Archives de catégorie : Billets multilingues

Derecho, ética y trabajo de campo: ¿Cómo están cambiando en las prácticas en la investigación científicas? CONVOCATORIA PARA PRESENTAR CONTRIBUCIONES

Derecho, ética y trabajo de campo: ¿Cómo están cambiando en las prácticas en la investigación científicas?

Los investigadores en ciencias humanas y sociales están cambiando los métodos de trabajo de campo en los que utilizan grabaciones sonoras y audiovisuales. Este cambio es consecuencia de la toma de conciencia de asuntos jurídicos y éticos. En este hecho ha incidido la legislación francesa y europea, la financiación académica y las diversas convocatorias de proyectos que exigen, de forma sistemática, la firma de documentos legales de autorización para la utilización de los datos producidos.

Por ello, cada vez se incrementan más las instituciones que crean comités de ética para establecer las normas que rigen la obtención de financiamiento, debido a que las personas que son grabadas desean saber y comprender qué se hará con su imagen y su discurso grabado. Y también desean conocer qué ha pasado con las grabaciones antiguas.

Las comunidades de las que provienen los entrevistados desean poder explotar las películas o grabaciones desde un punto de vista patrimonial. En algunos casos, los artistas se apoderan  de dichos archivos para sus creaciones personales, Continuer la lecture de Derecho, ética y trabajo de campo: ¿Cómo están cambiando en las prácticas en la investigación científicas? CONVOCATORIA PARA PRESENTAR CONTRIBUCIONES

Diritto, etica e ricerca sul campo: cosa sta cambiando nelle pratiche scientifiche?

Diritto, etica e ricerca sul campo: cosa sta cambiando nelle pratiche scientifiche?

Le modalità di registrazione, o di fotografia o ripresa  sul campo dai ricercatori in scienze umane e sociali hanno subito cambiamenti alla luce delle questioni giuridiche ed etiche: la legislazione europea, I finanziamenti accademici e i vari inviti a presentare progetti scientifici richiedono ormai sistematicamente la firma di contratti di autorizzazione per l’uso dei dati raccolti. Sempre più istituzioni creano comitati etici che stabiliscono regole in merito all’ottenimento dei loro finanziamenti, i testimoni vogliono conoscere e capire cosa si farà con la loro immagine e con le loro voci e cosa è stato fatto delle registrazioni più vecchie, le comunità da cui provengono gli intervistati vogliono poter sfruttare i film o le registrazioni da un punto di vista patrimoniale, gli artisti si appropriano ora del materiale d’archivio per le loro creazioni… Le spinte alla pluridisciplinarietà hanno anche modificato i metodi, e alcuni modi di agire si stanno diffondendo nelle discipline di scienze umane, sia per l’influenza del settore sanitario, con il modello del consenso informato, sia per la rivoluzione portata dalla tecnologia digitale in materia di dati (modalità di raccolta, quantità, ecc.). Continuer la lecture de Diritto, etica e ricerca sul campo: cosa sta cambiando nelle pratiche scientifiche?

Law, ethics and fieldwork: how are research practices changing?

In the social sciences and humanities (SSH), researchers’ methods to record,  photograph and film during fieldwork are modified in the last decades by taking into account legal and ethical issues: European and French laws, research funding policies and various calls for project more and more systematically require the signature of agreements for the use of the data produced; More and more institutions are setting up ethics committees to establish rules governing the funding they receive; Witnesses  or informants want to know and understand what will be done with their image and their voice and what has become of the old recordings; Interviewees’ communities want to be able to exploit the films or recordings from a heritage point of view; Artists increasingly take possession of archival material for their creations… The demand for multidisciplinarity has also greatly impacted research methods, and several practices are now being used in SSH disciplines as a result of two influences: the health sector, with the model of informed consent, and the revolution brought by digital technologies in the area of data management (data gathering, formats, volume, etc.). Continuer la lecture de Law, ethics and fieldwork: how are research practices changing?

Sites of memory: oral history project in Jordan

This #WorldDayForAudiovisualHeritage, Sites of Memory presents memories and personal testimonies about places of importance to modern Jordanian history.  Carving up a space for dissonance and incoherency, the exhibition is an invitation to consider the role of the aural in the construction of historical narratives and rethink the representation of “the event” in relation to various sites across the country1.

The exhibition is the final public event of the research project Our Memory which is jointly realized by the Goethe-Institut, the Institut français de Jordanie (IFJ), the Institut français du Proche Orient (Ifpo), the National Library of Jordan as well as the University of Yarmouk (YU), the University of Mutah, the University Hussein Bin Talal and the University of Jordan. Realized as part of the Cultural Heritage Days in Jordan, the exhibition was made possible with a fund from EUNIC and the EU. The project “Our Memory” received funding from the Franco-German Cultural Fund.

Continuer la lecture de Sites of memory: oral history project in Jordan

  1. Ali Pasha Abdyeh Street (Mafraq), Al-Muqariya Village (Shobak- Ma’an), Sheikh Rashid Mosque (Al-Ramtha- Irbid), The Duke’s Diwan (Amman), Palace of Al – Alali – Kleib Shreyda Palace (Tubnah- Irbid), Ma’an Stream (Ma’an), Castle Street (Al-Karak), Old Ma’an Market (Ma’an), Al Rawsha Cafe (Al-Zarqa), Diwan Al Majali (Al-Karak), Diwan Methqal (Um Al Amad, Amman). []

Les archives de la phonothèque s’écoutent sur l’île de Tinos

Jeudi 25 juin, vous pourrez écouter sur l’île de Tinos, les entretiens réalisés entre 1994 et 2005 auprès des réfugiés de Smyrne vers l’île de Syros dans le cadre du festival Polyphonik à Koumaros dont vous pouvez télécharger le programme ici.

programme festival de Tylos en langue grecque

Extrait du programme en langue grecque signalant la présentation du fonds sonore.

