Formation INSTITUT-SoMuM [Appel à participation] Atelier de formation doctorale - Les Balkans. Espaces, sociétés, histoire - IIIe édition

[Appel à participation] Atelier de formation doctorale - Les Balkans. Espaces, sociétés, histoire - IIIe édition

L’Institut Sociétés en Mutation en Méditerranée (SoMuM) organise, avec l’École française de Rome, l’École française d’Athènes, TELEMMe, AMU-CNRS, l’Università degli studi di Trieste, et l’Université Lumière-Lyon2, la IIIe édition de l’École d’Été « Les Balkans. Espaces, sociétés, histoire », du 1er au 5 juillet 2024, à University Sveti Kliment Ohridski, Sofia / University Paisii Hilendarski, Plovdiv.
Cette École d’Été est intégrée au programme doctoral « Études méditerranéennes » de l’Institut SoMuM, mais est également ouverte aux masterants du périmètre de l’Institut.
Le déplacement des étudiants d’Aix-Marseille Université sélectionnés sera pris en charge par l’Institut.

Sensory Heritages & Sensitive Memories in the Balkans

Heritage and memory processes are usually analysed as discourses, practices and representations, entailing critical approaches of heritage policies, official versus alternative narratives, memory concurrence, contested heritages, politicization of culture and history. They are related to identity and alterity making, temporalities and spatialities, relations between power and knowledge, community and society building at different scales (local, national, transnational), symbolic appropriation or rejection of cultural legacies. While relevant, these approaches neglect the proper sensory and perceptive dimensions of these processes: how are they embodied and performed (Seremetakis, 1993)- How do they deal with sensoriality (sound, taste, sight, smell, touch)- What kind of environments and ambiances do they provide? How do they mark a landscape, and how they merge and articulate to form particular ’sensory scapes’ (Appadurai, 1996): smellscapes, soundscapes, visioscapes? What role do heritage and memory play in expressing and creating specific ways-of-being-in-the world, including relationships to places, objects, milieus, living beings, supernatural entities, etc.’ What are the body politics of heritage and memory, and how do they relate (and change according) to cultural and historical contexts? More generally, can we speak of politics of the senses (Howes & Classen 2014) including policing and politicizing senses, ’moralizing’ specific senses (Hirschkind 2006), or even promoting democracy and modernity (Hann 1990) through the senses?

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