Awesso Atiyihwè, professeur invité, mai 2021

Originaire de Mango au Togo, Awesso Atiyihwè a fait ses études primaires et secondaires à Kara dans le nord du pays, puis poursuivi des études supérieures à l’Université du Bénin (actuelle Université du Togo) où il obtient une maîtrise es-Lettres en 1989. En 1990, il s’inscrit en DEA de sciences sociales à l’EHESS Marseille et soutient, sous la direction de Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, sa thèse de doctorat en anthropologie sociale et ethnologie en 1998. Il est recruté comme assistant d’enseignement et de recherche à l’Université de Lomé en avril 2002 où il dispense plusieurs enseignements d’ethnographie, d’anthropologie sociale et culturelle. Il a publié ou co-publié dix-neuf articles, encadré six thèses et près d’une cinquantaine de mémoires de master et de maîtrise. Awesso Atiyihwè est, depuis juillet 2018, Professeur titulaire d’Anthropologie sociale et ethnologie des Universités du CAMES (Conseil Africain et Malgache de l’Enseignement Supérieur) et actuellement chef du Département d’Anthropologie et d’Études Africaines de l’Université de Lomé. (suite…)

Maria Teresa Guerrini, visiting scholar, November-December 2020

[Visite annulée en raison des conditions sanitaires]

Maria Teresa Guerrini since 2008 has been professor at the University of Bologna and now she teaches Early modern history, History, society and Family and History of universities and institutions of higher education in early modern age. After the degree in Literature and Philosophy (1998, University of Ferrara), she spent lot of years working on different projects (CISUI, ASFE, FASTI, Heloise) about the presence of scholars and teachers in the European universities (2004, PhD in Modern and Contemporary History), studying also the careers of doctors in law (2004-2008, post-doctoral grant, University of Bologna). From 2015 she is director of the MEUS (European Museum of Students) in Bologna. Her current research topics have shifted to the history of Italian academies, dealing in particular with the circles set up by university masters and students and the close relations between Italian academies and doctors in early modern age. (suite…)

Marta Vilar Rosales, visiting scholar, May-June 2021

Marta Vilar Rosales is an anthropologist (PhD 2007) and a research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, since 2014. Her main fields of research are material culture and consumption, international migrations and media anthropology. Presently, Marta id PI of TRANSITS: Material Culture, Migration and Everyday Life, an international research project that explores the movements of people and things to and from four cities (Berlin, Lisboa, Luanda and Sidney). She has been a visiting fellow in European, Canadian and US Universities and I have done fieldwork in Europe, Africa, Australia, South and North America. She also coordinates at ICS, Ulisboa, the PhD program on Migration Studies. She is the author of several books, chapters and articles which explore the intersections between migration, media and contemporary material culture and consumption practices. (suite…)

István Szijártó, professeur invité, mai 2021

Docteur de l’Académie Hongroise, István Szijártó est professeur associé dans l’Institut de l’Histoire de l’Université Eötvös Loránd à Budapest. Ses recherches se concentrent sur l’histoire sociale et culturelle du politique en Hongrie au dix-huitième siècle. Ses monographies ont porté en particulier sur l’histoire de la Diète. Il est également l’un des auteurs du manuel de référence en anglais sur la microhistoire (What is microhistory? Theory and practice. Routledge, 2013). István Szijártó a obtenu ses diplômes à l’Université Károly Marx de Budapest (1989, relations internationales) et à l’Université Eötvös Loránd (1990, histoire).

István Szijártó est invité au Centre Norbert Elias par Jean Boutier.

Plus d’informations : http://szijarto.web.elte.hu (suite…)

Filippo M. Zerilli, visiting scholar, May 2021

Filippo M. Zerilli holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (1994) and is currently Professor at the University of Cagliari. He has dealt with the history of French anthropology, notably focusing on the late 19th century “naturalist” (i.e. physical) anthropological tradition and its contribution to the making of modern ethnology. From 1996 he has carried out extensive fieldwork in Romania on property restitution disputes and processes, exploring the intersections between law, morality, il/legality and rights. Since 2011 he is conducting a research project on social movements and changing forms of pastoralism in Sardinia. Currently he is involved in an ethnographic project on rule of law capacity building programs in the framework of the EU enlargement process in Pristina, Kosovo. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of Anuac, the international peer-reviewed, open access journal of the Italian Society for Cultural Anthropology (SIAC). (suite…)