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Urban embellishing in the 18th century: elements of the beauty, elements of sublime.
too often misinterpreted since the creation of the term urban planning at the end of the 19th century, the concept of urban embellishing of the former Regime remains difficult to understand. The idea here is to try to understand the links between this concept and the concepts of beauty and sublim, w...
When the step is made and makes sense with space. Sensitive and expressive aspects of walking in the city
This study takes a microsociological look at pedestrian walking practices in the city. The aim is to reflect the different ways in which the city caters to the public space and the practical and sensitive dimensions it requires. In our view, urban mobility is a process of anchoring the passage into...
The gardener and citadin
Thierry Boissière studied the social world of Oronte’s urban gardens, giving us back to us the technical systems, the socio-occupational structure and organisation, the close links with the city and the development over the last 50 years. It illustrates the different facets of relations between gard...
The art of cohabiting in Chueca. The informal factory of city dwellers at night
Bowhunting in France, an emergent city dweller leisure reconciling sustainable development and countryside management
International audience Bowhunting appeared officially in France in 1995. It has become an increasing practice and a possible new way of wildlife and countryside management. Bowhunting is not only a new way for a come back to nature for city dwellers, but the best alternative to poison, always massiv...
Henri Lefebvre’s hypothesis, which envisaged full urbanisation of the planet in 1970, is becoming more and more true. In a century, the number of citadins worldwide increased by twelve. Half of the world’s population lives in a city, almost three billion people: it is becoming more than necessary to...
Local agriculture under direct contract: an opportunity for sustainable development for peri-urban areas?
the supply of agricultural products to households has evolved considerably, from self-production to the development of global agri-food sectors. This globalisation has resulted in depersonalised exchanges, where the identity of the producer is little in favour of standardised products guaranteed by...
Nobility and horsery in Italy of the Renaissance (19th century): some elements of discussion
How could the noble active in Italian cities be defined at the end of the Middle Ages? By analysing texts of a variety of origins (humanist dialogues, legislative prescriptions, historical analyses), this contribution seeks to reflect on what nobility could then mean in a diverse and changing geopol...
Pris dans de multiples réseaux d'appartenances et de relations qui débordent largement le cadre restreint de leur quartier, les citadins mettent en pratique des manières d'habiter qui portent l'empreinte de leur propre histoire, mais s'ajustent aussi à celles de leurs voisins. Au carrefour du deveni...
The meaning of HIV/AIDS prevention in Roman Switzerland: presentation of the first results of a survey linking medical science and communication sciences
We present here a survey conducted between 2004 and 2006 in Roman Switzerland under the auspices of the CHUV and the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lausanne. Starting from the fact that language remains a fundamental instrument in the fight against the spread of AIDS, SEMAIDS research aims...
ΑΠΟ ΤΗΝ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑ ΤΩΝ ΠΟΛΕΩΝ. Η ΔΙΑΜΟΡΦΩΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΟΜΑΔΑΣ ΤΩΝ ΚΕΡΚΥΡΑΙΩΝ ΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ. ΙΕ'-ΙΣΤ' ΑΙΩΝΕΣ
Les villes de la fin du Moyen Âge sont loin d' être fermées envers Γélément féodal et dans Γ autre sens Γ élément citadin est loin du mépris de larichesse foncière. Les deux éléments coexistent dans le cadre urbain et onttendance à créer des oligarchies de patriciens. Du fait il en resuite une certa...
BAS κοινle νικle la ιαστρle μla τle σet τοla σοle σοla λμανικοla la ληla la σμοle τοle la εla la μνοle κας et la ιεκla ίκησης της ανταλλla la ιμης la εριοla σίας, 1924-1927
Spiros Dimanopoulos, Social stratification of Rethymno Muslim population and claim of exchangeable wealth, 1924-1927 This article raises the question of Rethymno’s social stratification and how it manifests itself in the organisation of the urban space. Our investigator wants an in-depth study of th...
Gender, Pleasure and Nostalgia in Masculine, Feminine and Homoerotic Arabic and Persian Poetry
International audience While love passes for being a feeling born in the West in the twelfth century, love poetry, in its declamatory or sung form, appeared in the sixth century among the Bedouin of the Arabian desert before flourishing in the Arabic cities, then Persian and finally in Europe. Love...
Urban breaks: a territorial-temporal pragmatic
National audience We try to analyse how radical changes in the living conditions of the citadin are expressed by reconfigurations of the time spacing he/she attends and associated attacks. If the city seems to us to be the preferred place for a separation between space and time, this can be an illus...
Urban Area and Artistic Action
Cresson Research Report. Ministry of Infrastructure Urban Planning, Construction, Research Architecture SPPUCA No 98. LC.CV.05. The aim of this study, based on a multidisciplinary methodology, is not only to understand how urban artistic actions engage in new interactions with the “public” (in both...
Rural areas at the time of city dwellers tourism : the example of the Yangzi Delta - China
This thesis examines the tourist dynamic, contemporary of reforms, in rural areas of the megalopolis of the Yangzi Delta. The tourism process in rural areas is studied with regard to rural modernization policies (supervised by the central government, decentralized to local levels, in conjunction wit...
Ephemeral manifests: anti-sexist graffitis in the Parisian metro
This article intends to study part of the phenomenon of anti-advertising graffitis through a survey of a group of women specialising in anti-sexist action at the heart of the Parisian metro. Faced with the proliferation of advertising space in the public space, these women have mobilised to combat a...
Daily urban course. Habit in the perception of the ambiance.
This thesis deals with the issue of the habit in the perception of the ambiance of everyday course. Accordingly, a substantial and careful interpretation of daily urban course permits to go into the processes of habituation in association with the spatial organization or else in relation to their ae...
On a bilingual play of words by a faceted citadin: honorary arcs and political propaganda at the end of the flavian era
The city and its duplicates
The urban-urban duality and the centre-periphery model have been used as keys for reading geographies and, more generally, social science specialists who have endeavoured to describe and explain the functioning, structure and evolution of urban agglomerations. In the course of the 20th century, many...
'pbThe renewed interest in walking is well known in current artistic practices, enthusiasm for urban walks, expected health benefits and metropolitan strategies. However, what about the market and its effects? What knowledge of mobile bodies feed into the representations of mobility and territories?...
‘The true sanaani’. Note on the perception of linguistic changes in Sana’a, Yemen
While the traditional dialect of the former Sana’a (Yemen) has now been well described, there is much less information on the linguistic dynamics at work in Great Sana’a, whose population is overwhelmingly of migrant origin. In any case, the old sanaani remains a symbolic reference for most inhabita...
The evolution of urban travel modelling in France 1960-2005: The institutional organisation of transport
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe modelling of urban travel mobilises explanatory models developed by transport planning expertise and operates on a local territory on behalf of public institutions responsible for all or part of the urban transport network. The development of unimodal models (DAVIS for road...
From Carpentaria to The Swan Book: finding a voice to narrate and resist the threat of extinction in Alexis Wright’s latest work
Alexis Wright is an acclaimed Australian author as well as a dedicated activist for indigenous sovereignty. In her most recent novel, The Swan Book (2013), Wright contextualises climate change and the extinction anxieties Western urbanized audiences are finding increasingly difficult to ignore withi...
Maud Navarre, Georges Ubbiali (dir.), Gender in Public Space. What place for women?
in a context of increasing urbanisation of societies, the issue of women’s experiences in public spaces has been taken care of by French social sciences for only 15 years. This recent interest reflects the criticism of the stereotype of universal “citadin” that city planners in developed countries s...