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The Field of the ‘Photographable’: From the Global North to the Global South and from the Global South to the Global North - 17 et 18 mai

Online Conference

The Field of the ‘Photographable’: From the Global North to the Global South and from the Global South to the Global North - 17 et 18 mai

Journées d'étude en sociologie visuelle 

The Field of the ‘Photographable’

From the Global North to the Global South and from the Global South to the Global North. Visual Approaches, Appropriation and Flows in Africa

Les communications seront majoritairement vidéo et disponibles en ligne en avance pour consacrer la journée aux discussions et aux échanges.

La journée d'études est sur inscription directement sur le site : https://addisvisual.sciencesconf.org/

Program

18May : Online Conference

The videos of each panel will be available one week before online, we kindly request to our attendees to watch them in advance.

9.00 AM : Welcome coffee by zoom

  • Introducting video : conference by Sylvaine Conord

Discussion

Break : 10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 11:30 : Contributions and difficulties of the visual approach in social sciences in Africa

Discussion introduced by (to be confirmed)

  • Christine Deslaurier, Researcher, IRD, (France/Burundi), « It could have made a good picture ! » Reflections on the failure of a visual approach in a multidisciplinary research in Burundi
  • Constance Perrin-Joly, Senior Lecturer, University Sorbonne Paris North, (France/ Ethiopia), « Photographable, Showable and Acceptable. Representations of Work in Ethiopia.
  • Oumarou Dembele, photographe (Mali) : Testimony of another collaboration « arts and science » with an anthropologist

Lunch Break : 11.30 – 1:00 PM

1.00 – 2.30 PM : Tools for Photographic Research and their Uses

Discussion introduced by Marie Bridonneau

  • Chloé Buire, Researcher CNRS, LAM, (Nigeria / South Africa) : Narrating oneself through digital story telling - Breaches in the ethics of coproduction
  • Jackson Kago, PhD Candidate, University Bordeaux Montaigne, France (Kenya) Mobility patterns in small and intermediate towns and its implication on urban rural linkages – A focus on the milk value chain
  • Tabibou Ali Tabibou, Centre National de Documentation et de Recherche Scientifique, (Comores) : La photographie : un corpus documentaire pour le musée national des Comores
  • Guillaume Lecoque, photographe (France / Zanzibar) : Zanzibar - Michenzani Trains, a neighborhood on the lookout

Break : 2:30 – 2:45 PM

2:45 – 4:00 PM : Photographic Approaches on Work in Africa.

Discussion introduced by Constance Perrin-Joly

  • Chloé Josse-Durand, IFRA, (Kenya) – Tom Durand (Documentary filmmaker) Titre à confirmer
  • Pacifique Bukuru, projet Suburbu, IRD (Burundi) : Le calvaire de Goreth, la « nounou »
  • Keith Rodriguez Ntwari, projet Suburbu, IRD (Burundi) : Jean Marie, vendeur ambulant de boulettes de viande (Bujumbura, Burundi)
  • Faith Rutto, Master Student, Moi University Eldoret (Kenya): bringing out the working conditions that the tea workers face though photography (provisional title)


 

A consulter :

EHESS
CNRS
Paris 13
INSERM

IRIS - CAMPUS CONDORCET
Bâtiment Recherche Sud
5 cours des Humanités
93322 Aubervilliers cedex
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IRIS - U. SORBONNE PARIS NORD
UFR SMBH 74 rue Marcel Cachin, 93017 Bobigny cedex
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