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30 janv. 2017 - 3 févr. 2017

Homosexualité communiste 1945-1989

Colloque international

 

 

Programme du colloque

Le jeudi 2 février

Université Paris-Est Créteil (Salle des thèses – bâtiment P)

9:00-9:30 a.m. : Introductory remarks by Arthur Clech and Mathieu Lericq

9:30-12:00 : PANEL I — EX-CENTERING SEXUALITIES : CHANGING FIELDS OF RESEARCH

Panel chair : Florence Tamagne (Université Lille 3)

Discussant: Arthur Clech (EHESS)

Łukasz Szulc (University of Antwerp) :

Homosexuality in Eastern Bloc Countries in the 1980s in a Comparative Perspective

Anita Kurimay (Bryn Mawr College) :

Practicing and Imagining Homosexuality in Late Socialist Hungary

Vojin Saša Vukadinović (University of Zürich) :

A different kind of communist love. A case study on same-sex desire in the Red Army Faction and the G.D.R.

[10:30-10:45 : Coffee break]

Galina Zelenina (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscou) :

Late Soviet Jews and homosexuals: “older” minority and “younger” minority in internal discourse


Thibault Boulvain (Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne) :

The AIDS epidemic didn’t stop at the borders of the Iron Curtain

[12:00-13:00 : Pause déjeuner]

13:00-14:00 Keynote (1)

Dan Healey (University of Oxford) :

How to Write the History of Communist Homosexuality: Historical Time, Geopolitics, and Queer Memory in the Former Soviet Union

14:15-17:00 : PANEL II — HOMOSEXUALITIES UNDER CONTROL : LEGAL AND MEDICAL SHAPES

Panel chair : Éric Fassin (Université Paris 8)

Discussant : Roman Krakovsky (Labex TEPSIS, EHESS)

Franko Dota (University of Zagreb) :

A «Queer» Communist Idea: The Failed Post-Revolutionary Attempt to Decriminalize Homosexuality in Socialist Yugoslavia

Jan Seidl (Society for Queer Memory, Prague) :

Did the decriminalization of homosexuality in Czechoslovakia in 1961 actually take place?

Uladzimir Valodzin (Maksim Bahdanovič Literary Museum, Minsk) :

Criminal persecution of male homosexuals in late Soviet Union (1950s-1991): discourses and figures

[15:30-15:45 : Coffee break]

Agnès Chetaille (EHESS) :

Between repression and incitement: state control and emergence of homosexual groups in Poland in the 1980s


Irina Costache (Central European University) :

Je est un autre: Homosexuality, Confession and the Politics of Abnormality in Ceausescu’s Romania

[Discussions of the first day will pursue at the occasion of the screening of the documentary film Secret Years by Mária Takács at the Cinéma Luminor Hôtel-de-Ville at 8pm.]

Le vendredi 3 février

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Amphi F. Furet, 105 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris)

9:00-9:30 : Breakfast

9:30-10:30 Keynote (2)

Judit Takács (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) :

Disciplining Gender and Homosexuality in State Socialist Hungary

10:30-10:45 : Coffee break

10:45-13:00 : PANEL III — BETWEEN NON-NORMATIVE AND NORMATIVE EVERYDAY LIVES

Panel chair : Hadley Zaun Renkin (Central European University, Budapest)

Discussant: Jérôme Bazin (Université Paris-Est Créteil)

Francesca Stella (University of Glasgow) :

Rethinking communist homosexualities through everyday experiences: insights from a study on ‘lesbian’ lives in Soviet Russia

Maria Bühner (University of Leipzig) :

Insights in the changing (self-)understandings of lesbians in East Germany during the 1980s


Alisa Zhabenko (University of Helsinki) :

Motherhood culture of the “last Soviet generation” women with same-sex sexual desire

Wojciech Śmieja (University of Upper Silesia, Katowice) :

The captive (homosexual) minds. On being a writer and a homosexual in communist Poland

13:00-14:00 : Coffee break

14:00-16:15 : PANEL IV — EXPOSED INTIMACIES: IN SEARCH OF A PUBLIC AND POETICAL PRESENCE

Panel chair : Dina Iordanova (University of St Andrews)

Discussant : Mathieu Lericq (Aix-Marseille Université)

Sanja Lazarević Radak (University of Belgrade) :

Non-Aligned Yugoslavia and ‘In-between’ Subjects’: Filming Homosexuality In The Yugoslav Black Wave (1967-1971)

Kevin Moss (Middlebury College) :

Traitors, Secrets, Spies, and Dissidents : Gay and Lesbian Characters in Two Classic Hungarian Films of the 80s

Tim Veith (University of Siegen) :

Pictures of homosexual life during communism in Poland in non-heterosexual magazines across Europe

Mateusz Chmurski (Université Paris-Sorbonne)
 :

Encircling the void? Body (and discourse) distortions in the Central-European gay prose

[16:15-16:30 : Pause café]

16:30-17:30 – Articulated discussion between the artist Jaanus Samma and the reseacher Uku Lember (Université de Tallinn, Université d’Uppsala).

17:30-18:00 – Closing remarks by Jérôme Bazin and general discussion.

Plus d’informations sur : www.eastqueerconference.wordpress.com

 

Lieux de la conférence

JOUR 1 : 2 février 2017

Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne

Salle des thèses – Bât. P

61, avenue du Général de Gaulle

94010 Créteil

 

JOUR 2 : 3 février 2017

EHESS

Amphi F. Furet

105 boulevard Raspail

75006 Paris

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Date :

A partir du : 30 janv. 2017
Jusqu'au : 3 févr. 2017

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