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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...
Canadian history in bereavement (in memory of late Pierre-Georges Roy)
After the Holocaust : writing the trace in the works of Jonathan Safran Foer, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Art Spiegelman
This study explores the works of Jonathan Safran Foer, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Art Spiegelman through the notion of trace, the founding principle of the aesthetics and ethics of post-Holocaust writing. The incomplete knowledge of these “post-Holocaust generations” implies the presence of a “postmemor...
The Opening of the Image in the Works of Claude Simon, Peter Handke and Richard Powers
The aim of this thesis is to analyse the ‘opening’ power of the image in narrative texts written after the 1980s : Claude Simon’s Le Jardin des Plantes, Peter Handke’s Mein Jahr in der Niemandsbucht and Der Bildverlust, and Richard Powers’ Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance. The category of the v...
Les besoins des proches, des intervenants et des personnes ayant un traumatisme craniocérébral: comparaison du Québec et de la France
PRISST, CRSHC, IRSC-INSERM
Kaltoum at cake hospital: Infant anorexia in a transcultural clinic
This post-event analysis of the material of large group transcultural psychotherapies, over a period of one year, shows the clinical evolution of a complex anorexia of the infant and helps to better understand the genesis of disorders. From perinatal to the child’s ancestor, from appointment to tran...
Écrire après la fin : la logique spectrale dans la littérature contemporaine
La question de la « fin » a largement retenu l’attention de la critique ces trente dernières années : fin de l’histoire déclarée par Fukuyama en 1992, des avant-gardes, de la modernité, des « grands récits » (Lyotard), mort du roman, et plus généralement menaces écologiques, faillite des idéologies,...
Open the passage of the transitional: Discussion of the report ‘span style =’ font-style: Italic; bDeuil in the culture of Robert Asséo and Sylvie Dreyfus-Asséo
The report of deuil in the culture of Robert Asséo and Sylvie Dreyfus-Asséo is discussed on the basis of three dimensions inherent in the traumatic process described: the disqualifying constraint exerted by the collective, the encroachment of the transient, and the role of surme in the reality test....
Bereaving a dead child without baptism in the Middle Ages: the birth of the children’s limbo in the XIII-18th.
New York, September 11th, 2001 : novelistic response to the shock
The attacks of September 11th, 2001 on the American soil had an undeniable impact in the political, religious and social fields of this new century, but also in the cultural one. They put to the test the very foundations of what is known as “americanism”, an ideology born with the United States and...
Dominique Memmi, The second life of dead babies’, Paris, Editions EHESS, 2011
Reading report published in Revue Française de Sociologie, vol.53, 2012/3 CR reading
The last tribute: accounting for funeral expenditure and bereavement in Paris in the 17th and 18th centuries
National hearing No abstract
Crime or revival
‘titrebSummary’/titrebWhen etymology, perpetrators approach crime in so far as it targets the denial of separation. It can be seen as the ultimate temptation, on the part of some subjects, to resolve the threat posed by the theft of a narcissistic object, in a certain dedistinction between the inter...
A ceremony for the small children
‘titrebSummary’/titrebCertain parents who have just lost their child in the context of a perinatal death do not organise funeral. In this case, it is the hospitals that take care of the fate of the body by entrusting the crematorium of the Father Lachan with the implementation of collective creation...
Pierre Jean Jouve: how to do the Baudelaire deuil
Conference for the Midis of Poesia. Readings by Jean Loubry.
The loss of a spouse in the elderly : bereavement, grief process and consumption of social support services
Marketing research has focused on the stages of the life cycle to understand, explain and predict the impact of transitions on consumption. In this field of research, our work aim to understand the role of consumption of formal social support during the experience of loss of a spouse. We develop our...
The impossible narrative identity of Claudas, the deeming admirable Lancelot prose
If Chrétien de Troyes needs a peaceful Arthurian kingdom to bring about “the time of adventures”, the war is on the horizon of the prose novels — who develop in the next century — as it was already in the chronics on which Chrétien de Troyes was inspired: recurrent wars, never completely extinguishe...
Depression is the reverse truth of
‘titrebSummary’/titreb. through a psychanalytic conception of desires and depression (Freud, Lacan, Bowlby, etc.) we try to demonstrate that pathological depression is the reverse truth of the desire. Thus, it seems to me that the movement of desire is a sign of the success of the bereavement when p...
Image of death, effigy of the ancest
In the succession of the dagara deuil rites, the analysis of their final phase was preferred. During these rites, a tree branch chosen by the deceased’s son in brushes is sculpted and then installed in the ancestors’ sanctuary. Punctuated by two preparations of mil beer described successively as ‘bi...
« Silence Gets Breathless ». Expressing Death, Mourning and Memory by Composers of Ashkenazy Jewish Cultures. Central and Eastern Europe, United-States (1880-1980)
Even if, according to psychiatrist Jacques Hassoun "Judaism is not a funeral religion?", the wide Jewish world is not, however, restricted to only the religious aspects, and its musical currents are not only attached to liturgy. Dealing with Jewish cultures (insisting on the plural) allows us to tak...
Complicated or dotted deuil?
deuil complicated or dotted?
‘It’s very difficult to write a last letter’. The Information and Action Officers on the Death
Wealthy art: funeral rites in contemporary artistic practices
The questions behind this research memory come from the established observation of the marginalisation of bereavement in the Western world. From Philippe Ariès to Eric Crubézy, researchers from all disciplines looked at the case of death and the response our societies provide to it. What role do pla...
The particularities of bereavement after suicide
The witness and his other
It is always two in a witness statement. And few texts require, with the same urgency, listening, physical or symbolic presence of the other, contemporary, auditor or reader, who is also the representative of the other human who was missing at the time of the test. Hence the need to reconnect Primo...