Query : material culture of the book
- Agustín Rodríguez Garavito3
- Gray, Douglas3
- Aube, Sandra2
- Bently, Lionel2
- Cliquet, Dominique2
- Deazley, Ronan2
- Dulong de Rosnay, Melanie2
- Emi Sulistri2
- Erdi Guna Utama2
- Eti Sunarsih2
- Kretschmer, Martin2
- KRZYSZTOF MIGOŃ2
- Martin, Juan Carlos De2
- PANAYOTOPOULOS, NIKOS2
- PETSINI, PENELOPE2
- Rodriguez-Navas, Ana2
- Varvantakis, Christos2
- Viktor Sokolov2
- A. V. Bondarev1
- Abelson, Hal1
- Art and Art History57
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences53
- Cultural Heritage and Museology53
- Communication Sciences46
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology25
- Archaeology and Prehistory25
- Musicology and Performing Arts19
- Architecture and Space Management17
- Classical Studies12
- Gender Studies11
- Political Science5
- Biological Anthropology4
- Environmental studies4
- Methods and Statistics3
“Walls of Words”: Paperscape in Charles Dickens’s Novels
The walls of Dickens’s city are covered in posters, bills, signs and inscriptions, resulting in the disappearance of those very walls behind the accumulation of messages. Simultaneously, these words go beyond the space allotted to them, erecting walls of words in the public space, constantly modifyi...
Values and materiality
If social life is guided by a variety of values, sometimes conflicting, they become visible in the things that people produce, exchange and collect. How is the diversity of values diminished in the heterogeneity of the subject matter in order to give it a social consistency? How does the materiality...
Before Publication: Montage in Art, Architecture, and Book Design (sous la dir. de Nanni Baltzer, Martino Stierli)
the short introduction by Nanni Baltzer and Martino Stierli makes it difficult to grasp from the outset the point of view of a book which wishes to renew the reflection on how to fit in with material culture. The book brings together eight texts that explore the editorial genetics of projects relate...
Youth at the crossroads - Discourses on socio-cultural change in post-war Northern Uganda
Based on eleven months of field work (2009-2011), this book analyzes the situation of youth in urban Gulu, Northern Uganda, in the aftermath of the war between the Lord’s Resistance Army and the Ugandan Government (1986-2006). Specifically, it focuses on the generation that was born and grew up duri...
24. A 19th-century Judaeo-Arabic folk narrative
The manuscript BnF Hébreu 583 (dated 1839 CE) contains, amongst other material, three Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic (JA) tales, depicting fictional events in the life of Abraham ibn ʿEzra (c. 1089–1167), the renowned Jewish biblical scholar and polymath. This edition focuses on the third of these tales, in...
Publication of the book "Mortuory masks. History of the face in the face of death "
This is a few days of great work, most of which took place in the implementation and coordination of the Zakatumba Festival for the Culture of Death, but there is a need to leave a gap in order to share great news: the publication of my book "Manifestas mortuorias. History of face in the face of dea...
Publication: Marguerite Figeac, Education and Material Culture
CEMMC is pleased to announce the publication of the book by Marguerite Figeac (Dir.), Education and Material Culture in France and Europe from the sixteenth century to the present day, Honoré Champion, Paris, 2018. More details can be found here.
Turning over a New Leaf
Books before print – manuscripts – were modified continuously throughout the medieval period. Focusing on the ninth and twelfth centuries, this volume explores such material changes as well as the varying circumstances under which handwritten books were produced, used and collected. An important the...
Science and philosophy at Henri Tintant (1918-2002)
National audience Pionnier among French paleontolologists for his use of quantitative methods in paleontology, Henri Tintant has always been concerned about whether paleontology could be science in the strong sense of the word, i.e. knowledge capable of robust generalisations. It was this issue that...
The Myths That Made America
This essential introduction to American studies examines the core foundational myths upon which the nation is based and which still determine discussions of US-American identities today. These myths include the myth of »discovery,« the Pocahontas myth, the myth of the Promised Land, the myth of the...
Cold War Cosmopolitanism
"Han Hyung-mo was a major figure within South Korea’s Golden Age cinema. The director of Madame Freedom (1956), the most famous film of the 1950s, Han made popular films that explored women’s relationship to modernity. He was also a master stylist who introduced technological innovations and fresh i...
