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Maybe this timeline would need some explanation......
 
Maybe this timeline would need some explanation......
  
The timeline in Brussels is an attempt to situate some of the events related to the life death and revival of Mondotheque in a broader context with regards both to local events and international situation.
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This timeline starts in Brussels and proportions itself variably, it is an attempt to situate some of the events related to the life death and revival of the  Mundaneum in a broader context with regards both to local events and international situation.
This timeline attempts to fix events from several geographic locations at different scales, and hopefuly provokes  cqrrelations in time and space, that could help us formulate questions about the ways all those local events take place and reformulate themself in a global context.
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It tries to fix events from several geographic locations and at different scales, and hopefully provokes  cqrrelations in time and space, that could help us formulate questions about the ways local events mirror and reformulate a global situation and while specific events structure a global context.
  
The large archive ofthe Mundaneum was though by Paul Otlet with support of Henry Lafontaine at a time when occidental colonialism was at its high and the first tensions where only starting to manifest themselves, while at the same time war was at the door of modern european societies. The general Mundaneum project was mainly motivated by a ambitious ideal of peace It is in between war that the communication systems associated to Mundaneum were conceived. Some of them were thoughtas prospective possibilities, such as Mondotheque, but others were already implemented and formed the basis of an international communication network, based on postal services and telegraph networks. Otlet and Lafontaine's Project took place in an era of international aggreements over communication networks, associative structures, that acted as networks of information-sharing organising modalities of exchange to the general benefit of civil society. It was also a time of the rise of international countries aggreements; some of these structures are still the basis of our actual globalised organisation, but they are all chalenged by private capitalist structures. How does this relates to the comparison between the Mundaneum and the actual knowledge economy.
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The large archive of the Mundaneum is though by Paul Otlet with support of Henry Lafontaine at a time when occidental colonialism is at its high and the first tensions are only starting to manifest themselves. At the same time war is at the door of modern European societies; the general Mundaneum project while  was mainly motivated by Paul Otlet's encompassing view of classification systems and norms, is rooted by Henri Lafontaine in an ambitious ideal of peace. Furthermore, it is in between war that the communication systems associated to Mundaneum were conceived; some of them were thought as prospective possibilities, such as Mondotheque, but others were already implemented and formed the basis of an international communication network, based on postal services and telegraph networks. Otlet and Lafontaine's Project took place in an era of international agreements over communication networks. It appears that associative structures, acted as networks of information-sharing organizing modalities of exchange to the general benefit of civil society. It was also the epoch when the rise of international countries agreements structured international life from diplomatie to normalisation  ; some of these structures are still the basis of our actual globalized organization, but they are all challenged by private capitalist structures. How does this relates to the comparison between the Mundaneum and the actual knowledge economy.
  
  

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Mapping the wanderings of the Mundaneum in Brussels from inception until its move to Mons

Maybe this timeline would need some explanation......

This timeline starts in Brussels and proportions itself variably, it is an attempt to situate some of the events related to the life death and revival of the Mundaneum in a broader context with regards both to local events and international situation. It tries to fix events from several geographic locations and at different scales, and hopefully provokes cqrrelations in time and space, that could help us formulate questions about the ways local events mirror and reformulate a global situation and while specific events structure a global context.

The large archive of the Mundaneum is though by Paul Otlet with support of Henry Lafontaine at a time when occidental colonialism is at its high and the first tensions are only starting to manifest themselves. At the same time war is at the door of modern European societies; the general Mundaneum project while was mainly motivated by Paul Otlet's encompassing view of classification systems and norms, is rooted by Henri Lafontaine in an ambitious ideal of peace. Furthermore, it is in between war that the communication systems associated to Mundaneum were conceived; some of them were thought as prospective possibilities, such as Mondotheque, but others were already implemented and formed the basis of an international communication network, based on postal services and telegraph networks. Otlet and Lafontaine's Project took place in an era of international agreements over communication networks. It appears that associative structures, acted as networks of information-sharing organizing modalities of exchange to the general benefit of civil society. It was also the epoch when the rise of international countries agreements structured international life from diplomatie to normalisation  ; some of these structures are still the basis of our actual globalized organization, but they are all challenged by private capitalist structures. How does this relates to the comparison between the Mundaneum and the actual knowledge economy.


