Zapraszamy do składania propozycji prezentacji podczas konferencji „Performing the future. Institutions and politics of memory” – 33. międzynarodowego kongresu SIBMAS – który odbędzie się w Warszawie w dniach 2-5 czerwca 2020. Wydarzenie organizuje Instytut Teatralny, we współpracy z Instytutem Kultury Polskiej.
CALL FOR PAPERS!
33rd SIBMAS Conference – Warsaw 2-5 of June 2020
Performing the future. Institutions and politics of memory
We welcome the submission of proposals for papers and presentations for the 33rd SIBMAS Congress, taking place between 2-5 June 2020 and organized by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in cooperation with the University of Warsaw’s Institute of Polish Culture.
How to submit your proposal?
Proposals for the 2020 Warsaw Conference must take into consideration one of the proposed topics, and consist of the title of the paper, abstract up to 300 words and short bio information about the author. It may be submitted in English or French, but please note that all presentations at the conference must be delivered in English.
The time allowed for each communication is 20 minutes maximum, followed by a 10-minute Q&A period.
All papers will be announced in English and French in the conference program and subsequently published in English and French in the proceedings. By submitting your paper for inclusion in the conference you agree to allow your paper to be published in print, in both English and French.
Deadline for submitting paper proposals: 3 February 2020
Notification of acceptance: 14 February 2020
Application form, Tips & Guidelines:
33rd SIBMAS Conference – FOLLOWING ISSUES
Facts, emotions, narratives – ideas and practices of a narrative museum.
Museums, archives and libraries as an interactive space – how to develop a relationship with visitors, practitioners of performing arts, and collectively contribute to an open society.
Marketing and collection – developing exhibitions and an image for a library or collection.
Theatre heritage institutions and the politics of memory – what narratives do we need and for what purpose?
Canonical and alternative approaches to the archives and library collections on performing arts.
Body and archive – documenting of “unpreservable” by museums, archives, libraries or artists themselves.
Performing the past/reviving the narrative – collaboration between archives, museums, libraries on the one hand and artists on the other.
The impact of policies, politics, and conventions on theatre and performing arts practices as well as its preservation.
Ecology in the library, archive and museum – practicing care for the Earth; how do perform jobs and help save the planet.