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La résilience des villes portuaires en Europe. Crises et réinventions (XVIe-XXe siècles)

Dunkerque. Halle aux Sucres. Quai Freycinet-môle 1

Du jeudi 17 au vendredi 18 mai 2018

Journées d'étude et séminaires

Journée d'étude sur la maritimité XVe-XIXe s. - Univ. Paris 7 - 22 déc. 2017

Le vendredi 22 décembre 2017

Thème: Echanges, Marine et politique, Patrimoine maritime, Pêche, Sociétés littorales

NAVIGATION, PÊCHE ET IDENTITÉS MARITIMES
XVe – XIXe SIÈCLES
PERSPECTIVES RUSSES ET FRANÇAISES

Paris, 22 décembre 2017
Université Paris Diderot

Bâtiment Olympe de Gouges, place Paul Ricoeur, 75013 Paris
Salle M019

LABEX Transfers Paris, Centre Maurice Halbwachs, Identités-Cultures-Territoires (ICT, EA 37, University Paris Diderot), Centre Alexandre Koyré, NRU Higher School of Economics SPb.

Langues : anglais et français.

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This workshop aims to discuss a variety of perspectives related to the representations and self-representations of maritime communities in the 15th – 19th c. The idea of “maritimeness”, i.e. the combination of natural, economic, social and cultural features that creates the specific link between the community and the marine environment, will be central for the discussion. The purpose is to examine how the communities connected to the sea through labor or any other social link understood and represented this relation and how it could be seen by interested observers.

Both Russia and France have impressive maritime history including that of the naval power, commercial activities and scientific research. However, quite noticeably, both countries historically had no international reputation of maritime superpower like that of Venice, Holland or England. Therefore, during the workshop, specialists of Russian and French maritime history will share their vision of interconnection between the historical reputation and representations. Eventually this will open the way for comparative conclusions.

 

9h30 Welcome and introduction.

10h00–11h.00 SESSION 1. OVERVIEWS

 

Moderator – Eric Rieth (CNRS, UMR 8589 – LAMOP)

 

Alexei Kraikovski (HSE SPb, LABEX Transfers) – Perception of European maritimeness during the Grand Embassy (1697 – 1698).

 

Sylviane Llinares (Université Bretagne Sud, CERHIO CNRS FRE 2004, GIS Histoire et Sciences de la Mer) - Regards historiques sur le fait maritime, l'exemple de la politique maritime de la France au XVIIIe siècle.

 

 

 

11h30-12h30 - SESSION 2 - SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND REPRESENTATIONS

 

Moderator – Arnaud Orain (Institut d’études européennes, Université Paris 8)

 

Julia Lajus (HSE SPb) – Self-representation of experts in the Arctic marine resources in late 19th century Russia.

 

Romain Grancher (Centre Alexandre Koyré) : Fishing techniques regulation and the political economy of fisheries (France, XVIIIth-XIXth centuries)

 

Guillaume Carnino (University of technology of Compiègne, COSTECH) - Transformer les plages stériles en champs de production : la pisciculture après 1848

 

 

 

14h00 – 15h00 - SESSION 3. MEDIATIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS

 

Moderator – Liliane Hilaire-Pérez (ICT/Centre Koyré)

 

Géraldine Barron (University Paris Diderot, ICT) – Through the looking glass of maritimeness: the French Marine Museum in Paris

 

Segolen Plisson (CRIHAM, Faculté des sciences humaines et arts, Poitiers) - La vulgarisation scientifique de l'amélioration de la sécurité maritime par l'électricité en France entre 1855 à 1882.

 

Sylvain Laubé (Centre François Viète, Université de Bretagne Occidentale) - Maritimité, histoire et patrimoine scientifique et industriel: apport du modèle d'activité ANY-ARTEFACT

 

 

 

15h30 – 16h30 - SESSION 4. WORKING AT SEA

 

Moderator – Irina Gouzévitch (Centre Maurice Halbwachs)

 

Pavel Demchenko (HSE SPb) – Maritime commerce and representation of maritimeness in the Russian Baltics in the 18th c.

 

Nicolas Cochard (CRHQ Caen) - Le passage de la voile à la vapeur. Former les marins à l'heure de l'industrialisation, une redéfinition des métiers de la mer.

 

Elena Korchmina (HSE SPb) - Luxury from overseas - consumption of Russian Nobility and the development of international maritime commerce in the 18th c.

 

 

 

16h30 – 17h00 Final discussion.

 

 

Irina Gouzévitch (Centre Maurice Halbwachs), Liliane Hilaire-Pérez (University Paris Diderot ICT / EHESS Centre Alexandre Koyré), Alexey Kraykovskiy (NRU Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg).

 


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