This blog, which emanates from the seminar A19, part of the Research Laboratory on Anglophone Cultures LARCA-UMR at the university Paris-Diderot, is committed to synthezising and distributing information about the activities of the group professors, researchers, doctoral candidates as well as French and international research on nineteenth-century Americanist studies. Focused on nineteenth-century US literature, A19 will also be glad to consider the numerous ways nineteenth-century US literature interacts with history, philosophy or sciences on a more global scale. This blog provides information on historical accounting research projects, bibliography, chronology, archives, book reviews and links.
Il s'agit d'une plateforme de partage entre jeunes chercheurs. This blog aims to report the activities led by the association Absolument Contemporain, and to distribute news about research in contemporary art. It is a sharing platform between contemporary art historians. The project compares academic practices and cultures of SSH research in France, Germany, the UK and the US, particularly in two fields with distinct knowledge traditions and institutional cultures: linguistics and sociology.
This blog will document the judicial proceedings and collect information and empirical material in preparation of a planned research network on the suppression of academic freedom and on the persecution of critical academics by means of legal instruments in Turkey and other countries. Its aim is, on the one hand, to create an archive of factual and up-to-date information that researchers, journalists and others with an interest in the topic can use.
On the other hand, this blog will provide contextualization and analysis from a variety of different disciplines and theoretic approaches. The Blog is published by Academics for Peace Germany e. This research group aims to bring together researchers whose interest lies in accents, whether national, regional or social, and to create a space of exchange information, analyses, debates , with regards to the social stereotypes, discriminations and other prejudices associated with the perception of accents.
This network was initially launched by researchers working on French accents in Canada and in France, but now sees itself as an inclusive group and welcome researchers interested in other areas or other languages, and coming from various fields not only linguistics, sociolinguistics, phonetics, etc. This blog documents our group's research on the "Provisional Central Power for Germany" in the Revolution of and reports on current developments in historical debate on the Revolution of and its position in the political history of the 19th century.
Acides members, coming from the different social sciences, are interested in the evolutions of higher education, in France and worldwide. We investigate the structures and the funding of Higher education, as well as the curricula, and also the link between two aspects. It disseminates the information about our scientific activities and gathers the written, visual and oral documents of our meetings.
With this blog, we would like to present our research on Japanese acrobats who came to work in France and on their imitators We will introduce the evidence and discuss issues such as japonisme, identity and racial discourse. The blog is designed to present the work of the ACTECH project and to illustrate the scientific results and the activities performed to both the academic world and the general public. It will offer updates about the archaeological mission in northern Jordan JHAS and the outreach activities related to the project.
In addition, the blog aims to make the architectural heritage of northern Jordan more widely known to the general international public, on the one hand, and to sensitize the local population to the protection and valorization of their cultural heritage, on the other. Finally, it will be used as a dynamic platform among researchers working on built heritage in the Mediterranean basin from the Roman to the Islamic era; for this reason it is presented in English and Arabic.
The blog will disseminate information from the ActInfo research chair, on the use of information on competetive insurance markets. This notebook is the logbook of the Edmond Rostand public library Paris The library will therefore refound itself around this new fund, which will bring identity and visibility to the institution.
L'objet de ce carnet est donc le texte de Nietzsche. Through transdisciplinary and transnational perspectives, this institute will focus on public and collective action. With this blog, we want to exchange wih researchers, students and everyone who feels concerned with these matters, because we think it is an urgency to open research to all kind of The purpose of this project is to put in place an innovative model focused on the development of competencies for students of the TFG of the Degree in History of Art and of the TFM of the Master in Advanced Methods and Techniques for historical, artistic and geographic location research.
Itinerary of Art History. The aim is to facilitate for interested students some virtual instruments and procedures, which make easier the development and enrichment of their work. This project means to encourage them to introduce virtual reconstructions and interpretations about events and phenomena of art history. Therefore, we want to provide the TFG and TFM students with some tools and basic knowledge, which can be useful for the presentation of their historical-artistic researches.
Actuality of the ancient studies is dedicated to the researches about ancient studies, limited to the Greek and Roman world. It intends to propose a new support in history and archaeology for students and professors to promote the ancient studies by the contribution of resources of valuation and researches.
L'association a pour but de mettre en valeur et en commun les travaux des doctorants du laboratoire. The development of services based on distributed architectures is claiming its place among the most important evolutions of the Internet and communication networks in general.
