Oct. 26:

9:30 Reception of the participants – Coffee

10:00 Opening Jesús Velasco

10-30-12 First Session (Chair: Javiera Irribarren)

Souleymane Bachir Diagne (Columbia) — Respondent: Tamara Hache

Judith Revel (Paris Nanterre): Archive/archives: from the archeology of knowledge to the poetics of tiny lives — Respondent: Iuri Bauler

12-1:30 Lunch

1:30-3 Second Session (Chair: Manuela Luengas)

Agnieszka Karpowicz (University of Warsaw-IPC): Telling the Archive. Social Archives in contemporary Poland – Speech, Geography, Identity

Graciela Montaldo (Columbia University-LAIC): Suspicion, Uprooting, and Politicization — Respondent: Tamara Hache

3-3:30 Break

3:30-6 Third Session (Chair: Ramón Flores Pinedo)

Reinhold Martin (Columbia University-GSAPP): Sources: Excerpts from a Media History of Nature — Respondent: Pablo Justel

Piotr Kubkowski (University of Warsaw-IPC): A Silent History of Polish Bodies. Between Ignorance and Instrumentalization of Early Modern Sports Archives

 

Oct. 27

9:30 Breakfast

10-11:30 First Session (Chair: Pablo Justel)

Roland Béhar (ENS-Paris- LILA): Cervantes and the Spanish fiction of the Archive — Respondent: Farah Dih

Esteban Buch (EHESS-CRAL): On the Aesthetics of Document: The Case of Aliados, an Opera by Sebastian Rivas — Respondent: Eduardo Vergara

11:30-1 Second Session (Chair: Tamara Hache)

Marie-Jeanne Zennetti (Lyon 2-Le Laboratoire): The Unmaking of the Archives: Literature, Social Sciences and the Documentary Turn — Respondent: Brais Lamela

Annick Louis (Reims University-CRAL): Before the Archives. From personal intellectual workspace to archival openness — Respondent: Manuela Luengas

1-2 Lunch

2-4 Third Session (Chair: Farah Dih)

Aurélie Vialette (Stony Brook): Concealment of Forced Labor: Slave trader Antonio López y López and the General Tobacco Company in the Philippines

Nuria de Castilla (EPHE): In the Margins of Memory — Respondent: Ramón Flores Pinedo

Ann L. Stoler (The New School): The Disquiets of Writing in a Colonial Field — Respondent: Iuri Bauler

4-4:30 Pause

4:30-5:30 Debate and Conclusion

 

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