Séminaire des Études Sibériennes – programme 2023-2024

Siberian Studies Seminar 2023-2024

November 22, 2023 Igor Krupnik, Smithsonian Institute “JESUP GENEALOGY”: 1940s-1970s – An Autobiographical Upstreaming December 13, 2023 Asya Karaseva, University of Tartu Preparing for freezing on the road: Uncertain mobility and grassroots road rescue infrastructure in Kolyma, Russia January 10, 2024 Vladislav Staf, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle & Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) Memorialization of the Gulag and Stalin’s terror in Russian museums February 7, 2024 Joachim Otto Habeck, University of Hamburg Arrivals and Departures: Reconstituting "the Field” of Anthropological Research March 20, 2024 Pascale Marie Milan (IFRAE, Paris & LARHA, Lyon) & Clément Jacquemoud (ANR CEREMONIAC, Centre Émile Durkheim, CNRS/Université de Bordeaux) Presentation of the thematic volume "Logics, Stakes and Limits of Cultural Heritage Transmission in China, Russia and Mongolia”, EMSCAT n°54, co-edited by Anne Dalles Maréchal, Clément Jacquemoud, Pascale-Marie Milan et Yann Borjon-Privé April 3, 2024 Roza Laptander, University of Hamburg When we geese were hiding from hunters, I thought: “I am a human ‐ I must survive!”. Transformation of shamans into totem animals and birds on the example of two Nenets texts May 15, 2024 Nadezhda Mamontova, Newton International Fellow (School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK) The Multiple Voices of Geological Ontologies amongst the Evenki June 12, 2024 (in collaboration with the Seminar of Mongolian Studies, organized by C. Charleux & G. Delaplace) Ivan Peshkov, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland Messianic temporality and Border: Eschatological temporality and new ethics of Chinese Russians
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