Query : émotions
- Boquet, Damien80
- Nagy, Piroska36
- Caparos, Camille9
- Acquier, Françoise7
- Poisson, Philippe6
- CELLE, Agnès5
- Novakova, Iva5
- Graf, Klaus4
- Mikolajczak, Moïra4
- Mouchtouris, Antigone4
- Doudin, P.-A.3
- Faure, Alain3
- Gautier, Laurent3
- Grosbois, Nathalie3
- Nader-Grosbois, Nathalie3
- Pons, F.3
- Robène, Luc3
- Serre, Solveig3
- Sorba, Julie3
- Wahnich, Sophie3
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences258
- Gender Studies181
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology162
- Political Science115
- Art and Art History98
- Musicology and Performing Arts91
- Methods and Statistics79
- Communication Sciences68
- Cultural Heritage and Museology61
- Classical Studies57
- Biological Anthropology49
- Architecture and Space Management45
- Archaeology and Prehistory25
- Economies and Finances22
- Environmental studies9
Social aid, representations of social justice and cohesion
The reference to pain, lack of counterpart to social aid and abuse of solidarity systems is repeated in the political, economic and social discourse of recent decades. We will draw on the 4th edition of the European Social Survey (2008) and the Perception des Inegalities et sentiments de justice (20...
Sensoriality and emotions, towards a co-construction of the meaning: qualitative approach to the visit experience at the Bordeaux Wine Cité
Free like the other?
this article looks at various conceptions and experiences of freedom that manifest themselves around the teaching of African dance in Europe, namely the Senegalese dance SABAR. While African dances are frequently promoted as a vector of self-‘liberation’, linked to exotifying stereotypes about Afric...
4 years of experience with the ANR
at the end of November 2009 will conclude the EMMA “Young Researchers/Young Researchers” programme (“For a historical anthropology of emotions in the Western Middle Ages”) funded by the National Research Agency. It is obviously not the end of EMMA, which continues to exist with the support of other...
Seminar on 4 November 2020, ‘The performance of bodies’, 9: 30-12 p.m., in distance (ZOOM)
The lockdown obliges us to organise the seminar on 4 November in distance. Here is the link ZOOM, which will allow you to join the seminar from 9: 30 on Wednesday: https://univ-amu-fr.zoom.us/j/95362044117?pwd=dDI2dDJkYlBXNmRVeVBUNnNWdittdz09 meeting ID: 953 6204 4117 take care of you, The Facts tea...
Antecedents and consequences of the motivational and emotional dynamics of young athletes in intensive training centres
Young elite athletes involved in intensive training centres are confronted with many constraints. Motivational and emotional experiences play a part in the adaptation to the environment and promote the performance and well-being of these athletes. The main objective of this thesis was to develop kno...
“Epistemological desire and scientific emotion”, M.-A. Paveau for the Thought of Speech, Communicating Vases of January 2012
The Infusoir takes part this month in the Communicating Vases on Marie-Anne Paveau’s proposal (The Thought of Speech), which I therefore have the great pleasure of receiving the time of a ticket, as part of this book exchange. On the other hand, my thoughts are now home to my thoughts. So we feel mo...
Friendship in the writing of private forum and correspondence, from the Middle Ages to 1914
source: Calenda Presentation Le colloque is concerned with the feeling of friendship, the resulting behaviour and the speeches that reflect it through correspondence and intimate writing, known as ‘private forum’ (family books, memories, memories, personal newspapers), from the end of the Middle Age...
Humiliation and shame caused by inhumane management practices : case study (Cali-Colombia)
Inhumane Administrative Practices (IAP) refer to certain systematic, calculated and planned violent exercises on the part of management, by which the termination of contracts with workers who are considered to be replaceable or are disruptive to the instrumental ends of an organization are possible....
Use your body to understand the environment Use your body to understand the environment: On the environmental knowledge of electro- and chemico-hypersensitive persons
National audience For this colloquium, we propose to study the trajectories after which some people diagnose themselves as hypersensitive to electromagnetic fields or chemicals. This process involves a radical transformation of their representations of the world, as well as a complete reorganisation...
