Cultures et Politiques du Loisir, 6 et 7 novembre, Paris Sorbonne, HDEA 4086

« Cultures et politiques du loisir dans les Iles Britanniques et aux Etats-Unis »

Colloque international organisé par l’unité de recherché Histoire et Dynamique des Espaces Anglophones (HDEA), Université Paris-Sorbonne

6 et 7 novembre 2015  Vendredi 6 novembre, en Sorbonne, salle J636

9h00-9h15 : Accueil des participants

9h15-9h30 : Message de bienvenue et remarques d’ouverture du colloque par Pascal Aquien, Vice-Président du Conseil Scientifique de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne

9h30-10h30 : Session 1 – Situating and Materializing Leisure (I): The Territories of Leisure ; séance présidée par Aurélie Godet, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7

Elsa Devienne, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre :

« Building a Beach for the Modern City: Urban Planning and the Making of New York and Los Angeles’ Beaches (1930s-1970s) »

Nicolas Martin-Breteau, Université de Lille 3 :

« “Patient and Tolerant to an Extreme”: The Desegregation of Baltimore’s Leisure Areas in the “Long” Civil Rights Movement (1930s-1950s) »

10h30-11h00 : Pause café

11h00-12h00 : Session 2 – Situating and Materializing Leisure (II): Bodies at Play ; séance présidée par Hélène Quanquin, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

Lawrence McDonnell, Department of History, Iowa State University :

« Dancing Up a Storm : Elite Leisure and Gender Confusion in the Old South (1840-1850)

Olaf Stieglitz, Dept History, University of Cologne, Germany :

« Debs & Surf Queens – Swimming and Modern Female Bodies in the United States, 1900s-1930s »

12h00-14h00 : Déjeuner

14h00-15h00 : Conférence plénière, présentée par Laurent Châtel, Université Paris-Sorbonne

Emma Griffin, University of East Anglia :

« Remaking Leisure for the Modern World: Changing Practices 1750-1914 »

15h-16h30 : Session 3 – The Politics of Leisure (I): Engagement, Resistance, Repression; séance présidée par Paul Schor, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7

Sarah Pickard, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle :

« Serious Leisure, Serious Pleasure: Applying the Serious Leisure Model to Political Participation Among Young People in Britain. »

Michael Stewart Foley, University of Groningen :

« We Are the One: Subcultural Leisure and Politics in Early San Francisco Punk »

Peter Marquis, Université de Rouen :

« The Politics of Leisure: Baseball and Anti-Communist Containment in Cold War Brooklyn

16h30-17h00 : Pause café

17h00-18h30 : Session 4 – The Politics of Leisure (II): Boundaries of Nationalism; séance présidée par Franziska Heimburger, Université Paris-Sorbonne

Karine Chambefort, Université Paris-Est Créteil :

« Outdoor Leisure Activities in Simon Roberts’s We English Photographic Project: Re-Writing Landscape and Nation »

Kristin Hass, Department of American Culture, University of Michigan :

« Militarism and Tourism in 21st Century Washington: High Stakes Deep Play on the National Mall »

Jeremy R. Kinney, Curator, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum :

« The British Sports Car and American Leisure, 1945-1985 »

18h30 : Cocktail au club

Samedi 7 novembre, petit amphi de la Maison de la Recherche, rue Serpente

9h00-9h30 : Accueil de participants

9h30-10h30 : Session 5 – Communities of Leisure; Séance présidée par Pierre Lurbe, Université Paris-Sorbonne

Mathilde Bertrand, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne :

« “Making the Art of Fun Freely Available”: Leisure Practices as Tools of Emancipation in Community art Experiments in Britain in the 1970s »

Arnaud Page, Université Paris-Sorbonne :

« “Work or Leisure?”: The Politics of Allotment Gardening in Great-Britain »

10h30-11h00 : Pause café

11h-12h30 : Session 6 : Institutions of Leisure ; séance présidée par Nathalie Caron, Université Paris-Sorbonne

Claire Delen, Université Paris-Sorbonne :

