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Home Проект АИРО-XXI и Союза журналистов Москвы «ПОБЕДА-75» Объявления Военное ограбление и культурные трансферы: пример советского кино (1939-1949)

Военное ограбление и культурные трансферы: пример советского кино (1939-1949)

Дорогие коллеги,

Научный журнал Коннекс (издан Женевским и Брюссельским университетами) готовит специальный номер, посвященный теме
Военное ограбление и культурные трансферы: пример советского кино (1939-1949).

Приглашаем прислать статью на французском и на английском языках, на которых публикуются статьи в журнале.

Искренне Вам,

                                  Эрик Онобль

The research program CINESOV, sponsored by the french National agency for research
(ANR), focuses on soviet cinema during the Second world war. In this frame was already organized
an international conference about
Soviet Film Industry the Second World War
(Moscow, june 2014)
and several scientific events are planned in the near future, about
the Holocaust filmed by the
Soviets
(Paris, january 2015) and about
Soviet War Propaganda on the Movie Screen
(Toulouse,
march 2015).
It is also necessarry to set the history of Soviet cinema during the Second World War in the
frame of European history and to highlight the issues of transfers and seizures, better known when
concerning other objects. This is the aim of a special issue of the journal
Connexe.
The question of seizures
by the Soviets can be approached in a variety of cases: Baltics and
Poland (1939 and 1944), Germany from May 1945, Manchuria in September 1945 (seizure of
Japanese films).
The seizure and transfer of movies are related to
the distribution policy
on Soviet and
German screens until 1949 (decisions about releases, cut-offs, subtitles or dubbing...). We will also
study
the influence of foreign movies (American and German in the USSR, Soviet in
Germany)
on the public at the end of the war, in a context of domestic production shortage.
One can also wonder
how American movies reached in the USSR
, some being seized,
others lend-leased by Hollywood majors in the frame of their commercial strategy in Eastern
Europe.
Seizures of equipment
are another aspect on which historiography didn't focus yet, especially
in Germany, with the dismantling of the UFA. We would like to assess the importance of seizures,
to know how it was allocated between Soviet studios and understand the consequences of that
process for restarting production in occupied Germany.
All of these informations would be an important contribution to the developing historiography
of war spoliation while highlighting an unknown aspect of cultural exchanges in Europe during the
Second World War.

Proposed contributions (title, name, institutional affiliation, one page summary and
bibliography) should be sent to
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before
15 january 2015.
In french or in english, the selected articles must be submitted by
15 june 2015
.
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Connexe: around the post-communist space
. The journal published by the Institute for Sociology
at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the
Global Studies Institute
of the Université de Genève
aims to connect associated disciplines and research objectives, to merge interconnected fields, to
capture simultaneously the deviant and the common, the singular and the whole, the present and the
future, the regional and the transnational