Family therapy and emotional regulation disorders
My work with families with addictive transactions leads me to meet borderline people with severe emotional regulation disorders. In order to gain a better understanding of these phenomena, I propose in this article to explore the concept of emotional regulation from the work of Scherer (1984, 2005),...
« Quel concept pour les émotions aujourd’hui ? »
Specifics of chronic fatigue syndrome coping strategies identified in a French flash survey during the COVID‐19 containment
International audience The COVID‐19 pandemic has focused health systems on supporting patients affected by this virus. Meanwhile in the community, many other contained patients could only use self‐care strategies, especially in countries that have set up a long and strict containment such as France....
Music and Written Production 1: developing imagination through musical listening
This research is based on active musical listening practices, adult dictated writing production and the development of imagination at nursery school. The aim of this study is to assess the extent to which musical listening work can enrich invention stories and can stimulate the imagination of 1 stud...
Private and alternative modes of governance: emotions and technologies
Exhibition: The Corps and the De Donatello Ages in Michel-Ange. The Italian Renaissance sculptures, Paris, Museum of Louvre, from 22 October 2020 to 18 January 2021
With more than 150 works, this exhibition, organised together with the Castello Sforzesco Museum in Milan, unveiled the main lines of force that went through Italy in the second half of the Quattrocento and culminated in the early 16th century at a time when the Renaissance sculpture was reached. Th...
Rediscover Robert Mapplethorpe
This article is devoted to the archives of American artist Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), stored since 2011 at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Taking advantage of a busy news, this study looks back at the processing of an archive not only to reconsider his work, but also to better pla...
Forced migration of the branches of the Spanish Empire to Italy (1767-1801): creative integration and religious identity
The work of the enlightened hispano-American Jews, residing in Italy, reveals a wide and diverse cultural panorama, beyond the great signatures such as Viscardo or Clavigero. Since the 18th century italic peninsula, melancolic but also committed literature has become, in the long term, the extension...
Pleasure in the Middle Ages to honour the IMC in Leeds 2013
The IMC seeks to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of all aspects of medieval studies. Papers and sessions on any topic or theme in the European Middle Ages are welcome. Each Congress has one particular special thematic strand on an area of interdisciplinary study in a wider cont...
Call for contributions: Emotions, 31 October 2013
Colloque : Les émotions : un tournant en histoire et dans les sciences humaines ? Madrid, 10-13 décembre 2013 Un colloque organisé par : Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, École des hautes études hispaniques et ibériques (Casa de Velázquez, Madrid) et Doctorado interuniversitario de Historia Contempor...
Reality and ideal of marriage in medium-English literature
Actes Du Colloque ‘Idéal Et Réalité Du Mariage En Le Monde anglo-saxon, Passé Et Présent’, of 25 and 26 March 1994 at the University of Picardie, Amiens The article asked about the consequences of the new concept of marriage as a sacture from the thirteenth century. By studying a large number of med...
The magistère intellectuel islamophobe d’Oriana Fallaci
In the last five years of her life, the journalist and writer Oriana Fallaci (1929‑2006) published three strongly Islamophobic pamphlets, which were widely acclaimed in Italy. They sold millions of copies and played a major role in structuring a national debate on intercultural relations and the sup...
Decepción, surprise, colère et furia: exploration d’une méthode statistique en lexicologie
Build the state of dance through kinaesthetic empathy. The example of learning the Argentinian tango
The article discusses some difficulties frequently encountered when teaching body artistic practices. Dance is often wrongly associated with the idea of running or learning a choreography. For this, teaching dance in general is far from being a trivial task. We try to draw a difference between movem...
Presentation of a literary and musical workshop in teenagers’ unit
The adolescent, regardless of gender, age, social and cultural background, educational background or level, invests outside school time handwriting, graphics or music as a means of expression and communication. If he is unable to speak, he writes texts, diversifies his methods of literary constructi...