Query : élites
- Genieys, William10
- Frédérique Langue9
- Joly, Hervé8
- Lascoumes, Pierre7
- Rouban, Luc7
- Castelnuovo, Guido5
- Dumons, Bruno4
- Faure, Alain4
- GOUJON, Bertrand4
- Michelat, Guy4
- Aurell, Martin3
- Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves3
- Bertrand, Michel3
- Lienhard, Thomas3
- Vitale, Tommaso3
- Aigle, Denise2
- Alfonso Torres Carrillo2
- Anne-Catherine Wagner2
- Argyropoulos, Roxane D.2
- Political Science558
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences307
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology211
- Art and Art History124
- Classical Studies105
- Gender Studies101
- Archaeology and Prehistory77
- Cultural Heritage and Museology73
- Architecture and Space Management69
- Methods and Statistics60
- Musicology and Performing Arts35
- Communication Sciences34
- Biological Anthropology31
- Economies and Finances25
- Environmental studies18
Family territories in the City. Upper-class, kinship and urban space in Naples
Through the example of Naples, this thesis analyses the importance of kinship in the upper class residential location and mobility in a Mediterranean city. Though many studies have stressed the importance of a family residential proximity cultural model in Southern European countries, the forms of t...
Carriages, coffee-cups and dynamometers :representing French technical cultures in the London Mechanics’ Magazine,1823-1848
British discussions of French technical culture have often assumed, if not explicitly stated, contrasting ‘national styles’ : centralized, state-oriented, theoretically driven, and institutionally supported work in France ; dispersed, individualistic, empirically driven, school-shy practice in Brita...
12/12/2018 — published in The Conversation
The polls show that, after the surprise effect, the revolt of ‘gilets jaunes’ has been positively perceived in French society. This is mainly due to the fact that reports on round-point mobilisations and social media have been able to give an insight into the visibility of inequalities and perceived...
PIM Forvuln, The populist zonderling ephemeral
Unfinished version, mtoj # 0: 2017-06-30 here is a reproduction of our article in Les Cahiers du cepen, No 2, Feb. 2004, pp. 23-46 ((the acronym///indicates a change of page in the original text)). Summary — Plan — Introduction — 1-2 — 3-4 — 5-6 — Conclusion The chronic policy of Pim Forvuln The dan...
Call to ï. Transnational elites (XIII-XXth s), Tours, 1-2/07/2022 (deadline: 15 December. 2021)
call for communication: ‘transnational elites (eighteenth century)’ Colloquium is organised by Cognated Albanian (Tours — CeTHiS/IUF), Bertrand Goujon (Reims — CERHIC) and Eric Hassler (Strasbourg) on 30 June, 1 and 2 July 2022 in Tours. Deadline: 15 December 2021 arrangements: Proposals for communi...
The territory of Tonina, Chiapas
For the last 30 years, research carried out both in Tonina and in neighbouring localities changes our interpretations of the human occupation of the Ocosingo Valley. They authorise a review of the chronology with the possible identification of a transition phase of the Terminal Clásico, following th...
Epigraphical homages with diversity of interests among the local elites of Hispania
International audience This work addresses the differences in epigraphic tributes to members of the local elites in Hispania for those cases in which the inscriptions of various dedicants have been preserved. It is about determining the objectives that the dedicants were looking for in the choice of...
Can we talk about popular revolts in late antiquity?
the Welsh Bagaudes have been the subject of multiple contradictory and clear-cut interpretations since the 50s: peasant revolts according to Marxist analyses, introduced into the ‘democratisation of culture’ model by Santo Mazzarino, militias of autonomist landowners according to Anglo-Saxon histori...
From good to majordome. Control of bodies and gender relations in elite domesticity
, which is different from other contemporary forms of domesticity, elitarian domesticity, serving particularly wealthy families, is a privileged place to study the effects of gender diversity in the context of social confrontation in permanent domestic work. It requires employees to be acculturated...
