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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...
The evolution of the bizarre and fantasmatic myth of the fountain woman in the face of the lack of knowledge and representation of female sexuality
The fountain woman is a marginalised and fanciful female figure for several centuries. Due to the invisibility of the body, the female genital system and more specifically the clitoris since the 18th century, the figure of the fountain woman is struggling to assert itself as a common figure for all...
Exhibition: The Corps and the De Donatello Ages in Michel-Ange. The Italian Renaissance sculptures, Paris, Museum of Louvre, from 22 October 2020 to 18 January 2021
With more than 150 works, this exhibition, organised together with the Castello Sforzesco Museum in Milan, unveiled the main lines of force that went through Italy in the second half of the Quattrocento and culminated in the early 16th century at a time when the Renaissance sculpture was reached. Th...
Appropriation and use of semiotic tools for innovative design and engineering education
There is an intensive growth of sociotechnical tools which are helpful for various tasks. These tools are becoming more and more visual, semiotic, graphic in contrast to written texts. A particularly appropriate domain for their use is individual or collaborative design. In the context of a project,...
Matthew Barney, or the body as machine
From a love and body language in Le Rouge and Noir
TROPICS decided to dedicate a Hors-Serial to a few authors to the programme for the aggregation of modern Letters. This volume is the digital version of the communications made during the aggregation day of 30 November 2013 (Saint-Denis de La Réunion, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, DIRE). The ar...
Louis Guilloux, between tradition and modernity : the poetics of space and body in Louis Guilloux's novels
If the writing of the settings and of the character seems, at first, to belong to traditional aesthetics in fiction, with its realism and satirical aim, it is soon clear that Guilloux stands between tradition and modernity. Intertextual references, metaleptical devices show the writer's reflectivene...
The field of eurocracy The field of eurocracy: A sociology of EU political staff
“L’Eurocratie”: the word exists in all languages and alphabets of the European Union. But beyond the more or less fantastic representations that this word conveys, be it parliamentarians, Commissioners, officials, permanent representatives, lobbyists and interest representatives, members of the Gove...
Tunisia and Egypt in the polls! Revolution or restoration of electoral sociology?
this article aims to reflect on how the 2011 and 2012 elections in Tunisia and Egypt can change our approaches to the Electoral Act. Against the background of political uncertainty, he questioned these elections ‘not like the others’ from two angles: it calls, first of all, not to confine itself to...
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
Movement in language: a literary representation of the indicible
This memory presents a reflection on the narrative of the indicible. Its study is essentially unattacked because it is inexplicable and/or unexpressed and consists of an attempt to unmask it, and to understand what literary architecture (s) allow it to be revealed. This analysis will deepen the lite...
Illness and introspection
this article examines the kind of photographic portrait and dead nature by linking them to the depiction of the disease and body deformation. A corpus of photographic images of the artist J.-P. Witkin, which show bodies affected by organ malfunction, are analysed. The latter are not depicted as livi...
‘The open body’ means: An anthropological and anatomical view from the iconographic representations
A from the manufacture of Vésale in 1542 gradually developed a new representation of the human body, which the anatomical images translate and which they help to forge by combining the gestures of artists and anatomists. An anthropological study of some of these images will highlight two “anthropolo...
Body, No 3: “Corps et Couleurs”
Through different cultures and disciplines, the fascinating articles of this Corps issue, “Corps et Couleurs”, explore the portrayal of the body and colour in indigenous societies, ancient Greece and modern and post-modern Europe. In the interview of Gilles Boëtsch with Philippe Descola, who opens t...
Blood in Spain
Fascin blood. Still today, it has a burden of emotion and mystery, rooted in the old systems of representation, from the end of the Middle Ages to the 18th century. Old medicine places blood in the four humour system and makes it a real ‘life treasure’, associating it with the ‘minds’ — which are th...
Women “upgraded” for a new Nation (Côte d’Ivoire, 1964)
Summary ‘! — Back to the line. Do not delete --b’? line-break? b In Côte d’Ivoire, when the Civil Code was voted in October 1964, Fraternité, the newspaper of the single ruling party, illustrates family change with the portrait of two women, the ‘woman of yesterday’ and ‘the woman of today’. This ar...
Discontinuities of architectural design processes: Crises of the Representation?
faced with the perceived limits of consciousness, humans naturally develop to act in an enhanced, evolutionary and operational configuration of real life, a real one which can then be described as increasing. In both science and daily life, the actual input depends on the observer, the observation t...
From La Raie de Chardin to the Écorchés de Houdon: the decomposed image of the body and its challenges in the 18th century aesthetics
The decomposed body representation in La Raie de Chardin and the Écorchés de Houdon is indicative of the aesthetic questions of the 18th French century. The codes for the body figure are called into question: Chardin drew the limits of the imitation of the ‘beautiful nature’, while Houdon was pushin...
Naked, young, trained bodies. On the iconography of nakedness in the first half of the 20th century in Germany
Der Aufsatz skizziert die Bedingungen für die Entstehung eines ›neuen Aktes‹ in den in Deutschland produzierten Bildern der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Im Zusammenhang mit der Entwicklung der Bildproduktions- und Reproduktionstechniken befreit sich die Darstellung des nackten Körpers von den...
The clip as a form of musical/visual expression: for an aesthetic view of the musical/image relationship
This article proposes a reflection on the expressive specificity of music video. Based on the analysis of four clips, it deploys the challenges related to the chronological and compositional “primacy” of music over images within this creative sector. Beyond its epistemological contribution (how coul...
A small nuance of the viewer’s eye
This article explores how the viewer’s eye perceives the script visual in a live performance. Rarely raised to a level of consciousness, its multiple components — scenography, moving body, costumes, light, screenings — offer a mobile and dynamic landscape that varies according to the viewer’s place,...
‘Read in body: the symptomatic reading of the smell of saintness’ — Manon Raffard in La part and all: Partitions and (re) body compositions in the nineteenth century, SERD Doctorals, 2021
Author’s summary: Through the novels of the Goncourt brothers, Huysmans, Zola and Lemonnier, this article explores the literary representation of the smell of saintness in the light of the main epistemological speeches of the second half of the 19th century. In this anti-erical intellectual context,...
Musical bodies in the theatre of the 21st and 21st centuries: forms and challenges
nowadays, dramaturges, actors or directors refer to music as a major component of their work or even a ‘writing model’. The aim here is to study this phenomenon from a body perspective, and to explore how the body is linked to music (whether literal or more symbolic), both in texts and in the scenes...
Copi's theatre : trans processes and strategies : a Queer approach
Copi’s theatre leads straight to a universe full of violence and transgression; two highly distinctive features of a unique author who exposes himself dealing with complex topics and polemics such as sexuality in a decade (the 1970’s) in which the revolutionary spirit tends to fight for freedom of b...
Tennis, Leisure class and new body representations at Belle Époque
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe modern tennis is a good indicator of the advent of a leisure society in the 19th century. In order to identify this change, it is necessary to jointly identify the main features of the social organisation and the main representations of the body that make it meaningful. The...