It deals with existing research results, produced earlier by the members of the consortium and future results that will be released after common analysis of databasis. Facing climate change, the blog show the way inhabitants cope with flood risk. The blog also offers a bibliography and and up to date state of the art. Elle est, ensuite, utile aux autres chercheurs, qui peuvent utiliser ce vivier librement. Les radars scientifiques ont pour objectif de rendre les veilles accessibles au plus grand nombre. This emblematic ritual rhythm is used in this research blog as a metaphor for religious circulations, ritual embodiments, Atlantic roots, and musical-aesthetical values.
This Blog aims at highligting the work conducted at UMR ADES, a interdisciplinary joint research unit active in the field of cultural and forensic anthropology, law, ethics and health issues. Adlige Bildungsideale im Europa des September Jahrhunderts in vergleichender, transfer- sowie beziehungsgeschichtlicher Perspektive befassen. The research group on German-Dutch history runs this international and multilingual blog as a platform for scholars interested in the entangled histories of the Netherlands and Germany during the "long 20th century". The blog presents the joint activities of the research group as well as the individual research interests of its members.
It is especially designed to facilitate the exchange between Post-docs and PhD-students in the periphery with those in the centers of German-Dutch co-operation. Since its establishment in , the association gathers researchers, teachers and students interested in Balkan societies, in France and more broadly in the French-speaking space. Thanks to these activities, the association represents an important space of discussion and exchange for different generations of scholars dealing with Balkan societies.
The purpose of the AFEC blog is to disseminate up-to-date information on research in the field of China studies, covering all periods from prehistory to contemporary China, and in all academic disciplines. This site highlights the current research on the study of Environment, Climate and human history during the Quaternary. He is directly linked to the association AFEQ — CNF INQUA, an interdisciplinary group gathering people from all scientific fields connected to this period archeologists, paleoclimatologists, geographers, geologists, geophysicists, geochemists, paleontologists, paleobotanists, soil scientists, zoologists.
This association makes also the link with the international scientific community. This site aims to be a place for exchange between members of the association and a window to adjacent themes through online information conferences, thesis prize, support for students. This blog highlights the progress of research around the study of environment, climate and human history during the Quaternary. It is directly connected to the association AFEQ - CNF INQUA, a pluridisciplinary and international group gathering scientitists from different fields archaeologists, botanists, climatologists, geographers, geologists, geophysicians, palaeontologists, palynologists, soils scientists and zoologists.
This group also promotes a link with the international scientific community of the Quaternary.
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This scientific blog aims to favor exchanges between the different members of the association with an open window toward neighbouring themes through online informations conferences, phD thesis award, student sponsorship. The Research group on budgetary matters GRAB - 19thst centuries is an interdisciplinary working group, designed as a forum for exchanges on sources, research methodology and data interpretation, open to all those interested - regardless of their disciplinary background political science, history, law, sociology, economics, etc.
This group is intended for public finance specialists as well as for those who focus on the analysis of a specific sector of public action culture, education, environment, justice, health, etc. This research notebook disseminates, for the benefit of the scientific community and the general public, the proceedings of the GRAB seminar, and various information relating to its activities. It relays scientific actuality and provides methodological tools in the fields of archaeology and history, in order to keep informed the community of africanists and to support PhD students in their research.
By building on a directory of theses and a participative monitoring, it aims to extend the network of researchers and to foster exchanges. This blog is dedicated to the pre-modern history of Eastern Africa, with special regard to cultural exchange both within this area and with other areas, such as the Mediterranean, the Near East, and northwestern Europe. Bringing together historians, art historians, archeologists, and anthropologists, the blog takes a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective.
Contributions linking the pre-colonial with more recent periods are equally welcome. These researchers chose to examine, in a comparative perspective and multidisciplinary social transformation in Africa and elsewhere. In add to the official site of the AFS French sociological association and its peer-reviewed journal Socio-logos , this blog aims to be a forum for sharing and communicating sociologically relevant ideas and views. The AFS, founded in , is open to all sociologists working in France, whatever their status. It seeks to organize and to represent the discipline.
At present the association counts over 1, members, involved into forty thematic networks and ten thematic groups. It means to promote the research and the diffusion of knowledge in the fields of sociology and other scientific approches of religion. Few aspects of the post-WWII world were unmarked by the ideological, cultural, political and economic confrontations of the Cold War.
The end of the Cold War and the collapse of the world views founded upon it have thus triggered an on-going and profound re-assessment of our understanding of the recent past. This research network adopts a comparative approach to analyse the processes and practices deployed in four former Cold War 'front line' countries, Spain, Indonesia, France and Chile as they try to make sense of this past and find a path to the future.
