musée Dauphinois - Grenoble

WHAT ARE MYTHS AND LEGENDS TELLING US TODAY ?

Round table organised by the CIMN together with les Arts du Récits festival
Do myths and legends still own a place, a purpose in our societies nurtured with science and technology, productivity and profit ? Are they used today only to reenchant a disillusioned world or else do they still have a founding and socialising value whose universality crosses the boundaries of time and culture to tell us about our human condition ?
Lecturers (subject to conditions)
Jean Loic Le quellec , antropologist, specialised in myths, Henri Touati, former director of the festival des Arts du Récit, Jean François Vrod, musician, Alice Josten, author, specialised in local legends, Jean Guibal, former director of « la culture Isère », Jihad Darwiche, story-teller, musician, Abdel Sefsaf, actor, musician, stage director, Natacha Rimasson-Fertin, senior lecturer at Stendhal-Grenoble-III university.