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Conferences : Women in maritime work, past and present

Cultural ,  Conference ,  Historic ,  Human and social sciences ,  Sea and Coastal Festival in Rochefort
  • The Centre International de la Mer - Corderie Royale is offering three conferences: "Women's maritime work, past and present", in partnership with the Fête de la Mer et des Littoraux.
    Each evening will be an opportunity to combine a female maritime activity in the past and the present.
    The Centre International de la Mer - Corderie Royale is proposing to bring together the past and present through these conferences.
    This is a way of putting women back into a history - their history - from...
    The Centre International de la Mer - Corderie Royale is offering three conferences: "Women's maritime work, past and present", in partnership with the Fête de la Mer et des Littoraux.
    Each evening will be an opportunity to combine a female maritime activity in the past and the present.
    The Centre International de la Mer - Corderie Royale is proposing to bring together the past and present through these conferences.
    This is a way of putting women back into a history - their history - from which they have long been erased.
    At 6.30 pm in the projection room of the Corderie Royale.
    Free admission.

    Programme :
    Tuesday 5 July - "Women and fish processing".
    With Hervé RETUREAU, in charge of maritime heritage in Sables d'Olonne & Delphine and Lucie DUPUY, fish canners and fishmongers

    Wednesday 6 July - "Coastal fishing: a male activity?
    With Marie CLOUTOUR, doctor of history & Thierry SAUZEAU, professor of history & Annie AUBIER, oyster farmer

    Thursday 7 July - "Women facing maritime ecological challenges
    With members of APOLIMER, observatory of the LIENSs research laboratory - La Rochelle University & Isabelle ARZUL, head of unit of the IFREMER research institute & Lamya ESSEMLALI, president of Sea Shepherd France (to be confirmed)
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
  • From July 5, 2022
    until July 7, 2022
  • Thursday
    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM