of our knowledge of the past. These issues are more relevant than ever in a heritage context, as practitioners in the field, in the museum sector and within the academy, work to redefine the fundamental value of cultural heritage and represent a wider, more inclusive world in their research narratives. This course also aims to extend debates around the weaknesses and possibilities of the digital and analogue archive by exploring emerging efforts to reconfigure archival practice.

Flere kommende arrangementer

Tid og sted: 7. des. 2021 10:0018:00, Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles
Tid og sted: 21. feb. 202225. feb. 2022, CUNP/FMSH, 54, boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Organizer: Prof. Asbjørn Grønstad, Universitet i Bergen.

Tid og sted: 16. mars 202218. mars 2022, CUNP/FMSH, 54, boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Organizers:  Prof. Lars Nyre, Universitet i Bergen, and Prof. Cato Wittusen, Universitet i Stavanger.

Tid og sted: 22. mars 202224. mars 2022, CUNP/FMSH, 54, boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Organizers: Prof. Ulla Angkjær, NTNU, and Prof. Sigrun Åsenø, Universitet i Bergen, in collaboration with Archives of Women Artists Research and Exhibitions.

Tid og sted: 28. mars 202231. mars 2022, CUNP/FMSH, 54, Boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Organizers: Prof. Knut Mikjel Rio, Universitet i Bergen, Prof. Bjørn Bertelsen, Universitet i Bergen, Prof. Annelin Eriksen, Universitet i Bergen.