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Day of Studies Historiography and Militantisme/Historiography and Activism
This day was organised by CAS members Nathalie Dessens and Anne Stefani, EA 801, University of Toulouse II-Le Mirail. Opening/Opening is certainly subjective from the outset that Anne Stefani starts the day, describing the reasons for her interest, when she is not herself a activist, what political...
Pierre Bourdieu et l’Algérie : Le savant et la politique
International audience Based on the ethno-sociological studies conducted by Pierre Bourdieu between the late 1950s and the early sixties on war-driven Algeria, this article analyses critically the notion, widely held by both the media and academia, that Pierre Bourdieu's public interventions on the...
For a collective re-appropriation of local democracy
National audience The experience of the collection of knowledge/action reveals the wealth and originality of the analyses proposed by critical intellectuals. However, they, who are more familiar with the description and explanation of the real situation than with the preparation of programmes, are n...
Repression and change in forms of activism: Shareers of remobilisation to the left after 1980 in Turkey
To question the effects of repression on engagement, this article analyses a type of ‘post-repression’ militant trajectory: former left-wing activists who became, after 1980, random executives. The originality of these trajectories is their ‘median’ nature: neither disengagement nor radicalisation,...
[Podcast] People’s music and political and social challenges: interview with CHUJO Chiharu
For the fifth episode of ‘listening to Japan (s)’, we receive CHUJO Chiharu, Maître de Langue at INALCO, member of the Institut d’Etudes Transtextuelles et Transculture (IETT) in Lyon and an external member of the French Institute of Research on East Asia, a specialist in political activism and femi...
‘Socialism or barbarism’ means: From real communism to radicality
Is the identity of the group/journal “Socialism or Barbarism” intellectual or political? Analysis of the review based on in-depth interviews makes it possible to decide in favour of the second hypothesis; however, the subsequent development of former members who have become intellectuals distorts th...
Music and counter-cultures in Italy: the Napitan scene
The Napitan song is recognised as one of the most important repertoires of songs in the world and as one of the very first examples of popular music. However, in the 1960s when the young Napitan musicians tried to absorb and develop counter-cultural trends throughout Italy at that time, such a reper...
Contradictions and Limitations of Final Offer Selection: The Manitoba Experience
This paper analyses Manitoba's experiment with final offer selection for the purpose of clarifying the roots of the conflict it has generated.
“Paul Nizan, intellectual and polemist”
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Be “pro” of the cause of foreigners. Survey in a local group of CIMADE
Based on a field survey carried out in a local CIMADE group located in an average city in the province, this chapter questions the concept of professionalisation with regard to a specific form of work that is usually invisible: advocacy and voluntary work. The observations show that the militant wor...
“German students, memory of the Great War and Nazi activism”
One of the most crucial questions posed by German social history after the Second World War is probably the radicalisation process that led the German elites to consent to, participate in and even inspire Nazi politics.
Engaging in the presidential campaign: The multiple forms of online political participation
The French presidential campaign in 2012 was marked by a variety of actions offered to internet users by campaign teams or initiated by internet users themselves to engage online and offline in favour of individual candidates. The profusion of these practices questions the techniques and concepts ne...
Representation of social problematics in contemporary Spanish cinema (1997 – 2011)
This thesis is about documentaries which, in Spain, are in a half-way between militant commitment and political disengagement. Our research focused on minority movies likely to take the opposite view of the feeble representations of social problematics, and thus, to propose a political interpretatio...
Nouveaux médias et culture transnationale en Tunisie : quels enjeux socio-culturels ?
International audience New media and transnational culture in Tunisia : what are the socio-cultural issues? From time immemorial means and techniques of communication have been considered remarkably useful tools in the quest for individual and collective emancipation and also as real catalysts for s...
Genre, engagement et intersectionnalité
International audience Abstract: The aims and forms of the commitments of Muslim women are many and varied. For some religion is an essential point of reference, others maintain their distance. However, central to discussions on Islam or gender, is the fact that both are confronted with somewhat par...
Activist worker’s responses to tensions in hybrid organizations : the case of solidarity economy
The current period is seeing a growing proportion of "activist" workers who have expressly chosen their occupation in response to the need to defend collective interests and provide solutions to social and environmental problems. They hope to find in the so-called "hybrid organizations" combining ma...
Emancipating by weapons?
following the socio-political challenge of the late 1960s, Western democracies experience a wave of revolutionary violence from which men and women take up as a political tool. Extreme left armed groups are characterised by the remarkable involvement and commitment of women. The climate of the 1970s...
Participate beyond his/her section. The process of de-territorialising activism in COOPOl
In addition to traditional spaces for exchanges (section meetings), virtual communication venues have recently offered members of political parties the opportunity to speak online. On 12 January 2010, the Social Network of the Socialist Party (PS), COOPOl (or Political Coopérative) made itself known...
Back to Parties? Partisan Logics and Transformations of Politics in the Arab World.
Are Arab parties facing a predicament? Are they paying the price of repression and limited pluralism? Have they become obsolete to the benefit of other political groups and mobilization modes such as communities, tribes, “asabiyyat” or to the disadvantage of non governmental organizations, associati...
Women’s pledges in the Middle East (21st centuries)
Several questions have given rise to this issue of female engagement in the Middle East today. Firstly, a discrepancy between a common vision of women in the region as hidden or even oppressed and the emergence of female figures with a different vision, often seen with curiosity — sometimes with sus...
Renewal in Canadian Public Sector Unions : Neoliberalism and Union Praxis
Challenges from employers and governments and the limited success of public sector union responses suggest the need for renewal in Canadian public sector unions. This article engages with discussions of union renewal by way of theoretically conceptualizing the modes of union praxis relevant to Canad...
Pledge, disengage, re-engage: LCR activist trajectories
Number coordinated by Lilian Mathieu and Sylvain Pattieu
Pablo Barnier-Kawam, Les Mapuche and the claim of a nation
On the other hand, at the official celebrations and major performances of the “fifth centenary” of 1992, many Latin American countries witnessed an “Indian wake-up” which in fact gave access to more visibility for “indigenous” peoples or “first nations”. This visibility was largely based on increase...
The path to a fair: political memories, activist memories
Engaged lawyer, Robert Badinter found himself in a position to put his ideals into practice. His latest book, Les spines et les roses, published at Fayard (Paris, 2011) is the story of his career as Minister of Justice. This book thus raises questions about the relationship between written memories...