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Women in History: The Politics of Womanhood in Partition Narratives
Deconstructing migration paradigms through studies on the emigration and immigration of women in Italy
Research on Italian emigrants and immigrants has evolved in the same epistemic space, asked the same questions and provided complementary answers that allow progress to be made in gene-migration studies based on three findings. The first is that the complexity of migration flows is a process that is...
Let’s save the Library Marguerite Durand! (Association Archives du Féminisme)
The library Marguerite Durand (BMD), a municipal library of the City of Paris specialising in the history of women, feminism and gender, founded in 1932 with the donation of feminist journalist Marguerite Durand, will soon have to leave the building she occupies in the 13th district since 1989, so t...
The Cahiers Alhim (Latin America History and Memory) No 31
Les Cahiers Alhim (Latin America History and Memory) of the University of Paris 8 have just published: ‘Latin American women in migration contexts: going, staying, returning’, No 31, 2016, under the leadership of Virginie Baby-Collin (Aix Marseille University) and Anna Perraudin (Paris University 7-...
From one eye to another
While the ethnographic survey is a prime time for research, it also opens up unexpected meetings that may call into question its meaning and scope. The following article focuses on measuring the effects of decisive telescoping. When the ideological interposes between a researcher and his/her purpose...
Identity, gênery and music in the funeral corners Javaé
This text addresses the funeral corner of Javaé women as a musical gênery emerging from performing contexts. Killers and chores, known as yburu, are carried out by women during periods of fighting. The relationship between those corners and the myocosmological narrative will be analysed initially an...
Market dynamics : legitimacy issues between two market categories, mainstream fashion and plus size fashion
By studying fashion market, this research aims to analyze legitimacy issues existing between two market categories: the primary market of mainstream fashion and the secondary market of plus size fashion. Through the lens of the Consumer Culture Theory (CCT), we observe dynamics based on practices an...
Working class children’s scientific culture : a case study on the social construction of taste, practices and representations of science
This thesis examines the way working class children’s practices and representations of science areconstructed. It aims to renew the approach of persistent inequalities in access to science pathwaysand careers, in which women and people from the working class and/or ethno-racial minoritiesremain larg...
Thyroid disorders and mammographic density in Spanish women: Var-DDM study
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Virgins, Wives, Mothers
the blog is used to prepare and accompany the session “Young women, wives, mothers”. State personalities in early-new Europe’ (29-31 March 2016) at the German Historical Institute in Paris. It presented the participants and their planned presentations. In addition, participants, as well as those int...
Minutes of: Sandrine Garcia, Mothers under influence. From the cause of women to the cause of children. Paris (coll. “Supporting Texts/Gender sexuality”): The DecOpen, 2011
by Sophie Noël Maître de Conference at the University of Paris 13 Mères under influence, published in 2011, seeks to understand the paradoxical development that led to the struggle for the release of women in the late 1960s, starting from the claim of an identity outside maternity, to the culpabilis...
Voicing my desire to her. Poetic and coming-out literary in the new ‘On Monday of Last Week’ and ‘Grace’
The article analyses the writing of desires in two news from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Chinelo Okparanta, and the relationship between transgression and subversive writing. Women’s desires are articulated around three ideas: the desired body and its construction, the role of religion and its impa...
Study of the cholesterol metabolism in breast cancer progression and resistance and identification of new therapeutics targets
Breast cancer (BC) is the most frequent cancer and the leading cause of cancer death in women. Therefore, there is an urgent need to characterize the molecular players involved in the etiology of breast cancers, progression and resistance in order to develop new therapeutic alternatives to improve t...
La satire des sciences dans Observations upon Experimental Philosophy et The Blazing World (1666) de Margaret Cavendish
Ignoring the satire of learned women, a topos of classical drama at the end of the 17th century, Magaret Cavendish published several treatises of natural philosophy between 1653 and 1668. This article aims at reversing the topos to show how a woman could use the linguistic strategies of satire. Focu...
Contribution of sexual desire and motives to the compulsive use of cybersex.
Cybersex is increasingly associated with concerns about compulsive use. The aim of this study was to assess the roles of motives and sexual desire in the compulsive use of cybersex. The sample consisted of 306 cybersex users (150 men and 156 women). The participants were assessed using the Compulsiv...
Martin Hipsky (éd.), Modernism and the Women’s Popular Romance in Britain, 1885-1925
Martin Hipsky addresses the popular romances of the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century, that is, the best-selling novels of the time which, however, have not yet found their (rightful) place in literary history. Redressing the “romance gap”—mostly the work of women romance writers—aims at a...
The purse in the Roman world: a forgotten figure
The studies mentioning the activities of women in the Roman world exist, they are even numerous and detailed. However, they refer only to different specialities, even when it concerns only domesticity. The mere servant, slave ‘without qualification’ and ‘without specialisation’ is, however, very pre...
Is there women’s Oenotourism?
when speaking of Oenotourism, we speak of a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which involves the movement of people from men such as females to wine-growing regions or regions with a heritage or cultural appeal in connection with vines and wine. The aim is to develop direct sales in areas to...
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...
Leisure and homosexuality: an ethnographic study on women’s sports association in the context of such a male sport
This study seeks to understand women’s sports association in the context of such a male sport; this is an ethnographic research alongside a female football team in the city of Porto Alegre in Brazil. With the aim of understanding how and why some women associate themselves to practise a sport consid...
Emergency C-section, maternal satisfaction and emotion regulation strategies: effects on PTSD and postpartum depression symptoms
International audience Background: The World Health Organization recommends a caesarean section rate of 10 to 15% in each country (France: 21%). C-section may generate dissatisfaction with childbirth (Chalmers et al., 2010): 76% of women consider it as a traumatic event (Ryding, Wijma, & Wijma, 1997...
When breastfeeding ‘makes’ the mother
The experts in perinaital life identify breastfeeding as the most appropriate way of feeding new-born babies. Its success is therefore a central issue in the post-partum. This article explores the breastfeeding practices and experiences of women who have chosen to be accompanied by an independent mi...
Face to image — What my eyes saw (2007)
The intrigue of what my eyes saw Laurent de Bartillat (2007) is about documentary research carried out by a doctorate in history of art interpreted by Sylvie Testud. The subject of her thesis is the representation of women in Watteau. She is led by a prominent professor played by Jean-Pierre Mariell...
Violence and women in Granada in the first half of the 18th century
Urban Chronic of the 17th century are plagued by dramatic events reflecting structural violence. For the city of Granada, the Anales de Henríquez de Jorquera show many cases of violence. Their list of cases is not exhaustive. The author prefers to select those with striking characteristics. However,...
Frances Abington (nee Barton) as Clarinda in "The Suspicious Husband"
Whole-length standing. Wearing dress with ornaments, headdress with plumes, holding open fan.