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my complete CV. - Jean
Jean-­‐Gabriel Leturcq Expert in cultural policies in Middle East and Africa Personal Data Date of Birth: 5 October 1979 in Agen (France) Nationality: French Fields of Expertise Project management (Museology) International cooperation Cultural heritage policies in Middle East and Africa History and historiography of Islamic art, Orientalism and Photography •
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Education 2004-­‐2014 – PHD IN HISTORY – EHESS, Paris – directed by prof. François Pouillon •
Thesis title: L’internationalisation du Patrimoine: culture, politique et conflits en Egypte et au Soudan, 1952-­‐2011. (Eng.: Globalisation of Cultural Heritage Policies: Culture, Politics and Conflicts in Egypt and Sudan, 1952-­‐2011) 2003-­‐2004 – DEA IN HISTORY – EHESS, Paris •
Dissertation title: Jeux de miroirs et Orientalisme dans les Arts de l’Islam, le musée national de l’art arabe du Caire (1869-­‐1914), directed by F. Pouillon •
2002 – MASTER IN MUSEOLOGY, UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL, MONTRÉAL •
2001-­‐2002 – DIPLÔME D'ETUDES SUPÉRIEURES (MUSÉOLOGY) – Ecole du Louvre, PARIS Dissertation : L’exposition des arts musulmans au pavillon de Marsan, Paris, 1903, directed by S. Makariou (Director of Musée Guimet, Paris). 1997-­‐2001 – DIPLÔME DE L’ECOLE DU LOUVRE (Art History / Islamic Art), PARIS •
Professional Experience • Since August 2014 – AGENCE FRANCE-­‐MUSEUMS (France)/LOUVRE ABU DHABI : Cabinet of the CEO, Pre-­‐opening and Opening initiatives Officer -
In charge of all the topics related to the Opening of the Louvre Abu Dhabi Liaising with all relevant directors (Head of Finance, Head of Legal, Head curatorial department): Support to the creation of the Museum Operating Body Creation of the Org Chart Coordination of the pre-­‐opening programme Coordination of the opening week • Since November 2011 – CENTRE FRANÇAIS DES ÉTUDES ÉTHIOPIENNES (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) / MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS-­‐CNRS (France): Programme Manager -
Deputy director Administrative and financial management Development of the institution: Fundraising, partnerships Implementation of cooperation programmes in the field of museums and cultural heritage: National Museum of Ethiopia, Gondar museum Team management 1 -
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Implementation of research programs: Organisation of international conferences and seminars (e.g. 18th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, 29 Oct-­‐3 Nov. 2012, Dire Dawa, 450 participants, 1st and 2nd International conference on Sudan-­‐s, June 2012 and 2013, Addis Ababa, 30 participants) Communication and representation of the institution: press, online publishing, diplomacy • May 2011 – November 2011 – Arab Image Foundation / Middle East Photographs Preservation Initiative (Beirut, Lebanon): Associate researcher/Regional coordinator in charge of Gulf Countries, Libya and Turkey -
Regional coordinator in charge of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Yemen, Libya and Turkey -
Identification of private and public photographic collections Technical and historical evaluation of the collections Networking institutions • August 2010 – February 2011 – CENTER FOR DIGITAL CONSERVATION OF NATIONAL ARCHIVES (Tripoli, Libya): Project Manager -
