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- Grossetti, Michel4
- Casilli, Antonio,3
- Gilardone, Muriel3
- Perez-Roux, Thérèse3
- Tubaro, Paola3
- Alchalabi, Frédéric2
- Antoine, Pierre2
- Auguste, Patrick2
- Bahain, Jean-Jacques2
- Beauguitte, Laurent2
- Bertin, Jean-Claude2
- Dillmann, Philippe2
- Dujarier, Marie-Anne2
- Féron, François-Xavier2
- Guastavino, Catherine2
- Kergosien, Eric2
- Le Bot, Jean-Michel2
- Lenay, Charles2
- Mouchard, Jimmy2
- Patron, Sylvie2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology68
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences56
- Cultural Heritage and Museology43
- Art and Art History36
- Archaeology and Prehistory32
- Communication Sciences32
- Biological Anthropology29
- Political Science27
- Environmental studies26
- Gender Studies26
- Methods and Statistics26
- Architecture and Space Management23
- Musicology and Performing Arts22
- Economies and Finances12
- Classical Studies9
Conference “Think the End of the World” — EHESS, Paris, 18-19/10/2013
On 18 and 19 October next, the successful international colloquium of the ANR Eschatologies programme, organised by Emma Aubin-Boltanski and Claudine Gun ier, will be held in Paris (EHESS, 105 Bd. Raspail, room 1). “Looking at the end of the world”, the aim of this colloquium, drawn from an internat...
Adaptation and redevelopment of sources in the Anonyme Troyana of 1490
The article goes back to the writing and reception conditions of the Anonymous Creyana of 1 490. The chronker does not just comment on or translate his sources, the sumas of Leomarte historia troyana and the Historia destructionis troiae of Guido delle Colonne. On the contrary, it enriches them with...
Building teaching professionality through an interdisciplinary college system
The purpose of this article is to describe as closely as possible the professionality created by the adaptation of two teachers to a non-traditional teaching project brought about by institutional orders. The didactic perspective assumes that beyond the particularities of the teaching environments,...
Local dynamics and territorial construction : socio-anthropological approach of the local development process in the rural municipality of Fandene (Thiès – Senegal)
How to give an account of the dialectical relationship between the density of social interactions and the building of development in a local system of action which the territory can constitute? This is the key question which our thesis tries to answer. The issues of local development are posed with...
Illustrated justice. : Justice in the illustrated newspapers of the Third Republic (1890-1914)
Based on the idea that images play a fundamental role for justice, as shown by all the iconographic representations, the symbols and the rituals used by the judiciary institution, this study in history of law focuses on the discourse conveyed by the prints of the illustrated newspapers of the Third...
Towards interoperability of geographical data related to textile industry heritage
International audience The TECTONIQ project studies digital systems implemented by the different actors involved to manage, disseminate and exchange information about the Textile Industrial Heritage (TIH) on the territory of Nord of France. The objective is to provide a knowledge representation that...
Travelling to autonomous informal learning through a hybrid device
After a quick overview of the milestones that have marked the world of distance in education, we will show that on a theoretical framework of informational mediation, the dedicated socionumic network “Edmodo” allows for the development of a hybridisation of learning organised around this space of re...
A semi-automatic approach to extracting information related to cultural routes from social networks: case of Via Francigena
Connac, S. (2015). Cooperation between pupils and relationship to school knowledge — conceptual approach, in Colloque de la Biennale de l’Education, CNAM, 3 July 2015, Paris.
Falls among older people: an interdisciplinary approach.
Operatic Forays into Translation Studies: Translation, Adaptation and Rossini’s Otello
This article examines the ties between translation studies and opera studies through the lens of Rossini’s opera, Otello. The first part of the paper demonstrates how critics have the tendency to measure the opera’s success based on its correspondence to Shakespeare’s play. Notably, the rhetoric tha...
Outstanding balances in the future: a dynamic approach to the documentary ecology of a fluid mechanics laboratory
The activity of a physics laboratory is addressed through the documentary practices observed there. We borrow from archaeology the concept of taphonomy. This allows you to question the dynamics of documentary aggregates and their persistence beyond their function in scientific design processes. Thus...
