CONF Oct 2, 2005

Histoire de l'imprime du Moyen-Orient (Paris 2-4 Nov 05)

Jake Benson

et les pays du Moyen-Orient

2e Colloque international
Histoire de l'imprimé dans les langues et les pays du Moyen-Orient

The second international Symposium on the history of printing and
publishing in the languages and countries of the Middle-East will take
place at the

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Site François Mitterand - Petit Auditorium - Hall Est

2-4 november 2005

Programme

Mercredi 2 Novembre 2005

09:00-09:30
Accueil et enregistrement

09:45-
Mot d'ouverture
Jean-Noël Jeanneney, Président Biblothèque nationale de France

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Introduction
Sara Yontan Musnik, Coordinatrice locale Biblothèque nationale de France

10:00-11:30
Session 1
Turkish printing and publishing in England in the 17th century
Geoffrey Roper, anciennement Cambridge University Library

Some observations on the perception and understanding of printing amongst
the Arab Greek Orthodox (Melkites) in the 17th century
Carsten-Michael Walbiner, Katholischer Akademischer Ausländer-Dienst, Bonn

Ambroise Firmin-Didot, un éditeur parisien témoin des premières imprimeries
impériales de Constantinople en 1816

Frédéric Hitzel, Centre national de la recherche scientifique - Ecole des
Hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris

12:30-14:30
Déjeuner libre

14:30-16:00
Session 2
The European press in Khedive Ismâ'îl's Egypt (1863-66): a neglected field
Philip Sadgrove, University of Manchester

Contribution à l'histoire de l'imprimerie en Egypte : à propos de deux
catalogues de vente d'ouvrages imprimés à Boulaq et datés de 1261 A.H.[1845
E.C.]
Frédéric Bauden, Université de Liège

The Huart collection at the National Taiwan University
Cheng Hsiang Hsu, National Chengchi University, Taipei

16:00-16:15
Pause

16:15-17:45
Session 3
Attempts to introduce the Latin alphabet into certain countries of the
Middle East and Central Asia
Jacob Landau, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The provincial press and its contribution to a Turkish national identity
(1945-1954)
Gavin Brockett, Wilfried Laurier University

Literacy, illiteracy and censorship in the tradition of the Muslim
Brotherhood
Uri M. Kupferschmidt, University of Haifa

Jeudi 3 Novembre 2005

09:15-10:45
Session 4
Christian missionaries, Arabic publishing, and Muslim evangelization
Heather Sharkey, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphie

Karaite printing in Ottoman Istanbul
Dan Shapira, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Middle Eastern émigré publishing in Europe
David G. Hirsch, University of California at Los Angeles

10:45-11:00
Pause

11:00-13:00
Session 5
Diglossia and the 'methodology' of Arabic print: Linguistic approaches to
the history of the book
John-Paul Ghobrial, Princeton University

Approche de l'histoire, des caractères et de l'actualité de la typographie
hébraïque
Sylvie Chokroun, Plancreatif, Paris

Arabic type as cultural identity
Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès, American University of Dubaï

The Arabic script meets Latin typography: the early Kufi as a source of
inspiration for new Arabic typefaces
Nadine Chahine, Linotype Library Gmbh, Hambourg

13:00-14:30
Déjeuner libre

14:30-16:00
Session 6

From manuscript to print book: Armenian bookbinding from the 16th to the
19th century
Dickran Kouymjian, California State University, Fresno

Le Cabinet des poinçons de l'Imprimerie nationale et plus particulièrement
les poinçons typographiques syriaques
Christian Paput, Imprimerie nationale, Paris

L'impression lithographique du livre, exemple du livre moyen-oriental et
maghrébin
Jean-Louis Estève, Ecole Estienne, Paris

Nathalie Rodriguez, Biblothèque interuniversitaire des langues orientales

16:00-16:15
Pause

16:15-17:45
Session 7

Quand la presse se fait archive. Rûz al-Yûsuf, miroir d'une époque?
Sonia Temimi, Centre d'études et de documentation économiques, juridiques
et sociales, Le Caire

Imprinting the public sphere: Arabic placards, proclamations and handbills
Ami Ayalon, Tel Aviv University

Iraqi dailies in early 1920s and the public sphere
Orit Bashkin, University of Chicago

Vendredi 4 Novembre 2005

09:15-10:45
Session 8
Des livres pour tous les jours : les almanachs Ebüzziya (1873-1900)
Özgür Türesay, Université Galatasaray, Istanbul

Printing as a 'mission civilisatrice' : Ahmed Ihsan Tokgöz, Servet-i Fünun
and the Turkish public
Christoph Neumann, Bilgi University, Istanbul

Reading elite and elite reading
Metin Kunt, Sabanci University, Istanbul

10:45-11:00
Pause

11:00-12:30
Session 9

The ups and downs of Armenian printers in Amsterdam:1700-1800
René Bekius, anciennement Institute of Social Studies, La Haye

Persian incunabula
Ulrich Marzolph, Akademie der Wissenschaften, Göttinguen

The origins and development of Syriac printing in the Middle East.
David Taylor, University of Oxford

12:30-13:00
Conclusion
Geoffrey Roper, anciennement Cambridge University Library

13:00-14:30
Déjeuner libre

14:30-15:00
The creation of the Arabic keyboard of today
Hrant Gabeyan, anciennement Linotype England

15:15-15:45
La création du clavier arabe actuel
Hrant Gabeyan, anciennement Linotype England

The updated programme, the abstracts of the presentations, practical
information as well as a registration form may be found on
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/colloque.imprimes.mo/

Attendance is free; however registration is recommended in order to
receive any further information.

Sara Yontan Musnik
Local organiser
Bibliothèque nationale de France
colloque.imprimes-mobnf.fr
sara.yontanbnf.fr

Reference:
CONF: Histoire de l'imprime du Moyen-Orient (Paris 2-4 Nov 05). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 2, 2005 (accessed May 26, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/27581>.

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