This blog presents the outcomes of the programme's activities and events, primarily a quarterly workshop, conferences and publications. The association AGER was created in February to promote research in the field of archaeology and history of rural Roman Gaul, to enhance its image and to stimulate research in this subject.
To this end it organizes a conference every two year, which proceedings are published. Its blog is a medium for the dissemination of scientific informations and research news, as well as a collaborative space for archaeologists and historians working on the rural Gallo-roman world. Quelles actions pour quelle situation? AGLOS aims to structure and expand an international and multidisciplinary research network to examine the transformations of Statistics in the era of big data. AHA - a workgroup for anthropological hybridisations - is a collective initiative led by some researchers of the Laboratory of Anthropology of Contemporary Worlds of the Free University of Brussels.
It aims at developping reflexions and experimental projects at the interface between social sciences and the world of arts and techniques. Blog of the Association of the modernist historians of the French universities. The notebook "AHMUF" presents the current events of the researches in modern history in France but also abroad: call to communications,seminars, colloquiums, publications …. Ces carnets prolongent avec vous le temps de ces ateliers.
Let's extend our discussions, methods, training and coding, together on this blog. Giuseppe Ungaretti, born in in Alexandria, formed in France, died in Milan in His life, which crosses continents because he lived in Brazil and translated from Portuguese, and which accompanies the major part of this long XXth century, from World War I through fascisms and World War II, until the hope of an European construction, adds an historical dimension to his work as a creator, a translator, a critic. This Carnet, carried by the Association Internationale Giuseppe Ungaretti, intends to federate the people and scholars willing to study or simply read his legacy.
Notebook of young researchers from different disciplinary backgrounds of availability of sources, references and reflections on visual and auditory paradigms of labor and social movement. AkaReup presents personal notes of a librarian working in an academic library. It theorizes certain professional practices, and presents practical implementations and DIY tools for professionals. Dieses Blog ist den Methoden der hilfswissenschaftlichen Interpretation von Verwaltungsakten als historischen Quellen gewidmet.
It relates my first doctoral field research conducted in Arabia, shortly before its opening to archaeological research. The Professor Nathalie Ludec heads the group between and The research group is studying different topics of interest for Latin America. It brings together French and foreign researchers from different disciplines. These ones working in a space of living and enriching exchange. With this seminar, we wish to look at the dialectical relationship between alienation and emancipation in the English-speaking world from the point of view of literature, linguistics, history and social sciences in general.
We will be looking at issues such as slavery, institutionalisation, prison, colonial alienation, among many other topics. This blog is intended to share information about the program of the seminar, but also to archive past presentations in order to give access to our debates to as many academics as possible. This blog has so far covered the CD releases, concerts and jazz festivals in France and the United States. While maintaining this focus, it now evolves, in connection with a research seminar set up in , toward the analyze of the contribution of Europeans to the vitality of jazz and the exchanges between Europe and the United States.
It is interested in modes of expression that register how cultures rub together to move one another, and particularly in how forms of disturbance — linguistic, political, demographic — create new spaces of meaning that can reach across distant worlds, connecting and shaping patterns of life in endless ways. Some of the work it presents stems out of the program in Cultural Translation at the American University in Paris and some out of the Centre for Expatriate and Migrant Writers in Paris. It reports our current research works.
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It presents research results, tools and practical which come in useful to professionals. Alter vs. This research blog is dedicated to diffuse the outcomes of the ANR project Altergrowth which deals with urban shrinkage in a comparative perspective France, Germany, United States.
In recent years, urban shrinkage has received growing attention among urban scholars. Initially circumscribed to old industrial cities, urban shrinkage is now considered as a structural phenomenon due to processes of uneven development, suburbanization and economic restructuring. Ce carnet a pour vocation de rendre compte des recherches d'une jeune chercheure, qui portent principalement sur des questions de diversification des modes de fourniture des services urbains essentiels dans les villes du Sud.
The purpose of this research blog is to report on the research of a young researcher, focusing on questions of diversification of the modes of provision of essentials urban's services in the cities of the South. In particular, the diversification of the waste management service through the integration of informal waste-pickers in South America and the electrical service in West Africa.
Die Kulturgeschichte der Religionen in Westeuropa im The blog "Actual Approaches and Methods in Classics" collects all the informations and proceedings of the seminar "What to do with Each session covers a notion, a theme or a domain and presents its grounds, dangers and recent progress, then gives a detailed example to understand the method. It is neither a seminar for beginners nor for specialists: if you have a coin or an anthroponym in your research and you do not know what to do with it, you will find the answer here!
