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A Matera, les archives nourrissent la création… conférence internationale 11-12 septembre 2017

International Conference / Conferenza internazionale
Conférence internationale
Food for Art
Archives as driver for 2019 creative communities
Archivi come nutrimento per le comunità creative del 2019
Les archives nourrissent les communautés créatives en 2019
Matera, Casa Cava – 11/12 09-2017

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Reviving the sound archives of Tanzania

In Tanzania, since 2011, a project is raising to highlight Tanzania’s historical memory relating to the African Liberation Heritage. To safeguard and ensure the preservation of endangered public archives in Tanzania, most institutions are promoting its heritage for present and future generations sustained by the UNESCO and European Community.

Sound archives are essential to transmit the vitality, memory and oral history through the voices of the country. This heritage archive reflects the diversity of languages, cultural identities and culture of Tanzania. Continuer la lecture de Reviving the sound archives of Tanzania

Five steps to a good « sound archive recipe »

It’s more than two years since the MMSH Sound Archives Team1 started to publish recipes on its scholarly blog Les carnets de la phonothèque from records in the field. At the beginning it was mostly a question of highlighting archives rarely used or unknown…

The MMSH Sound Archive Center ‘Phonothèque’2 It  holds more than 8000 hours of sound archives and more than 6000 hours have been digitized and are presented in an online catalogue3 ; around 3000 hours of sound recordings are directly accessible online. As we wished to highlight part of these collections, we choose to write posts about sound archives topics and of course, recipes was simple to choose: short playing, precise topic, organized with a beginning and an end. So, since November 2014, we publish (ed )every last Monday of the month a recipe linked to a field recording research by an anthropologist, a historian, a sociologist; 27 so far, so…

What is a good « sound archive recipe »?
Actually the recipes-madness has caught us! Each time a new archive collection is deposited at the MMSH Sound Archive Center, there is a question on all our minds: will there be a good sound archive recipe in it? By the way, the  Recipes Project prompts us to ask ourselves a challenging question: What is a good sound archive recipe? Here is the answer in 5 steps: Continuer la lecture de Five steps to a good « sound archive recipe »

  1. Mathilde Bresc, documentalist, suggests us every month a recipe picked up in  Ganoub, the sound archive database and editorialize it. []
  2. The Phonothèque is an archival research center, created at the end of the 1970’s by Philippe Joutard, a contemporary historian, and Jean-Claude Bouvier, a specialist in ethnic dialects, both wishing not only to preserve their recordings and to have field interviews published, but also seeked to make their sources available for the general public. When the sound archive center was integrated in the “Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l’homme” (MMSH) in 1997 it opened to all the Humanities and Social Sciences with a focus on the Mediterranean area. []
  3. http://phonotheque.mmsh.huma-num.fr []

Appel à contribution : connecter les savoir des bibliothèques, des archives, des musées et des galerie d’art (Morelia, novembre 2017)

Le deuxième congrès international des archives numériques de l’UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) aura lieu les 9 et 10 novembre 2017 sur le thème : Connecter les savoir des bibliothèques, des archives, des musées et des galerie d’art.

Il sera organisé par l’Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas y de la Información (IIBI), l’Escuela Nacional de Estudios Superiores Unidad Morelia (ENES Morelia, UNAM ), en collaboration avec la direction générale des bibliothèques du Mexique (DGB) et le Laboratorio Nacional de Materiales Orales (LANMO) ainsi qu’avec les programmes de Master de bibliothéconomie, de bibiologie et d’IST de UNAM, de l’université informatique de Madrid (UCM)  et  de l’Escuelade Altos Estudios en Comunicación Educativa (ESAE) de l’Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa (ILCE).  L’ensemble de ces institutions vous convient à envoyer vos contributions au colloque international. Continuer la lecture de Appel à contribution : connecter les savoir des bibliothèques, des archives, des musées et des galerie d’art (Morelia, novembre 2017)

APPEL A CONTRIBUTION : 2ème congrès international d’archives numériques (Morelia, Mexique)

