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Conference "Temporality and Material Culture under Socialism", Florence, Italy
Start Date/Time: Saturday, July 3, 2021 8:00 AM
End Date/Time: Sunday, July 4, 2021 8:00 PM
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The Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz is one of the oldest research institutions dedicated to the History of Art and Architecture in Florence,  Italy, where facets of European, Mediterranean and global history are investigated

July 3


10:00 Welcome and introductory remarks by Gerhard Wolf

10:10 Introduction, Julie Deschepper


10:30–12:30 Panel 1. Soviet Experiments: From the Everyday to Geological Time
Chair: Gerhard Wolf

Nick Baron, University of Nottingham
‘The Friction of Time against Space’: Cartographic Temporalities in Stalinist Culture

Natalia Maksimishina, CEU Budapest
Radio City in the Soviet Arctic: Time and Temporality in the Soviet Arctic in the 1930s

Andreas Schönle, University of Bristol
The Five-Day Week and Soviet Temporality in the Early 1930s

Ana María Gómez López, University of Amsterdam
Deep Space, Deep Time: Ivan Efremov’s Paleontological and Intergalactic Explorations of Past and Future Planetary Histories


14:00–15:30 Panel 2. Temporalities in Early Soviet Socialism
Chair: Antony Kalashnikov

Federica Rossi, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut
Appropriating History: Architecture and Time in Early Soviet Era

Reed Johnson, Bowdoin College
Last Stop, Communism: Time as Space in the Soviet Political Poster

Harriet Murav, University of Illinois
The Longing to Arrive: The Yiddish Socialist Realist Fiction of David Bergelson 


16:00–18:00 Panel 3. Socialism and Material Heritage
Chair: Julie Deschepper

Irina Sandomirskaja, Södertörn University
From Nasledie to Nasledie: Fragments of History of the Soviet Symbolic Economy of the Past

Vladimir Kulić, Iowa State University
History Re-Stitched: The Simultaneous Temporalities of Yugoslav War Memorials

Oana Ţiganea, Politecnico di Milano
Continuity and Discontinuity in the Heritage-Making Process in Socialist Romania. The Case Study of the Industrial Built Legacy in Banat and Transylvania

Caterina Preda, University of Bucharest
“Dear Comrades, Visit Your Past!”: the Politics of Daily Life Museums of Communism in Romania

 

July 4


11:00–12:30 Panel 4. Embodied Time: Art, Fashion, and Design
Chair: TBA

Ekaterina Kulinicheva, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
From Enemy to Ally: Late Soviet Theory of Fashion and the Problem of Time

Hana Gründler, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut
The Weight of Time. Time and Temporality in Czech ‘Non-Conformist’ Art and Philosophy, 1960–1980

Dora Derado, University of Split, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Time = Money: The Relationship of (Art)Work and Time in the Socialist Republic of Croatia as Seen through the Works of Mladen Stilinović 


14:00–16:00 Panel 5. Time Materialized: Socialist Transcultural Encounters
Chair: Antony Kalashnikov

Carlotta Castellani, Università di Firenze
Lenin’s Monument Projects. El Lissitzky and László Peri’s New Space-Time Conceptions

Mariya Petrova, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig
Jonas Van der Straeten, Technical University of Darmstadt
Rhythms, Rush and Stubborn Materialities: The Disconnected Temporalities of Sovietizing Samarkand

Douglas Gabriel, George Washington University
Adri Kácsor, Northwestern University
Architecture in Anticipation: The Time and Space of Socialist Friendship between Hungary and North Korea in the 1950s

Uta Leconte, Technical University of Munich
Response and Delay: Building Interdependent Ideologies at the Case of the World Trade Center Buildings in Moscow and New York


16:30-18:30 Panel 6. The Urban Environment and Remediated Temporality
Chair: Gabriella Cianciolo

Marie-Madeleine Ozdoba, German Center for Art History–DFK Paris
Building the New Times of Socialism: Trans-medial Narratives in the Center of Berlin, Capital of the GDR

Martin Babička, Oxford University
“Today in a House”: Time and the City on Late Socialist Czechoslovak TV

Deirdre Madeleine Smith, University of Texas
“Požuri polako” (Hurry Slowly): Impatience, Disjuncture and the Urban Pastoral in Socialist Zagreb

Julia Keblinska, UC Berkeley
New Era, New Media: The Techno-Aesthetic Temporality of Chinese Postsocialism


18:30 Conclusion, Federica Rossi 

 

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