This blog contains all the informations about the next sessions and the proceedings and other documents of past sessions. This blog identifies research goals, monitor the progress of research and exchange with AMELI edges multi-scale analysis program actors of the call for project DIVA "ecological continuity in rural areas and their interfaces " in spring The objective of AMELI is a multi-scale ecological study concerning mainly functions of farmland and their interfaces wooded or urban forming selvages hedgerows, riparian, forest edges, peri-urban areas in Poitou-Charentes and especially in the Bressuirais grove.
Readers are able to find information regarding the journal, current thematic calls for papers, participate in virtual discussions of "Americae's" content, and find brief news items of interest to the Americanist scholarly community. The study of the connections, exchanges and contacts around the Red Sea during the Pharaonic Antiquity is undergoing a complete renewal, in particular due to the excavations of the sites of Ayn Soukhna and Wadi el-Jarf, on the western coast of the golfe of Suez.
Elle publie des travaux pluridisciplinaires de chercheurs du Nord et du Sud. Cahiers Agricultures is a French scientific journal on world farming systems, how they are changing and their role in society. It publishes multidisciplinary articles by scientists from the North and South. Amoxcalli is an academic watch blog about American codices North-America and more specific Mesoamerica. It relays scientific news and provides methodological tools in the field, with the aim of keeping the public informed and providing research support for PhD students. By feeding a bibliography including a directory of theses, it aims to develop the network of French researchers and promote exchanges between researchers in the field and conservators who have custody of codices in heritage institutions.
The past evolutions and the current developments of the Horn of Africa are made up of turbulent and unpredictable realities. As analects, ie gathering of fragmentary and disparate observations, this blog intends to publish posts on various insights on ancient and contemporary societies of this region.
Posts can be singular observations from a field enquiry; critical notes on a text, an image or an object, or even comments of current events which can be discussed against the historical and anthropological knowledge about the region. It presents news concerning scientific events, publications, as well as methodological considerations or work-in-progress. The notebook of cultural valorization shows the translations of scientists' texts latin and greek discovered in the Navy Academy in Brest History Service of Defence and checked by a University's professor.
Its subject is about the History of sciences related of the material culture and the sea. This blog presents the news of archaeological and paleoenvironmental research in the South Caucasus in collaborations between Armenian, Georgian, Azerbaijani and French teams.
He was mobilised in August and served first as an infantryman and then soon became a stretcher bearer. In October , he was caught by Germans and spent nine months in a Prisoner-of-war-camp in Germany. On his return to France in July , Warnod depicted his experience of captivity in publications and drawings. Afterwards he joined the Russian Ambulance in France and later a camouflage section.
In , he was sent back to the western front, and he had had a traumatic experience while serving as a stretcher bearer, resulting in hospitalization. He ended the war as a secretary of general staff in Paris. It offers a precious point of view on his personal experience of war, his experience of captivity in Germany, the love and social relationships during the war, the art in times of conflict, and on his perception of shell-shock and madness.
Such publication is aimed not only at an audience of specialists but also at the persons interested in the cultural history of the First World War. AniMed, an interdisciplinary network for research on animals in ancient Mediterranean societies, cultures and environments, brings together participants from several French and European universities. This platform will provide the community with updates and publications related to a research project involving a pluridisciplinary research team. The Animots project wants to federate, in France and abroad, a structured research, whether medium or long term, into animals and animality in twentieth and twenty-first century literature in French.
Histoire, Sciences Sociales. This scholarly blog aims to go with the publication of the journal Annales. It will announce special issues, forums and debates, and will provide some complementary readings and historiographical pursuits. The blog focusses on Digital Humanities and Historical Linguistics, understood as a part of cultural history. In has an interdisciplinary approach and is open for discussion with other related fields.
This Franco-Spanish project aims to write a comparative history of administrative and governmental practices in the Pyrenean area, in the light of the Royal Navarrese acts of the period Through the creation of the first open source catalog and the first edition of these Royal Navarrese acts, this "trans-period" project late medieval and early modern times and "trans-frontier" And the presence of researchers from French and Spanish schools will contribute to a better understanding of the Renaissance, the Reforms and Wars of Religion in France and the Franco-Spanish relations of a long 16th century.
Alcov investigates French citizens attitudes towards politics during the voting sequence of Equity is a multidimensional concept requiring the comparison of different aspects of well-being. The aim of project EquiRisk is to develop methods and evaluation tools making it possible to coherently aggregate different dimensions of well-being in risky economic environments.
