Query : écriture
- Poisson, Philippe27
- Oriflamms, Consortium16
- Godard, Anne12
- Martin, Serge12
- Orazio Maria Valastro11
- Doquet, Claire10
- Daunay, Bertrand9
- Debiais, Vincent9
- Crinon, Jacques8
- Simon-Oikawa, Marianne8
- Ingrand-Varenne, Estelle7
- Jacquot, Olivier7
- Klock-Fontanille, Isabelle7
- Brissaud, Catherine6
- Brunel, Magali6
- David, Jacques6
- Garcia-Debanc, Claudine6
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion6
- Abbrugiati, Perle4
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences712
- Gender Studies450
- Art and Art History434
- Musicology and Performing Arts423
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology337
- Classical Studies271
- Communication Sciences237
- Cultural Heritage and Museology237
- Political Science117
- Methods and Statistics111
- Archaeology and Prehistory78
- Architecture and Space Management68
- Biological Anthropology46
- Economies and Finances17
- Environmental studies12
Adaptation and redevelopment of sources in the Anonyme Troyana of 1490
The article goes back to the writing and reception conditions of the Anonymous Creyana of 1 490. The chronker does not just comment on or translate his sources, the sumas of Leomarte historia troyana and the Historia destructionis troiae of Guido delle Colonne. On the contrary, it enriches them with...
An essential piece of work for linguists
No 222 of 1 December 1975 Henri meschonnicLe Signe and the Poème ‘Le Chemin’, Gallimard ed., 547 p. Since a number of years, it was a polemic voice which, in principle, was a practice of writing, a prophetic voice that determined itself as a systematic voice of the future, a polemic voice that assau...
Martine Sagaert, Peter Schnyder, André Gide. Live Editure, 2008
First link of a promising collection, entitled “Genetic Horizons”, at the University Presses of Bordeaux, the André Gide volume. The bright label is both appealing and convincing. The two specialists of André Gide, Martine Sagaert (editor of Volume II of the Journal, 1926-1950 in the ‘Library of Plé...
Arnaud Buchs, Diderot et la peinture
Ce livre a le mérite de la brièveté et de l’essentialité. À propos du sujet qu’il aborde, l’auteur argumente que la peinture joue un rôle central dans l’écriture de Diderot et dans son esthétique philosophique, le rôle d’un catalyseur. Voici les trois moments de cette analyse : « Le miroir de la pei...
Voicing my desire to her. Poetic and coming-out literary in the new ‘On Monday of Last Week’ and ‘Grace’
The article analyses the writing of desires in two news from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Chinelo Okparanta, and the relationship between transgression and subversive writing. Women’s desires are articulated around three ideas: the desired body and its construction, the role of religion and its impa...
Publication: The philosophical Cahiers of Strasbourg No 45/2019: Platon, logos and cosmos
Les Cahiers philosophiques de Strasbourg n° 45/2019: Platon, logos and cosmos Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg — May 2019 irreducable with one dimension, Platon Dialogues involve both literary writing and objective philosophical thinking. This volume explores the platonician logos, on the one ha...
La satire des sciences dans Observations upon Experimental Philosophy et The Blazing World (1666) de Margaret Cavendish
Ignoring the satire of learned women, a topos of classical drama at the end of the 17th century, Magaret Cavendish published several treatises of natural philosophy between 1653 and 1668. This article aims at reversing the topos to show how a woman could use the linguistic strategies of satire. Focu...
Symposium ‘Esclaving, Abolition and Repairs in the United States: cross-sight of the slavery past and the future of repairs’
Saturday 19 May 2012 was organised at the School of Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) by the Centre d’Études North American (CENA) and the International Centre for Slavery Research (CIRESC), the symposium: ‘Slavery, abolition and reparations in the United States: cross-looking on the slaver...
Regressive memory, hysteric memory, obsessive memory
Three types of novel memories are distinguished here: deep childhood memory, hysteric memory and obsessional memory. Each illustrates a particular relationship to be forgotten and to the Roman: how can I keep in his written memory what has been read in childhood? How can I exercise control over this...
Ivres de livres : ivresse sensuelle et vertige de la possession chez les bibliophiles du XIXe siècle
International audience This paper aims at examining the ambivalent concept of « ivresse livresque » as linked to the collecting habits of French bibliophiles in the 19th century. If, on the one hand, the sensual pleasure provided by the book as an object is likely to lock the book-lover into a steri...
An example of the use of data generated through handwritten recognition: the recognition of designated entities
from the creation of data to their exploitation Graduate to the eScriptorium body set up on the Traces6 server and the creation of handwritten recognition models (REM), it is now possible to automate the automatic transcription of LECTAUREP project documents on a large scale. Data produced from eScr...