House, City, World, Nation, Globe
DATE EVENT TYPE SCALE
1934 As the Mundaneum is closed by governmental decision, the archives are moved Rue Fetis 44, Brussels in the House of Paul Otlet MOVE HOUSE
1992 Creation of the Internet Society - American association with international vocation . NORMS WORLD
1960's "Les amis du palais mondial" organize different events to the memory of Paul Otlet EVENT HOUSE
1914 "The palais mondial" sets up at Jubelpark, 11 Parc du Cinquantenaire, Brussels. Installation will be a little delayed due to the upcoming WWI. MOVE CITY
1920 Foundation of the League of Nations at the Paris peace conference EVENT WORLD
1920 Opening of the "Palais Mondial" EVENT CITY
1924 "Foire du caoutchouc" at the Palais Mondial, some collections will be moved to leave space for the event. MOVE CITY
1941 Some files from the Mundaneum collections that concerned international associations, are transferred to Germany because they are assumed to have propaganda value. MOVE WORLD
1934 Publication of the book "Traité de documentation" PUBLICATION WORLD
1891 Henri Lafontaine publishes an essay "Pour une bibliographie de la paix" PUBLICATION NATION
1895 2-4 septembre First Conférence of Bibliographie that decides the creation of "l'Institut International de Bibliographie" (IIB) ASSOCIATIONS CITY
1893 Otlet and Lafontaine start together "l'Office International de Bibliologie Sociologique (OIBS)" ASSOCIATIONS CITY
1910 May Official Creation of IUA, "International union of associations" In 1914, it federates 230 organizations, a little more than half the existing ones. L'IUA promotes internationalist aspirations and desire for peace that will lead in 1920 to the creation of "Société des Nations". ASSOCIATIONS WORLD
1907 June Otlet and Lafontaine organize a Central Office for International Associations that will become the "International Union of Associations" (IUA) at the first Congres mondial des associations internationales in Brussels in May 1910 ASSOCIATIONS CITY
1903 Création of the international Women's suffrage alliance (IWSA) that will become the International Alliance of Women ASSOCIATION WORLD
1910 25-27 August Le "Congrès International de Bibliographie et de Documentation" deals both with issues of international cooperation between non governmental organizations and the structure of universal documentation. ASSOCIATIONS WORLD
1911 More than 600 people/institutions are listed as IIB members or reffwering to heir methods specifically UDC.. ASSOCIATIONS WORLD
1914 Germany declares war to France and invades Belgium EVENT WORLD
1919 june 28 Traité de Versailles EVENT WORLD
1924 Creation, within l'IIB, of the Central Classification Commission focusing on the development of Universal Decimal Classification ASSOCIATIONS NATION
1931 IIB becomes l'International Institut of documentation (IID) and in 1938 is named International Fédération of documentation (IDF) ASSOCIATIONS WORLD
1939 sept 1st Invasion of Poland by Germany beginning of WWII EVENT WORLD
1908 10-11 juillet "Congrès bibliographique international" (Bruxelles) EVENT CITY
1900 "Congrès bibliographique international" (Paris) EVENT WORLD
1913 Henri Lafontaine is awarded the Nobel Price for Peace EVENT WORLD
1916 Lafontaine publishes "The great solution: magnissima charta" while in exile in United States PUBLICATION WORLD
1882 Triple Alliance renewed in 1902 EVENT WORLD
1904 "Entente cordiale" between France and England over the colonies EVENT WORLD
1890's first colonial wars (fachoda, boers...) EVENT WORLD
1889 Henri Lafontaine creates la "Société Belge de l'arbitrage et de la paix" EVENT NATION
1944 Death of Paul Otlet. he is buried in Etterbeek cemetery EVENT CITY
1993 Elio Di Rupo organises the transportation of Otlet archives to 76 rue de Nimy, à Mons MOVE NATION
1890 Henri Lafontaine meets Paul Otlet PERSON CITY
1894 Henri Lafontaine is elected senator from Hainaut and later on senator from Liège-Brabant EVENT NATION
1907 Henri Lafontaine is elected president of "bureau international de la paix" that he previously contributed to organize PERSON NATION
1891 Entente franco-russe: preliminairy to the "triple entente" that will be signed in 1907 EVENT WORLD
1870 Franco-Prussian war EVENT WORLD
1905 First Morroccan Crisis EVENT WORLD
1874 Creation of General Postal Union, by ONU [1] aiming at federating international postal distribution NORMS WORLD
1875 General Conference on Weights and Measures NORMS WORLD
1865 International Union of telegraph-future International telecomunication union (UTI) NORMS WORLD
1947 INTERNATIONAL Telecomunication Union(UTI) is attached to UN NORMS GLOBE
1963 ASCII is developed NORMS GLOBE
1966 ARPANET project initiated ASSOCIATION NATION
1974 Telenet the first public version of the Internet is founded. NORMS WORLD
2012 Failure of WCIT to reach an international agreement on Internet regulation. NORMS GLOBE

Links: some timelines:

https://www.timetoast.com/timelines/la-premiere-guerre-mondiale
  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Postal_Union

What links here

PersonPaul Otlet +, Henri Lafontaine + and Elio Di Rupo +
PlaceRue Fetis 44, Brussels +, Parc du Cinquantenaire 11, Brussels +, Cimetière d'Ixelles + and 76 Rue de Nimy, Mons +
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