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Institut d’Asie Orientale (UMR5062)
[ENS-LSH – Lyon 2 University - CNRS]
Workshop “History in Images, History through Images”
Entertainment, Media, and the Public Space
Lyon, ENS-LSH, 28-30 June 2007
Thursday, 28 June 2007
Session 1. Visual sources: experience, practices, reflections
9h00 - Workshop opening: Yves Winkin, deputy director, Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines
9h45 - Kristina Huneault (Concordia University)
"Formal Analysis and Discursive Webs: Methodological Paradigms in Art History"
10h30 - Coffee/Tea break
11h - Philippe Kaenel (Lausanne University)
"Crucified women: photography and blasphemy in the XXth
11h45 - Gillian Rose (Open University)
"Beyond text and discourse: photographs, practices and place"
Session 2. Common people and the artists in Republican China
13h30 - Catherine Yeh (Boston University)
“The Stuff that Stars are Made of: Photography and the image of Actors as a New Form of Cultural Play in Entertainment Newspapers of the 1920s and 1930s”
14h15 - Barbara Mittler (Heidelberg University)
“Vom schnöden Mammon: Men, Women and Money, Fictions and Visions”
15h00 - Coffee/Tea break
15h30 - Anne Kerlan-Stephens (Civilisation chinoise - CNRS)
"Three actresses and the New Life Movement"
16h15 - Feng Yi (Institut d'Asie Orientale - CNRS)
“The sounds of images. Peddlers’ calls and music in Republican Peking”
Friday, 29 June 2007
Session 3. Cinema, Cinematic, and Theater
9h30 - Kristine Harris (State University of New York)
“Film within Film”
10h30 - Sheldon Lu (University of California, Davis)
"Because of Balzac: The Dialectic of Modernization and Cinematic Remembrance of Three Gorges"
11h30 - Coffee/Tea break
12h 00- Jiang Jin (East China Normal University)
“Constructing Romantic Love for the Nation:Women’s Yue Opera and Dream of the Red Chamber”
Session 4. Photographic markers in history
14h15 - Oliver Moore (Leiden University)
"Photography in China: a global medium locally appropriated"
15h15 - William Schaeffer (University of California, Berkeley)
"Poor and Blank: History's Marks and the Photographies of Displacement"
Saturday, 30 June 2007
Session 5. Visual constructions and deconstructions
9h30 - Xavier Paules (Tokyo University)
"Anti-opium visual propaganda and the deglamourization of opium, 1895-1937"
10h30 – Christian Henriot (Institut d'Asie Orientale, Lyon 2 University)
"The Shanghai Bund: from towpath to Billion-dollar skyline"
11h30 – Yeh Wen-hsin (University of California, Berkeley)
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