Archéologie et médias quelles représentations, quels enjeux?


Musées royaux d’Art et d’Histoire de Bruxelles MRAH (Belgique)

le jeudi 5 novembre 2009

9h00Accueil des participants
9h20Introduction : Serge Lemaitre (MRAH, Kineon) et Céline Schall (Université d’Avignon / Uqàm, Canada)

9h45

Drawing up a balance sheet of the archaeological film for the last 15 years, Tom Stern (Stiftung Ruhr Museum), Thomas Tode (filmmaker, Hamburg, Allemagne)

10h35

Making the Most of the Medium of Film to Create Alternative Narratives about the Past and its Investigation, Ruth Tringham (University of California, Berkeley)

11h00-11h15Coffee-Break

11h15Bonekickers: informing, educating, entertaining ? Greg Bailey (University of Bristol), Don Henson (Council for British Archaeology) et Angela Piccini (University of Bristol)

11h40

The Value of Television: A Critical Approach, Faye Simpson (University of Exeter)
12h05The strange case of the Mary Rose, popular culture and academic maritime archaeology, Joel Sperry (UCL, Institute of Archaeology, Londres)

12h30-14h00Lunch Time

14h00The Mysterious Bog People: quand l’archéologie emprunte à la fiction policière. Valérie Morisson (Université de Grenoble II)
14h25Bones and disease in the British Media, Victoria Mary Park (University of Newcastle)
14h50Popularization of archaeology in the Argentinean newspaper: social representation and education, Virginia Salerno (Universidad Buenos Aires)

15h15

Archaeology threatens the world! Representations of archaeologists in cinema, Peter Hiscock (Australian National University, Canberra)

15h40-15h55

Coffee-Break

15h55

The Holmes Stretch (or There’s No Place Like Holmes), Easton J Anspach (Columbia University, New York).
16h20De l’archéologie expérimentale à l’histoire vivante : un exemple de médiation culturelle, Damien Glad (Paris I Sorbonne)

16h55

L’archéologie et la science-fiction, Danièle Alexandre-Bidon (EHESS, Paris)

17h20 – 18h00

Conclusion et discussion