First report on the consumption of farmed and hunting animals in the city of Lattara (end of IVth av. n. n. — middle of 1st s. de n. e.)
National audience. For the time being, it is only a question of presenting an aspect of the pastoral and cynegetic activity of the Lattara site at the second age of Fer and at the beginning of the Roman era. Once the first, mainly methodological, milestones were laid by one of us (Colomer, 1989), an...
The virtues and limits of dual involvement in France
Based on an approach in terms of profiles, the participation scores of the employees involved both in the trade union and in the company (employees involved twice) are compared with those of the employees unilaterally involved. The aim is to test some of the recognised virtues of dual involvement. T...
Du site à l'environnement : approche géoarchéologique de deux sites du Pléistocène supérieur en Afrique de l'Ouest (vallée de la Falémé, Sénégal).
Immigrant generations and ways of living. Between community retreat and transethnic merger of migrant Generations and ways of living. Between Community fall-back and transethnic merger: For an anthropological approach to intercultural transformation dynamics
9 pages A of the boundaries of family and societal space, habitat is a key place for cultural redevelopment that supports the integration of immigrated migrants into the host society. The observation of families of Moroccan origin living in the Bellevue ZUP in Nantes shows that domestic and city use...
The activity of customers: a job?
national audience if the active participation of customers in the delivery of a service has been accurately observed by sociologists for some 30 years, it now seems to be gaining a new scale. Customer activity is now required for an increasing number of physical services and goods. And for each of t...
Agroecology: pathway and potential For a transition to sustainable food systems
peer reviewed The aim of this paper is to define a conceptual framework for agroecology. There are two components to our approach. The first one proposes an analysis of what agroecology encompasses today, how its definition evolved, and in which sociohistorical contexts it emerged and is currently d...
Toponymia and ‘greeting of the kings’: double lexicalisation of the Spanish-speaking territories in the history of legionensis (known as sylensis)
In the territorial representation drawn up by the author of legionensis history (known as ‘sylensis’), the geopolitical space in which Alfonso VI, Fernando I and several of its predecessors, in particular the closest ones, are moving, is not always that of the reindees and principals of their time....
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
Dynamic of cortical evoked activities in the decisional phase of the temporal discrimination : a behavioral and electrophysiological study
The peculiarity of time is that it is not the object of any sensory system, contrary to the stimuli consisting of light or sound. What cognitive operations, apart from the internal clock, are involved in the fact that we are able to say that one duration is shorter than another? What is the dynamic...
Anthropology of citizenship
Whether considered as a status, a set of activities or from a political philosophy point of view, citizenship has been largely explored by political science and legal studies. Such research are meanwhile mainly normative or theoretical and empirical approaches are much more rare, especially in the F...
IRANGKOR. Iron in Angkor. Metal production, circulation and consumption in the Khmer Empire, Cambodia (IXIVe s): an interdisciplinary approach
International audience C’est à partir du site d’Angkor, au Cambodge, que l'Empire khmer étend entre les XIe et XIIIe siècles son influence politique et culturelle en Asie du Sud-Est continentale. Il est communément admis que la puissance de cet empire reposait sur la mise en place d’un réseau routie...
"Assécher Perec": poétiques du quotidien chez Anne-James Chaton
International audience “Draining Perec”. The phrase is appropriate to describe, even partially, Anne-James Chaton’s relation to everyday life, which the poet initiated in the 1990s. Just like Perec’s, Chaton’s work is inspired and fashioned by the everyday life of contemporary society, defined by Bl...
The French Maison Française d’Oxford hosts CNRS researchers and/or French professors — LIMITE: 31/12/2019
the French Maison Française d’Oxford (USR 3129, UMIFRE 11) hosts CNRS researchers and/or research teachers from French higher education and research institutions for two consecutive years. These researchers or professors must present research projects from an interdisciplinary perspective (if possib...