Following an interdisciplinary approach, this permanent seminars, articulated in 8 monthly virtual sessions during the academic year 2021-2022, envisages experimenting with a new transversal training, based on research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, by proposing to students of the CIVIS Consortium (bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate) to analyze the contemporary history of the relationship between museums and democracy, and in particular the processes of representation and legitimization of democratic identities under construction or in crisis since the emergence of the European project in the 20th century, from very diverse disciplinary fields, such as political history, history of cultural institutions, political science, art history, sociology, law, anthropology, and philosophy.
English and the natural language of the participants (French, Spanish, Italian) will be used to promote multilingualism.
ID de réunion : 831 0050 8261
Code secret : 856933
Serena Di Nepi (Sapienza – Università di Roma)
Spazi di storia e spazi di memoria: luoghi e simboli della presenza ebraica a Roma dal Cinquencento ai nostri giorni
Cyril Isnart (CNRS, IDEMEC, Aix-Marseille Université)
L’impossible musée du judaïsme portugais. Le destin contrarié de la synagogue de Tomar
Pierre Sintes (Aix-Marseille Université, TELEMMe, CNRS)
Construire des musées pour les communautés juives en Grèce