« Organised Leisure at Huntley and Palmers’ Biscuit Factory (1841-1976) »

Emmanuel Roudaut, Science Po Lille :

« Tote Clubs, Dog Tracks and Newspaper Competitions: Moral Panics and Popular Leisure in Interwar Britain »

Thibaut Clément, Université Paris-Sorbonne :

« “Adults Are Only Grown Up Kids Anyway”: Play and its Practical Uses at the Happiest Place on Earth »

12h30-14h00 : Déjeuner

14h00-15h00 : Conférence plénière, présentée par Andrew Diamond, Université Paris-Sorbonne

Victoria Wolcott, University of Buffalo, New York:

« Dangerous Play: Racial Conflict in Twentieth-Century Urban Amusements »

15h00-16h30 : Session 7 – Playing Indian, Indians at Play; séance présidée par Marine Le Puloch, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7

Fabrice Delsahut, ESPE Pari-Sorbonne:

« Du baggataway au Lacrosse. Un exemple de la sportivisation des jeux amérindiens »

Suzanne Berthier-Foglar, Université Stendhal – Grenoble 3 :

« Indian ‘Detours’ in New Mexico (19th – 20th century): A Primitivist Pastime or a Tool of Integration?»

Mathieu Charle, EHESS-LIAS

« Public Festivals, Private Rituals: An analysis of Contemporary American Indian Pow-Wows of the Northwest »

16h30-17h00 : Pause café

17h00-18h30 : Session 8 – Technologies of Leisure ; séance présidée par Divina Frau-Meigs, Université Paris-Sorbonne Nouvelle

Yves Figueiredo, Université Paris-Sorbonne :

« The Uses of Photography and the Definition of Leisure Practices in California and the West (1880s – 1910s) »

Pierre-Louis Patoine, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle :

« Leisure and Technical Milieu in the 21st century: Inhabiting Fantasy Worlds through Video Game Playing and Literary Reading »

Olivier Frayssé, Université Paris-Sorbonne :

« Leisure in the Age of the Internet: Solution and Dissolution »

20h00 : Dîner

“The Cultures and Politics of Leisure in the British Isles & the United States”

An International Symposium Organized by the Research Group Histoire et Dynamique des Espaces Anglophones (HDEA), Université Paris-Sorbonne

Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France

November 6-7, 2015

 Friday November 6, Université Paris-Sorbonne,

Historical Sorbonne building (1, rue Victor Cousin, 75005 Paris), Room J636

9:00-9:15 am

Registration of participants

9:15-9:30 am

Welcome and Opening Remarks by Pascal Aquien, Vice-President of the Scientific Council, Université Paris-Sorbonne

9:30-10:30 am

Session 1 – Situating and Materializing Leisure (I): The Territories of Leisure [Chair: Aurélie Godet, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7]

Elsa Devienne, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre:

“Building a Beach for the Modern City: Urban Planning and the Making of New York and Los Angeles’ Beaches (1930s-1970s)”

Nicolas Martin-Breteau, Université de Lille 3:

“‘Patient and Tolerant to an Extreme’: The Desegregation of Baltimore’s Leisure Areas in the “Long” Civil Rights Movement (1930s-1950s)”

10:30-11:00 am: Coffee Break

11:00-12:00 am

Session 2 – Situating and Materializing Leisure (II): Bodies at Play [Chair: Hélène Quanquin, Université Paris-Sorbonne]

Lawrence McDonnell, Department of History, Iowa State University:

“Dancing Up a Storm: Elite Leisure and Gender Confusion in the Old South (1840-1850)”

Olaf Stieglitz, Dept History, University of Cologne, Germany:

“Debs & Surf Queens – Swimming and Modern Female Bodies in the United States, 1900s – 1930s”

12:00 am -2:00 pm: Conference Lunch

2:00-3:00 pm: Keynote Address [Chair: Laurent Châtel]

Emma Griffin, University of East Anglia:

“Remaking Leisure for the Modern World: Changing Practices 1750-1914”

3:00-4:30 pm:

Session 3 – The Politics of Leisure (I): Engagement, Resistance, Repression [Chair: Paul Schor, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7]

