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  • The sense of death in adolescence: discovery of human death and pedagogical response

    Within adolescence transformation the encounter with the sense of death is crucial, despite is not highlighted in pedagogical and educational reflection. The adolescent deep metamorphosis, considering physical, psychological, social and relational change determined by puberty beginning, lead the sub...

  • ALENCAR, BLEST GANA Y GALVÁN: NARRATIVAS DE EXTERMINIO Y SUBALTERNIDAD

    O Guarani (1857) de José de Alencar, Mariluán (1864) de Alberto Blest Gana y Enriquillo (1882) de Manuel de Jesús Galván dan forma a narrativas de exterminio que esbozan un consenso cultural sobre el genocidio indígena en el siglo XIX. Por sobre lecturas e interpretaciones que han subrayado el resca...

  • The daughter nowhere: follow-up to the limits of unveiling in Prague of MAUDE Veilleux

    This Master's thesis focuses on the limits of self-disclosure and others in autofictional writings. It examines the consequences of disclosure and censorship processes related to the autofictional genre. The first part of this dissertation, La fille de nulle part, is a collection of poems that revol...

  • The Unbearable Lightness of Memory: From Hamlet, Prince of Denmark to Jorge Luis Borges’ Shakespeare’s Memory

    The Romantic poet Novalis once rhetorically asked: “Where are we really going?” “Always home.” For a Shakespearean scholar like Borges’ Sörgel in “Shakespeare’s Memory”, the path towards “home” turns out to be the exploration of a most unusual gift, the very memory of the great Elizabethan. The proc...

  • “An entire past comes to dwell in a new house”: Topophilia and jeremiad in Joan Didion’s Run River

    In this paper, I will analyse Joan Didion’s poetics of praise and mourning in her first published novel, Run River, understanding the Western landscape she presents in it as an instance of Gaston Bachelard’s idea of the childhood home as a felicitous, eulogised space. I will argue that Didion’s depi...

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  • The Emotional Life of Contemporary Public Memorials

    From the commemoration of September 11 to the Holocaust memorial in Berlin, recent decades have witnessed a substantial increase in the number of new public memorials built in both Europe and the United States. This volume considers the contemporary explosion of public commemoration in terms of chan...

  • The deuil, the moment of digital “consocreation”?

    While the majority of internet users have little or no technical skills, we try to see to what extent the ways of using an online social network are original. We present an analysis of 742 messages posted in four Facebook groups after unexpected deaths. The results put forward that, although the con...

  • What secrets a secret

    `titrebSummary`/titrebHere, the author comes back to the genesis of his novel, A Secret, out of which a movie has recently been made. It gives him the opportunity to bear witness of the side effects of his analysis where the disorders of the unconscious transmission of a family secret lead to the wr...

  • Use of socionumeric devices and communication with the dead: Reconfiguration of funeral rites

    Build Building upon research in the intersection between sociology of death, sociology of the individual and Information and Communication Sciences, this article studies the way socio-digital platforms, with their different specifications, contribute to re-introducing death into the social`!-- Début...

  • AIDS, Intimacy and Care in Rural KwaZulu-Natal

    In 2003-2006, Patricia Henderson lived in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal where she recorded the experiences of people living with HIV/AIDS. In this illuminating study, she recounts the concerns of rural people and explores local repertoires through which illness was folded into everyday...

  • Body and Time in Don DeLillo’s The Body Artist

    This research looks at Don DeLillo’s shortest novel by considering body and time as the two factors that are essential in order to understand the existential path that the book outlines. The aim is to provide a new interpretation of the novel, able to highlight its real-life concern for traumatic mo...

  • Hymenorrhaphy, or the Search for Lost Virginity

    Today, as is demonstrated by the many forums and question and answer sites relating to this subject on the internet, many women resort to hymenoplasty. Hymenorrhaphy (or hymen reconstruction surgery) is a surgical procedure aimed at repairing the hymen. Work done with patients who ask for hymenorrha...