Creation of the Digital Center – infrastructures, equipment Physical and digital conservation of ancient photographs Management and training a team composed of Libyan and international consultants Creation of a database in three languages (Arabic, English, French) • 2008 -­‐ 2013 – ECOLE DES HAUTES ETUDES EN SCIENCES SOCIALES (EHESS, Paris), Centre d’Histoire Sociale de l’Islam Méditerranéen (CHSIM) : associate researcher in History and Cultural Anthropology of North Africa and Middle East • September 2008 – February 2010 – CAIRO UNIVERSITY (Egypt), Faculty of Political Science and Economics: Lecturer in History of International Relations and Middle Eastern History. • September 2005 – April 2010 – CENTRE D’ETUDES ET DE DOCUMENTATION ECONOMIQUES, JURIDIQUES ET SOCIALES (CEDEJ, MAEE-­‐CNRS USR 3123) –Cairo, Egypt: PhD Researcher • 2006 -­‐ 2007 – GRAND EGYPTIAN MUSEUM (Giza, Egypt): Adviser in Museographic Education for Pacific Consultant International, Japan • 2002-­‐2005 – ECOLE DU LOUVRE (Paris, France): Assistant in History of Islamic Art • 2002-­‐2003 – MUSÉE D’ARCHÉOLOGIE ET D’HISTOIRE POINTE À CALLIÈRE (Montréal, Canada): museographer in charge of the scenario of a multicultural exhibition Languages •
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French (mother tongue) English (excellent level) Arabic (very good level, current practice of colloquial Egyptian Arabic) Spanish, Italian, Portuguese (good level) Amharic (basic) Other skills •
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Database software: Armadillo (international standards) Online publisher software Lodel (training in Beirut, April 2010) Practice of Photography (analogic and digital) 2 Fieldwork experiences • 2011-­‐2014 : Ethiopia • 2011 : Arabic Peninsula / Gulf countries • 2010-­‐2011 : Libya • 2005 – 2010 : Egypt, Sudan 3 Appendix 1 : Publications • Editor of collective books: • Pratiques du Patrimoine en Egypte et au Soudan, Numéro spécial, Egypte/Monde Arabe, 5-­‐6, Cedej, Le Caire, décembre 2009 • Research Articles: • “The Museum of Arab Art in Cairo (1869–2014): A disoriented heritage?” in F. Pouillon (dir.), After Orientalism, Leyde, Brill, under press (2014) • “De quoi Ramsès II et Nasser sont-­‐ils les héros ? Usages et images du patrimoine en Egypte depuis 1952”, in F. Quentin, Le livre des Egyptes, Paris, Robert Laffont, coll. Bouquins, under press (jan. 2015) • “Un musée d’art arabe au Caire: du dépaysement au désenchantement réciproque ?” in F. Pouillon & J-­‐
Cl. Vatin (dir.), Après l’Orientalisme, l’Orient créé par l’Orient, Paris, Karthala, 2011, p.489-­‐505 • “L’invention d’un patrimoine au Caire : du musée national de l’art arabe au musée d’art islamique (1869-­‐
1952)” in Sylvie Denoix (dir.), Patrimoine en Partages, Le Caire, IFAO (to be published) • “Heritage-­‐making and the Policies of Identity in the "Post-­‐conflict" reconstruction of Sudan”, in Omnia Aboukorah et Jean-­‐Gabriel Leturcq (dir.), Egypte/Monde Arabe, Le Caire, Cedej, 2009, p. 295-­‐328 • “Social and Cultural Impact of Large Dams: the Case-­‐study of the Merowe Dam in Sudan” in Ana Cascão, Ibrahima Anne (dir.) Water in Africa, hydro-­‐optimism or hydro-­‐pessimism? Centre of African Studies, Porto (to be published) • Dictionnaire biographique des orientalistes de langue française, François Pouillon (ed.), Paris, e
IISMM/Karthala, 2 édition, 2012 Entries: Bahgat, Bing, Brocard, Davillier, Deck, Farès, Fouquet, Gallé, Gayet, Goury, Guimet, Hergé co., Herz, Kelekian, Raymond Koechlin, Lachenal, Migeon co., Parrot, Pézard, Simaïka, Tranchant de Lunel (co.) • “La question des restitutions d'œuvres d'art : différentiels maghrébins”, L'Année du Maghreb, Paris, CNRS éditions, 2008, p. 79-­‐98 (Dossier « La fabrique de la mémoire : variations maghrébines », Jean-­‐
