Query : reception
- Bock, Nils10
- Graf, Klaus10
- Renaut, Olivier9
- Glinoer, Anthony7
- Mirosław Mrozkowiak5
- Besson, Anne4
- Camps, Jean-Baptiste4
- Carmen M. Pujante Segura4
- Eliany Alvarenga de Araújo4
- Roland Hadlich4
- Sergio Ojeda Mora4
- Adrian Hale3
- Aulanier, Audran3
- Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas3
- Colombo Timelli, Maria,3
- Constantin ŞCHIOPU3
- Famerée, Joseph3
- Fort, Pascal3
- Giuseppe Gambazza3
- Grenouillet, Corinne3
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences909
- Art and Art History673
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology610
- Political Science574
- Gender Studies570
- Musicology and Performing Arts532
- Cultural Heritage and Museology500
- Classical Studies314
- Architecture and Space Management305
- Methods and Statistics258
- Communication Sciences244
- Archaeology and Prehistory153
- Biological Anthropology101
- Economies and Finances63
- Environmental studies56
Adaptation and redevelopment of sources in the Anonyme Troyana of 1490
The article goes back to the writing and reception conditions of the Anonymous Creyana of 1 490. The chronker does not just comment on or translate his sources, the sumas of Leomarte historia troyana and the Historia destructionis troiae of Guido delle Colonne. On the contrary, it enriches them with...
Reception of caustic models in the illustrated century
With the authorisation of the publisher for this chapter. This work has been co-financed with funds from Project I d FFI2011-27449 ‘The fee for the Caucasus lyric: constitution, transmission and history (III)’, subsidised by the State Secretariat for Research, Development and Innovation (MINECO).
What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant
How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation? Starting from thisquestioning, this thesis invests the environment of those who have carried facial transplantprojects, and those who have debated about them, during the years 2000 and 2010 in Franceand the United Kingdom. It...
About the reception of a New town : Sabaudia from his fondation (1934) to his 80 years (2014)
The town of Sabaudia was built between 1933 and 1934 in the Pontine Marshes, Italy. It forms part of a sanitization and country-planning project led by the fascist regime. Its architecture is classified as «rationalist», «modern» by the quality of its plan, open towards the landscape and its archite...
Online review: Special device 2008 The city in humanities
Source Sandra Fiori Lien to the articles Introduction La Vestige Vestige Jacques boulet Palais-Royal (1624-1986) Adil Alkenzawi The new facades of architecture Sandrine Amy H. Arendt and Greek city. Action, reception and Georgia Athnassopoulo The city toothed: Arendt, W. Benjamin and Baudelaire Jean...
Idiomy of universalism and forenames of one’s own. Frank Stella and American formalism
The article raises the issue of the role of titles in abstract art and the question of their status as verbal artefacts of their own reference, intertextual and literal meaning. By focusing on the series of images of the American artist Frank Stella, the author follows the changes in their reception...
Urban policy and housing policies in Morocco: uncertainties of a strategy
The Moroccan State’s strategy since independence has been aimed at limiting the weight of cities and maintaining rural rural areas in the countryside by means of a rural spatial planning and equipment policy, a refusal of industrialist choice. Despite this proactive attitude, public action has at th...
Gallicanism and the building of the State (1563-1905)
By the properties that characterize it, Catholic Church is often considered, following the example of the State, as a legal system which takes place inside and outside State. Before the 1905 Act, Gallicanism struggles for independance of the Church of France and the State against papacy, encouraging...
In Search of Lao She's Original Style : a Study on the French versions of his novels
As one of the most eminent writers of modern Chinese literature, Lao She tries to, through his literary creation, revive old Peking with its people, with Peking flavor and humor constituting the two most characteristic features of his style. These stylistic features that are rooted in Chinese cultur...
Illustrated justice. : Justice in the illustrated newspapers of the Third Republic (1890-1914)
Based on the idea that images play a fundamental role for justice, as shown by all the iconographic representations, the symbols and the rituals used by the judiciary institution, this study in history of law focuses on the discourse conveyed by the prints of the illustrated newspapers of the Third...
Valentín Núñez Rivera, Cervantes and the genera of fiction. Madrid, Prosa Barroca and Sial Ediciones, 2015. 346 p.
is a collection of independent works, published separately between 2003 and 2015, that book, in the words of its author, offers us ‘a route from the origins of various genres of the Gold fiction to their subsequent reception by Cervantes, crucible and figure of the various genera of entertainment in...
