dimarts, 4 de novembre de 2014

CULTURA Y DEVOCIÓN DE LAS COFRADÍAS

Tallers d'Historia de la Cultura 2014
Coordinadora: Tess Knighton (ICREA / IMF-CSIC)
Una sèrie de quatre tallers interdisciplinaris sobre diferents aspectes socio-culturals de la vida quotidiana urbana a l'Edad Moderna
Marie Curie Foundation CIG-2012
Proyecte d'Investigació URBANMUSICS no. 321876
Urban musics and musical practices in sixteenth-century Europe


IV. CULTURA Y DEVOCIÓN DE LAS COFRADÍAS
11 de novembre de 2014
10:00 a 14:00 hores
Sala de seminaris de la Residència de Investigadors CSIC-Generalitat de Catalunya
Carrer de l’Hospital, 64, 08001, Barcelona
 
10:00.      Luis Robledo (Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid)
                      Música y cofradías en Madrid durante el siglo XVII

11:00.            Debat

11:30.            Pausa

12:00.      Germán Navarro Espinach (Universidad de Zaragoza)
                      Les confraries medievals: d'Europa a Amèrica
                Xavier Torres (Universitat de Girona)
                      Música y hermandad: algunas cofradías de la Barcelona del setecientos
                Jaume Ayats (UAB/Museo de la Música de Barcelona)
                      La confraria de Sant’Antone de Calvi: cantar junts per construir junts l’emoció i l’espai de vida social

13:00.            Debat


FOURTY YEARS OF FIELDWORK IN THE STAR MOUNTAINS, HIGHLAND OF PAPUA PROVINCE, INDONESIA (WEST NEW GUINEA)

PUBLIC TALK – IMF (CSIC) Barcelona

FOURTY YEARS OF FIELDWORK IN THE STAR MOUNTAINS, HIGHLAND OF PAPUA PROVINCE, INDONESIA (WEST NEW GUINEA)

On the Interface between Anthropology, Prehistory and Human Ethology
 Wulf Schiefenhövel

Dijous 13 de Novembre a les 12:00 h.

Saló d'Actes de la Delegación del CSIC a Catalunya. Carrer de les Egipcíaques 15, Barcelona
CHARRADA OBERTA AL PÚBLLIC – IMF-CSIC Barcelona

First stage of funeral rituals of the Eipo: placing the corpse in the crown of the tree.

The lecturer will talk of fieldwork among the Eipo, member of the Mek cultures and languages, Pengunungan Bintang, Province of Papua, Indonesia.

In June 1974, after a six-days walk into the Eipomek Valley from the newly opened mission station and airstrip of Bime, the lecturer first visited The Eipo, who still had a neolithic tool kit and way of life. They were carrying out their age-old rituals, fighting wars against their traditional enemies in the Famek valley to the West, trading stone axe blades with their partners across the central range and celebrating impressive feasts.

Researchers documented their lives from birth to death and were stunned by their excellent knowledge of nature as well as the beauty of their legends and love songs. The Eipo were modern models of the past, helping us and science to understand the "conditio humana", the essence of what it means to be Homo sapiens.