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Remembering in a Globalizing World: the Play and interplay of tourism, memory and place

Le Chambon sur Lignon, 8-10 September 2014, France
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University of Cergy-Pontoise, Sopore College of Kashmir University, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

In collaboration with University Laval, Université du Québec à Trois Rivières, Canada, & Breda School of Applied Sciences, Netherland



SUNDAY 07 September


19:00

Welcome Reception

HOTEL BEL HORIZON


MONDAY 08 September


8:30

Coffee/Registration

SALLE DES BRETCHS

9:00

Opening of the conference

SALLE DES BRETCHS

Eliane Wauquiez, Mayor of Le Chambon, Word of welcome

Rafiq Pirzada (KU), Anne Hertzog (UCP), Remy Knafou (Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne) : Introduction



9:45

KEYNOTE

THEATRE DES BRETCHS

NELSON H. GRABURN

Professor Emeritus, Anthropology Department, UC Berkeley



10:45-12:30

SESSIONS

THEATRE DES BRETCHS

Session 1: WW1 Memory & Tourism

Chair :Myriam Jansen-Verbeke

Session 2:Conflict and Commemoration Practices

Chair : Sabine Marschall

Session 3 : Dissonant Memories

Chair : Rafiq Ahmad

Gaelle Crenn (Université de Lorraine): Hybridation des formesmuséales et « mémorialisation » des territoires ». Les stratégiescommémoratives de l’Historial et du Mémorial de Thiépval, Somme, 2012.


Sébastien Jacquot (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne): Touristessur les champs de bataille. Utiliser le big data pour observer les pratiques
Pierre Denmat, Claire Dupuis (Université Paris 1Panthéon Sorbonne), Anne Hertzog (UCP) :” British at home” : entrepreneurs touristiques britanniquesdans la Somme (France) : faire vivre la mémoire et en vivre.

Sabine Marschall (University of KwaZulu-Natal): Touring Memories of the Erased City: Memory, Resistance, and Notions of ‘Home’


Josef Ploner (Leeds Metropolitan University): Conflicting images? Remembering sites and moments of tourism in the Great War
Bertram Gordon (Mills College): Memory in Conflict with Tourism ? The Play and Interplay of Tourism, Memory and Place in Vichy’s Efforts to refashion its tourist image

Julia Wagner (University College London) : German tourists abroad - reminders of war and violence


Aaron Yancolmes (Institute of Tourism Studies, Colina de Mong-Ha, Macau) : Dissonance in collective slave memory: The case of Ghana
Pablo Decock (Radboud University) : Cultural memory and remembering tourism in contemporary Spain: from the Valle de los Caídos to the mass grave exhumations campaign


12:30 – 13:30

LUNCH Buffet

SALLE DES BRETCHS - Lobby

13:30-14:30

KEYNOTE

THEATRE

MARIE CLAIRE LAVABRE

Directrice de recherche au CNRS

Directrice de l'ISP - Paris Ouest Nanterre-ENS Cachan




14:30 – 16:00

SESSIONS

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Session 4: Interactive spaces of memories
Chair : Dominique Chevalier

Session 5: Remembering, Forgetting WW1
Chair : Greg Ashworth/ Joseph Ploner

Session 6: Roots tourism (Anglo-French)
Chair : Smaranda Vultur

Bertrand Pauget (European Business School de Paris) : La maisond’enfance de Steve Jobs, vers la construction mémorielled’unesociétérelationnelle ?


Pierre-Mathieu Le Bel (Université du Québec) : La villeévénementielle et la tente de sudation du Jardin des Premières Nations à Montréal, exploration d’un point nodal mémoriel
Marie-Eve Férérol (Université Blaise Pascal de Clermont Ferrand) : Le scénomusée? de la Toinette :unsautdansl’Auvergnemontagnarde du XIXe siècle

MyriamJansen-Verbecke (KU Leuven) :War Tourism: Emerging research issues


Raynald Lemelin (Lakehead University) : French Canadians and the Great War: A Re-Examination 100 Years in the Making
Caroline Winter (Ballarat University): Remembering and forgetting Australian tourism

Delphine Bechtel (Université Paris IV Sorbonne) : Remembrance Tourism in borderlands: Poles, Ukrainians and Jews remember former multicultural Galicia


Eugenia Sarapina (National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”) : Heterotopia in Ukraine: Sites to Re-imagine the Past
Bianca Botea (Université Lyon 2): La Transylvaniecommeterritoired’attachements. Memoryscape, tourisme de racines et politiquesmuséalesdans la ville de Cluj-Napoca (Roumanie)


16:00-16:30

Tea Break

SALLE DES BRETCHS - Lobby

16:30 – 18:00

SESSIONS

SALLE DES BRETCHS

Session 7 : The Cities of Memory ( Franco-English )