"Y être, c’est (encore) en être" : déclassement social et aspirations nobiliaires parmi les familles maintenues en noblesse en France sous la Restauration
International audience During the French Restoration, 111 families which were on the edge of the “SecondState” at the end of the Ancien Regime succeeded in having their nobility officiallyconfirmed, whereas 34 lineages were anoblished after asking for letters of confirmationof nobility. However, som...
Pierre Macherey: The formation of elites in a democratic society: Bourdieu and major schools.
social science as designed by Bourdieu and practice focuses on the study of ‘fields’, meaning social spaces structured in a way that ‘agents’ have to occupy in finding care for them, which amounts to taking part in the distribution of the real or symbolic ‘capital’ available to each field. The condi...
Empire figures, fragments of memory
The Emperor’s figure and its methods of remembrance were particularly studied, the provinces of the Greek part of the empire and the diversity of political, social, economic and religious approaches to the control of a capital city-state of empire, and Roman law, from the stages of its codification...
21. Onomastic and society in the Roman world
In the Roman world, on the one hand, the structure of the nomenclature strictly reflects the status of individuals and, on the other hand, the names of the elites are conditioned by family affiliations and alliances; therefore, the examination of personal names makes it possible to study various asp...
Post-Racism, denial of racism and the bleaching crisis
While questioning the post-racial trend towards the deseculation of racism through the proliferation of minority experiences, the article proposes to analyse, from a critical theory perspective, how the ‘racial eliminativism’ underlying post-racial projects has crystallised into particular forms of...
Images in the city : Monumental decor and urban identity in France at the end of the Middle-Ages
Whether royal lily or Christian cross, the space of medieval towns is characterized by the marks placed on it by medieval institutions.At the end of the Middle-Ages, the new urban elites make the process of marking the city their own by imposing their own signs onthe public space. Thus, they assert...
Hierarchy, order and mobility in the medieval West (400-1100)
In 1998, under the title ‘La royité et les élites in Carolingian Europe’ (from the beginning of the th century to around 920), the activities of a colloquium organised the previous year by Régine Le Jan and the team of the Centre of History of the Upper Middle Ages of Charles de Gaulle-Lille Univers...
The Custodians of State Policies Dealing With the Financial Crisis: A Comparison Between France and the US
International audience Following the 2008 global economic crisis and rolling out of austerity measures, elites of the state seem to have become a “political species” of their own, now under threat of extinction. The study of the health and defense policy reforms in France and the US during the 1990s...
Power and democracy in a female religious congregation
Power and democracy in a female religious congregation. Guy Michelat, Julien Potel. In a female religious congregation where the principle of authority-obedience is fundamental, what is the share of ‘democracy’? Elections to the Chapter, a collegiate assembly representing all the sisters of the Prov...
The French myth of modernisation
In France, as in most European countries since the 1980s, has developed the idea that when faced with a two-digit unemployment rate, a result of the anomaly in which society is moving can come from massive flexibility in the workforce. The article explores how the key elements of a modern myth of mo...
Faith, reason, policy: Averroès, Maïmonide, Thomas of Aquin
Châtelaine notability and rural development: the Ducks and Princes of Arenberg in 19th century Europe
Contribution to the study of the elite's habitat in rural areas in medieval Morocco: some reflections based on the Qasba of Îgîlîz, cradle of the Almohad movement
International audience The objective of the paper is to provide some preliminary thoughts on the archaeological approach to the housing of rural elites in medieval Morocco. The excavations of Îgîlîz (province of Taroudant, Morocco) is currently providing crucial information about the cultural and ma...
“The elites of the colony and the Empire in Arles, at the beginning of the Principle: New Epigraphic Evidence”
The emblem and book between appropriation and representation
The author is interested in the progressive ‘heraldisation’ of the book: handwritten coat of arms and books remain key elements of culture and elite representation for a long time and are inevitable. Heraldic appearance in the book is very early (last third of the 12th century). It is quickly found...
The mirror of the elites. Lutheran political and moral representation in the Nordic countries