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Maria Antonia: The representation of black, black, his world and religion
There are no truths, only interpretations. Nietzsche From the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, a dialectically articulated national identity between hegemonic discourse and the cultural discourse of the Revolution began to be built. The new revolutionary national identity was shaped while addressing...
Announcement: Support of Kyung-mi KIM’s thesis, Friday 22 June
Bonday, I am pleased to invite you to support my doctoral thesis in ethnology and social anthropology: The construction of the identity category “woman married to a foreigner” in South Korean society: from its emergence to the birth of the World-KIMWA Federation (1945-2006) Support will take place o...
Discourse of Slavery: Freedom and the Negotiation of Power and Identity in Context
The construction of narratives takes place within specific contexts, including temporal, cultural, geographical, historical, ideological, and physical. The contextual creation of slave narratives and the processes of their construction and reconstruction resulted in a negotiation of power over the a...
Wine teaching in hotel schools
How is wine produced? Given globalisation, economic policies, regional development, the french paradox and education policies, what future does this cultural capital offer, bearing in mind that food practices change status for each generation? And what about this education in the neighbouring countr...
Fathers, sons and the holo-ghost: reframing post-Shoah male Jewish identity in Doron Rabinovici's "Suche nach M"
Brazilian action? Transits from the sex market
In this text I consider the notions of Brazilian agency that migrated to Europe from different sectors of the sex market. The analysis is based on a multi-site ethnography carried out in Brazil, Italy and Spain. I consider that the alteration of contexts has an impact on the re-significance of the d...
Theories of social constructivism in Anglophone historical epistemology in 2000-2015
Social constructionism can be seen as a source of the postmodern movement, and has been influential in the field of cultural studies. The article is devoted to the analysis of the influence of social constructionism in modern Anglophone historiography and historical epistemology (2000-2015). The res...
The revision of an orientalist to a reoriented image : Arab women in The Algerian Quartet by Assia Djebar
This thesis focuses on the work of Assis Djebar, one of the greatest representatives of Francophone Maghreb literature. It draws on numerous works on this literature already published by modifying their approach and adding a personal perspective to show how this postcolonial writer renews the repres...
TAQUIGRAFONÍAS: LA MÁQUINA DE ESCRIBIR EN EL ARTE Y SU APLICACIÓN EN DIFERENTES PROPUESTAS DE CREACIÓN SONORA
[EN] Taquigrafonías is a neologism created to enhance the sound identity of the typewriter in our creative work. The term was originated with the aim of highlighting the typewriter ability to access our memory, through your structural and sonic potential, and remembrances produces. When we say Taqui...
Kastom and Tabu Allier at the museum: management and exhibition of objects from Vanuatu
Le Vanuatu, secret and sacred are strongly linked. Cultural regulations precisely dictate access and restrictions on the objects and knowledge related to the sacral. These codifications and the traditions they affect are of great importance in the context of the identity assertion of this young repu...
Artists and Powers in Taiwan: the example of Mei Dean-E
Artiste born in Taiwan in 1954 of Chinese parents from Continent, Mei Dean-E himself defines himself as a ‘political artist’. Through his work inspired by both the Dada and the Pop Art, which he studied closely during his studies in New York, he constantly questioned the various forms of power, of w...
The pagode: place of memory of a transnational Vietnamese Buddhism in France
Vietnamese Buddhism was permanently established in France since the mid-70s with the massive arrival of Vietnamese fleeing the Communist regime. This is a phenomenon that can be found in all major countries hosting Vietnamese refugees, such as the United States, Canada, Australia and Switzerland. Th...
Circulation of cultural forms in technical devices: the social network and young immigrants
The social network can be regarded as a technical device in that it combines both technical agreements for the production of content or the construction of new forms of sociality, and social agreements which enable users to leave their footprint on the social network in question and extract contextu...
Mexican photography from the 20s to the 1950s and The labyrinthe of loneliness: use, mirror, footprint?
under the joint influence of the impact of the images produced during the Revolution, the momentum of cultural nationalism and the arrival of foisonous artists such as Edward Weston and Tina Modotti, the 20s are a very rich moment for Mexican photography. This visual hatch will continue and become m...
Family Identity Redifinition to International Assignments : the Expatriate Spouses Adaptation Model
Spousal adjustment issues to host country are a major reason for expatriate assidûment failure and the main focus of our field study. By combining elements of Berry's conceptual framework for the analysis of acculturation attitudes with Ward and colleagues' theorising on cross-cultural adjustment of...
The construction of a cultural memory of the Holy Land
Les 26 et 27 mai 2016 aura lieu à l'Université d'Amsterdam un colloque intitulé : The construction of a cultural memory of the Holy Land (4th-16th centuries) Ce colloque a été organisé dans le cadre du programme de recherche Cultural Memory and Identity in the Late Middle Ages : the Franciscans of M...
The concepts and representations of culture involved in events: case study on the events organised by the Indonesian Embassy in Paris in 2016 to communicate the Indonesian cultural identity
This memory will address the conceptions and representations of culture that are being mobilised in the events organised by the Indonesian Embassy in Paris (KBRI Paris) in 2016 to communicate the Indonesian cultural identity. Cultural identity can be defined as a particular feature that distinguishe...
Pintaderas: Art and Anthropology from Contemporary Graph
[ES] The subject of the project is pintaderas and a review of the concept of original art. The work involves exploring the different solutions that arise from the combination of the traditional graphic and its contemporary revision. A direct link is established with traditional printing techniques a...
AFTER 1989. The eternal return of Central Europe
was celebrated in 1989 as the return of Central Europe. A liberal revolution restored democratic sovereignty and used the language of human rights, rights and constitutionalism. It was a belated ‘bureaucratic revolution’. This was also seen as a wage for the perseverance of a central European cultur...
Exhibiting intangible heritage in a museum : the Voices of Africa experience
International audience Museums are places for education, but they can also offer opportunities for cross-cultural discovery. With a focus on enhancing the impact of our own research, this paper describes the experience of mounting an exhibition at the Musée d’Ethnographie de Bordeaux on the theme Vo...
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...
The mastery of an identity? Female Corporations in Paris in the 17th and 18th centuries
This article takes stock of women’s work in corporations and compares the socio-economic status of various female and mixed corporations in the Paris d’Ancient Regime. After the reorganisation of corporations in 1776, women purported to become mastery in new professions, but their public expression...
Saturdays-Uni: Middle Ages Remembrance at Oberrhein
Hohkönigsburg Die 21. Samstags-Uni-Staffel of the University of Freiburg and the Volkshochschule Freiburg will present memories of the Middle Ages on the Upper Rhine in cooperation with the Land History Department of the University of Freiburg (Partner of Archivum Rhenanum). ‘Places of remembrance’...
Recent developments related to Flemish cultural life in French Flanders (ca1991)
unfinished version, mtoj # 1: 2017-06-13 here is our translation proposal for a speech by Frank Allacker published in KFV-Mededelingen, 19-1, 1991, pp. 17-20. Ch.-P. Ghillebaert... The informal collaboration with the ANPE of northern France was finally put in place. Thanks to the support, this deser...
Mixed families and parenting strategies : the case of mixed couples living in Italy formed by Italian and African parents
This research studies socialization and education of children born from mixed-couples formed by an Italian and an African sub-Saharan parent, living in Italy. The study is developed within an ecological framework of families, and it is based on theoretical knowledge gained from studies concerning mi...