Programme

15th November 2018 | Museu Nacional de História Natural e da Ciência     (MUHNAC-UL)

9.30h Opening Ceremony: José Pedro Sousa Dias (Director MUHNAC-UL/ IHC – NOVA FCSH )

Opening Conference

Christine Lorre Musée d’Archeologie National (France)/ Senior curator – Comparative Archaeology

World Archaeology at the French National Museum of Archaeology (Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France): Reassessment of ancient collections for new insights in archaeology.

10.30h-11h Coffee Break

 11h – Session 1

Biographies of objects and collections: methodological challenges (I)

Chair: Maria de Fátima Nunes

Maria da Luz Sampaio Integrated researcher at IHC – NOVA FCSH

Against obsolescence of the technical-industrial objects: the methodological analysis to restore their trajectory

Joana d’Oliva Monteiro Instituto de História de Arte, Univ. Nova de Lisboa

‘Uses’, modifications and (re)contextualizations: the Panels of St. Vincent of Lisbon

Bruno A. Martinho European University Institute, Florence, CHAM – Centre for the Humanities, Lisbon

How historians disentangle things (and how to entangle them back again)

12.00h- 12.30h Debate

12.30-14h Lunch

14h –  Session 2

Biographies of objects and collections: methodological challenges (II)

Chair: Ana Cristina Martins

Luis Pequito Antunes Integrated researcher at IHC – NOVA FCSH – CEHFCi – Univ. Évora

The African Elephants of the Museum «Dr. Álvaro de Castro», Lourenço Marques (now Maputo), Mozambique. One object, several stories

Paulo Costa Museu Nacional de Etnologia

Can we really make them talk? On ethnographic objects and field research

Thierry Aubry Fundação Côa Parque

Fariseu’s Rock nº1 “The Rosetta Stone” of the Côa Valley Palaeolithic Rock Art

Isabel Tissot Archeofactu

When corrosion tells stories about wear and tear of objects

15h- 15.30h Debate

15.30- 16h Coffee Break

16h – Session 3

The Global Life of Things: Outputs

Chair: Marta Lourenço

Samuel Gessner  CIUHCT – Univ. de Lisboa/Univ. Nova de Lisboa

Manual and mental exercise: a mathematical instrument in early modern Lisbon

Inês Gomes CIUHCT – Univ. de Lisboa

The life of teaching collections or how can historical collections unveil pedagogical practices?

Rita Gaspar Natural History and Science Museum of the University of Porto

The who, the how and the when: opening (old) museum deposits to current Science

Quintino Lopes Integrated researcher at IHC – NOVA FCSH – CEHFCi – Univ. Évora

Scientific instruments: following the “The Money Trail”

17- 17.30h Debate

 


 

 16th November 2018 – Museu Nacional de Arqueologia (MNA)

9.30h Opening Ceremony: António Carvalho (Director MNA)

9.30h Session 1

Archaeological Museums: Documentation of archaeological objects and collections (I)

Chair: António Carvalho

Rui Parreira Direcção Regional de Cultura do Algarve /Uniarq – Univ. Lisboa

Object, context and record – uses and senses of the “archaeological data”

Isabel Pinto Câmara Municipal de Elvas

The beginnings of the former Archeologic and Etnographic Museum of Elvas  António Tomaz Pires colletion (1880-1901)

Maria João Vasconcelos Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis

Archaeological objects in the path of Museology and Museography. The Allen Collection at National Museum of Soares dos Reis.

 

10.30-11h Debate

11h Coffee Break

11.30h – Session 2

Archeological Museums: Documentation of archaeological objects and collections (II)

Chair: António Carvalho

Virgílio Lopes Campo Arqueológico de Mértola

From the archaeological excavation to the museum. The case of Mértola.

Elisabete Pereira Integrated researcher at IHC – NOVA FCSH – CEHFCi – Univ. Évora

The history of archaeological collectors, collections and museums: from archives to objects

Maria de Jesus Monge Museu-Biblioteca da Casa de Bragança

Giving objects another chance.

12.30h Debate

13-14.30h Lunch

14.30-15.30h Conference

Luís Raposo ICOM Europa/Museu Nacional de Arqueologia

From “object” to “archaeological”, from “past” to “present” and from “field” to “museum”: reinvention processes

 15.30h Round table

Objects (In)visibilitys on display: science comunication challenges

Chair: Elisabete Pereira

Marta Lourenço (Museu Nacional de História Natural e da Ciência – Univ. Lisboa)

António Carvalho (Museu Nacional de Arqueologia – DGPC)

Graça Filipe (IHC – NOVA FCSH, Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal)

Pedro Casaleiro (Museu da Ciência da Universidade de Coimbra)

Luís Raposo (ICOM Europe/Museu Nacional de Arqueologia – DGPC)

16.30h Debate

17h Closing ceremony

Closing coffee ‘break’

 

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