Chair : Maria Gravari Barbas

Session 8 : Museum, History, & Memory (Franco-English)
Chair : Elizabeth Carnegie

Session 9 : Comparative Approaches to War Tourism
Chair(s) : Mari C. Rodriguez & Patrick Naef

Belen Castro Fernandez, Ruben Camillo Lois Gonzales (University of Santiago de Compostela), Lucrezia Lopez (University of Vigo) : Historic City and Tourism Performance: Balance of the Social Behaviours in the City of Santiago de Compostela (Spain)


Michael Vargas (State University of New York) : Catalonia is Not Spain”: Projecting the Catalan Nationalist Project to Tourists in and Around Barcelona
Caroline Rozenholc (ENSA Paris Val de Seine) – AntonellaTuffano (ENSA Paris La Villette) : Tel-Aviv, Ville Blanche : construction d’un récit et mondialisation de la ville


Dominique Chevalier (Université Lyon I) : Ancrages, circulations et spatialités : la mémoire de la Shoah dans les métropoles occidentales


Nate Reul (University of Maryland, College Park): Remembering Cultural Annihilation: History, Identity, and Memory at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the National Museum of the American Indian
Arnaud Dechelle (StudioDiem) : ‘When Stories become History’: the appeal of personal artefacts and testimonies in historical exhibitions

Mari Carmen Rodriguez (University of Geneva): War tourism in Spain


Patrick Naef (University of Geneva - Berkeley University) : War tourism in the Balkans
Irina Bill (Melliksah University - Université de Toulouse II) : Battlefield Tourism in Turkey : commemoration, politics and construction of collective imaginaries
Raynald Lemelin (Lakehead University) : The Canadian National Vimy Memorial: The Role of Memory in Remembrance, Dissonance and Resonance


18:30-20:00

Round Table

Chair : Anne Hertzog

THEATRE DES BRETCHS


Tourism: Planing to preserve sites of memory

Labels in debate
La mise en tourisme au service de la preservation des lieux de mémoire ?

Labels en débat
Laure Bougon (Chef de la Section “Tourisme de Mémoire” du BLMN (DMPA) - Liliane Chanson (Chef du Bureau des lieux de mémoire et des nécropoles (DMPA) - Magali Da Silva (Chargée de Mission “Tourisme de Mémoire” (DGCIS) - Nathalie Worthington (Directrice du Centre Juno Beach) – Franck Beaupérin (ONAC)


20:30 – 23:30

Diner

l’Arbre Vagabond – Wine-Bar and Book-shop



LE CHEYNE


TUESDAY 9th September



9:00

Coffee

SALLE DES BRETCHS - Lobby

9:30 – 10:30

KEYNOTE

THEATRE DES BRETCHS

Professor TOM SELWYN

Department of Anthropology and Sociology, SOAS, University of London



10:30 – 12:30

SESSIONS

SALLE DES BRETCHS

Session 10 : Mediating the past
Chair : Gaelle Crenn

Session 11: Narratives, Memory and Oblivion
Chair : Nelson Graburn

Session 12 : Remembering WWII & Tourism
Chair: Delphine Bechtel

Valentine Chatelet (Université Toulouse II – Le Mirail) :Médiation patrimoniale et technologies mobiles : quels rapports au passé ?


Géraldine Gauvin (Sycomore) : Applications numériques et médiation de la Grande Guerre
Olivier Cogne (Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation de l’Isère), Philippe Barrière (Lycée Descartes, Grenoble) : La Résistance, une mémoire urbaine. L’exemple du parcours Grenoble en 1944, une ville en résistance”

Senija Causevic (SOAS, University of London) : Syncretic versus Binary Narratives: The production and consumption of Ottoman heritage in the Balkans


Monica Sebestyen (University of Architecture and Urbanism “Ion Mincu”, Bucharest)Communist landmarks between memory and oblivion
Marita Gilbert (Allegheny College) :Buried By the Memory That Remains: Locating Black Women in post-Katrina Disaster Tourism Recovery Narratives.
Viol Maren (Edinburgh Napier University): Researching narratives of collective memory and identity: The case of the commemorative events of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Vladana Putnik (University of Belgrade) : Yugoslavian Second World War Memorials : Witnesses of the Past and the Future


Geoffrey Bird(Royal Roads University) : Arromanches and D-Day:  a Case Study in the Interplay of Memory, Tourism and Place
Olivia Sandri (InstitutUniversitaire Kurt Bosh) : History, Memory, Heritage, Mourning: Touristification of Rome and Venice's Former Jewish Ghettoes


12:30 – 13:45

LUNCH Buffet

SALLE DES BRETCHS - Lobby

13:45 – 15:15

SESSIONS

SALLE DES BRETCHS

Session 13: Local Memories, Global Cities
Chair : Caroline Rozenholc

Session 14 : Displaced Memories ( Anglo-French)
Chair : Bianca Botea

Session 15: ‘Dark Tourism’ as Reconciliation?
Chair : Senija Causevic

Jérôme Souty (EHESS- Université de l’Etat de Rio de Janeiro): Mémoires locales, imaginaires des lieux et tourismeglobalisé. La régionportuaire de Rio de Janeiro dans un contexte de « revitalisationurbaine » accélérée.


