Query : Anthropologie des images
- Baschet, Jérôme4
- Severi, Carlo4
- Arthur Erickson Architects,3
- Battesti, Vincent3
- Golsenne, Thomas3
- Schmitt, Jean-Claude3
- Arrif, Abdelmajid2
- Bonhomme, Julien2
- Bonne, Jean-Claude2
- Bouldoires, Alain2
- Chevé, Dominique2
- Devineau, Jean-Louis2
- Didi-Huberman, Georges2
- Dittmar, Pierre-Olivier2
- Eczet, Jean-Baptiste2
- Erickson, Arthur, 1924-; Bain, Ron; Milkovich, Nick; Kee, Alex; Oberlander, Cornelia Hahn, 1924-2
- Fernandes, Paul2
- Hosoi, Noémie2
- Laliberté, Annie2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology152
- Art and Art History54
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences49
- Gender Studies39
- Classical Studies37
- Cultural Heritage and Museology35
- Communication Sciences25
- Biological Anthropology23
- Archaeology and Prehistory23
- Musicology and Performing Arts18
- Architecture and Space Management11
- Methods and Statistics10
- Political Science5
- Environmental studies3
The Utopian Body in Film. Transparency, Reversibility, Hybridity
The utopian body in film, under discussion in this thesis, does not refer to an object of thought borrowed from Michel Foucault and applied to some dematerialised or extraordinary bodies on the screen, but to a heuristic tool for considering the historical and aesthetic modalities through which the...
The past and future challenges of imaginary
The concept of imaginary has been able to access a critical understanding when it has been possible to isolate discrete elements (called mythemes) in mythology by enabling analysis. Mythums form the basis of myths, matrices of human imagination. However, these myths do not have a status comparable t...
Like God... man and woman. Patristic look at gender differences
Christian Boltanski. Petite mémoire de l’oubli
From everyday objects collection, exhibited in showcases, to monumental setups, Christian Boltanski is obsessed with saving humanity from oblivion. Collection and archiving are this artist's main obsessions, as if collecting objects and photographies could ward off the inoxerable loss one experiment...
The poor object in contemporary theatre
In order to understand the qualities and virtues of the “poor” object in contemporary theatre, it is necessary to return to Thadeusz Kantor and the use that he advocated of an object that was ousted from real, even a condition for the actor to be on the scene. The mental power of objects that fail o...
The flower, a sign of pardon in attic ceramics
In attic ceramic imaging, there are often figures, fatal or divines, male or female that hold, breathe or offer flowers. The latter are not merely meaningless ornaments. They are signs of a semantic burden which, far from being immutable, changes according to the narrative context of the image. Thus...
Between history and truth: Paul Ricister and Michel Foucault: genealogy of the subject, hermeneutical and anthropology
Table of Honour of the Faculty of Higher and Post-doral Studies, 2014-2015 This thesis seeks, through the concepts of history and truth, to place two of the leading French philosophers contemporary in a position of dialogue: Paul Ricister and Michel Foucault. The assumption made is that the history...
The different dimensions of life
taking as its starting point H.W. Wolff’s thoughts (Anthropology of the Former Testament, 1974), the article questions the legitimacy of an approach which limits to four the basic terms defining the vision of vetrotestamentary man: life, flesh, spirit, heart. The meaning of these terms is first re-e...
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
‘The open body’ means: An anthropological and anatomical view from the iconographic representations
A from the manufacture of Vésale in 1542 gradually developed a new representation of the human body, which the anatomical images translate and which they help to forge by combining the gestures of artists and anatomists. An anthropological study of some of these images will highlight two “anthropolo...
Artisanal technical and aesthetic virtuosity in xviia and centuries architecture
With the cross-reading of texts produced by architecture theorists and French trade leaders, the article looks at how technical virtuosity was seen in architecture in the xviia and centuries. Theorists’ speeches show that while some forms of technical virtuosity were a sign of artists’ ingenuity, ot...
Extreme patterns of harm. For an anthropological reading of the iconographic representations of the pestiferous epidemic body: study of a few images
Colloque The extreme body in Western societies. Marseille — 17-19 January 2002
Identity, theatricality and socio-anthropological status of the narrative fiction. The case of Kossi Efoui and Paul Auster.
