Query : reception studies
- Adrian Hale3
- W. Weng3
- Agata Hołobut2
- Aliona Matiychak2
- Ana Sílvia Lopes Davi Médola2
- Andrieu, Bernard2
- Andriy Karpenko2
- Barbau, Clémentine2
- Barnsley, Sarah2
- Bastin-Hammou, Malika2
- Bernat Castany Prado2
- Besson, Anne2
- Bock, Nils2
- Carroy, Jacqueline2
- Cimara Valim de Melo2
- Cristine Fickelscherer Mattos2
- D. C. Zemp2
- Elena Di Giovanni2
- Elvezio Canonica2
- Farges, Patrick2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences120
- Gender Studies118
- Art and Art History97
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology87
- Cultural Heritage and Museology84
- Musicology and Performing Arts81
- Political Science64
- Classical Studies57
- Communication Sciences43
- Methods and Statistics30
- Architecture and Space Management21
- Archaeology and Prehistory19
- Biological Anthropology11
- Environmental studies9
- Economies and Finances8
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...
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...
Evaluation of the implementation of the summer francisation and socialisation camps for young migrant pupils newly arrived in Quebec
The growth of immigration flows in Canada leads to a diversification of the Canadian population and increases the need to adapt the services offered in the reception of native speakers. In Quebec, childhood and adolescence, it is often via the Reception and Support Services for Francisation (SASAF),...
A microcosm out of time
In 1939, Marion Post Wolcott, a young photographer recently engaged by the Farm Security Administration, travels for a few months in Florida. Post Wolcott began to develop a particular interest in the region’s grasping contrasts: along the coast, the migrant camps and the fields devastated by drough...
Fundamental Bass Theory in France. A study of its transmission and its didactisation in the XVIIIth century
This work is concerned with the analysis of the integration, didactisation and modification of Rameau’s theory, as well as of its status and definiteness in the second half of the XVIIIth century in France, via the study of the didactic treatises on music. This thesis aims in understanding and expla...
MAD movies and the fantastic screen: a story of French fantastic cinema prism in the specialist press (1977-1988)
In line with cultural history and reception studies, this memory questions the history of French fantastic cinema through two specialist magazines: MAD Movies and the Fantastic screen. While it is often a question of a renewal of this cinema today, different periods of its history remain unknown and...
The city as context: culture and scale in new immigrant destinations
In this paper, we heed the recent call by migration and urban studies scholars to bring questions of space, locality and culture squarely into discussions of immigrant incorporation. While many urban studies scholars focus on how specific “global cities” influence and are influenced by worldwide eco...
Digital Humanities Seminar at the House of Human Sciences in Brittany (MSHB)
On Thursday 8 February 2018 a seminar on Digital Humanities was held at the House of Human Sciences in Brittany (MSHB) in Rennes. The guest to the seminar was Johanna Drucker, Professor at the Information Science Department of the University of California (UCLA) in Los Angeles. The aim of the semina...
The magistère intellectuel islamophobe d’Oriana Fallaci
In the last five years of her life, the journalist and writer Oriana Fallaci (1929‑2006) published three strongly Islamophobic pamphlets, which were widely acclaimed in Italy. They sold millions of copies and played a major role in structuring a national debate on intercultural relations and the sup...
created by a former Baltimore Sun journalist, David Simon, and a former police officer, Ed Burns, and screened by great names of the American black novel, The Wire has become a worship. It is an effective tool for discussing and debating the issues around popular neighbourhoods, based on grassroots...
A beauvoirian legacy: domestic work in the perspective of the materialist feminism of Christine Delphy
In the 70s, Christine Delphy presents the perspective of materialist feminism focusing on unpaid domestic work. Delphy’s analysis highlights the legacy of Beauvoir’s thinking, since it repeats criticism of classical marxism, while that theory does not spell out the conditions of oppression and explo...
Cancellation of ICI using the five pesos
[ES] method is currently increasing the use of wireless communications not only for voice but also for packet transmission: UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, IEEE 802.11, etc. Increasingly, the aim is to provide more transmission capacity to users with the same resources, from operators, and to introduce new tech...
