Query : imaginaires sociaux
- Gondard, Eric4
- Ragaru, Nadège3
- Corvaisier, Gaëlle2
- Abdela, Sophie1
- Aix-Marseille, Atelier Efigies1
- Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier1
- Amstutz, Delphine1
- Anne Cordier1
- Anthippi Potolia1
- Aurélie Cardin1
- Avenati, Olaf1
- Barbe, Lionel1
- Barbeau, Jean-Sébastien1
- Barles, Sabine1
- Barré, Louise1
- Bastien Sepúlveda1
- Bellin, Stéphane1
- Beltrame, Tiziana1
- Berrégard, Sandrine1
- Communication Sciences19
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology17
- Gender Studies17
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences13
- Architecture and Space Management6
- Musicology and Performing Arts6
- Political Science6
- Cultural Heritage and Museology5
- Biological Anthropology4
- Art and Art History3
- Methods and Statistics2
An example of a victimary inversion: the accusation of ritual murder and its derived forms
The analysis of the victimary device, proposed here, is based on the accusation of ritual murder against Jews. This accusation makes it possible to set up a victimary construction of Jews’ Haissers, which the Jews have used to justify and legitimise the deportation and extermination of Jews since th...
From tourism to domestic travel
For a Cosmopolitan Approach of Globalization
International audience Cosmopolitanism has a long and cyclic history. Often referred to as ‘neo cosmopolitanism», its use in the current context raises a number of difficulties, both conceptual and methodological. However, by rephrasing ancient philosophical frames in sociological terms, this perspe...
Women “upgraded” for a new Nation (Côte d’Ivoire, 1964)
Summary ‘! — Back to the line. Do not delete --b’? line-break? b In Côte d’Ivoire, when the Civil Code was voted in October 1964, Fraternité, the newspaper of the single ruling party, illustrates family change with the portrait of two women, the ‘woman of yesterday’ and ‘the woman of today’. This ar...
"Ready to depart". Transnational Mobility during the crisis : the malian case study
Based on a multi-sited ethnography, this thesis studies the movements of Malian migrants that arrived to Spain since 1990. The people, their strategies, the locations, and the material and symbolic conditions of their complex movements make also part of this research. Looking into the broad space of...
Fat’s revenge? Fat’s revenge?: The evolution of techniques and imaginaries regarding an ambivalent substance
In contemporary imaginaries fat stills is an ambiguous element, a phenomenologically disgusting substance for its absence of form and dangerous in its capacity to modify the appearance. Some dystopic imaginaries show fat as something irreversibly proliferating. Fat is still considered as a parasitic...
Social tensions and drug use: A study among young people in prison
‘titrebSummary’/titreb The qualitative study focuses on assessing the relevance of a specific action on the use of licit and illegal psychoactive substances that would prevent the intensification of uses and their consequences among the most disadvantaged young people. It was conducted with 33 jaile...
LITTÉRATURES DES MIGRATIONS ET DES EXILS: ESPACES DE PARTAGE ET DE RÉFLEXION SUR LES IMAGINAIRES DES LANGUES
Cet article souligne l’importance de ce que les auteures appellent « Littératures des migrations et des exils » dans le processus d’élaboration des autobiographies langagières. Les textes autobiographiques ou autofictionnels choisis, produits par des écrivain.e.s ayant fait l’expérience de “déplacem...
Mykonos: A remarkable place of meeting and confrontation between permanent residents and tourists
A remarkable place of meeting and confrontation between permanent residents and tourists (temporary residents), Mykonos therefore presents itself as an island where celebration, wine (champagne in particular and, more broadly, alcohols) and land-based food underpin the reputation and attractiveness...
French tourist imaginaries on Colombia
Tourist imaginaries are strongly attached to geographical imaginaries. They are built from different sources of information we perceive in our daily lives. The various media are actively involved in disseminating information on the premises. The aim of this article is to cover French tourism imagina...
