Query : politique identitaire
- Avon, Dominique2
- Basso Fossali, Pierluigi2
- Blanc, Pierre2
- Capelle-Pogacean, Antonela2
- Delabie, Anaïs2
- Motte, Claude2
- Ragaru, Nadège2
- Tratnjek, Bénédicte2
- Vouloir, Marie-Christine2
- Abaher El Sakka1
- Abbas Haji Gnamo1
- Abdellatif Mami, Naouel,1
- Abitbol, Michel1
- Aderghal, Mohammed1
- Agbobli, Christian1
- Agier, Michel1
- Aimerito, Francesco1
- Ainine, Bilel1
- Aït-Aarab, Mohamed1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology86
- Political Science71
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences37
- Gender Studies36
- Architecture and Space Management23
- Cultural Heritage and Museology21
- Musicology and Performing Arts21
- Art and Art History19
- Communication Sciences18
- Methods and Statistics18
- Classical Studies8
- Economies and Finances5
- Biological Anthropology4
- Archaeology and Prehistory3
- Environmental studies2
The Instagram globe-trotters: contemporary representation (s) of the trip
This research work focuses on studying the representations of the journey put into circulation via the Instagram device by a group of users — which we simply define as a globe-trotters whose passion and practice from the other side are laid down as communal denominators. The study of the process of...
Artists and Powers in Taiwan: the example of Mei Dean-E
Artiste born in Taiwan in 1954 of Chinese parents from Continent, Mei Dean-E himself defines himself as a ‘political artist’. Through his work inspired by both the Dada and the Pop Art, which he studied closely during his studies in New York, he constantly questioned the various forms of power, of w...
Musicians from Havana and “the special period” test : everyday life under pressure and relationship to politics in Cuba
The aim of this research is to provide a number of trends and areas of tension that have emerged or evolved in Cuba after the « special period in peacetime », which can be defined as the most considerably developed social and economic crisis that has struck this country, as a result of the socialist...
Between protection and recovery: the heritage seized by law
The implementation of public policies relating to heritage and, more broadly, to the environment is achieved by means of legislative instruments which reflect their understanding and seizure by law. The various institutional, conventional, legislative and regulatory tools make a major contribution t...
Culture and history of shows in Alsace and Lorraine Culture and history of shows in Alsace and Lorraine: From the annexation to decentralisation (1871-1946)
Jeanne Benay/Jean-Marc Leveratto: Preface — The culture of shows in Alsace and Lorraine (1871-1946): some landmarks — Alain Cullière: O Amour! O Folie! — Günter Riederer: Political festive culture, nationalism and regionalism in a conflict-affected border region — Jeanne Benay: At the heart of Metz...
The political representation of linguistic minorities
Le Südtiroler Volkspartei en Haut Adige, Union Valdôtaine en Vallée d’Aosta and Partito Sardo d’Azione in Sardinia are the main examples of historical ethnorionalist parties in Italy. These actors played a political role mainly at regional level, although they were all repeatedly represented in the...
Family educations, and identity and intercultural dynamics in Lebanon- Philosophy of difference and question of identity between private life and socio-cultural and political environment
16 Lebanese families (father, mother and youth) have been the subject of a retrospective, non-randomized study, to explore notions of identity transmission and dynamics, in relation to the various family educations. Inclusion criteria were family cohesion and the level of youth instruction level, gr...
Trauma: from the transformation of culture to human nature
In the articulation of anthropology and psychology, the question of psychological trauma questions the boundaries between nature and culture in the subject of the clinic, which is also an individual in a historical group. Our anthropological questioning is based on our practice of psychologist with...
Russia and its Far-Western Mirror : the Geopolitical Identity of Ultra-Peripheral Russia under the Scope of Kaliningrad Oblast'. A Geographical and Geopolitical Study.
Created in 1945, Kaliningrad is an ethnically Russian autonomous entity of Russia but locked from its mainland since 1991 between Poland, Lithuania and the Baltic. A very strategic territory since its birth, it has become again a hot spot in the context of East-West new rivalry since 2014 & remains...
A public support for creative innovation ? Public debates and diputes in France about the Prime à la qualité (quality award) and the birth of the Groupe des Trente (1953-59)
The ‘Groupe des Trente’ is the name taken by a social movement of filmmakers that is formed in response to a reform of the distribution of short films process adopted by the National Center of Cinematography in 1953. The group is structured in association in 1954, then died during the late seventies...
