Query : corps et politique
- Abbrugiati, Perle2
- Ah-Thion, Oona2
- Andrieu, Bernard2
- Bantigny, Ludivine2
- Bédouret-Larraburu, Sandrine2
- Breviglieri, Marc2
- De Melo E Silva, Francilene Maria2
- Dournel, Sylvain2
- Dumont, Gérard-François2
- Fortini, Franco2
- Genand, Stéphanie2
- Grajales, Jacobo2
- Harpet, Cyrille2
- Leguil-Bayart, Jean-François2
- Lochak, Danièle2
- Marie-Karine, Schaub2
- Marquer, Bertrand2
- Raveneau, Gilles2
- Gender Studies169
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences134
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology133
- Art and Art History66
- Political Science62
- Musicology and Performing Arts47
- Classical Studies35
- Cultural Heritage and Museology27
- Architecture and Space Management20
- Methods and Statistics18
- Biological Anthropology16
- Communication Sciences16
- Economies and Finances9
- Archaeology and Prehistory6
- Environmental studies4
Geography, ecology, politics: a climate of change, Orléans 6 to 8 September
The French geography has never really succeeded in considering the environmental issue, which is fundamentally political, to be the logical body of its field of intervention. And despite the rise in contemporary environmental challenges, it seems to continue to do so. The organisation, by the Geogra...
The Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG) and its members (1910-1939): academic actors and disciplines
, most of which emerged at the beginning of the xx century, have often been perceived as conservative corporatist groups, and in particular the Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG), and as such have been made responsible for the difficulty of reforming the school disciplines they inten...
The precautionary principle: a ‘new’ nature report
The precautionary principle reveals a major change in the relationship between man and nature, which is now perceived as an end rather than a medium. We have moved from a dominant historical relationship — dominated by a relationship of interdependence, where nature has become an objective of human...
Figures of the intellectual artist Figures of the intellectual artist: Short historical relationship of the artist to intellect and politics
How artists, more specifically graphic and plastic, take part in the ‘intellectual figure’. The figure of the activist seems to correspond to it (1) in his report to the intellect and knowledge, (2) through his ethical commitment and (3) through his public visibility. Thus, this chapter shows how hi...
Singers and men (politicians): “the dialectic of influential bodies and men”
Although its title might suggest it, it has nothing to do with the private life of the President of the French Republic and his wife, singer Carla Bruni. It is true that French kiosks are looking for blankets which are not illustrated by the photo of either (to such an extent that the French press i...
Body figures, body disfigured
A ticket published in early May referred to the ‘spring’ of Arab dance, an artistic form whose vitality can be perceived as one of the signs of change. However, the cause is far from being heard and the resistance to this ‘body language’ is real, including in the so-called ‘traditional’ forms of eas...
A judicialised community policing
In addition to the traditional reluctance which hinders the development of a genuine community police force, which is due both to structural causes and to the professional culture of police officers, it can be seen that the development of a genuine public service logic in the field of security faces...
Bernard, Catherine. Subject for reflection: From the political body in contemporary British literature and visual arts
Catherine Bernard’s book is a sum book, as evidenced by the 37 page bibliography, which covers the literary and artistic production of the last forty years. The study period starts in 1979 with Margaret Thatcher’s arrival in power. The United Kingdom then entered the era of ‘post-consensus’, the era...
Joseph Roth’s imaginary policy
II is to show how the writer’s ‘all-power’ works not only in literature, but in life transformed into fiction. The author questions the places where, through the myth of the Habsburg Empire, the imaginary constitution of his own as a subject and as a subject of an imaginary policy that will enable f...
‘The gang Straights impose their anomalies’: three feminist stories to undermine the norm (Rochefort, Wittig, Yvon)
This article provides an analysis of the literary anomaly as reflected in three feminist texts published at the beginning of the 1970s in France and Quebec (Archaos or Christiane Rochefort’s sparing garden, 1972; The Monique Wittig lesbian Corps, 1973; Josée Yvon’s bands, 1976). The anomaly is both...
Appropriation and use of semiotic tools for innovative design and engineering education
There is an intensive growth of sociotechnical tools which are helpful for various tasks. These tools are becoming more and more visual, semiotic, graphic in contrast to written texts. A particularly appropriate domain for their use is individual or collaborative design. In the context of a project,...