Jacques Galhardho (Université François Rabelais de Tours) : Arrangements et mises en récits de mémoiresdans la Mouraria à Lisbonne : rehabilitation d’un quartier “typique” et captation des flux de la mondialisation
Marie Bridonneau (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre), Pauline Guinard (ENS Ulm) :Lalibela/Soweto : des constructions mémoriellescontre le tourisme ?

Alda Neto (University of Porto) : Brazilians’ Houses: an example of nostalgia and a proposal of touristic empowerment


Smaranda Vultur (Université de l’Ouest, Timisoara) : L’utilisation de la mémoirecommebrandtouristiqueou “l’Odysséebanataise” à la Roque surPernes

Maria Gravari Barbas (Université Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne): Memories of immigration. Social activists, artists and tourists at the Lower East Side, New York


Isaac Rami (NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences) : The scars of the past : the case of Palestine


Emilie Aussems (Université Catholique de Louvain) :Tourists, actors of the reconciliation process in Bosnia-and-Herzegovina ?
Marija Kamper (University of Kent – Athens University of Economics and Business) :The Sarajevo Siege DarkHeritage: Protection, Interpretation and Tourism issues


15:15 – 16:45

SESSIONS

SALLE DES BRETCHS

Session 16 : Memory Trails and Identity
Chair : Caroline Winter

Session 17 : (Post)Colonial Memories



Chair: Jerome Souty

Session 18 : Memory and Resilience
Chair : Marita Gilbert

Davide Bagnaresi (University of Bologna), Giuseppe Marzi (San Marino) : San Marino “place of Righteous”: a proposal for a memory itinerary


Rosemary Kerr (University of Sydney): Trekking through History: Re-engaging with Memory, Place and Identity on the Kokoda Track
Véronique Ha Van (Université du Havre) : Place and Memory, History and Tourism: Monuments and Sculptures on American Western Trails


Jerry Michel (Université Paris 8 – Universitéd’Etat de Haiti) : Mémoire et tourisme culturel en Haïti : Les habitations coloniales entre passé et devenir


Noura Sahnoune (Université de Cergy-Pontoise) :Lieux de mémoire de la traitenégrière et de l’esclavage en France métropolitaine et aux Antilles : quelsen jeux touristiques, mémoriels et identitaires ?
Nabila Cherif (Ecole Polytechnique d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme d’Alger-EPAU): Le patrimoine thermal de l'Algérie: Un vecteur du tourisme au confluent des mémoires culturelles

Patricia Stokowski (University of Vermont) : Appropriating Cultural Memory in Tourism Development: Re-Imagining the Past in Constructing the Future


Geni Satiko Sato (Institute of Agricultural Economics, Sao Paulo) : Wine Tourism in Yamanashi and Koshu Grapes Origins Memories Preservation



Rafiq Ahmad ( Kashmir University) : Tourism, nostalgia for ‘Kashmir’, and the fracture in the image: Reflections of an ‘outsider’ on the inside


16 :45-17 :15

Tea Break

THEATRE DES BRETSCHS - Lobby

Round Table
18:00 – 20:00 - Lieu de Mémoire, Le Chambon sur Lignon (Open to Public)
ROUND TABLE : “LES JUSTES” REMEMBRANCE TOURISM : FROM LOCAL TO EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

Eliane Wauquiez (Mayor of Le Chambon), Aziza Grill-Mariott (University of Strasbourg), Marianne Robins (Westmont University), Davide Bagnaresi (University of Bologna)


20:45

Buffet at Hotel Bel Horizon


WEDNESDAY 10th September


8:30

Coffee

SALLE DES BRETCHS - Lobby

9:00 – 10:00

KEYNOTE


SALLE DES BRETCHS

Professor GREGORY ASHWORTH

University of Groningen



10:00 – 12:00

SESSIONS

SALLE DES BRETCHS

Session 19 : Co-inventing Heritage
Chair : Sebastien Jacquot

Session 18: Tourist and Personal memory
Chair : Rami Issac

Session 21: Narratives of violence
Chair : Patrick Naef

Sonia Catrina (Université de Bucarest) : Le rapport des « agents privés » du patrimoine au passé. Le cas de Maramure? en Roumanie