  • Children after a Natural disaster

    "Catastrophes and natural disasters lead to numerous problems in the education of children and teenagers, who present as the most vulnerable subjects in the communities affected. Often, in these circumstances, adults (educators, teachers, parents) do not know how to respond to their needs, reactions...

  • Charles Baudelaire in Walter Benjamin’s work. An allegorical reading of commodity fetishism

    From his early translations to the overflowing of The Arcade Project’s convolute devoted to the poet at the end of the 1930s, Walter Benjamin had an uninterrupted dialogue with Baudelaire's work. Starting from what will have been the Baudelaire book, his last unfinished and fragmentary book (whose m...

  • A very strong desire that loves the deuil

    `!-- 4480:'resume' --bSummary — In this article, the author presents three examples of psychoanalytic concepts that not only broaden the scope of metapsychology beyond Freud’s contribution, but have epistemological value of a more general nature : A. Green’s “ negative hallucination ”, D. W. Winnico...

  • Le CONSEGUENZE Legali DEL divieto DI Nozze PER UNA VEDOVA NEL diritto ROMANO

    In the archaic period violations of the prohibition relating to mourning was regarded as a nefas and hence subject to penalisation under religious law. A widow guilty of an infringement was required to make an expiatory sacrifce known as a piaculum, viz. a bovis feta. This religious and customary pr...

  • The Law of Friendship and Its Social Grammatology

    The lived experience of thinking matter finds its existential limit in Jacques Derrida’s Law of Friendship (Lof), which dominates the grammatology of the social with the stern disregard of a mathematical rule governing a field of potential differences and differentiations as these unfold determinate...

  • About the patient according to: analyst reactions and analyst delay

    Ausgehend von einigen klinischen Vignetten und unter dem Gesichtspunkt der Verlassenheitsproblematik, der Frustration, der Eifersucht und der depressiven Trauer untersucht der Autor den Einfluss, der von einem „nachfolgenden Patienten“ -dem der anschließenden Sitzung- auf denjenigen ausgeht, der sic...

  • Written with tears. Strzęp całunu by Andrzej Mandalian against the funeral poetry of Jan Kochanowski

    In diesem Artikel stelle ich zwei zeitlich weit auseinanderliegende Gedichtbände nebeneinander und interpretiere sie: Jan Kochanowskis Treny (Threnodien) aus der Renais-sancezeit und Strzęp całunu (Ein Fetzen vom Leichentuch) des zeitgenössischen Dichters Andrzej Mandalian. Beide Sammlungen sind ein...

  • Back of life

    Ausgehend von Oblomow, dem Helden aus Gontscharows Buch und von Fragmenten aus der analytischen Arbeit mit einer Patientin, unternimmt die Autorin den Versuch, die psychopathologischen Prozesse und krankhaften Veranlagungen zu untersuchen, die bei solchen Pathologien am Werke sind, die einen libidin...

  • Impossible Emotions: The Ethics of Mourning and Melancholia

    This paper looks at mourning and melancholia, and their ethical implications through the work of Sigmund Freud and mostly Jacques Derrida. The attempt here is to read through Derrida’s auto thanatological oeuvre through questions of fidelity, interminability, impossibility and ethics. In our perpetu...

  • Orphaned things or silenced autobiography of Things I Didn’t Throw Out

    The article is an analysis and interpretation of Marcin Wicha’s Things I Didn’t Throw Out in terms of their autobiographical character. It focuses on the autobiographical challenge, that dominates work, which manifests itself in gaps and understatements. In addition, it addresses mourning, loss, abs...

  • Caroline, Gautier and the ghost of their mother

    `titrebSummary`/titrebThe article is a case study that describes two sessions of a brief family therapy. These sessions show us how the silence around their mother’s death fostered profound depression, guilt and self-punishment in her children. Breaking this secret and speaking about all their feeli...

  • Documentary "Haunted By Her Yesterdays" by The Social Architects South Asia

    This documentary tells a story of silent agony, trapped screams and repressed mourning. A story of women forced to deny their identity -- who are trapped in between a government which sees them as "Tigers," and a society whose norms they are no longer deemed worthy of. These women fought bravely alo...

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