The Dutch editions of the Avantures de Télémaque
The Dutch editions of the Avantures de Télémaque in French are numerous but also early (Moetjens, The Hague, 1699) and original (1719, Hofhout, Rotterdam, famous for the intelligence remarks of this allegoric poem, attributed to Limiers). The Wetstein edition (Amsterdam, 1734 in 40) is noticeable fo...
Heritage resources, a tool for adapting to change and a lever for tourism diversification?
International audience Face au renouvellement des pratiques touristiques et à l’évolution des organisations des territoires de montagne, l’enjeu de la diversification demeure une problématique clé dans les processus de développement. Longtemps cloisonnés à leur seule vocation touristique et de loisi...
Minority parties, parties ‘like others’? The experiences of the MDL in Bulgaria and UDMR in Romania
In the past decade, a wealth of literature has sought to elucidate the conditions for the emergence and sustainability of so-called ‘ethnic’ parties in post-communist plural societies. In most cases, these studies have attributed the electoral success of minority parties to the existence of a suppos...
Lynda Benglis — Robert Morris (1974), a plastic body economy across identity
In 1974, Lynda Benglis and Robert Morris jointly produce two images at the crossroads of artistic performance and advertising. They portray an ambivalent sexification of their bodies, between abstraction and sexuality. We will see how these two images resonate the gendered attributes from one body t...
The linguistic and cultural diversity in the Algerian education system
After fifty years of independence, the formalisation of the classical Arabic language, the use of Algerian spoken (derdj), the recognition of tamazight as the second official language and the ‘forced’ use of French, the ‘coloniale’ language, as the ‘foreign’ language, still mean, for most Algerians,...
At the border of the raw material: frozen in Yakoutie (Republic of Sakha)
The consumption of crus-frozen products is very delicate for Yakoutes. On closer inspection, the traditionally tested opposition between the baked and the raw must be increased by a third term, that of cru-frozen, deeply ambivalent, neither cooked nor raw. Evocative pleasure is accompanied by a prof...
Place of local distinctiveness and authenticity in tourism experiences: the case of Dalat, Vietnam
The territorial resource, by reactivating the local identity, and constituting the local action object, can be considered as a social construct that participates in the reconstruction and the specification of the destination which adds value and contributes to memorable tourism experience. The aim o...
Between liberalism, social democracy and European integration: a Scottish model?
compared to a British “norm”, questions about the way in which society is regulated and the penetration of external ideological influences arise in particular in Scotland, due to its unique identity and its own geopolitical positioning within the European space. This article will focus on defining t...
Identity configurations or how to study geopolitical identities
The Pueblos languages of New Mexico: identity and policy cement of secrecy
Experience and movement: cooperation, religion and identity in the Basque Country and Quebec
also published in the ‘Regionalism and Federalism’ Collection, No 9, in J. Palard, A.-G. Gagnon and B. Gagnon (dir.), Diversity and identities in Quebec and in the regions of Europe, Brussels: PIE-Peter Lang, 2006, ISBN: 90-5201-054-4
Who belongs to peace?
since 1982, Casamance, a region in southern Senegal, has been the subject of an independent claim made by the Movement of Democratic Forces in Casamance (MFDC). The political demand, driven by a minority of Joola, used identity language, recalibrating and crystallising the cultural capital Joola. It...
Region and Generation: Algeria’s South and the challenges of visibilisation of politics
The South has been ‘docilised’ by the creation of mediation bodies operating in cooperation and manipulation. It is only after a governance cycle lasting more than 50 years that a new generation calls for change. What socio-political dynamics have prevailed in the central region of South Algeria sin...
The 1897 census
Summary The study of Russia’s first and single imperial census in 1897 highlights a twofold aspect of the national issue at the end of the imperial period, namely the resistance of non-Russian subjects to state centralisation companies and the poorly ensured search for a new imperial representation,...
Speech and erasure pathways: a study of the Indian figure in Canadian and French literature in the 19th century
The American figure has lived in Quebec and Canadian/French imagination since the onset of the colony. Several well-known criticisms, such as Maurice Lemire, Fernand Dumont and Gérard Bouchard, have confirmed their presence, not to say ubiquitous, in political and cultural discourse in Quebec. Howev...