Arenas: realism “hallucinant” versus magic and socialist realism, Celestino, The Hallucinant World, The Colour of Summer...
literary character per se, a non-standard writer, capable of the darkest and most sorry humour, the most fierce satire as well as the most tearing lyrism, polymorph talent, author for whom writing is a sacerdoce and a curse, Arenas is all and more. The contributions gathered in this book study a num...
Bodies in Agony: Classical Sculpture and Violence in Herman Melville's works
Instead of pointing to an ideal of harmony and perpetuating a long-lasting tradition initiated by Johann Joachim Winckelmann, allusions to Greco-Roman sculpture in Melville’s works are intertwined with destructive forms of violence. By releasing the darker energies which animate the figure of Apollo...
The revision of an orientalist to a reoriented image : Arab women in The Algerian Quartet by Assia Djebar
This thesis focuses on the work of Assis Djebar, one of the greatest representatives of Francophone Maghreb literature. It draws on numerous works on this literature already published by modifying their approach and adding a personal perspective to show how this postcolonial writer renews the repres...
The ‘invention documents’ of Bertrand Belin
For Bertrand Belin, notebooks are treated as reservoirs from which to draw content for future songs, but as will be understood, the process of writing them is relatively independent of the time of the composition of the texts. He told us at a meeting: “The words of these notes are like horses who ap...
The Worldly Savages ˸ Novels of Urban Formation in the Twentieth Century (Proust, Lins, Naipaul, Oates, Bolaño)
Written with the vague memory of the novels of formation of the beginning of the industrial era, the novels of Marcel Proust, Osman Lins, Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, Joyce Carol Oates and Roberto Bolaño return with melancholy to a question that has marked modernity: how do we record the story of...
Fragments of the future : the book to come and its announcement on the edges of the modern regime of historicity (16th/20th centuries) : a social poetics of the project
This dissertation aims at examining the issue of the imagined book while avoiding its characterization in terms of failure, incompleteness, loss and spectre, which are prevalent in contemporary literary studies. As it approaches the diverse phenomenon of the imagined book on the basis of its deliber...
Colloquium — 13/11/2015 — Take the feather of the Enlightenment to the romantims
Send the plume of the Enlightenment to the romantims Date: 13 November 2015 venue: Mediterranean Centre Moderne and Contemporaine University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis 98, Bd. Edouard-Herriot, B.P. 3209, F — 06204 Nice cedex 3 Argumentary. This day of study proposes to question the practices of those...
From text to Representation: receptions of La Femme rompue
The collection of new La Femme rompue was published just before the May 68 events in January of that year. The eponymous story appeared in the ELLE magazine in the previous autumn, illustrated by Simone de Beausee’s cadette sister, Hélène de Beausee. Despite poor critical reception, success is happe...
Statuts des genres en didactique du français
Ancrée initialement dans le domaine des études littéraires et linguistiques, la notion de genre a fait, depuis les années 1980, l’objet de nombreuses recherches en didactique du français. Dans ce domaine, les genres ont d’abord fait l’objet de classements conçus essentiellement comme des outils de g...
Portrait of the artist as an idiot : idiocy in the works of Jerome Charyn
The figure of the idiot provides a key to Charyn’s imaginary landscape. The recurrence of the motif does not mean, however, that it is immediately intelligible. Charyn’s idiocy is, indeed, multifaceted and originates in an essentially personal vision. Despite undeniable intertextual references – Cha...
Mystical-realism in the French-speaking African literature
What are the arguments that make it possible to say that we can speak of mystical realism as a narrative mode (the itinerary or the initiatory journey and its components: the symbolic quest, the trials or their equivalents and the metamorphosis, the so-called symbolic death, the adjutant or inhibiti...
Le déjà-là et le presque-là
This study aims at showing the effect of various categories of textual resources on the skills of students’ narrative writings at the end of primary school. According to psychological models of writing and to the notion of dialogism, we hypothesize that borrowing from texts which are read by student...
Marguerite Duras and the electroiography: the truth pact in question
The publication of novel manuscripts by Marguerite Duras in 2006, Les Cahiers de la War and other texts, at the same time as highlighting the process of literary creation on the part of that author, one day to shed light on the generic affiliation of the text published in 1984, which will award him...
Clio into question : metahistorical drama in Spain (1980-2010)
In the context of postmodernism, history writing has become a crucial issue. Called “epistemological turn” by historians and “metahistorical fiction” by writers, such a tendency is the proof of a “metahistorical awareness” which arises nowadays in Western societies as a whole, inviting to consider h...