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RF03 paper accepted at the Digital Humanities International (DH) Conference 2012

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Transnational Museums and Libraries Network” by Perla Innocenti, John Richards, Sabine Wieber (University of Glasgow) has been successfully accepted at the Digital Humaties (DH) International Conference 2012.

The theme of the conference, which is taking place on 16 – 22 july 2012 at the University of Hamburg, Germany, focuses on ‘Digital Diversity: Cultures, languages and method’, is also relevant for MeLA topics. Conference organisers specifically invited proposals on the potential and impact of digital methods and models in fostering multilingualism and multiculturalism, […]

23rd March 2012 – RCA MeLa Seminar in Seville


RCA MeLa Seminar in Seville, with CAAC & the International University of Andalucia.

The Seminar will take place at the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo at the end of the event on Spanish colonialism organized by the RCA Curating Contemporary Art department in Seville. A multidisciplinary cohort of participants – curators and directors from museums and galleries and practitioners – will take part at the seminar in order to explore some of the theoretical and practical issues related the MeLa project, try to develop holistic thinking patterns and stimulate creativity in a field which today seems far more concerned with standardisation.

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RF03 pilot case study at Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)

The RF03 University of Glasgow team, composed by Perla Innocenti and Sabine Wieber, successfully conducted the second RF03 pilot case study at the Museu d’Art Contemporani

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RF03 pilot case study at Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle (MNHN), Paris

The RF03 University of Glasgow team, composed by Perla Innocenti and John Richards, successfully conducted the first RF03 pilot case study at the Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle (MNHN), Paris on 9-10 February 2012. Perla and John visited the various collections of the museums, met with several MNHN staff members and conducted in-depth interviews focusing on networks, collaboration models and European scientific cultural heritage. MNHN staff also filled in the MeLA RF03 online survey in relation to the BHLe: Biodiversity Heritage Library for Europe collaborative project. Sarah Gamaire in pictured above with Perla, and Jean Patrick Le Duc and Andre-Damien Lemaitre are pictured below, with Perla). Through our interviews and visits we gained a really good insight on the wide range of ongoing activities and collaborations at MNHN, and the whole experience provided an excellent test for our research That literally a. Will Manufacturer’s This the for […]

‘Placing’ Europe in the Museum: people(s), places, identities

International Conference as part of the

MeLA* – European Museums in an Age of Migrations European Commission FP7-funded project

Organised by the International Centre for Cultural & Heritage Studies, Newcastle University 3-4 September 2012

Call for Papers

The imperatives surrounding the museum representation of place have shifted from the late eighteenth century to today. This is in part because the political significance of place itself has changed and continues to change at all scales, from local, civic, regional to national and supranational. At the same time, recognition of changes in population flows, migration patterns and demographic movement now underscore both cultural and political practice, be it in the accommodation of ‘diversity’ in cultural and social policy, scholarly explorations of hybridity or in state immigration controls. These issues, taken historically, have particular significance for contemporary understandings of the […]

How Migration Challenges Notions of Society

Lecture series

Dublin, 9 February, 15 March and 26 April 2012

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Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration Le Palais de la Port Dorée, Paris Museum of the Immigration temporary exhibition: ‘J’ai deux amours’

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Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration Le Palais de la Port Dorée, Paris Museum of the Immigration permanent exhibition: Repères

L’exposition permanente Repères présente, dans une approche croisée des regards et des disciplines, deux siècles d’histoire de l’immigration : témoignages, documents d’archives, photographies et œuvres d’art se répondent dans un espace interactif, au rythme d’un parcours historique et thématique qui relate les temps forts de l’histoire de France depuis le 19e siècle [visit the exhibition website].

As everyone can understand even in the website of this museum/information centre there is no other language than French: and this is already a sign of the all exhibition and curatorial design quality. This is a space (impossible to call it either museum either an information centre) where actually the rhetoric of the French Nation-State is pervasively performing in opposition with what eventually should have been the programme of such a place (namely: […]

Human Zoos. L’invention du sauvage

Museum the Quai Branly, Paris (visit on February 2012)

Using paintings, posters, pictures, computers, movies and a few objects, the exhibition (developed along a circular path) has not really any special features: it would be necessary to visit the show a second time two enter more critically in the exhibition design even it is possible to say that the very dark atmosphere seams to be more linked to the savage exhibition effect than to the one of a new way to approach the subject. At the opposite, all the texts (not always easy to read due the darkness and the font size) are very carefully and correctly written, paying a meaningful tribute to the cause of the postcolonial studies with a strong critics to French, and more in general Western, world when referring to ‘the Other’, the outsider, always presented as a un-civilized or sub-human entity.

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