Programme (English)

Les mises en scène des sciences et leurs enjeux
19e-21e siècle

 International conference

 organized by Andrée Bergeron (Universcience/Centre Alexandre Koyré), Charlotte Bigg (CNRS/Centre Alexandre Koyré), Jochen Hennig (Humboldt Universität, Berlin), Lisa Regazzoni (Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main)

 at the Institut Historique Allemand, Paris
5 – 7 May 2015

 with the support of the Centre Interdisciplinaire d’Études et de Recherches sur l’Allemagne, Université Franco-Allemande, Région Île-de-France (programme DIM IS2-IT) & Institut Historique Allemand

 Entrance is free but prior registration is required at : matapmai2015@gmail.com


PROGRAMME

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 5th May
15h30-18h15

15h30-16h15 Welcoming addresses by Thomas Maissen, director of the Institut Historique Allemand and Wolf Feuerhahn, vice-director of the Centre Alexandre Koyré

Introduction by Andrée Bergeron (Universcience/Centre Alexandre Koyré) and Charlotte Bigg (CNRS/Centre Alexandre Koyré)

 16h15-16h30
Coffee break

 16h30-18h15 Opening lecture
Martha Fleming, University of Reading : Design and Diplomacy

 

 6th May
9h30-11h00 

Moderator : Charlotte Bigg

Lisa Regazzoni, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main : Histoires vues. Les monuments au service de l’histoire et des gouvernements en XVIIIe siècle et au début du XIXe siècle

José Lanzarote, Biblioteca Nacional de España, Madrid : Prehistory in a showcase. The musealisation of prehistoric cave art in Spain (1902-1936)

 11h00-11h30
Coffee break

 11h30-13h00

Willliam Carruthers, European University Institute Florence: Making a Future for the Past: Visualizing the Archaeological Field in Nasser’s Egypt

Ana Delicado, University of Lisbon: Between familiarity and discomfort: scientific dissemination of the social sciences in Portugal

 13h00-14h30
Lunch

 14h30-16h45

Moderator : Andrée Bergeron

Jaume Sastre-Juan, (in)dependent scholar Barcelona : From Inventor Workshops to Consumer Playgrounds: The Politics of Hands-on Display at the New York Museum of Science and Industry (1927-1939)

Tatiana Kasperski, Centre Alexandre Koyré, Paris: Romantic Reactors? Nuclear Imaginaries in Russia and Ukraine in the Twenty-first Century

Stuart W. Leslie, Johns Hopkins University: Atomic Structures: The Architecture of Nuclear Nationalism in India and Pakistan

 16h45-17h15
Coffee break

 17h15-19h00 

Agustí Nieto-Galan, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: ‘Starving’ in the public sphere: Hunger artists and scientific expertise in european cities (1880s-1920s)

Sybilla Nikolow, Technische Universität Berlin: « Scientific still lives’ of the Body. New Objects of Knowledge in Exhibitions and Museums after 1900

 7th may

9h30-12h30 
Current university exhibition projects

Moderator: Jochen Hennig, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

 9h30-10h45
Humboldt-Forum, Berlin
Sven Sappelt, Humboldt-Forum, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin : Conceptualizing the Humboldt-Lab – A public Space for designing knowledge production
Godehard Janzing, Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art, Paris : Box, lab, castle: Why architecture matters

 10h45-11h00
Coffee Break

 11h00-11h45
Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin
Michael John Gorman, Science Gallery International, Trinity College Dublin: Creative Collisions between Science and Art

 11h45-12h30
The Hunterian at Kelvin Hall, Glasgow
David Gaimster, the Hunterian, University of Glasgow: The role of the university museum in the communication of science research. Current practice and developments at the Hunterian, University of Glasgow

 12h30-14h00
Buffet lunch

 14h00 -16h30
Final roundtable and discussion
Moderators: Charlotte Bigg, Andrée Bergeron

 Robert Bud, Science Museum, London
Dominique Pestre, EHESS Paris
Daniel Sherman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brian Wynne, Lancaster University

 

 

 

 

 

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Les mises en scène des sciences et leurs enjeux. 19e – 21e siècles