Vivien Barrière
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Vivien Barrière

MCF en Histoire-Archéologie / responsable du master Histoire, civilisations, patrimoine / responsable du chantier-école d'archéologie de Genainville / chargé de mission Communication de l'UMR 9022 Héritages / membre nommé de la 21e section du CNU

Responsable de formation

  • Adresse : CY Lettres et sciences humaines - Les Chênes II
Domaines d'expertise
  • Histoire et archéologie romaine
  • Romanisation de la Gaule, de l'Italie et des provinces occidentales : architecture, construction, urbanisme, fortification urbaine, lieux de culte
  • Sites d'Autun (71), d'Alésia (21), de Genainville (95)
  • Histoire de l'archéologie, antiquarisme, archives archéologiques (Renaissance - XXe s.)
  • Réception de l'antiquité, usages contemporains de l'antiquité

Discipline(s) enseignée(s)

Histoire romaine
Archéologie
Histoire de l'art antique
Archéologie de la construction
Architecture antique

Direction de mémoires de recherche de master
 

Activités / CV

Formation
Ancien élève de l'ENS de la rue d'Ulm. Agrégé de Lettres.
Docteur en Archéologie de l'université de Bourgogne (2012)

Expérience antérieure
Moniteur, ATER, chargé d'enseignement vacataire à l'université de Bourgogne, chargé d'enseignement vacataire à l'ENS de Paris
Enseignant de lettres classiques dans l'enseignement secondaire (collège / lycée)
Professeur agrégé mis à disposition du département d'Histoire de l'art - archéologie d'Aix-Marseille Université
Membre du jury de l'agrégation interne de géographie (commission d'histoire)
Commissaire scientifique de l'exposition Bâtir un Empire (avec Iconem, Musée de la Romanité - Nîmes)


Projets en cours
- PCR Architecture, urbanisme et territoire : le site des Vaux-de-la-Celle à Genainville (porteur)
- Antiquaires en Bourgogne (co-porteur avec A. Esposito et S. Montel, UBFC)
- Edition, traduction, commentaire du De Bibracte antiquis de Léauté (co-porteur avec F. Barrière, UGA)
- Sanctuaires d'Alésia (partenaire)
- PCR Juliobona (partenaire)
- Carnet de fouilles. La documentation de fouilles archéologiques (1898-1986) (partenaire)


Publications : HAL


Associate Professor of Ancient History and Archaeology
ORCID : https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5233-5951
website : https://hal.archhives-ouvertes.fr/search/indec/q/*/authIdHal_s/viven-barriere

Dr Vivien Barrière is a Classical Archaeologist whose research is focused on the process of Romanization, particularly on urbanism and construction work in the Western Roman provinces. After studying Classics, Ancient History, Protohistory and Classical Archaeology at the Ecole normale supérieure and Pantheon-Sorbonne University, he earned in 2012 a Ph.D at the University of Burgundy in the field of Roman Archaeology. After a year as a Secondary school teacher of Classics, he joined Aix-Marseille University as Teaching fellow in the Department of Art History and Archaeology. Dr. Vivien Barrière was closely involved in the excavations of the Apollo Moritasgus sanctuary in Alesia, France (2008-2018).

Since 2014, he is an Associate Professor of Ancient History ans Archaeology at CY Cergy Paris University (HERITAGES Center for Research in Culture, Heritage and Creation). In the same year, he became Director of the Archaeological Fieldwork and project manager of the archaeological site of Genainville.

Research topics

  • Roman construction work ; Archaeology of architecture ; Economics of Roman building ; Stratigraphic reading of elevations ; Building materials ;
  • Urbanism ; Roman city gates ; Roman fortification ; Roman sanctuaries ;
  • Antiquarism ; Classical reception ; Long term History ; Documentary sources ; Archives of Archaeologists ;
  • Roman Gaul ; Roman Italy ; Western Roman provinces ; Autun / Augustodunum ; Alesia ; Genainville ; Roman Republic and Empire


Education

  • Ph.D. in Roman Archaeology, University of Burgundy, 2012. Summa cum laude. Dissertation title: “City gates of Augustodunum and their architectural models (Gaul, Italy, Western Provinces of the Roman Empire)”. Dissertation advisor: Olivier de Cazanove, Full Professor at Pantheon-Sorbonne University.
  • M.A., Archaeology, University of Burgundy, 2008. Thesis title: “Architectural study of the Roman city gate of Arroux in Augustodunum (Autun, Burgundy)”. Thesis advisor: Olivier de Cazanove, Full Professor at University of Burgundy.
  • M.A., Archaeology, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, 2005. Thesis title: “Roman city walls in Italy at the end of the Republic: first approach of construction techniques”. Thesis advisor: Françoise Dumasy, Full Professor at Pantheon-Sorbonne University.
  • B.A., Art history and Archaeology, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, 2004.
  • Alumnus of Ecole normale supérieure (Paris), 2003-2008. Agrégation of Classics.
  • B.A., Classics, University of Toulouse-Le Mirail, 2003.

Experience

  • Aix-Marseille University, Teaching fellow, 2013-2014. Courses: Classical Archaeology, Ancient art (Greece – Rome)
  • Ecole normale supérieure (Paris), Teaching fellow, 2012-2013. Course: Archaeology of Roman construction
  • University of Burgundy, Research and teaching fellow, 2008-2013. Courses: Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Archaeology of Roman construction
  • Secondary school teacher of French literature and Classics, 2012-2013.


Fellowships

  • 2011 : Ecole française de Rome. Research fellowship (one month).
  • 2010 : Ecole française de Rome. Research fellowship (one month).
  • 2009 : Ecole française de Rome. Research fellowship (one month).
  • 2005 : Scuola normale superiore di Pisa. Short-term exchange program (three months).

Research projects

  • 2008-2018: “Sanctuaries of Alesia” project with Pantheon-Sorbonne University. Field supervisor and collaborator.
  • 2014-pres: “Ancient site of Genainville” project. Director of the Archaeological Fieldwork and project manager.
  • 2016-pres: “Ancient and medieval complex of St. Andoche (Autun)” project with Sorbonne University. Collaborator.
  • 2017-pres: Edition, translation and commentary of Léauté, De antiquis Bibracte monimentis with the university of Grenoble Alps. Co-director.
  • 2018-pres: “Antiquarians in Burgundy” project with the university of Burgundy - Franche-Comté. Co-investigator.
  • 2020-pres: “Excavation notebooks. The unseen side of the archeological documentation” CARDO project with the Cluster The Pasts in the Present. Collaborator.

Teaching and supervision

  • Principles and Methods of Archaeology
  • Roman History (Founding of Rome, Regal period, Republic, Empire, Late antiquity)
  • Archaeology of Roman construction, Roman Architecture
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (History and Geography)
  • MA supervision (Protohistoric and Roman period ; Western Roman provinces ; Archaeology ; Classical reception)
  • Director of the Archaeological Field School in Genainville

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