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« Round table in tribute to Daniel Fabre »

Christine Laurière, Thomas Mouzard & Sylvie Sagnes
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Sylvie Sagnes, Christine Laurière, Thomas Mouzard, 2022. Table ronde en hommage à Daniel Fabre. [Podcast]. FMSH

The FMSH (Foundation for Humanities and social sciences) hosted a traveling exhibition from September 12 to 30, 2022, in tribute to anthropologist Daniel Fabre, who passed away in 2016.
The European Heritage Days being organized at the same time, it seemed apt to link these two events today to reexamine Daniel Fabre’s major contribution to the anthropology of heritage, particularly in the field of "heritage emotions”. Sylvie Sagnes (CNRS), member of the EMOBI (Emotions-Mobilizations) working group set up within the framework of the Scientific workforce on Notre-Dame de Paris (CNRS, Ministry for Culture) will show how current research exploring the diverse mobilizations following Notre-Dame fire (April 15, 2019) is based on Daniel Fabre’s theoretical legacy and extends it.
One cannot dissociate Daniel Fabre’s analysis of how passions of the past trouble contemporaries from his concern for reflexivity. His questioning of his research and more broadly of his discipline illustrate the implication of ethnology in heritage processes. Bérose, the international online encyclopedia, was created at the instigation of Daniel Fabre. It presents the results of major projects in the field of the history of anthropology in order to give free access to and understanding of the transformations and intellectual variations of anthropology, a unique science. Christine Laurière (CNRS), co-director of Bérose, will review the genesis of the project and its current developments.

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