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Humanist Archives: May 20, 2020, 8:24 a.m. Humanist 34.36 - events: public humanities; documents & documentation cfp

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    [1]    From: Marco Sartor 
           Subject: CFP International day of study "Intersections. New perspectives for public humanities" (46)

    [2]    From: Olivier Le Deuff 
           Subject: call : HyperOtlet. "Documents and Documentation : Retro-prospective approach", Paris. 19-20th november (33)

        Date: 2020-05-20 07:08:34+00:00
        From: Marco Sartor 
        Subject: CFP International day of study "Intersections. New perspectives for public humanities"

Dear colleagues,

with apologies for cross-posting, I contact you to report the call for
papers for the international day of study "Intersections. New perspectives
for public humanities" (HFC-INT 2020), which will take place in Venice and
online on Thursday, December 3, 2020 (but speakers from abroad can connect
online directly from their homes).

The international network Humanities for Change (www.humanitiesforchange.org)
in accordance with the interdisciplinary spirit and the contaminatory
approach that characterize its activities, intends to organize a day of
study on the theme of public humanities. The meeting aims to stimulate some
reflections coming from different fields of knowledge and to encourage the
dialogue between researchers on the possibilities of the humanities to
escape from academic circles. In this sense, the main object of study is
the analysis of methodologies and tools related to knowledge dissemination
practices for historical, artistic and philological-literary disciplines.
Particular attention will also be given to new professional figures
connected to the degree courses of the humanities faculties (such as the
'public historian') and to the interactions of these professional figures
with the new media of communication and mass dissemination.

You can find all the full information about the event on the page of the
international platform Calenda (https://calenda.org/778611), from which you
can also download the .pdf of the CFP in Italian or English or visit the
web page of the event.

The study day is sponsored by the Venice Centre for Digital and Public
Humanities (VeDPH) of Ca' Foscari University in Venice (www.unive.it/vedph)

The deadline for submitting proposals for participation is Friday 29 May
2020. The proceedings will be published in a scientific journal.

I would be very grateful if you could share with any colleagues that could
be interested.

With best regards,
Francesco Venturini

*Humanities for Change*
A network for the future of the humanities

        Date: 2020-05-19 16:41:30+00:00
        From: Olivier Le Deuff 
        Subject: call : HyperOtlet. "Documents and Documentation : Retro-prospective approach", Paris. 19-20th november

Dear all,

We would like to get your attention on a call for proposal that we wish to
distribute widely. It is a symposium organized as part of the research
project HyperOtlet (supported by the French Agency of Research ANR), led
by Bertrand Müller (CNRS) and Olivier Le Deuff (MICA). This International
symposium, untitled «Documents and Documentation : Retro-prospective
approach» will be held the 19th and 20th of november at the Maison des
Sciences de l'Homme Paris Nord. Through a multidisciplinary approach
(Information and communication sciences, History, arts, documentation), it
will aim to question the documentary paradigm in the first part of the XXth
century and its resurgences in the contemporary period, that we could
describe as the «return of the document».

We will give priority to three line of research, which correspond to
specific challenges linked to the concept of documentary paradigm : the
form and materialities which result from technical and industrial
innovations ; the renewal of methods to visualize knowledge ; and finally
the articulation between places of knowledge and places of power.

You will find the submission methods as well as the dates (postponed to
June 30) in the call :


Olivier Le Deuff

Olivier Le Deuff
Assistant  professor in information science
Bordeaux Montaigne University

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