Faire frontière(s) Faire frontière(s): Raisons politiques et usages symboliques
International audience Il est d’usage de considérer que les frontières politiques ne recoupent pas les frontières symboliques. Là où les premières relèveraient d’une démarcation spatiale et administrative arbitraire, les secondes traduiraient le caractère fluctuant et imprécis de limites ou catégori...
Intervention literature — what is the name?
emerging configuration — I only identify it as a whole recently: Mathilde Roussign on an ethnography of literature, before which the entire genealogy of teaching authors in Vincennes (and readable generation effects) and up to the creation of the Literary Creation Master; Marielle Macé on the trial,...
‘At night, but on the boundaries of the day’: the Balzac worlds
‘In the night, but on the boundaries of the day’: the Balzac worlds, in imaginary travels and stories from other worlds, conference cycles coordinated by Elsa Courant. Texts uploaded on Fabula; http://www.fabula.org/colloques/sommaire4748.php. We look at the Balzacian idea of plurality of worlds, in...
The Unthinkable Heritage. Historical consciousness and identity technologies in the reform of the Swedish education system (1946-1980)
The reshaping of the Swedish education system from 1945 to 1980 led to a unification of its structures and discourse in the name of equality and the common good. The instrumental reductionism inherent in the construction of the welfare state was thus extended to the sphere of access to knowledge: sc...
Built identity and imagination of territoriality: variations around the ‘mountainous’ figure
The history of variations in the understanding of the concept of culture and the issues of ‘cultural geography’ is well known; it has led to a disadmission of naturalist and ecological perspectives, the growing role of intersubjectivity and political and social power in the construction of identitie...
Imagination and Bulgarian migrant routes to Europe. An introduction: An introduction
The purpose of this article is threefold: it is first of all to put in perspective the migration processes that have taken place since Bulgaria over the last 20 years. The focus here is on migrant profiles, mobility resources and how circulations have contributed to a redefinition of social hierarch...
Animation of the symposium: Migration and health and social care
Plague, ermite and social imagination: on a African plague at the end of the sixteenth century
Quebec Laval University, Library 2013
La stéréotype des altérités : clichés, formules, langue de bois, lieux communs.
International Colloquium “Appropriation of Colonial and Imperial Spaces”
International Colloquium “Appropriating Colonial and Imperial Spaces”, 12-14 June 2017, IMAf — IREMAM, University Aix-Marseille Axes thematic arrangements for ownership: imagination, speeches, techniques, tools and social interactions: negotiations, conflicts, accommodations, past social dynamics an...
At the crossroads of looks. Territorial roots, mobility and identity negotiations : the case of the Samaritans of Holon (Israel) and Kiryat Lûza (Palestine)
This thesis explores the relation between dual citizenship, religious affiliation and particularist claims observed in the formation process of the Samaritan community. Close to Judaism through religion but from which they stand out, citizens of either Palestine and Israel – where they live as an et...
Infrastructure, techniques and policies
This issue of the review tracks seeks to present and define the contemporary uses of the term ‘infrastructure’ and to highlight, on the basis of a series of cases, the links between technical infrastructure arrangements and a number of political and social issues. The question of infrastructure ther...
Gaston d’Orléans et l’Antiquité
The most recent studies devoted to Gaston d’Orléans (Pierre Gatulle, Gaston d’Orléans, entre mécénat et impatience du pouvoir, Champ-Vallon, 2012; Jean-Marie Constant, Gaston d’Orléans, Prince de la Liberté, Perrin, 2013, as well as, by the same authors, the catalogue for the exhibition organized at...
Drug addiction pathway, an identity construction
Write to speak. Some initial issues
If the text is written to be embarrassed, it is that a document is still missing: that of lively speech, seized at the moment, and which is the “final” state against which the foreword should be seen. However, this lack should not stop all thinking, and here we try to identify the main issues that a...