Research

SLAVE IN THE MUSEUM SEMINAR

Seminar

SLAVE IN THE MUSEUM SEMINAR

Seminar "Colonial Slavery in European Museum: Arts and representations".
Nicola Lo Calzo, (Université de Paris Cergy - ENSAPC) On the use of photography to address counter-narratives of slavery: the Cham project

I presented a text on the use of "give back" to produce a situated and decolonial photography, notably the experience of Obia exhibition produced in Saint Laurent du Maroni in 2016, by Les Rencontres Photographiques de Guyane and the CIAP
Survivances and ghosts of colonialism

Seminar

Survivances and ghosts of colonialism

As part of the exhibition Ângela Ferreira, structures et gestes- Independence Cha Cha & #BucketsystemMustFall, the Ygrec-ENSAPC art center and the Théâtre de La Commune organize the seminar Survivances and ghosts of colonialism in contemporary societies - activism, research and artistic devices.

Nicola Lo Calzo - On the uses of photography to address the memories of slavery: The CHAM project, Bushinengue heritage and resistance bodies.

September 17-18, 2021
Théâtre de La Commune - Aubervilliers
APELA seminar

Seminar

APELA seminar

APELA Congress, September 22-24, 2021
Queer activism and aesthetics in African literature

Nicola Lo Calzo (Université de Paris Cergy - ENSAPC) - Écritures photographiques, masculinité et corps queer en Afrique subsaharienne : l’oeuvre de Regis Samba Kounzi




Genève University - The Ethnographic Commitment

Seminar

Genève University - The Ethnographic Commitment

L’engagement ethnographique – Observer, décrire et comprendre l’expérience humaine, a workshop organized by André Chapatte.
Global Studies Institute of the University of Geneva
September 27-30, 2021.

André Chappatte, Responsable du projet
Aline Samaké, Assistante du projet
Bourahima Diomandé, Postdoctorant
Salomé Okoekpen, Doctorante
Bassirou Gaye, Doctorant
Katrin Langewiesche (Anthropologue; Mainz Universität, Allemagne)
Abdourahmane Seck (Anthropologue et historien ; Université Gaston Berger, Saint-Louis, Sénégal)
Alice Aterianus-Owenga (Socio-anthropologue ; Université de Lausanne, Suisse)
Peter Lambertz (Anthropologue ; Université de Louvain, Belgique)
Nicola Lo Calzo (Photographe, EUR Doctorant, CY-ENSAPC, Paris, France)
Christian Vium – (Socio-anthropologue, photographe & vidéaste ; Aarhus University, Denmark)
7e Rencontres Atlantiques

Seminar

7e Rencontres Atlantiques

Ten years after the inauguration, at the Aquitaine Museum of the section "Bordeaux, Atlantic Trade and Slavery", this seventh edition of the Rencontres Atlantiques proposes to analyze the material traces of slavery and treaties in terms of semiophores. Nicola Lo Calzo is presenting "Cham. Mémoires de l’esclavage colonial : une enquête photographique, 2010-2020".


09-10 Mai, 2019
Musée d’Aquitaine - 20 Cours Pasteur. 33000 Bordeaux
Cham in São Tomé

Reportage

Cham in São Tomé

I'm travelling to Sao Tomé island from 18th August in order to develop a new chapter of the Cham project.
The work will be done in collaboration with Alliance Française de São Tomé et Príncipe. I'll be available for assignments.
EHESS: Slavery and post-slavery

Seminar

EHESS: Slavery and post-slavery

As part of the seminar "Slavery and post-slavery", organized by the CIRESC, Lo Calzo is invited to share a panel with the anthropologist Alessandra Brivio around our works on Tchamba vodun in Togo and Benin. Many thanks to Gaetano Ciarcia for inviting me.

March 9,  3 pm. EHESS, 105 Bd Raspail 75006, Paris
AIDES : ReLOVution seminar

Seminar

AIDES : ReLOVution seminar

AIDES (French community-based non-profit organisatio fighting HIV/AIDS invited Nicola Lo Calzo to speak on his work as part the first Caribbean colloquium around lgbti rights and struggle against homophobia in the Caribbean: ReLOVution.

Seminar Caribbean ReLOVution
Friday 5th, Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th aPRIL 2019.
Langley Resort Fort Royal - Dehaies - Guadeloupe.
Black Portraitures IV

Seminar

Black Portraitures IV

Harvard University invited Nicola Lo Calzo to present the work Regla (Cuba) during the international conference Black Portraitures IV: The Color of Silence. Many thanks to Alejandro de la Fuente.

Afro-Cuban Heritage: emancipatory practices and cultural action by Nicola Lo Calzo,  Ivor Miller and Paulette Young,
Thompson Room, Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street March 24, 2018 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm, Harvard University, Cambridge, US.
UPEC - PENSER LE MONDE : THE CHAM PROJECT

Talk

UPEC - PENSER LE MONDE : THE CHAM PROJECT

The University Paris-Est Créteil with the association "Thinking the World" organize a talk with a projection around the CHAM project , Tuesday, December 4 at 18:00 at the Amphitheater numero 1 of the campus.
UNESCO : Coalition of Artists for the General History of Africa

Grants

UNESCO : Coalition of Artists for the General History of Africa

UNESCO: Coalition of Artists for the General History of Africa. An international coalition involving artists in the promotion of the General History of Africa was launched at UNESCO on 7 October. The coalition will help young people use the unique instrument that the History represents in recounting the continent’s past from an African perspective.
Nicola Lo Calzo invited by Columbia Global Center

Talk

Nicola Lo Calzo invited by Columbia Global Center

Slavery’s legacies, black struggles & white suprematism, Panel guided by Jean-Philippe Dedieu.

With Nicola Lo Calzo, Audrey Célestine & Chrystal M. Fleming.

Monday 16th January 7pm, Columbia Global Centers - Paris.
Reid Hall, 4 rue de Chevreuse , 75006 Paris.
International Colloquium of the Memorial of the Abolition of Slavery

Seminar

International Colloquium of the Memorial of the Abolition of Slavery

International colloquium of the Memorial of the Abolition of Slavery: an Architecture of Memory
June 7/8 2013 - Auditorium of the national school of architecture of Nantes
Scientific direction : Françoise Vergès