L’Institut de Recherche de Bibliothéconomie et de l’Information (IIBI) et l’Ecole Nationale d’Études Supérieures Unidad Morelia (ENES Morelia) de lUniversité Autonome de Mexique ( UNAM) en collaboration avec le Laboratoire national de matériaux oraux (LANMO), le programme de masters de bibliothéconomie et d’études d’information de l’UNAM, l’Université Computense de Madrid (UCM) et lÉcole des Hautes Études de Communication Éducatives (ESAE) de l’Institut latino-américain de communication éducative (ILCE), lancent un appel à contribution pour présentation de travaux lors du :

II ème  Congrès International d’Archives Numériques
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Petits gâteaux grecs de Noël : les kourabiedes

Pour mieux faire connaître les archives sonores de la phonothèque de la MMSH, une fois par mois (habituellement le dernier lundi du mois mais pour Noël, exceptionnellement, nous avons anticipé le billet d’une semaine), nous vous faisons découvrir des recettes de cuisine enregistrées et révélées par les informateurs sur le terrain.

Ce mois-ci, nous vous proposons une recette de Noël grecque issue d’une enquête enregistrée par  Katilena Stathatou qui interroge Madame Chrisanthi Daleziou-Perifanou le 3 août 2001 à Ermoupoli (enquête 4452).  Elle nous livre sa recette des kourabiedes qui sont des biscuits grecs sablés, enrobés de sucre glace et traditionnellement préparés pour Noël. Continuer la lecture de Petits gâteaux grecs de Noël : les kourabiedes

Call for papers – ethical and legal issues surrounding the dissemination of digital social sciences and humanities data

Since 2011 the French working group « Ethique et Droit » has been researching practical solutions toethical and legal questions surrounding the creation, use and edition of digital sources. The group comprises researchers, information managers and legal experts. It aims to write a collective guide on ethical and legal best practices when disseminating social sciences and humanities data. The guide will be published online. Since 2015 the project has benefited from the support of DARIAH (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities).

Several seminars have taken place since 2011 to discuss practical experiences and to start writing the guide. A series of blog posts has also been published on the project blog: https://ethiquedroit.hypotheses.org

The first part of the guide will gather an edited version of these blog posts and seminar presentations. The second part will be made of papers selected as part of this call for written papers. The call is open to anyone interested in the ethical and legal issues surrounding the dissemination of social sciences and humanities data.

CALL FOR PAPERS TO CONTRIBUTE TO A GUIDE TO ETHICAL AND LEGAL BEST PRACTICES:

“How to disseminate social sciences and humanities data: experiences and solutions.”

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Enriching MMSH’s sound archives : participate in a collaborative afternoon on October 17th

On October 17th, in the middle of the Open Access Week, and in the frame of the Europeana Sounds program, we invite you to join us in an afternoon dedicated to the annotation of the MMSH sound archives in order to help us to enrich our sourds with a focus on the geolocation. You will tag on History Pin a set of oral history interviews from the MMSH Sound Archives Center. For this session, we choose two very different historical periods : a collection about oral memory of Armenians living in Bouches-du-Rhône  (South of France), and an other about french people in Algeria in the middle of the 20th century ; both are under creative commons CC-BY. Continuer la lecture de Enriching MMSH’s sound archives : participate in a collaborative afternoon on October 17th

Adieu Ustadh Souheil

Il y a un an, le 11 septembre 2015, Souheil Chebat, professeur de langue arabe à l’Institut Français du Proche-Orient, nous quittait. En mai 2010, il avait accepté d’enregistrer un entretien1, sur son expérience au sein de l’Institut dans le cadre d’un projet de recherche sur les archives de l’Institut. Ce billet est l’occasion de l’écouter encore une fois, et de lui rendre hommage.

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  1. L’entretien mené par Véronique Ginouvès et François Siino est conservé à la phonothèque et diffusé, avec l’accord de Souheil Chebat en ligne sur la base de la phonothèque sous le numéro d’enquête n°4042 []

Singing planting wheat

Rich of field recordings on agricultural and feeding practices of Sahara’s desert population in the years 1955-1975, the Ahaggar area corpus of the ethnologist Marceau Gast1 also contains a few songs and some instrumental pieces.

Some are parts of ceremonies like weddings, others are recorded during informal moments, most are in link with agricultural works. This call and response labour song is a pervasive pattern, with some verses in tamahaq (tuareg langage) and some in arabic. Continuer la lecture de Singing planting wheat

  1. Marceau Gast (1927-2010), ethnologist, is a food specialist in the Sahara, Yemen an Alps area []