68, a collective story (1962-1981)
May 68 remains one of the moments of French contemporary history that sparks the most lively debates: the ‘68s’ disturbs as much as they are fascinating. However, they are still largely unknown — especially as the famous month of May, the Latin-Quartier barricades and the occupation of Sorbonne are...
Memory and Cultural Studies. Moving closer to the story of life itself in Raymond Williams and Richard Hoggart
This work will seek to recover, in part and in a piecemeal manner, the ways in which first-hand testimony articulated in the format of memories of the history of life itself has a potential methodological value in some semi-annual texts of the shaping of English Cultural Studies. We refer in particu...
A much too present future: The representation of science and scientists in the novels Oryx and Crake (2003) by Margaret Atwood and Les Taches sun (2006) by Jean-François Chassay.
For many science-fiction writers from the twentieth century, such as Aldous Huxley and Isaac Asimov, the twenty-first century was going to be the era where technological advancements and scientific discoveries would change humans and their cultures in drastic ways. This is what I would like to obser...
Making and Unmaking in Early Modern English Drama : Spectators, Aesthetics and Incompletion
Exploring the significance of visual things that are 'under construction' in works by playwrights. Illustrated with examples, it opens up new interpretations of the place of aesthetic form in the early modern imagination. Why are early modern English dramatists preoccupied with unfinished processes...
Manual of Austrian child and youth book authors: A-K
This handbook is based on the project "Österreichische Kinder- und Jugendbuchautorinnen" (Austrian Women Writers of children's literature), which was defined as part of the project "biografiA. datenbank und lexikon österreichischer frauen" (database of austrian women, http://www.biografia.at), local...
The pedagogical component in ‘Cuore’ of Edmondo De Amicis
My first meeting with deamicisian pedagogy took place through the following quotation: “The education of a people is judged first and foremost by the fact that he tien for the street.” First, it was only clear to me that the author of the quotation was very keen to educate behaviour. However, three...
From the white editorial authentication of slave narratives, to the cultural hybridity of the Harlem Renaissance, to the overtly independent publications of the Black Arts Movement, to the commercial power of Oprah's Book Club, African American textuality has been uniquely shaped by the contests for...
Territories, culture and social classes
Event of a project to republish Jean-Claude Chamboredon’s work, following a collection of texts on the issue of “youth” selected by Paul Pasquali and a long text on the life and work of Emile Durkheim presented by Dominique Schnapper, this book brings together some publications of the sociologist de...
Privilege and Property
What can and can’t be copied is a matter of law, but also of aesthetics, culture, and economics. The act of copying, and the creation and transaction of rights relating to it, evokes fundamental notions of communication and censorship, of authorship and ownership - of privilege and property. This vo...
From book to albarelle, European fine-tuning of objects
This second thematic file, focusing on another aspect of material culture, offers a selection of contributions from a day of multidisciplinary studies organised by the DYPAC laboratory (UVSQ) in November 2017, which proposed to compare the two themes of travel and materiality in Europe in the Middle...
The first Hommes in Normandy
The collective research project ‘Les Premiers Hommes en Normandie’ has developed its twelve candles; and substantive work is continuing to propose a synthesis inherent in the palaolithic occupations of Normandy and the Anglo-Normandes Islands (several volumes under preparation). The book ‘The palaol...
Introduction: Peace and Conflict on the Edge
The physical education teaching book: a reading of the academic output: The physical education textbook: A reading of the academic production
The aim of the work is to bring together and interpret the academic output (theses and dissertations) about the teaching book on physical education. The period from 1987 to 2018 was focused, using the information from the Teses Catalogue and dissertations from the Coordination of Improvement of Seni...
Book reviews: Suárez CORTINA, Manuel, The gentlemen of the reason. Institutional culture and parliamentary democracy in liberal Spain, Genueve Ediciones, 2019, 375 pp. /Sergio Sánchez Collantes; SANTIÑO, Santiago, Pascual de Gayangos. Erudition and cosmopolitism in Spain of the XIX, Pamplona, Urgoit...