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“Waegu”, History and Archaeology
On 26 January 2018 in the framework of a multi-disciplinary seminar of Damien Peladan studies in Korea (Paris-Diderot University, UMR 8173), a conference entitled “Waegu, History and Archaeology” is presented in the Room of Seminar RdC of the House of Asia, 22 avenue of President Wilson, 16th Paris....
Archaeology of Internal Asia from Bronze to Iron Age
Programme 2006-2007: Mythological and artistic performances; new discoveries, new approaches.
Andrade, Amélia Aguiar; Try, Catarina; Silva, Gonçalo Melo; Silver, Sara (eds.) — Inclusion and Exclusion in Medieval Urban Europe. Inclusion and Exclusion in Medieval Urban Europe. Lisbon: Institute for Medieval Studies — Municipal Council of Castelo de Vide, 2019 (552 pp.)
With great advantage of this book, which develops its content in five parts: I — The intervention of powers; II — Institutions and procedures; III — Exclusion marks in medieval town planning; IV — Inclusion and exclusion from the material register. Prospects since Archaeology; V — Taking or excludin...
West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
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...
Study Day — "Secondary ecclesiastical agglomerations in the Upper Middle Ages. History and archaeology "
13 October 2017, IRHiS Seminar Room (1.152, building. A, Forum-1), Lille-SHS University, Villeneuve d’Ascq Study Day organised as part of the Lille-Gand-Louvain project, TELEMHA Secondary ecclesiastical agglomerations in the Upper Middle Ages. History and archaeology Resp.: CH. Metros, L. Verslype =...
Ouilly-le-Tesson (Calvados). The Manoir
The aim of the study of this MH group was to observe the medieval habitat of northerly low stone in a rural context from an architectural and spatial perspective. It was also carried out as part of academic work and tested a number of methods, both in spatial archaeology and in monumental archaeolog...
Ousmane Bakary, Exil and Culture. Ethnic genocide, fractures, deuil and identity reconstruction
This book takes up a doctoral thesis in anthropology supported at Laval University on this crucial issue: how do people forced to exile as a result of violent experience such as war or genocide succeed in carrying out their work of bereaving and rebuilding identity in their host society? Forced into...
High spatial dynamics-photoluminescence imaging reveals the metallurgy of the earliest lost-wax cast object
International audience Photoluminescence spectroscopy is a key method to monitor defects in semiconductors from nanophotonics to solar cell systems. Paradoxically, its great sensitivity to small variations of local environment becomes a handicap for heterogeneous systems, such as are encountered in...
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...
Digital Segusio: from models generation to urban reconstruction
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Log or Linear? Distinct Intuitions of the Number Scale in Western and Amazonian Indigene Cultures
International audience The mapping of numbers onto space is fundamental to measurement and to mathematics. Is this mapping a cultural invention, or a universal intuition shared by all humans regardless of culture and education? We probed number-space mappings in the Mundurucu, an Amazonian indigene...
Archaeology construction site at Droiteval Abbey (Vosges)
A construction archaeology site runs from 21 to 25 May 2012 on the old Droiteval abbey (Vosges). Located in the municipality of Claudon, this cistercian abbey was founded in the first half of the 14th century. Originally, it was a female monastery, which was eventually transformed into male prieurie...
Emploi * ATER EHESS
L'EHESS publie 8 offres de postes d'Attachés temporaires d'enseignement et de recherche (ATER) à mi-temps à compter du 1er septembre 2020 pour une durée d’un an, voir ici. Les candidatures se font exclusivement en ligne via l’interface emploi de l’EHESS. Anthropologie Analyse et politique économique...
How did Arabs govern ancient Egypt? 22 March 2012, Paris
In the context of the seminar “Peuples and powers in medieval Islam”, Sylvie Denoix (research director at the CNRS, Director of Studies of the French Institute of Eastern Archaeology) will give a conference on “How did Arabs govern ancient Egypt?” on Thursday 22 March 2012 at 14. Seminar organised b...
What the Iberian Copper Age can tell us about peasant societies, and vice versa
The organizer’s invitation to participate in the 2018 edition of Archeology and History of Peasantry seminars placed me face to face with the term ‘peasants’ years after I had abandoned it, mainly as a consequence of my uneasiness with the way it had been applied to the Late Prehistory of Iberia. Th...
« The Persepolis Area in the Achaemenid Period », in : N. F. Miller & K. Abdi, eds., Yeki Bud, Yeki Nabud. Essays on the Archaeology of Iran in Honor of William M. Sumner. Monograph Series 48, Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, pp. 261-265.
The article concerns some problems occurring within the study of the area surrounding Persepolis. A systematic survey effectuated by Sumner revealed seven phases, of which only the latest – phase VII – is historical and dated to the 2nd half of the 1st millennium BC. The problems of this phase are l...
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...
Martha Nussbaum’s approach to the multicultural challenges of the western liberal societies
At the confluence of rawlsian political liberalism and neoaristotelician anthropology, Martha Nussbaum’s captivity approach provides a theoretical framework for responding to multicultural tensions. This article is a detailed analysis of Nussbaum’s response to these challenges, which purports to uni...
Interests of the variability of the human bone loss in the estimation of the age in forensic anthropology
The study carried out concerned to the determination of the age from investigations on the human alveolar bone loss. The lack of reliability of the tie epithelial as indicator of age and the absence of correlation of the transparency of the dentin on whole or cut teeth demonstrated the interest of a...
Change and continuity in early history archaeology. Archaeologia austriaca-Archaeologia austriaca Volume 90/2006 90 1 –
Values and materiality
If social life is guided by a variety of values, sometimes conflicting, they become visible in the things that people produce, exchange and collect. How is the diversity of values diminished in the heterogeneity of the subject matter in order to give it a social consistency? How does the materiality...
4 years of experience with the ANR
at the end of November 2009 will conclude the EMMA “Young Researchers/Young Researchers” programme (“For a historical anthropology of emotions in the Western Middle Ages”) funded by the National Research Agency. It is obviously not the end of EMMA, which continues to exist with the support of other...
Translation, pastiche, and the thinking of resemblance in France and Italy in the 19th and 20th centuries
A study of the discourses on translation and pastiche in the 19th and 20th centuries serves as a basis to examine the archeology of translation thought in France and Italy, highlighting the radical difference between these neighbor territories. Articulating the political and linguistic histories of...