Query : terminologie
- Gaudin, François19
- Humbley, John15
- Gautier, Laurent13
- Beltran-Vidal, Danielle10
- Arnaud, Pierre J. L.9
- ICiMa, Chaire5
- Picton, Aurélie5
- Renwick, Adam4
- Farge, Sylvain3
- Josselin-Leray, Amélie3
- Larcher, Pierre3
- Maniez, François3
- Renner, Vincent3
- Ah-Thion, Oona2
- Aït El Mekki, Touria2
- Barbara Godard2
- Bastin, Georges L.2
- Benoit Léger2
- Bilodeau, Catherine2
- Bourigault, Didier2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences156
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology66
- Art and Art History45
- Classical Studies45
- Musicology and Performing Arts41
- Communication Sciences39
- Archaeology and Prehistory38
- Gender Studies37
- Cultural Heritage and Museology36
- Political Science31
- Methods and Statistics24
- Architecture and Space Management20
- Biological Anthropology12
- Economies and Finances11
- Environmental studies11
The Vocabulary of Demography, from its Origins to the Present Day: A Digital Exploration
Launched at the end of 2010, Ngram Viewer can be used to detect trends in word usage in the millions of documents digitized by Google Books, covering a period from the sixteenth century up to the present day (eighteenth century for the French corpus). This article exploits the capabilities of this n...
Biotites and chlorites as interlayered biotite-chlorite crystal
With transmission electron microscopy at high resolution, it can be frequently observed in biotites and chlorites that there is mixing of unit biotite and chlorite layers. According to the usual terminology, these crystals are biotite-chlorite interstratifications. In this paper, we shall use "bioch...
Audrey Dauchy (Paris) Service and Work Contracts in the legal doctrine of the 12nd to 16th century
summary in German of the presentation of 11 December 2017: Les contrats de location de service et d’ouvrage dans la doctrine juridique du XIIe au xvie siècle
How can the change be carried out in order to optimise pedagogical scenarios?
this communication proposes to draw up a number of findings drawn from readings in the field of e-learning and, more specifically, from the CTBT’s psycho-social approach in pedagogical scenarios, thereby clarifying the terminology used to designate this area. Our approach, from the perspective of th...
John Humbley, The terminological neology
With this large volume prefaced by Rita Termmerman, John Humbley presents, in 12 chapters and almost 500 pages, an encyclopaedic sum of his work, carried out over more than twenty-five years, presented very precisely by the publisher as the ‘first historical, geographical and methodological synthesi...
Translating the terms of the future : Analysis of the treatment of fiction terms in the translation from English to French of science fiction literature
Science fiction literature is rooted in logic and scientific method and is full of lexical creations that are supposed to reflect a future state of the lexicon, the fiction terms. In this context, the question of the translation of lexical creations is particularly important as the terms in the targ...
The reception areas for Christians from the Sassanide Empire (III-7th centuries)
Simon Brelaud (Paris-Sorbonne University) Votive Plaque de Bazyān, Museum of Souleimaniye (© L. Mazou, French Archaeological Mission de Bazyān), using Western terminology in the byzantin empire, none the less referred to the reality of hospitality that was unique to Christians’ experiences in a sass...
Conceptual metaphors in biomedical translation and coherence
According to Lakoff and his collaborators, the human being formulates his ideas using inter alia ‘metaphoric expressions’ which are the surface expression of ‘conceptual metaphor’ structuring a field: this consists of using the terms and conceptual structure of one domain to describe another. Indeed...
Quantifying water uses: a terminological and conceptual clarification to resolve confusion
This article highlights the existing confusion about the terms used in the work on water uses: requirements, requests, inputs, consumption, levies. We propose a terminology framework adapted to the challenges of quantifying these terms, which is necessary for the monitoring of integrated water resou...
Beginnings of a European Project: Feminisms and Translation Studies
The possibility and necessity of calibrating the C-14 dates of the Middle East archaeology
The publication of a correction table for radiocarbon dates covering at least Holocene can now help to eliminate some confusion in the terminology of the C-14 dates of the Middle East archaeology. Having set out why and how these corrections are made, it is recommended that they should now be made s...
Canada’s Michel Tremblay : des Belles Soeurs à For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again
This article examines the representation of Michel Tremblay’s drama as proposed by two English translations completed twenty-five years apart : Les Belles Soeurs, translated by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco and produced in Toronto in 1973; For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, translated by Linda...
‘Uxor and coniux’: the name of the wife in the Roman Gaule (Ier s. J.-C. — IV s. Cape. J.-C.)’. Master’s degree in ancient History, University P. Mendès-France, Grenoble II, (Dir. N. Mathieu), 2010
This work aims to capture, through a comparative analysis, the two conjugal terms uxor and coniux based on epidemic material from the Gaule and the Alps. This survey focuses on understanding the different facets of the expression of the marital link and their terminology. The corpus is the result of...
Interview with Lionel Salem. Adventures and mistakes of a science dictionary
Terminological treatment: from skin to leather
The authors, a group of students, propose a terminology methodology they apply in the leather field. Literature research, the development of the field tree, the development of the computer sheet and theoretical questions are dealt with in the course “Theoretical Terminology and Practice 2” given by...
Fortifying the Alps in the Middle Ages (5th — 16th centuries): from Rhône to Durance. Report on the Collective Research Project
The PCR fortifying the Alps in the Middle Ages, involving around ten researchers (doctoral candidates, archaeologists, academics) has just completed its probationary year at the end of 2019. It was born out of the observation of the scarcity of castellology research in the south-east quarter and its...
Homosexuality and terminology in Tunisia
Marta Luceño MorenoDocteure in Information and Communication at the University of Liège, post-doctoral candidate 2018-2019 at the University of Tunis (TTM Unit), a researcher associated with IRMC, is currently conducting a research programme on the representation of LGBTQI society in the media in...
Translating the blurring? The translation of legal standards between terminology and discursive semantic
[Problematics and objectives] This Communication, which is part of the “international norms” axis of the day of study, has traditionally its starting point in the intrinsic links between law and language. Instantiated at terminological level, they lead to legal terminology being presented as soluble...
Clive R. Sneddon, On the creation of the “Old French Bible”
by studying the manuscripts and characters of translation (prologics, gloses), the article tries to identify the context in which the 18th century Bible (in the terminology of S. Berger) was created. He concluded by making the assumption that the text had been produced by Dominican people in Orléans...
Doctors and the causes of neonatal death in Scotland in the second half of the nineteenth century
This paper examines causes of neonatal death in two contrasting Scottish communities in the second half of the nineteenth century. Individual death certificates allow comparison of the causes as recorded by different doctors and by lay informants. The paper finds that doctors almost always offer a m...
La traduction biblique : Modèle des Modèles?
Jean Darbelnet (1904-1990)
Christian Gottlieb Broeder in Rußland
Als Untersuchungsgegenstand wurden fünf zwischen 1811 und 1844 in Rußland erschienene Übertragungen zweier Latein-Grammatiken des deutschen Schulbuchautors Christian Gottlob Bröder (1744-1819) gewählt, dessen Name lange Zeit nicht nur in Deutschland, sondern auch in Rußland Gattungsbegriff für die l...
Let us not divide the “competences”
National audience. This article proposes a defence of the use of the concept of competence to think about the aims of teaching against the philosophical and political criticisms that have been levelled against it.