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A religious landscape between rites and depiction. Eleuthers in the Euripide Antiope
The concept of ‘religious landscape’ cannot be confused either with that of a cultuel landscape (the integration of cultuel practices and pathways into the building blocks of a landscape) or with that of cultural space (the structuring of a social space through the dissemination and prioritisation o...
Digital Segusio: from models generation to urban reconstruction
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Landscape morphological analysis between archaeology and town and country planning. Urban form and country form studies in Val-d'Oise (France)
This work explains how historical landscape study can be used for town and country planning.<br />The morphology studies land allotment, settlement and road networks dynamics. In the first part, we explore the morphological experience in archaeology, geography and town planning. It contains conceptu...
About the reception of a New town : Sabaudia from his fondation (1934) to his 80 years (2014)
The town of Sabaudia was built between 1933 and 1934 in the Pontine Marshes, Italy. It forms part of a sanitization and country-planning project led by the fascist regime. Its architecture is classified as «rationalist», «modern» by the quality of its plan, open towards the landscape and its archite...
Outdoor Theatrical Shows in the Remarkable Landscapes of the Chinese Mountains, Between Reinvention of a Tradition and Development of Tourism: the Example of the ‘Tianmen Fox Fairy Show’ at Zhangjiajie
Using a case study (Zhangjiajie), this article discusses the status accorded to outdoor theatrical shows in the remarkable mountainous landscapes of China. This type of performance has become very widespread in the country since 2004. In the form of a sound-and-light musical drama, it adopts a mythi...
Diane-Dufresne art centre, 11, allée de la Création, Repentigny, 2015
First building of an architectural complex designed to revitalise the Thifault park and transtrain it into a cultural corridor; Architects: Maxime-Alexis Frappier and Joan Renaud from ACDF Architecture; Structural engineering: Dubé Beaudry and associates; Electrical and mechanical engineering: WSP;...
IISMM’s call for signatures in response to the disappearance of the magazine QANTARA.
it is with dismay and incredulity that we, authors, subscribers, occasional or regular readers of the QANTARA magazine, learn about the cessation of this unique cultural magazine in the French media landscape, at a time when French society is more than ever in need of insights based on a solid base...
Landscape research in Slovenia
Slovenia lies at the junction of the Alps, the Pannonian plain, the Dinaric mountains, and the Mediterranean and underwent Germanic, Romanic, Hungarian, and Slavic cultural influences. For this reason, its landscapes are very diverse. We distinguish four basic landscape types (Alpine, Pannonian, Din...
Children as Protectors: The Conditions of Parenthood in a Political Prison in Iran
This article describes the condition of childhood and parenthood in Evin, one of the most notorious political prisons of the Islamic Republic of Iran. To contextualize, it offers a brief account of the events and forces that led to the severe political suppression of the 1980s. Shortly after the rev...
Promenade Along the Coast: Paul Nash and Dave McKean Revisit Dymchurch
This paper examines the specificity of the coastline as a natural, cultural and medial boundary and interface. It focuses on how the motif of the coastline is depicted and remediated in the works of English artists Paul Nash and Dave McKean: between 1919 and 1925, as he was coming to terms with the...
Digging for clues: Stick tools used for honey digging in a second community of ‘forest fragment chimpanzees’ outside the Budongo and Bugoma Forests, Uganda
Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) are one of the most frequent tool users among nonhuman primates. Documenting tool use in newly-studied chimpanzee populations, and identifying technological variation among regional groups (‘communities’), aids understanding of the behavioural and ‘cultural’ diversity o...
Small-scale agriculture and climate change adaptation strategies in North Benin
adaptation to hazards and risk management are taken into account everywhere in traditional farming systems. Indeed, global climate change is reflected locally in a number of developments that change production conditions. This study looks at the understanding of the strategies developed by producers...
Mr Darcy as symbolic capital in Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice and Helen Fielding`s "Bridget Jones" novels
This graduation paper examines Pierre Bourdieu`s concept of symbolic capital as applied to Jane Austen and her novel Pride and Prejudice, focusing on its appropriation and recreation in the "Bridget Jones" novels by the contemporary British novelist Helen Fielding. Before considering the character o...
MEDIA — KNOWLEDGE — EDUCATION: Free educational media and digital archives
Ever since digital technologies became widespread, the increasing capacities of storing, exchanging and sharing of information have given rise to optimistic scenarios of an egalitarian information society as well as to pessimistic views of a technocratic surveillance society. Educationalists have po...
The Valencia cultural heritage: case studies and prtoection
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The villa of Chelva: a palmpsesto of two cultures
[ES] The text presents a description of the urban and architectural conformation of the villa of Chelva, as well as its implementation and intact dialogue with the surrounding landscape. The extraordinary example of the overlap of Islamic urbanism with Christian architecture, its excellent degree of...
Sophie Blanchy, Women’s Houses, Men’s Cities
Sophie Blanchy, Women Houses, Mirls. Parentage, age and power in Ngazidja (Comoros). Nanterre, Société d’ethnologie, 2010, 320 p. Recently invited to comment on the decline in monography in the anthropological publications landscape, the Don Handelman anthropologist made a critical observation of th...
« Learning and Teaching Medicine in Late Imperial China »
International audience Describing the processes and pedagogical activities that took place within the framework of medical apprenticeship in late imperial China raises a number of issues that have already been addressed in this volume. Firstly, we know very little on the practical processes of teach...
Building landscapes and people: colonisation, space and identities in Cape Verde
This article deals with cultural classifications and perceptions about the landscape in Cape Verde in the process of colonisation. In this sense, I start the period of discovery of the archipelago to analyse the European vision of the natural landscape of the colonnia spring, its constructions and w...
IDEARQ: A Cultural Heritage SDI for archaeological research data in the Iberian Peninsula
Soter and Soteria since the 5th century at the Greek age thresholds: some of the considerations
Soter and Soteria, which comes from soter, do not always correspond to our ‘Salvator’ and ‘Salvation’. However, this yield allows us to capture a deep semantic value and detector that, over time, is inherent in the two words. It is therefore necessary to try to make a period of time: since soter and...
Social mapping as a methodological resource for heritage analysis. Mapping experiences in Miramar (Córdoba, Argentina)
Summary presented a reflection on social mapping as a theoretical and participatory methodological research proposal for the study, analysis and socialisation of archaeological heritage, drawing on an experience of fieldwork in the town of Miramar (Córdoba, Argentina). To this end, we apply differen...
The private security industry, a producer of urban space in Johannesburg
This milestone memory is part of a grassroots approach using qualitative tools to analyse security features. It is part of the Johannesburg agglomeration. The latter is both the economic pillar of the South African country and a laboratory in terms of socio-spatial polarisation based today on capita...
Governing the urban project through socio-cultural animation: prospects and limitations. An example of the agglomeration of Grenoble
The municipality and its territorial jurisdictions are ubiquitous in metropolitan construction today. In view of the ongoing processes observed through the French metropolitan urban projects and strategies (Popsu2 research programme), the importance given to the dynamics of mediation, participation,...
Une Géoclimatologie culturelle
The Golden Age is marked by a major pictorial production in Spain and in the United Provinces. In the United Provinces, the painters made landscape a genre in itself whereas in Spain they painted the landscape much less. As two geoclimatologists using methodologies in cultural geography, we focus o...