Commémoration du centenaire de la Première Guerre Mondiale (1914-18) [en]

Commémoration du centenaire de la Première Guerre Mondiale (1914-18)

Samedi, 8 Novembre 2014, Dimanche, 9 Novembre 2014 Colombo,
à la National Film Corporation, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 07
Conférence & Projection de documentaire – avec sous titres anglais.

1. Apocalypse : La Première Guerre mondiale, une série de films documentaires retraçant l’Histoire de la Grande Guerre en 5 épisodes.

JPEG

Cette série franco-canadienne d’ Isabelle Clarke et Daniel Costelle rassemble de nombreuses images connues et moins connues, restaurées et re-colorisées.

2. Les troupes coloniales dans la première guerre mondiale : Contexte global, British Raj etSri Lanka, 1914-18 : Conference avec deux panélistes. Keynote Speaker : Dr Amaury Lorin, Historien français et journaliste & Guest Speaker Prof. Dr K. M. de Silva, Professeur d’Histoire de Sri Lanka, Directeur, International Centre for Ethnic Studies
.
Entrée libre (More suitable for adults)
A Colombo, à la National Film Corporation, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 07

Jour1 – Saturday 8th November

4:00 pm – Conference by two panelists :
Keynote Speaker : Dr Amaury Lorin & Guest Speaker : Prof. Dr K.M. de Silva
5:30 pm – Tea break
6:15 pm – Screening of episodes 1 & 2 (2 x 52’ : 104 minutes)

Jour2 – Sunday 9th November – NFC-

4:00 pm – Screening of episodes 3, 4 & 5 (3 x 52’ : 156 minutes)

In Kandy at the Alliance Française de Kandy, 642 Peradeniya Mawatha,

- Day 1 - Sunday 9th November 4:00 pm – Conference by Dr Amaury Lorin
- Day 2 – Saturday 15th November Screening of the 5 films (5 x 52’)
In Matara at Ruhuna University
Tuesday 11th November 2:00 pm – Conference by Dr Amaury Lorin & screening 1 film (52’)

Professor Dr K. M. de Silva, PhD, School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London) is an acclaimed Sri Lankan Historian and Author of numerous Books, Monographs and Articles. Director, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Emeritus professor, University of Peradeniya, Foundation Professor of History of Sri Lanka, University of Ceylon, former Vice-President for South Asia of the International Association of Historians of Asia. Board of Editorial Advisors, The Round Table, (London) ; Editor, Ethnic Studies Report, bi-annual journal of the International Centre for Ethnic Studies.
He has been Smuts Visiting Fellow in Commonwealth Studies and Visiting Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge (1968-1969) ; Commonwealth Visiting Professor in the Department of Government, University of Manchester (1976-1977) ; and Fullbright Scholar in Residence, and Visiting Professor of History at Bowdoin College, Maine (1985-1986). He was a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington DC from October 1991 to July 1992. Professor K.M. de Silva was selected as the Academic Prize Laureate (2002) of the 13th Fukuoka Asian Cultural Prizes for his “unparalleled contribution to historical studies of Sri Lanka’s colonial period” and for his work on “ethnic studies (and) conflict resolution”.

Dr. Amaury Lorin, PhD History (Sciences Po, Paris), is a French historian and journalist. A Member of the Asian Society and a former Research Fellow at the French School of Asian Studies, he has worked for twenty years on Asia, where he has made multiple long-term stays (China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar). A Contributing Writer to The Myanmar Times, Questions internationales (La Documentation française), L’Histoire and Historia, Dr. Lorin was awarded the French Senate PhD Prize 2012, the French Academy for Overseas Sciences Auguste Pavie Prize 2006, and the French War Veterans Writers Prize 2006.

Dernière modification : 29/10/2014

Haut de page