Behzad ATYABI (Université de Montpellier III) :Quelles relations les touristes et les visiteursiraniens entretiennent-ils avec leur patrimoines éculaire ? Etude de cas le site patrimoine mondial «Persépolis»
Juliette Augerot (Université de Montpellier III) :Entrepratiques habitantes et pratiques expérientielles des visiteurs dans des biensinscrits au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO. Le casd’Angkor au Cambodge

Anne-Marie d’Hauteserre (University of Waikato): Tourism and Memory


Nilgun Gunes & Zeynep Karsavuran (Akdeniz University) : An explorative analysis of personal memory based on tourism experience
Elizabeth Carnegie & Jerzy Kociatkiewicz (Sheffield University):Collective remembering and the reframing

of political pasts  
Wadbled Nathanael (Université de Lorraine) : À l’écoute des vécus. L’étude de cas comme méthode rigoureuse adaptée à l’expérience de visite


Clara Duterme (Université Toulouse II Le Mirail) :Témoignersur le conflitarmé interne dans le cadre touristique au Guatemala : visiteurs « solidaires » et construction des discours de (re)présentations de communautés locales.


Fanny Arnaud (EHESS) : Mémoire de la guerre patriotique en Croatie (1991-1995) : Entre usages politiques et exigencestouristiques
Nicolae Popa (Universitatea de Vestdin Timisoara) : Enjeux de la mise en tourisme des hauts lieux de mémoire de la révolution de 1989 à Timisoara



12:00-12:45

Conclusions and discussions

THEATRE DES BRETCHS

RAFIQ AHMAD

ANNE HERTZOG



13:00 – 14:00

LUNCH Buffet

SALLE DES BRETCHS - Lobby

14.00-19.00 Visits & Workshops


(Anglo-French)

On-the-field Workshop

  • Remembrance Tourism

Following History and Memory in Le Chambon sur Lignon

The first leg of the visit will cover the “Memory Trail” linking the hideouts used by Jewish refugees during WW2 fleeing persecution. The trail includes the visit to some of the prominent hideouts in the village. This visit will question the role of trails in making tourismifying banal’ places whose values are more in memory and history than in material or visual value.

The second part of the visit includes visit to the Lieu de Mémoire, the recently opened visitor centre in Le Chambon. The visit will be guided by the cultural mediator and the scientific expert of the visitor centre project.


  • Roots Tourism

The “Desert”, a “Montagne refuge”:  Religion, memory and tourism

Theis visit to Le Mazet Saint Voy village will bring us to important sites of memory for local and extra-local Protestant communities, as these repressed minorities had to settle down in the area during the Modern Age. The visit will show how religious conflict contributes toward shaping a territorial identity where religious identities are still pivotal to identity as “sites of memory” (mountain, temples, material heritage…). Such affiliations can be viewed as very much connected to national history of France as to the world history and memory of Protestantism.  This visit will be an opportunity to understand contemporary diversity of religious communities still living on the Plateau, considered as a “Montagne Refuge” as well as a sacred place, fostering forms of “root tourism” and “pilgrimage tourism”.

The second part of the visit includes a visit to Tence, the ‘frontier’ between Protestantism and Catholicism. We propose to visit this locality in search of any visible traces of the bygone sectarian strife between Catholics and Protestants. Tence is also a stage for one of the Catholic Pilgrimage Route in Europe, Saint Jacques of Compostella. It is also a city planned to be an urbanized symbol of Reaction – the orthodox, cultural and architectural offensive against the rise of Protestantism in France during Modern Age. We would like to understand what is still preserved of this complex and entangled religious history in the present material heritage, the collective memory and the tourism narratives in the contemporary backdrop of a secular milieu that now characterizes France.


  • Quality Tourism

Local Past, Tourism and the rural economy on Haute Lignon Plateau:  ‘Know-how’ of the past, tourism of the present and local economic development

This visit will be an occasion to understand how tourism over the years has shaped rural economy in this part of France, and how tourism has historically worked toward shaping the local communities on the plateau, bringing discernible economic changes to the locals. It will also be an occasion to discuss about heritagization of “local products” and how memory of local “know-how” is transmitted and used in touristic activities.The visit to various farms will allow participants to meet local producers of the Plateau.



During this on-the-field workshop the delegates will be welcomed at the “Halle Fermière” du Mazet, a “tourism place” used as a tool of local “sustainable development” where local producers sell handicraft and local products – and where the local rural identity is promoted and sold.



20:30

Conference Farewell Dinner

HOTEL CLAIR MATIN



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