Présentation du corpus sonore :
Dans le cadre du programme de recherche “La ville moderne” mené par Christos Loukos, historien moderniste, au sein de l’Institut d’études méditerranéennes (Université de Réthymnon, Crète) Continuer la lecture de Les archives de la phonothèque s’écoutent sur l’île de Tinos

Alpes de Lumière’s inventory of Provence dry stone sheds

The “Bories” operation was launched in 1956 by Alpes de Lumière, an association working on the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the region of Haute-Provence in south-eastern France, created by Pierre Martel. The use of paper cards as datasheets is a substantial practice in Pierre Martel’s process of documentation and promotion of the lower Alps territory.

The inventory aspect of the association’s work was central since its beginnings. The aim of mapping the heritage of the territory was to promote a revival of its rich cultural legacy while the region was highly affected by the desertification of its inhabitants, its economical activities and its cultural facilities during the fifties.

Filing index cards was one of Pierre Martel’s constant concern, who used to document each of his own discoveries on heavy paper cards. Continuer la lecture de Alpes de Lumière’s inventory of Provence dry stone sheds

Nouvelles archives numériques au Proche-Orient : le son, l’image, le film et le web

Nouvelles archives numériques au Proche-Orient : le son, l’image, le film et le web. Enjeux du partage des données de terrain au Liban, en Jordanie et en Syrie, Beyrouth, 29-30 mai 2019 (programme mis à jour, informations et inscriptions : https://nanpo.sciencesconf.org)

أرشيفات رقمية جديدة في الشرق الأدنى: الصوت والصورة والأفلام والويب

تحديات تبادل البيانات الميدانية في لبنان والأردن وسوريا

محاضرات وجلسات نقاش باللغة الفرنسية مع ترجمة فورية للغة العربية

المدخل مفتوح للجميع بعد التسجيل: nanpo@sciencesconf.org

برنامج المؤتمر باللغة العربية

Continuer la lecture de Nouvelles archives numériques au Proche-Orient : le son, l’image, le film et le web

Rushes : appel à contribution – call for contribution

Appel à contribution : numéro spécial sur les rushes pour Bulletin de l’AFAS. Sonorités – Call for contributions : special issue about rushes for Bulletin de l’AFAS. Sonorités https://journals.openedition.org/afas/3267

Authors are invited to contribute to a future issue of the journal Bulletin de l’AFAS.Sonorités dedicated to rushes of documentary films (cinema or television), their transformation into archives and their use by researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The Editorial Board particularly welcomes studies based on one or more collections of oral testimonies that have been filmed, archived, documented andmade accessible. Continuer la lecture de Rushes : appel à contribution – call for contribution

L’archivio sonoro di Luisa Orrù, riflessioni sull’archiviazione

L’Archivio Storico dell’Università di Cagliari1 ha recentemente accolto tra i suoi fondi l’importante archivio sonoro di Luisa Orrù. Questa antropologa, nata in Sardegna nel 1944, ha studiato Linguistica sarda. Dopo la laurea, dopo aver insegnato per qualche anno presso una scuola media inferiore, nel 1974 è diventata assistente alla cattedra di Storia delle tradizioni popolari all’Università di Cagliari, retta dalla prof.ssa Enrica Delitala. In seguito, ha iniziato una collaborazione con l’antropologo Pietro Clemente e ha partecipato a una raccolta di testimonianze biografiche sulle donne in Toscana. Nel 1982 ha sistematizzato il metodo e sono iniziate le interviste alle donne sarde all’interno dello studio da lei condotto sul ciclo riproduttivo. Nel 1986 ha ottenuto in posto di professore associato di Antropologia culturale all’Università di Cagliari e ha portato avanti le sue ricerche. Luisa Orrù è morta nel 1998, a seguito di una malattia.

Continuer la lecture de L’archivio sonoro di Luisa Orrù, riflessioni sull’archiviazione

  1. La responsabile scientifico dell’archivio è attualmente la prof.ssa Cecilia Tasca. []

The Archive of Luisa Orrù, thinking of archiving

The Historical Archive of the University of Cagliari (whose director is Cecilia Tasca) has recently received an important sound archive by Luisa Orrù among its funds. This anthropologist was born in Sardinia in 1944 and she studied Sardinian Linguistics at the University of Cagliari. After her Master degree, she started teaching in middle school and, in 1974, she became History of Popular Traditions assistant professor with the supervision of Enrica Delitala. She later started collaborating with the anthropologist Pietro Clemente and participated in collecting biographical material on Tuscanian women. In 1982 she started interviewing Sardinian women as part of her study on  reproductive cycles. In 1986 she successfully became associate professor of Cultural Anthropology at the University of Cagliari and continued her research. Luisa Orrù died in 1998, due to her illness.

Continuer la lecture de The Archive of Luisa Orrù, thinking of archiving