“TRANS.ARCH. Archives in Transition: Collective Memories and Subaltern Uses” (Institutionalisiertes Forschungsprojekt)


Allgemeine Angaben

Projektbeginn
Dienstag, 01. September 2020
Projektende
Samstag, 30. November 2024
Status
laufend
Thematik nach Sprachen
Spanisch
Disziplin(en)
Geistes und Kulturwissenschaften
Schlagwörter
Demokratisierung, Minderheiten, Migration, Gender, Digitalisierung, Archiv

Aktiv beteiligte Person(en)

(z.B. Kooperation, Mitarbeiter, Fellows)

Roland SpillerProf. Dr. Daniel NemravaProf. Dr. Camilla CatarrullaProf. Dr. Manuel de la FuenteProf. Dr. José Manuel Camacho DelgadoProf. Dr. Daniel LinkProf. Dr. Analía GerbaudoProf.es Dr. Jeffrey Cedeño / Jefferson Jaramillo MarínProf. Dr. Ana María Francesca Denegri


Exposé

“TRANS.ARCH. Archives in Transition: Collective Memories and Subaltern Uses”
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Research and Innovation Staff Exchange
(RISE) H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019

In the field of memory studies, there is broad consensus that questioning the interwoven national and transnational collective memories can strengthen democratic structures. These conflicts around memory processes reveal the central importance of archives, especially when dealing with experiences and knowledges of subalternized groups, historically excluded from public debates.
Archives, the central object of this project, allow new elaborations of historical and social models, but also provide a basis for rethinking the cultural heritage of societies. The TRANS.ARCH project focuses on a relatively unexplored dimension of this field, namely, the different political, judicial, cultural and artistic uses of archives deployed by collectives of migrants and sexual dissidents in Europe and in Latin America. In connection with this, medial, technical, cultural and aesthetic aspects of the digitalization of knowledge are examined, since the transition to digital archives is changing the relationship between public and private. In the current phase of globalization, in which times and geographic spaces are fragmented and newly networked, the processes of archiving also change the apparatus of written cultures.
TRANS.ARCH is innovative in that it will create a network of experienced and young researchers that will examine current functions and uses of archives in the context of crises associated with globalization. While the transatlantic composition of the consortium of institutions involved in the project will allow for a comparative analysis of the European and Latin American contexts, the innovative focus on the uses of archives by migrants and sexual dissidents will demand that researchers create a new transdisciplinary approach with a strong gender perspective. This approach will open the way for insights into the transitional condition of archives, both in terms of their present political and cultural uses, and in terms of their changing theoretical status.

Participating universities:
Goethe University Frankfurt (Germany) – Coordinator of the project
Prof. Dr. Roland Spiller

Palacký University Olomouc (Czech Republic)
Prof. Dr. Daniel Nemrava

Roma Tre University (Italy)
Prof. Dr. Camilla Catarrulla

University of Valencia (Spain)
Prof. Dr. Manuel de la Fuente

University of Sevilla (Spain)
Prof. Dr. José Manuel Camacho Delgado

National University of Tres de Febrero (Argentina)
Prof. Dr. Daniel Link

National University of the Litoral (Argentina)
Prof. Dr. Analía Gerbaudo
Javeriana University (Colombia)
Prof.es Dr. Jeffrey Cedeño / Jefferson Jaramillo Marín

Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (Peru)
Prof. Dr. Ana María Francesca Denegri


Anmerkungen

keine

Ersteller des Eintrags
Roland Spiller
Erstellungsdatum
Freitag, 02. Oktober 2020, 10:31 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Dienstag, 06. Oktober 2020, 13:18 Uhr