In the Name of the British People: Words and Democracy in Three Post-Brexit Films
International audience At a time when the British political scene and media environment have been saturated with references to “the people” and “the people’s voice”, films may seem the ideal means to question what it means to “represent” something or someone, and reveal how the term of “people”, whi...
Workshop “Words of Heritage in Urban and Architectural Projects in Indonesia and Thailand: Circulation, reception, creation” - December 7th, 8th and 9th, 2015 - CMU Art Center, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.
Workshop “Words of Heritage in Urban and Architectural Projects in Indonesia and Thailand: Circulation, reception, creation” Date : December 7th, 8th and 9th, 2015 Place : CMU Art Center, Chiang Mai University, Thailand Organizers research centres: The Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University (Th...
From text to Representation: receptions of La Femme rompue
The collection of new La Femme rompue was published just before the May 68 events in January of that year. The eponymous story appeared in the ELLE magazine in the previous autumn, illustrated by Simone de Beausee’s cadette sister, Hélène de Beausee. Despite poor critical reception, success is happe...
From text to non-text From text to non-text: The construction of the character and its reception in the novels illustrated by Pierre Joubert
Chapter III. The Heidegger reception: Jean Beaufret between Sartre and Merleau-Ponty
Person was not surprised to see the name of Jean Beaufret associated with Heidegger: for thirty-six years — from 1946 to 7 August 1982, when he died — Jean Beaufret devoted all his educational and hermeneutical efforts to the introduction, defence and illustration of Heidegger’s work in France. But...
Tôkyo 2020: toilet hunting starts
by Elsa Pecqueur. In 2017 there was a call for an increase in ‘universal ’ or ‘transgender’ toilets (daredemo toire) , aimed at meeting demand from Japanese users but also offering easier access to people with reduced mobility in Tôkyo before the Olympic Games (OJ) 2020. Again in 2018, Japan d...
Xenia and hospitality gifts: a visit to the Lyon Confluence Museum
Report on the HosperAnt Hospitality, Reception and Housing Seminar (9 April 2018, ENS de Lyon) — I Michèle Girod and Guilhem Girard Les Xenia, by Bernadette Cabouret ‘Les Xenia, (de * xen-, Xenia, xenizein) or hospitality gifts, go through the whole history of antiquity and are part of a process cod...
Systems of fear : a transmedia approach of horror in literature and video games
The aim of this thesis is to study the stakes and strategies behind the apparition of fear in novels and video games. Through a comparative approach, I intend to theorize the bridging of these mediums and the paradigms structuring scary fictions. At the core of this work lie the ability of video gam...
Virgilio Etruria: imagination and reality
The article investigates Virgilio’s reception of the Etruscan world as evidenced by his great poema. The initial pages note that, while the lives of the poet give relatively little weight to his claim Etrusca Origo, the role assigned to Etruschi in Eneide is very important. There is no doubt that th...
Exil: Interacting, building the NLE-IRIS/EHESS healthcare facilities/Seminar on 10 May 2019
The next session of the seminar away from exile will exceptionally take place, in collaboration with COMEDE, Médecins sans Frontières and ANR Liminal: Exil: Interact, build care facilities 17h30-20h30, centre for reception and medical and administrative guidance for unaccompanied minors Médecins Wit...
Becoming revolutionary : enquiry on Marxist intellectuals in France (1968-1990s) : contribution to a social history of ideas
How can we explain that "revolutionary" ideas became so influential in the years opened by the crisis of May-June 1968 in France? And how do we explain their collapse? Who were the "Marxist intellectuals" in France during the years 1968-1981? And what became of them during the 1980s, traditionally d...
These children who emigrate alone
The CNRS newspaper has just published an article, with our collaboration, on the reception of migrant minors in Europe. The article makes a clear summary of the difficulties faced by young foreigners seeking protection in Europe. The article is available online at: CNRS The Journal: These children e...
Hélène Ibata. The Challenge of the Sublime. From Burke’s Philosophical Enquiry to British Romantic Art
Edmund Burke’s Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1757) is of one of the most well-known texts of eighteenth-century British art and aesthetics alongside with Hogarth’s Analysis of Beauty (1753) and Reynolds’s Discourses at the Royal Academy (1769 – 1790...
Marginal: in the archive of the Swedish Academy
The famous Russian philosopher Nikolay Berdyaev, who lived in emigration in Paris, was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1942-1948. The nominations to the Swedish Academy were regularly addressed by Lund Professor of Philosophy Alf Nyman, an expert review — an abstract of almost 90 page...