Journée d’étude: Visual Participatory Methods Perspectives in Ethnographic Research

JE+MPI+2016

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: VISUAL PARTICIPATORY METHODS. PERSPECTIVES IN ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
190 Av. De France – 75013, Paris
Salle du Conseil A
17 Octobre 2016

Keynote Speaker
Dr. Andrew Irving
Directeur du Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology – Université de Manchester (UK)

Terms of submission
Proposals, in the form of abstracts no longer than 500 words, are to be submitted by 1st July 2016 to vpmconference2016@gmail.com. You may also send video (no more than 5 minutes) or photographic proposals (essays of no more than 10 images). They can be in French, Spanish or English. The workshop will be held in
French and English. Abstracts should contain a title, followed by an indication of the intended type of intervention (oral presentation, projection, graphic exhibition). We invite you to submit a proposal that encourages an active participation of the public during the Journée d’Etude. “Unconventional propositions” (such as performances, experimental films, sensory experimentations…) are welcomed.

No registration fees. This journée is free and open up to 25 people (that are mean to actively participate into the workshop). Registration is required before 1 October 2016. This will be the occasion to continue the exchange initiated in 2015 during the international conference organized by Last Focus Visual Research Network, Visual
Ethnography: Tools, Archives, and Research Methods. It will also the introductory session of a 2016-2017 doctoral seminar at the EHESS on “Méthodes visuelles et sensorielles : pratiques transdisciplinaires pour les sciences sociales”.

Organizers
Camilo León Quijano – EHESS (LAHIC/IIAC-CEMS/IMM)
Anne MONJARET – CNRS-EHESS (LAHIC-IIAC), SEF

Sponsors
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Institut Interdisciplinaire d’Anthropologie du Contemporain (IIAC)
La Société d’Ethnologie Française (SEF)
Laboratoire d’Anthropologie et d’Histoire de l’Institution de la Culture (LAHIC)
Last Focus Visual Research Network