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Explaining small-retailer patronage through social capital theory
International audience The purpose of this paper is to understand why people shop at small retailers in their community. The authors investigate the influence of consumers’ civic commitment, measured at behavioural and perceptual levels, on small-retailer patronage (SRP). Design/methodology/approach...
Seminar “History of Human Sciences and Society” 2013-2014
Placé under the patronage of the French Society for the History of Man Sciences (SFHSH), the Koyré Centre seminar is a forum for discussions on current issues, recent books and the general status of archives. It is aimed not at erudition in the strict sense than at clarifying the steps which it unde...
Can we talk about popular revolts in late antiquity?
the Welsh Bagaudes have been the subject of multiple contradictory and clear-cut interpretations since the 50s: peasant revolts according to Marxist analyses, introduced into the ‘democratisation of culture’ model by Santo Mazzarino, militias of autonomist landowners according to Anglo-Saxon histori...
Look for a successor to the Münster Library.
Walter Kutsch, who has developed the Münster Library (now called “Monasteria”), is looking for a successor to his work. “Münster needs such a “library of cities” which fully encapsulates the city’s literature", says Kutsch. If he gives them out of hand, then the best thing is ‘to a patronage that bu...
Images in the city : Monumental decor and urban identity in France at the end of the Middle-Ages
Whether royal lily or Christian cross, the space of medieval towns is characterized by the marks placed on it by medieval institutions.At the end of the Middle-Ages, the new urban elites make the process of marking the city their own by imposing their own signs onthe public space. Thus, they assert...
Public life, patronage and clients
This study is based on Saïda, the main city in southern Lebanon. It focuses on how Rafic Hariri (who became Prime Minister in 1992) started to gain political credibility that he initially lacked: to build his leadership, he set up a clientelary network in his city, with social and cultural action su...
The politics of ethnicity in India, Nepal and China
International audience The indigenous population, with their rich culture and heritage, represent an important component of Indian and Himalayan civilizations. Politics of Ethnicity in India, Neapal and China reviews the social, cultural and political processes that have shaped these indigenous soci...
Chinese ceramics exhumed from the sites of the French Lapérouse shipment in the 18th century
From Cathedral to cemetery and from procession to parade: civic and religious national festivities in Mexico, 1826-1842
In the first decades after independence, Mexican national festivals were organised on the basis of the model of the Catholic Monarchy Festival: its main scenario was the Cathedral, the representation of the nation was corporate and thus heterogeneous and hierarchical, its fundamental interest, comit...
Musical repertoires in Central Europe (1420-1450)
With famous music manuscripts such as the St Emmeram codex or the Trent codices and the rise of a musical elite with singer-composers around Dufay and Binchois, the years around 1430 belong to a crucial period in late-medieval music history. The present volume comprises 13 case studies on polyphonic...
Contaminations. Leopardi and the modern self from Romanticism to Modernism
international conference of studies Contaminations. Leopardi and the modern self from Romantiism to Modernism. Oxford: 9-11 September 2021 conference organised by LEO- Leopardi studies at Oxford in collaboration with the Leopardi Laboratory — Sapienza University of Rome; Leopardi Eredity Centre — Un...
The ‘grey area’, from the years of lead to the present: the case of A schema libero de Lou Palanca
The article seeks to analyse the subject of indetermination, and in particular its impact on the understanding of legality and illegality in the novel A schema libero, the group of Calabrian writers, the subject of which is the moti di Reggio Calabria (Reggio Calabria riots), which took place in 197...
"Robert Garnier in Elizabethan England: Mary Sidney Herbert’s 'Antonius' and Thomas Kyd’s 'Cornelia'"
International audience This volume gathers together for the first time Mary Sidney Herbert’s Antonius (1592) and Thomas Kyd’s Cornelia (1594), two significant and inter-related responses to Robert Garnier’s Roman plays, Marc Antoine (1578) and Cornélie (1574). As a unique diptych the translated pla...
The saints of the state? Politics and wisdom at the time of Trento concile
When Mary MacKillop was canonised in October 2010, Sydney’s press welcomed the first Holy: Australia lacked a saint to be a true nation. This very recent example, in a country where Catholicism is not the majority, shows the astonishing strength and persistence of the relationship between politics a...
Is the debt good or bad? The lessons of the microcredit
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe microcredit, both in India and elsewhere, has been presented in recent years as a tool for poverty eradication, enabling the abolition of assertive informal forms of indebtedness, support for the spread of popular capitalism and the promotion of women’s empowerment. Several...
The career guidance movement in France. Between school and the labour market (1900-1940). To the origins of the profession of guidance advisor
MARTIN Jérôme. The career guidance movement in France. Between school and the labour market (1900-1940). The origins of the profession of guidance counsellor. Doctoral thesis in History, Civilisations, Art (modern and contemporary worlds), Paris Sorbonne University, 2011: Between the 1900s and 1940s...
SILVESTRE (PARFOIS SYLEVSTRE J. ). Considérations sur l'étude du droit annamite (suite). Le Penant (1899), pp 109-116
David J. Roxburgh. « “Many a Wish Has Turned Dust”: Pir Budaq and the Formation of Turkmen Arts of the Book »
The essay is an attempt to throw light on Turkmen manuscript patronage, long considered to have been eclipsed by Timurid bibliophilism, which it emulated, and Safavid book production, which it preceded. Pīr Būdāq (d. 1466) has been selected as a case study for examining the realities for princely bo...
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND PATTERNS OF MARKETS USAGE IN SEMI-ARID THARAKA SUB COUNTY: IMPLICATIONS FOR HOUSEHOLD FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY
Location of markets determine how producers and consumers interact temporally and spatially. In arid and semi-arid lands this is of significant importance because market patronage is largely dictated by availability and the distribution of market facilities. Since close to 67% of population in Kenya...
A theology of the marriage image
This article looks at the scope of the event reported by a chronist called Antonio Ortiz through two short stories (relaciones) printed in 1600 in Madrid: in the presence of Queen Marguerite in Habsburg, a polychromed wooden statue of the Vierge, ‘outrageous’ by the iconoclaste attack of the English...
<em>Political Hypochondria: The Case of James Boswell</em>
Boswell yearned for most of his life for a political career, attempting to achieve office both through his own efforts and through the patronage of others. His own political views were those of an orthodox, at times extreme, Tory. Their origins, however, were complicated and involved Boswell’s own a...
Changing Patronage and Informality Configurations in Ukraine: From the Shop Floor Upwards
This article examines hegemonic norms of political and moral economy in Ukraine today acting at the level of the workplace. My research is based on fieldwork I conducted in a large industrial city in the east of Ukraine from January to June 2019. Using the general Gramsci-inspired theoretical framew...
Dominican people or the paradoes of Observance. A historiographic approach
The historiography of women’s observant reform is first of all a gradual disappearance: that of the reformers who, despite their decisive action at the beginning of the reform, do not appear, or little, in the ‘official’ history of religious orders. In the case of the Dominican order, this disappear...
Between ‘idle mass’ and ‘economic exploitation’: poor citizens of Athenian democracy. Further reflections on an old problem
In this work we will analyse economic relations and clientelism in classical Athens to define the exploitation of the poorest citizens. We will pay particular attention to the historical interpretation of dependency relationships, highlighting the contrast between new and old reflections. Paiaro Die...
How foundations shape social movements: The rise in forest certification and the construction of an organisational field
Researchers working on social movements have shown that the support of foundations helps to divert these movements from their radical activities towards more moderate objectives; but studies that shed light on the process are under-represented. Existing research generally focuses on two aspects: on...