Sarah Pickard, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle:

“Serious Leisure, Serious Pleasure: Applying the Serious Leisure Model to Political Participation Among Young People in Britain”

Michael Stewart Foley, University of Groningen:

“We Are the One: Subcultural Leisure and Politics in Early San Francisco Punk”

Peter Marquis, Université de Rouen:

“The Politics of Leisure: Baseball and Anti-Communist Containment in Cold War Brooklyn”

4:30-5:00 pm: Coffee Break

5:00-6:30 pm:

Session 4 – The Politics of Leisure (II): Boundaries of Nationalism [Chair: Franziska Heimburger, Université Paris-Sorbonne]

Karine Chambefort, Université Paris-Est Créteil:

“Outdoor Leisure Activities in Simon Roberts’s We English Photographic Project: Re-Writing Landscape and Nation”

Kristin Hass, Department of American Culture, University of Michigan:

“Militarism and Tourism in 21st Century Washington: High Stakes Deep Play on the National Mall”

Jeremy R. Kinney, Curator, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum:

“The British Sports Car and American Leisure, 1945-1985”

6:30 pm: Cocktail

Saturday Nov. 7, Petit Amphithéâtre,

Maison de la Recherche (28 rue Serpente, 75005 Paris) 

9:00-9:30 am:

Registration

9:30-10:30 am:

Session 5 – Communities of Leisure [Chair: Pierre Lurbe, Université Paris-Sorbonne]

Mathilde Bertrand, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne:

“‘Making the Art of Fun Freely Available’: Leisure Practices as Tools of Emancipation in Community art Experiments in Britain in the 1970s”

Arnaud Page, Université Paris-Sorbonne:

“‘Work or Leisure?’: The Politics of Allotment Gardening in Great Britain”

10:30-11:00 am: Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 am

Session 6 Institutions of Leisure [Chair: Nathalie Caron, Université Paris-Sorbonne]

Claire Delen, Université Paris-Sorbonne:

“Organised Leisure at Huntley and Palmers’ Biscuit Factory (1841-1976)”

Emmanuel Roudaut, Sciences Po Lille:

“Tote Clubs, Dog Tracks and Newspaper Competitions: Moral Panics and Popular Leisure in Interwar Britain”

Thibaut Clément, Université Paris-Sorbonne:

“‘Adults Are Only Grown Up Kids Anyway’: Play and its Practical Uses at the Happiest Place on Earth”

12:30-2:00 pm: Conference Lunch

2:00-3:00 pm: Keynote Address [Chair: Andrew Diamond, Université Paris-Sorbonne]

Victoria Wolcott, University of Buffalo, New York:

“Dangerous Play: Racial Conflict in Twentieth-Century Urban Amusements”

3:00-4:40 pm

Session 7 – Playing Indian, Indians at Play [Chair: Marine Le Puloch, Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7]

Fabrice Delsahut, ESPE Paris 4:

“Du baggataway au Lacrosse. Un exemple de la sportivisation des jeux amérindiens”

Suzanne Berthier-Foglar, Université Stendhal – Grenoble 3:

“Indian ‘Detours’ in New Mexico (19th – 20th century): A Primitivist Pastime or a Tool of Integration?”

Mathieu Charle, EHESS-LIAS

“Public Festivals, Private Rituals: An analysis of Contemporary American Indian Pow-Wows of the Northwest”

4:30-5:00 pm: Coffee Break

5:00-6:30Session 8 – The Technologies of Leisure [Chair: Divina Frau-Meigs, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle]

Yves Figueiredo, Université Paris-Sorbonne:

“The Uses of Photography and the Definition of Leisure Practices in California and the West (1880s – 1910s)”

Pierre-Louis Patoine, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle:

“Leisure and Technical Milieu in the 21st century: Inhabiting Fantasy Worlds through Video Game Playing and Literary Reading”

Olivier Frayssé, Université Paris-Sorbonne:

“Leisure in the Age of the Internet: Solution and Dissolution”

8:00 pm: Conference Dinner

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