jeudi 24 novembre 2011

Conference: Researching the Other, Transfers of Self. Ego-Histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia

Researching the Other, Transfers of Self.

Ego-Histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia

8-9 December 2011, University Paris XIII

December 8th, 2011, Institut Galilée, amphi D

9.30: Welcome

10-10.30: Karen Hughes, Monash University, Australia

Crossing Lake Alexandrina: Family Silences and National Lies at Confluence of Other and Self


11-11.30: Vanessa Castejon, Université Paris 13, France

Am I my studied Other? Aboriginality, the Spanish Civil War and the French Ghettos

11.30-12: Anna Cole, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Connecting Personal Histories and Cultural Myths

12-12.30: Oliver Haag, Austrian Center for Transcultural Studies, Austria

Race – an Australian Obsession and a German Oblivion


14-14.30: Roser Bosch Darne, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

When Remoteness Becomes Familiar or When Indigenous Studies Meet Spanish Civil War Studies and Catalan Imaginary

14.30-15: Jessica de Largy Healy, CNRS/EHESS College de France, Australian National University, Australia

“A special mention must also be made of…”: Belongingness and Participation in the Field. An Anthropological Reflection on Acknowledgement Practices in Scholarly Works.


16–16.30: Roslyn Poignant, author

Layers of being: Aspects of Researching and Writing Professional Savages

16.30 –17: Geoffrey Gray, AIATSIS, Canberra, Australia

Where Do You Really Come From?

17-17.30: Franca Tamisari, University of Venice, Italy

Start By Your Own Story: Reflections on Teaching and Learning Anthropology and Indigenous Studies in Europe and Australia

19.00: Conference dinner at “Perraudin”

December 9th, 2011, Institut Galilée, amphi Euler

9-9.30: Christine Winter, Australian National University, University of Queensland, Australia

Living Legacies of Germany in the Pacific

9.30-10: Gabriella Espak, University of Debrecen, Hungary

The Roads Taken: Reflections on Possible Positions for a Teacher of Indigenous Studies

10-10.30: Cynthia Lytle, University of Barcelona, Spain

“Coloured” Like Me: Multiraciality and Transgressing Borders Through Literature


11-11.30: 11.30-12: Fiona Magowan, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Unsettling Art. Colouring Emotions and the Politics of Identity in Aboriginal Australia

12-12.30: Helen Idle, King's College, UK

Art Works From Home, Out of Place


14-14.30: Ludivine Royer, Université de la Réunion, La Réunion

Should European Scholars Step Out of Australian Indigenous Studies? Some Thoughts on 'Shared Benefits’

14.30-15: Jan Idle, University of technology, Sydney

Mrs Dance, Yagan, Painting, Whiteness and Storytelling

15-16: Final comments and discussion

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