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Social aid, representations of social justice and cohesion
The reference to pain, lack of counterpart to social aid and abuse of solidarity systems is repeated in the political, economic and social discourse of recent decades. We will draw on the 4th edition of the European Social Survey (2008) and the Perception des Inegalities et sentiments de justice (20...
Sensoriality and emotions, towards a co-construction of the meaning: qualitative approach to the visit experience at the Bordeaux Wine Cité
Free like the other?
this article looks at various conceptions and experiences of freedom that manifest themselves around the teaching of African dance in Europe, namely the Senegalese dance SABAR. While African dances are frequently promoted as a vector of self-‘liberation’, linked to exotifying stereotypes about Afric...
Charles Moureu: From the College of France to poison gases
As a professor of chemistry at the Collège de France, it is with much emotion and respect that I recall Charles Moureu’s name, even though it is associated with the production of chemical weapons and poison gases during the First World War. It is important to bear in mind the violence of the histori...
Title (s): Molitor — CECI NOT A PISCINE — THIS IS NOT A Swimming POOL Author: Thomas Jorion (photographs), Ludovic Roubaudi (text) Nationality: France Date: 2014 city: Paris Editor: Archibooks Noir and white/colour: colour Language: French and English (bilingual edition) Number of pages: 176 p. Pres...
Conversions to Catholicism among Fin de Siècle Writers: A Spiritual and Literary Genealogy
During the last decade of the 19th century, a number of English writers converted to Roman Catholicism: the “Decadent” poets John Gray, Lionel Johnson and Ernest Dowson joined the Church in 1890 and 1891, while Oscar Wilde flirted with the Catholic faith during his college years at Oxford, and recei...
“... and so what do they shake away?” — Lust and load of collection: An exhibition at Heidelberg University Library
Of Stephan Lawall Sammeln is one of the great passions and needs of humanity. The first people are already known as (hunters and) collectors and even today societies with museums, archives and libraries have established institutions dedicated to collecting.* Full magazines — too much collected? (Pho...
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...
Interplay between Oxytocin and Sensory Systems in the Orchestration of Socio-Emotional Behaviors.
The neuropeptide oxytocin (OT) attracts the interest of neuroscientists, psychologists, and psychiatrists due to its capacity to modulate emotional and social behavior. Although much has been published on the effects of OT on brain regions and mechanisms at the core of these processes, its role in s...
Emergency C-section, maternal satisfaction and emotion regulation strategies: effects on PTSD and postpartum depression symptoms
International audience Background: The World Health Organization recommends a caesarean section rate of 10 to 15% in each country (France: 21%). C-section may generate dissatisfaction with childbirth (Chalmers et al., 2010): 76% of women consider it as a traumatic event (Ryding, Wijma, & Wijma, 1997...
571. Public space in disadvantaged peripheries: Añaza and Santa Clara paradigms of socio-spatial vulnerability in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
The significance of public space in the daily life of residents in two neighbourhoods of the urban periphery of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is examined. The aim is to determine, through case analysis, the impact of these relationship sites on the socio-spatial vulnerability of the most disadvantaged neig...
The conceptual history of Koselleck as a method of approximating the idea of ‘populism’
The purpose of this article is to draw a conceptual approach to the phenomenon of populism in its Spanish variant. Our hypothesis is that an idea of such blurred boundaries, dark meanings and even contradictory senses such as ‘populism’ can gain greater clarity and distinction when analysed from the...
Programme January-June 2014
Programme organised by the inter-disciplinary, cultural and academic research team “Langarts”. WORKING GROUPS: 9 January (15: 00-18: 00): ‘Musical notation: making the audible visible’; 7 February (10: 00-13: 00): ‘Metaphor and cultures: figure, figuration and mitate’; 14 March (10: 00-13: 00): ‘Aes...
Body-corpora correspondences: search for linguistic symptoms of bodily pathologies
International audience We propose in this paper a protocol for the analysis of words at the submorphemic level likely to emerge emboded linguistic entities (submorphemes) able to account for the pathologies and feelings of patients at the time of the interview with the doctor. This protocol is based...
“When the wolves rotate” — A novel polishing on the last overbreaks of childhood...
publication of the book in February 2017 — The story of two children plunged into the turmoil of war during the Occupation. A novel of deep emotion and high historical veracity, ‘adjoining’ by Lucie Aubrac, who signed the preface. ‘Viens, little, viens...’ Three words saved Jacques of the Germans’ h...
Paisaje Y Naturaleza EN EL entorno DE Valverde DE JÚCAR.UNA aproximación PICTÓRICA
Fuentes Pérez, p. (2015). Paisaje Y Naturaleza EN EL entorno DE Valverde DE JÚCAR.UNA aproximación PICTÓRICA. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/57960.
Music festival 2018 — images and sounds
Thank you to all the students who helped to enrol, decorate, prepare the buffet, and to those who song (and dance!) during our joyful music festival 2018. It is a real tradition for us and which is very, very, dear — as Eva is for us. I confess you that for a moment I thought so strongly in Eva that...
Le réalisateur, journaliste, et homme de télévision Marcel Trillat est mort, vendredi dernier, le 18 septembre 2020. Il y a tout juste une semaine. Pendant quelques jours, impossible d'écrire une page "Adieu Marcel" sur ce carnet. Trop d'émotion et de tristesse. Et puis je n'ai pas envie d'écrire "A...
H2020 Project K-PLEX: WP4 Report on Data, Knowledge Organisation and Epistemics
This report on Data, Knowledge Organisation, and Epistemic Impact covers the findings of WP 4 of the K-PLEX project. It focuses on data collection, production, and analysis in a broad range of scientific disciplines, on epistemologies and methodologies, and research organisation. The cross-disciplin...
Antecedents and consequences of the motivational and emotional dynamics of young athletes in intensive training centres
Young elite athletes involved in intensive training centres are confronted with many constraints. Motivational and emotional experiences play a part in the adaptation to the environment and promote the performance and well-being of these athletes. The main objective of this thesis was to develop kno...
When Durga Strikes. The Affective Space of Kolkata’s Holy Festival
This paper provides a description of the Durga Puja religious festival that is held each autumn in Kolkata. During the ten days of the celebration, the Indian city is enriched by a multitude of temporary temples, where local communities come together for both religious and social gatherings. The col...
Physiology of perception and action (1993-2010)
Emotion research activities and relationship with others: the question is to study the neural foundations of the transition between festive and violent gestures and the impact of the social context on the perception of the degree of violence. In Brussels, at Professor Guy Cheron, we recorded EEG bra...
The World of the Factory in the Poetry of Miquel Martí i Pol
Of the many possible readings offered by the large body of poetry written by Miquel Martí i Pol (Roda de Ter, 1929), the geographical constitutes, perhaps, one of the most suggestive and yet one of the least explored. The rich world of experiences and feelings that the writer captures in his poems,...
Explain and prevent psychological harassment at work through a systemic and communicative approach: proposal for a dynamic process model.
• this case analysis shows that the explanatory factors of the Moral at Work Harassment (HMT) are at the personal, interpersonal, organisational, and cultural levels, and that these factors interact with each other.• The situation presented is that of a student trainee in a temporary employment comp...
Sentithink mapuche with the waters of Huenehue: Towards a political ecology and a demand-driven anthropology
Biodiversity has been significantly devastated by extractivist activities in territories inhabited by indigenous peoples. This article originates from the anthropological report that was ‘challenged’ by the Leufu Wueneywue Association, which was carried out in Tralcapulli and Llongahue (Los Ríos Reg...