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Religions of Black Africa
Programme for the year 2006-2007: 1. The kañalen rite paradox — 2. Enlargements
Magic, rites, knowledge: a tradition of innovation? (two workshop of the GIS Religions Congress 2019)
on 8, 9 and 10 October 2019 in Lyon the International Congress of the GIS (Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifiques) “Religions: Practice, Texts, Powers” took place on the theme of tradition. This was an opportunity for Nicole Belayche (EPHE, PSL/AnHiMA UMR 8210) and Thomas Galoppin (ERC MAP, Toulouse/ERA...
Maria Antonia: The representation of black, black, his world and religion
There are no truths, only interpretations. Nietzsche From the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, a dialectically articulated national identity between hegemonic discourse and the cultural discourse of the Revolution began to be built. The new revolutionary national identity was shaped while addressing...
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A novel by Ernest Renan No 1005, 16-31 December 2009 Ernest Renan History of the study of the Greek language in the western part of Europe from the end of the fifth century to that of the nineteText introduced and edited by Perrine Simon-Nahum, Latin and Greek texts reviewed and translated by Jean-C...
Table Topics: "Learning from the Past? Facts and Fictions from Historical Societies with Greater Diversity" - The Case of 19th Century Ottoman Istanbul (Richard Wittmann)
Richard Wittmann (photo: Orient-Institut Istanbul) Lessons from the past can only be learned if we do not blindfold ourselves by ignoring sources available to us, be it accidental, deliberate, or as a result of methodological approach, argues historian Richard Wittmann. While the Ottoman capital Ist...
Recommendations for good professional practice: between positivism and systemaemia, the irruption of complexity
The generalisation of evaluation in the field of social and medical and social work responds to a request for state control and standardisation. This intention, which is strongly marked by positivist design, is reflected in recommendations for good professional practice. The way in which they are wr...
Bruno Duriez, François Mabille and Kathy Rousselet (dir.), Conconfessional NGOs. Religions and international action.
Paris, L’Harmattan, 2007, ‘Religions in Questions’, 282 pages. Reading note drafted by Axelle Brodiez-Dolino, available on Cairn.info
The legal framework for the intervention committees
At the gates of the European Union: British freeports and associated State aid issues
This paper is an update from an article published in Droit Maritime Français, n° 831 in January 2021, with the permission of the editor Deploying its vision of "Global Britain" in the port sector, the British government plans to create some free ports. In addition to an adapted customs regime, these...
Second day of ARGO studies (24 February 2012) — Ports: places of exchange, places of worship
On the first ARGO day (November 2010), we launched the project of a scientific network exploring the links between “marsibility, religion and economy in the ancient Mediterranean.” We considered this “conceptual triangulation” as a possible confrontational tool to shed light on a system of behaviour...
Religion, social commitment and women’s action
Colloque annuel 2021 de Christian Churches, Culture and Society in Contemporary Europe (CCSCE), Religion, social commitment and female agency. Encounters with subalternity and resilience , en ligne, 31 mai-3 juin 2021.
Religious pluralism in Islam, or awareness of alterity, by Eric Geoffroy
Eric Geoffroy, specialist in soufism, teaches Islamology at the University of Strasbourg. He is the author of numerous works, including Jihâd and contemplation (Dervy, 1997), the wisdom of Sufi masters (Grasset, 1998), Le moment Sufi (Actes Sud, 2000), Initiation to Soufism (Fayard, 2002), Islam wil...
Report by Angelo Brelich. Greek Gli EROI, a storico-Belaroso problemema "
Voicing my desire to her. Poetic and coming-out literary in the new ‘On Monday of Last Week’ and ‘Grace’
The article analyses the writing of desires in two news from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Chinelo Okparanta, and the relationship between transgression and subversive writing. Women’s desires are articulated around three ideas: the desired body and its construction, the role of religion and its impa...
Segregation may hide another. The distribution of pupils between classes to be taken seriously
The Wallonia-Brussels Federation (Belgium) is profoundly marked by academic and socio-economic segregation which is rooted in a particular organisation of the education system. Segregation between schools has been widely highlighted. Classroom segregation in schools has been little addressed in lite...
Conversions to Catholicism among Fin de Siècle Writers: A Spiritual and Literary Genealogy
During the last decade of the 19th century, a number of English writers converted to Roman Catholicism: the “Decadent” poets John Gray, Lionel Johnson and Ernest Dowson joined the Church in 1890 and 1891, while Oscar Wilde flirted with the Catholic faith during his college years at Oxford, and recei...
The archonte eponymous: Athenians’ (= Censor?) in the centuries?
the case of the archonte eponyma testifies to: the consubstantiality of religion and politics in the organisation of the city of Athenians from origins to the end of the democratic system; the difficulty of taking into account, in connection with Solon’s work, the most famous of eponyms, the investi...
Book : Shirin Naef, Kinship, law and religion
Shirin Naef Kinship, law and religion. An anthropological study of assisted reproductive technologies in Iran Francke Verlag: Tübingen Tübinger Studien zur Ethik - Tübingen Studies in Ethics, 7 ISBN : 978-3-7720-8616-8 Since the first IVF birth in 1990, the Iranian medical community has not only giv...
Chapter 6. Fixist theories in France before Darwin
How did paleontolologists, after 1882, integrate new discoveries? What facts have been brought to light? Why did they not contribute faster to the rebuttal of the dominant paradigm? What theories have been developed by creationists to maintain a possible agreement between science and religion? Cuvie...
Gorceix (Bernard) Friends of God in Germany in the century of Maître Eckhart
Séguy Jean. Gorceix (Bernard) Friends of God in Germany in the century of Maître Eckhart. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 59/2, 1985. pp. 263-264.
The C.F.D.T in question. The answer of Edmond Maire
Rochefort Agnès. The C.F.D.T in question. The answer of Edmond Maire. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 59/2, 1985. pp. 251-252.
Raymaekers (Paul) Desroche (Henri) The Administration and the Sacré. Religious speeches and political debates in Central Africa (1921-1957)
Asch Susan. Raymaekers (Paul) Desroche (Henri) The Administration and the Sacré. Religious speeches and political debates in Central Africa (1921-1957). In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 59/2, 1985. pp. 295-296.
The ruins of Subure
'pbThis digital edition were produced from a physical, sometimes old, medium kept in the legal depot of the National Library of France, in accordance with Law No 2012-287 of 1 ‘supber’/supb March 2012 on the exploitation of the unavailable books of the XXth’supbe’/supb century.’/PB ‘PBL’. Knight, hi...
Michel (Henri) And Warsaw was destroyed
Michel Patrick. Michel (Henri) and Warsaw were destroyed. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No 59/2, 1985, p. 285.
Tietz (Manfred) Kapp (Volker) eds La Pensée Religious in 17th century literature and civilisation in France
Goichot Emile. Tietz (Manfred) Kapp (Volker) eds La Pensée Religious in 17th century literature and civilisation in France. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 59/2, 1985. pp. 307-308.