Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion

CR Colloque 70 ans France Népal 1Click to enlargeINTERVENTION DAVID C. ANDOLFATTO

Faculty of Arts of Sorbonne University), will make a presentation during the Roof of the World Evenings on November 21, 2019 at the gallery on the theme :

Religion and royalty in western Nepal between the 12th and 16th centuries. Archaeological approach to the modalities of power

Western Nepal is known to have been the domain of the empire Khaśa Malla between the 12th and 14th centuries. Centralised in the Karnali basin, where the two capital sites, Dullu and Sinja, are located, this empire constituted an important political entity that covered most of the central Himalayas at its height. Entitled The Country at One Hundred and Twenty-Five Thousand Mountains. Archaeological study of the Karnali Basin (Nepal) between the 12th and 16th centuries, my doctoral thesis explores the material evidence of (temporal) power and religion in the imperial period (12th - 16th century) and during the following two centuries, during which a multitude of small kingdoms emerged in Western Nepal. this paper will present some of the observations made in the thesis and show in particular the relationships between the artistic and architectural expressions of religion and temporal power. The question of the identity of the emperors Khaśa Malla will be questioned by observations of artistic productions for which they are identified as sponsors. We will also see that the post-Khaśa Malla dynasties have developed specific architectural methods inspired by Indian models of Uttarakhand. Another theme of the presentation will focus on mediumship, for which new data allow us to sketch an archaeology of this type of practice.


invitation 2Click to enlargeTHE CULTURAL FOUNDATION MUSÉE BARBIER MUELLER

Under the patronage of Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Organizes on Sunday, November 3, 2019, at 3:00 p.m.

Debate on the dangers of deforestation in Côte d'Ivoire, Brazil.

The program in detail on the picture.

RSVP before October 25:

Download the invitation

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flyer TICUNA 0810The International Museum of Carnival and Mask from Binche

Organizes a temporary exhibition with conferences, workshops etc.

du 26/10/19 au 26/04/20

on TICUNA, PEOPLE OF AMAZONIA

For more information visit the museum's website: http://museebinche.be

 

 

 

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villageois musiciens femme danse 4Cliquer pour agrandirHISTORICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE NOMADIC ARTS

Nathalie Gauthard, ethnoscenologist, university professor in performing arts and member of the ARCH honorary committee will speak at the following ethnoscenology seminar:

HISTORICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE NOMADIC ARTS

École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS)
54 bd. Raspail 75006 Paris

Lundi 18 nov. 2019 de 14:00 à 17:00,
salle A07_37

FIRST SITTING

Nathalie GAUTHARD (Pr., Université d'Artois, MSHPN, SOFETH). Mémoire, transmission et migration: les arts scéniques tibétains à l'épreuve de la création

Jean-Marie PRADIER (Pr., MSHPN, SOFETH). Arts nomades: la question des disciplines (ethnoscénologie, anthropologie réflexive, anthropologie morale, histoire connectée...)

For more information on this subject, SOFETH: http://www.sofeth.com/


kalash 2Click to enlargeExposition Kalash

Findakly Publishing, in collaboration with Jean-Yves Loude and Viviane Lièvre,
is organizing a guided tour of the Kalash exhibition at the museum of the Confluences in Lyon
on Saturday 23 November 2019.

If you wish to participate it is necessary to book on  

 or on http://www.editionsfindakly.fr/

 

 


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ISARS Conference 2019

Santiago de Chile, Chile

Theme : Relations, connections, cosmologies : shamanism and spirit possession under the ethnographic lens

Venue : Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Date : November 27-30, 2019

Conference Program on http://www.isars.org/conferences/santiago2019/