Philippe Bras (dir.) • “Farouk Hosni candidat à l’UNESCO, Chronique d’une campagne controversée”, Chroniques de l’année 2007, Hélène Legeay & Hadjar Ouardji (ed.), Cairo, CEDEJ, 2008, p.115-­‐138 • “Et Zâhî créa l’Egypte, Quand Glamour et Patrimoine défraient la chronique” in L’Égypte dans l’année 2006, Enrique Klaus & Chaymaa Hasssabo (eds), 2007, p. 217-­‐237 • Press Articles: • Interview on the issues of restitution of cultural heritage: http://www.darkmatter101.org/site/2013/11/18/debate-­‐on-­‐restitution/, published on 18 November 2013 • “Inventer les arts de l’Islam: Une histoire française (1893-­‐2013)”, Qantara, Nov. 2011, pp. 39-­‐43 • Qantara (Arab World Institute Magazine), special issue on Contemporary presence of Roman Antiquities in the Arab World, spring 2011 • “Election à l’Unesco : le clash des cultures”, L’Hebdo (Lausanne), 9 September 2009, p. 32-­‐33 • “ Les musées du Caire : enjeux de mondialisation”, Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie, Bulletin st Moyen-­‐Orient, 47, 1 trimester 2008 • “À qui sont les pharaons ? ”, Qantara, janvier 2007. Reproduced (without authorisation) in La Nouvelle République, Alger, 18 September 2007 • Book Reviews: • “Benoît de l’Estoile, Le Goût des Autres, de l’Exposition coloniale aux Arts premiers”, CHSIM, EHESS : http://chsim.ehess.fr/document.php?id=128 • Y-­‐a-­‐t-­‐il une question de l’image en Islam ?, Silvia Naef, Teraedre, Paris, in Studia Islamica 2006. • “Les guerres du patrimoine”, CEDEJ, 2006 http://www.cedej.org.eg/article.php3?id_article=727 4 Appendix 2 : International Conferences (selection) • 10-­‐14 March 2014: Djibouti University, Master of Governance and Resilience, Faculty of Geography, subject: « Cultural Heritage and governance » (20 hours). • 2 November 2013, 1st international conference of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies: “How a Visitors’ Survey Helped Rethinking Human Evolution at the National Museum of Ethiopia” nd
• 13 June 2013, 2 International Conference on Sudan-­‐s, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: ”Cultural Heritage for Peace?” • 30 October 2012, ICES 18, Dire Dawa Ethiopia: “Can networking museum professionals enhance museum conservation?” • 15 June 2012, 1st International Conference on Sudan-­‐s, / AU-­‐EU commission, 21 June 2012, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: “A weapon of the poor: the use of cultural heritage in the post-­‐CPA reconstruction of Sudan (2005-­‐
2011)” • 29 March 2010, CEDEJ, Cairo; Egypt: “Palestine, Irak, Egypte : Comment le patrimoine devient-­‐il un objet de conflits ?” • 5-­‐6 June 2009, ECAS-­‐ AEGIS, Leipzig, Germany: “Sudan in Search of National Unity: Cultural Heritage Policies and the Peace process (2005-­‐2011)” and “Classical anthropology versus local history in Gambella (Ethiopia)” • 2-­‐3 October 2008, CEAUP, Porto, Portugal: Conference Water in Africa: Hydro-­‐optimism or Hydro-­‐
pessimism?: “Social and Cultural Impact of Large Dam: the Case-­‐study of the Merowe Dam in Sudan” • 5-­‐6-­‐7 June 2008, Cedej, Cairo, Egypt: Conference Les sciences sociales à l’épreuve du contemporain, en hommage à Alain Roussillon: “Patrimonialisation au Soudan : "niveaux de surface" et politiques identitaires” • 11-­‐14 July 2007, Leiden, Netherlands: AEGIS – African Alternatives: Initiative and Creativity beyond Current Constraints: “Heritage-­‐making in the reconstruction of post-­‐conflict Sudan” 5 

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