This work concerns the conditions of elaboration of an anthropological knowledge from the discursive forms of the contemporary novel and the representation of the character which this one sets up. It raises a status of this knowledge by putting these forms in connection with the socio-anthropologica...
Images and fantasms in the Arabic novel
The aim of this study is to revisit the historical and ideological genesis of the ‘confrontation’ between the West and the East, which — despite its secularity- has crystallised since the shipment of Napoleon (1798-1801) by embracing the theme of authenticity, ‘the Moi’ and modernity. “the other”. I...
A field clinic on immigration
Anne Yvonne Guillou spoke with Monique Selim about the conditions for producing anthropological knowledge, about a survey she conducted as an advisory anthropologist on a Muslim population in a French region. The ground has proved to be very difficult to carry out. It reviews all the factors that we...
‘Localised’ knowledge of EPS teachers: the case of active gymnastic supervision activity
This study looks at the knowledge mobilised in the classroom by experienced physical and sports teachers in a particular context of intervention, described in scientific literature as ‘active supervision’. The results reveal regularities in terms of the spatial, gesture and language organisation of...
A theology of the marriage image
This article looks at the scope of the event reported by a chronist called Antonio Ortiz through two short stories (relaciones) printed in 1600 in Madrid: in the presence of Queen Marguerite in Habsburg, a polychromed wooden statue of the Vierge, ‘outrageous’ by the iconoclaste attack of the English...
Transmission in three stages of three movements
The studies devoted to transmission concern a variety of areas: education, history, psychology and psychanalysis, sociology and anthropology, communication. While during the 70s transmission represented the image of conservatism, this topic is again topical: questioning the various forms of remembra...
The fight against ambrown: Biosecurity management of an invasive species
This article focuses on biosecurity management of invasive species, through the fight against ambrosia (Ambrosia artemisiifolia), a plant invasive with allergen pollen. The ethnographic survey was conducted in the Rhône-Alpes region among communities, farmers and inhabitants. I analyse the social or...
‘Figure of space and cultural affiliation in a television fiction: the case of an American series’
Version underword before editor’s corrections, saved in pdf. Facts, information exchanges are subject to the constraint that leads them to extract them from their cultural frameworks in order to give them a form that is intended to be universal. However, it is clearly impossible to neutralise the vi...
Anthropology of the image and the Oniric universe
While the image as an icon has now invaded our contemporary world, advertising, media, political or even artistic support, this cultural phenomenon has neglected a different category of images from those conveyed by the media, the plastic arts, theatre or myths, namely those which directly or symbol...
Roman architecture, an evolution of a field of study since the 1950s
This trial distinguishes three phases in Roman architecture research from recent decades. If architecture was primarily addressed in the post-war period as an art whose nature was to be analysed, in the 1970s there was a fundamental change in the interpretation of monuments. Architecture is now seen...
Mistaken memories. The ancient paradigm
Apports and hybridisations fuelled all civilisations. But now, when asked by false desires and chemists, how can we think of this issue without imposture, alienation? Some of the ways we are presented as “intercultural misweaving” would act rather. Dogmatic closing of identity, too. Between these tw...
Topography of gender between psychoanalysis and anthropology. Politics and practices for a “feminine psychotherapy : what kind of “translation” is possible on the other side of the Mediterranean Sea ?
Our thesis aims analyzing the question of the "translation" of the psychoanalysis in an Other Culture, specifically in the Arab-Muslim world, utilizing the psychoanalysis and the anthropology like Complementary Frames of Reference.Having put the theoretical and methodological basis for a “metis” psy...
Mineral space and subsistence space in the middle Paléthic in the south of the French Central Massif: the sites of Sainte-Anne I (Haute-Loire) and Payre (Ardèche).
the human occupancy levels of the Sainte-AnneI cave, located in the average mountain range, are dated from stadesisotopes 7 and 6. Those of the Payre site, a cave and then subroche shelter on the edge of the Rhône valley, are dated as isotopic detades 7 to 5. The study of the raw materials of Sainte...