Call: “Imaginary Renaissance”
imaginary Renaissance: the reception of the Renaissance in contemporary culture (twenty-first centuries) EPHE/University of Rouen, 1-2 April 2016 Comité d’organisation Mélanie Bost-Fievet (EPHE), Perrine Galand (EPHE), Louise Katz (EPHE, CNRS-IRHT) and Sandra Provini (CEÉdI/Rouen) Image Credits: Ass...
Of the geometry and calculus of the infinitely small : the receptions of the Leibnizian algorithm in France (1690-1706)
This thesis is an attempt to reconstruct the reception history of Leibnizian calculus in French learned milieux (1690-1706). Two areas have been located: first among members of Malebranche’s circle, introduced to calculus by Jean Bernoulli, then the Académie des Sciences. In either case, the purpose...
The Litterature witness history — circulations and literary transfers East — Europe.
the third session of the Seminar Cultural History/Circulations, Reception, Mediation will take place on Monday, 18 February 2019, 17-19, Room Claude Simon, House of Research 4, rue des Irish, 75005 We have the pleasure of welcoming Zaïneb BEN Lagha, Arab Litterature Specialist, Department of Arab St...
Ibarra Peña, Alex. Chilean philosophy. The analytical tradition in the period of institutionalisation of philosophy. Bravo and Allende ": 2011, foreword by José Santos Herceg. 136 pp. ISBN 978-956-307-049-1
The present work of Alex Ibarra Peña contains the results of an investigation into the establishment of the field of studies linked to analytical philosophy in Chile. The author proposes an informative and critical task, indicating the novelty of his proposal. In other words, his task is to rescue,...
The advertising that has evolved with women? A reception study on ganery representations
The research aims to understand the role of advertising in the construction and consolidation of female ganery representations. Through the viewpoint of the reception studies, in conjunction with the gênery theorisation, it was investigated as adult women to take ownership of the ganery representati...
The life of Buda in Spanish (1890-1920)
In this trial the initial reception of Buda’s legend in Spanish, based on authors of panhispanic modernisation, with different perspectives, is reviewed from the last decade of the nineteenth century to the appearance of the book by José Vasconcelos, Indostanic Studies (1920), which sought to overco...
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-2012)
While throughout 2012 the celebration fasts will have been able to give Romusseauist criticism the image of a rich and varied discipline, flourishing with fringes and virtuosity, this efflorescence of the tricentenary of the birth of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-2012) struggling to mask the crisis an...
Methodological design for analysing the information treatment of energy policies in Spain and the participation of social organisations
.As the Spanish media reports on the energy sector?as represented by the main players: politics, industry, science and, in particular, social organisations? Responding to these questions is the objective of the first phase of the research project for research into information treatment of energy pol...
Media and migration in the Mediterranean. Internationalisation of knowledge?
based on a presentation of the interim results of a research project on “Media and Migration in the Euro-Mediterranean Area”, funded by the National Research Agency (ANR), the article provides a case study of the scientific and practical complexities characterising the internationalisation of knowle...
The Malebranchisms of the Enlightenment. Studies on the contrasting receptions of the philosophy of Malebrance, late XVII and XVIII centuries, D. Antoine-Mahut (ed.)
This collection of twelve studies has as its main objective to examine the reception of Nicolas Malebranch (1638-1715) in the philosophy of the Enlightenment, while offering a methodological reflection on philological and philosophical research through a sample of analyses and interpretations. The p...
Language in human evolution: socio-communicative details
It is all known that man is a compound of animal and intelligence that has the capacity to absorb the different realities surrounding them until they are amolfactory for themselves or for others. From the perspective of the reception of realities, it is almost entirely in line with the mental logic...
The Balkan Peninsula has been since Antiquity a zone of transition, meeting and confrontation among the great political and cultural configurations which have occupied this area. In these regards, the reception of the Byzantine patrimony has functioned as cultural cement especially since the Orthodo...
Dumas Père in the Catalan Theatre renewal trial: ‘embDon Juan de Maraña or the fall of an angel’/emb
‘titrebSummary’/titrebAnalyse of the Don Juan coin, translation — Catalan adaptation of Don Juan de Maraña or the fall of an angel of Dumas, by Salvador Vilaregut, and played, for the first time, on 30 October 1918 (Romea theatre in Barcelona), that is to say, on the eve of Toussaints, as the Spanis...