“Capacity depletion” of the homeless as an emergency? “capacity depletion” of the homeless as an emergency? Agri-enological approach to social care (gestures, rhythms and mood tones)
This contribution should be considered as part of a set of three texts, which are subject to the examination of some twenty video screenings made in winter 2006-2007 by a Samusocial night team. At that time I had undertaken an investigation into the problem of the refusal to accommodate the homeless...
Parution : "The Newsroom"
the Newsroom of Sorkin. Or Don Quichood journalist Laure Depretto Presses Univ. François Rabelais Collection “serial” Comme The West Wing (NBC, 1999-2006) had done so for politics, it was by showing the merits and spirit of those who made it alive that The Newsroom (HBO, 2012-2014) reinvented a draf...
Meeting of 20 February 2015, 15-17, Raspail site: Eduardo Carrasco-Rahal, ‘The body, private property, social or God property’ Pamela Millet Mouity, ‘Corps and sexuality in the neo-evangetics of Ile-de-France’
3th and 5th Friday of the month from 15 a.m. to 17 p.m. (IMAf, meeting room, 2th floor, 96 bd Raspail 75006 Paris), from 21 November 2014 to 29 May 2015 IMAf doctoral students’ workshop aims to present and discuss the work of young researchers. We are pleased to welcome the session on Friday 20 Febr...
The teaching profession in Cameroon of period comment colonial in our days in the social, political and labor-union context : the process of professionalization of the Cameroonian teachers
The general States of the education held in Yaoundé in 1995, consequences of the teaching movements following the wage cuts of 1993, on labor-union pressure, allowed to make the diagnosis of the Cameroonian education system generally and the teaching profession in particular. If the conclusions of t...
Teacher’s Salary Differentials and the Quality of Educational Services : Recent Developments in Saskatchewan
This paper examines the relationship between teacher wage determination and the distribution of teacher skill-mix, based on recent Saskatchewan data. The authors argue that while centralized bargaining produces more uniform wage scale throughout the Province, it does not necessarily lead to the unif...
From the girl to the woman: crossing adolescence
This article presents the psychanalytic treatment of a 16-year-old girl to illustrate how adolescent psychanalysis leads to a different perception of the traditional opposition between shame and guilt. The author points out that adolescence is likely to disturb a certain mental order, in a form of c...
Science and the statistical victim: Modernising knowledge of breast implant disputes
‘titrebSummary’ reference id = ‘re1no1’ idref = ‘no1’ typeref = ‘note’ b1 ‘/renvoib’/titrebThe emergence of mass disputes in the last third of the twentieth century accelerated the modernisation of an institution that was not prepared for a standardised approach to dispute resolution. In particular,...
International audience Été 1939. Malagar, domaine de François Mauriac. Dans la campagne bordelaise, à la veille de la Guerre, deux hommes se retrouvent, qui deviendront chacun à leur tour Prix Nobel de Littérature : l’aîné, André Gide et le cadet, François Mauriac. Mais cette rencontre n’aurait prob...
Anatomy and the organization of Knowledge, 1500-1850
the body is an artefact built by society, law, religion, economics or medicine. In return, these processes reveal the role of anatomy in building knowledge.
The field of eurocracy The field of eurocracy: A sociology of EU political staff
“L’Eurocratie”: the word exists in all languages and alphabets of the European Union. But beyond the more or less fantastic representations that this word conveys, be it parliamentarians, Commissioners, officials, permanent representatives, lobbyists and interest representatives, members of the Gove...
Tunisia and Egypt in the polls! Revolution or restoration of electoral sociology?
this article aims to reflect on how the 2011 and 2012 elections in Tunisia and Egypt can change our approaches to the Electoral Act. Against the background of political uncertainty, he questioned these elections ‘not like the others’ from two angles: it calls, first of all, not to confine itself to...
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“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...
The electionalisation of feminism: a new ordinary antifeminism
This contribution brings together speech theory, textual language and gender studies. By means of a discursive analysis of a few feminist and anti-feminist positions, she asked about reports to feminism, envisaged as a state to be incorporated and negotiated. It shows that the media circulation of r...