Query : Anthropology of images
- Antonio Maria Garcia Tommaselli9
- A. Kääb8
- Moira Cristiá8
- Aleksandar Palavestra6
- B. Glaser5
- Jorge López Blanco5
- Y. Li5
- A. A. S. Barfod4
- J. Liu4
- Jorge Antonio Silva Centeno4
- José Luis Palacio-Prieto4
- L. She4
- M. Antonelli4
- S. Uhlenbrook4
- S. Zhang4
- Severi, Carlo4
- W. Liu4
- A. Abellán3
- A. Bevilacqua3
- A. Suppasri3
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology830
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences392
- Art and Art History360
- Cultural Heritage and Museology291
- Gender Studies237
- Biological Anthropology235
- Methods and Statistics228
- Architecture and Space Management212
- Archaeology and Prehistory149
- Musicology and Performing Arts105
- Classical Studies98
- Political Science78
- Environmental studies74
- Communication Sciences43
- Economies and Finances18
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...
8. On physics and physiology
In Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy, written in the 1940s but about the distant future, he describes a device that plays a recording of a 3D moving image with sound. The display device is a glass cube, in which the viewer sees a human figure talking—something like a talking head on television, but...
Java’s Mythes today the imagination of the incest
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Genesis of a Global Surf System. A Comparative Study of Hawai‘i and California: Traditions, Cities, Tourism, and Subcultures (1778-2016)
Dealing with the colonial history of Hawai‘i and California from 1778, this dissertation focuses on the transformation of the Hawaiian custom he‘e nalu into a global surf system. This analysis asks if there a break or a continuity of Hawaiian surfing in the 19th century, and what are the terms and c...
Paleopathological damage in the medieval leprey of Saint-Thomas d’Aizier (Eure): latest data
Lèpre is a particular disease in the Middle Ages, the representations of which vary between curse and benection, sacer and Sanctus, avers and setbacks in the same room that Durkheim referred to as ‘sacred’. Religious constructions, these ambivalent images have an impact on behaviour towards the inju...
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...
The politics of ethnicity in India, Nepal and China
International audience The indigenous population, with their rich culture and heritage, represent an important component of Indian and Himalayan civilizations. Politics of Ethnicity in India, Neapal and China reviews the social, cultural and political processes that have shaped these indigenous soci...
The man like Christ? The christological founaments of the anthropology of Gregoire de Nazianze
The man’s place in the writing of Gregoire de Nazianze is very significant. His anthropology is best expressed by the use of the exegesis already used by the fathers who preceded it, namely that the man is created like God. The “image” is a real potential, which should lead man not only to strive fo...
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...
For a rite theory. Michel Cartry and the question of the space-body
In 1973, when 0he presented himself at the 0Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études, Michel Cartry had indicated that his d0 teaching project would cover l0 analysis of think systems in Black Africa, and that 0he would carry out this analysis by following two research directions, one on l0ideal of the unif...
The traps of the collection
Image of opening. ‘Legs’ factsheet. Dakar-Djibouti Mission, Bafoulabé 6 July 1931. Dakar-Djibouti Fund, © Eric-de-Dampierre Library. From the end of the 1920s, the discipline and professionalisation of French ethnology led to the introduction of methods of collecting and describing technical objects...
Jean-Pierre Vernant and the image
In order to better understand the relationship between Jean-Pierre Vernant and the image, Perspective asked François Lissarrague, a traditional Greek iconography specialist, and Claude Frontisi, a historian of painting in the 20th century, to discuss with him his approach to image in the context of...
Relational history of the gender among local artisans and merchants in the village (19th-20th centuries)
Our thesis focuses on crafts and rural trade between 1890 and 1960, a period corresponding to the peak and decline of these lines of businesses. As such, the working life of several families of small entrepreneurs has been studied: the framework of the small family business managed by a couple suppo...
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...
The animated image for the co-production of knowledge on daily work in schools
Based on fieldwork in nursery schools in Lyon (France), this article presents a combined use of the animated image and the interview, and shows how this collaborative methodology makes it possible to identify unique ways of doing something and forms of activity in everyday work.
“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...
Stakeholders and stakeholders involved in the engagement of CAC companies
The company commonly speaks about the engagement in its corporate communication to both external and internal audiences. Apart from the fact that it may require the commitment of its employees, the registers of humanitarian, sustainable development, social and environmental responsibility, ethics, e...
Japan at museum. The National Museum od Ethnology and the National Museum of History and Folklore : stakes and comparative history
In 1974 and 1981, two national museums of a new kind were established in Japan : successively, the National Museum of Ethnology in the Kansai region, and the National Museum of History and Folklore in the Kantô region. The first exhibits foreign cultures, as well as cultures of the Japanese archipel...
‘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...
Stolen babies case in Spain: a current approach from Penal Right
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David as a Revolutionary Painter : through the German Eye
International audience The German view of Jacques-Louis David's art is perceptibly different from the French perception : if the « revolutionary » aspectinterests also in France, it is perceived in Germany as a typical emanation of French Enlightment Philosophy and a characteristicaspect of national...
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...
Klinai or triclinium? On the continued use of Greek banquet furniture at Roman time
It has become common practice to consider that triclinium with three beds ‘with romaine’, recognisable in the T U design of the mosaics of dining rooms, had definitively replaced the previous Greek uses in the East in the second century. But the crossing of literary sources, banquet images discove...