The purpose of the INEMA project is to investigate how the implementation of a "new" administrative framework in the former French Departmental Collectivity of Mayotte it will become the st French Departement in could affect how social and linguistic inequalities are produced, regulated, transformed and perceived. The Saint-Simonisme project is a multidisciplinary rediscovery of the largest utopian thought of the 19th century, designed and developed in its practical form between and It generated intellectual and practical innovations to deal with the uncertainties and risks of a changing world.
Worn by a team of researchers in sociology, economics, law and geography, PROFAM looks at the transformations of the work of helping elderly people with loss of autonomy. The aim is to analyze the forms of this work at the borders of public and private spheres. Carried out mainly by women, it is a place where new forms of hybrid employment can be invented, borrowing both from the normative frameworks of wage labor and from those of the private sphere. Different surveys are conducted in several European countries France, Belgium, Germany by crossing a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods.
The mobilization of the past is thus used to claim a new definition of the citizenship and to denounce racism and discriminations. The Turkish state is often seen as a strong and unified entity that is clearly distinct from the rest of society and largely immune from the social demands. This approach does not stand up to a closer look, if we take into account the important gap between discourses and social practices, the existence of cleavages inside institutions and the multiple links between government and society.
Our aim is to use the sociology of the state, the socio-history of politics and the sociology of public policies to give a new reading of the ways the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic were actually administered. Antarec est un projet collectif de recherche. You will find full program of sessions, preparatory documents and reports about seminars.
The blog announces the release of the productions of the team's members: publications, communications at colloquium, movies, videos, press articles. The blog announces the events and the actions organized by the team's members or in whom participate the team's members: excavations, colloquiums, workshops, internships, conferences. On this blog, we post all the information needed about the conferences organized for the doctorate students in Classics at Paris-Sorbonne: reviews, bibliographies, methodology, contributions.
Anthology is an editorial project to enhance Hypotheses' contents in other languages than the orignal. Choosing a new subject each year drugs, death, sexuality, justice… , a team of PhD-students from each research laboratory organizes these two days inviting external or internal permanent researchers, doctoral or postdoctoral students to present a communication relating to the selected subject.
Belief understood as a disposition to accept a truth and to act accordingly seems a key attitude of all the human psychology, and an impassable vector of the social life. In particular, this attitude seems essential of the universal human social practice that is the religion. But even if this concept of belief seems to be obvious, we may wonder wether it does not hide a fundamental equivocity.
Such an equivocity leads to to import in the social and human sciences a notion historically and contextually determined? The aim of the workshop is to clarify the many uses of this notion of belief among the social sciences and the humanities in order to determine its relevance and its heuristic value. Scholars interested in such a problem are invited to present the way they make use, or not, of this concept.
This scholarly blog offers resources in sociology and anthropology of childhood. Its purpose is to contribute to the development of childhood's studies in French-speaking context. Science watch, broadcasting and highlighting scientific information, sharing experiences with colleagues are its main objectives. Concordances between Jousse gesture anthropology and neuro-sciences in the field of oral and written language. Le carnet "Anthropologie du jeu. Our era has seen both spectacular advances in the biosciences, even as dramatic health inequalities have come to light.
Molecular biology and the information sciences have provided new tools for mapping health and disease across the globe. The explosive growth of the biosciences has already drawn anthropological scrutiny. Clinics, laboratories, global health projects have provided ethnographic fieldsites. This biopolitical terrain has allowed anthroplogists to decrypt the interpenetration of the biological and the social and the new forms of power that coalesce through the government of life itself.
This anthropology has called into question some of the truths of biomedicine as it is practiced today: the universality of the human body, the impermeability of biological substance to social, the assumed interiority of the subject. Repression and representations c. This research program is directly influenced by the socio political context where the issues of otherness, migration and social suffering, linked to psychotherapeutic care, deserve major attention.
It aims at promoting international researches in that field. These documents are a major cinematic vector of French political, social and cultural history in the second half of the 20th century and until now have never undergone systematic analysis. Recent technological tools for analysis of textual and audiovisual content, analysis of film and sound, automated speech transcription and textometry in particular, will allow the scientific community renewed analytical frameworks for these images. Ao-Seine is a blog presenting my past and present research activities.
From Delhi to Bangkok, from hospitals to mosquitoes, from maps to spatial analysis, I will share with the audience, hypothesis, results, methodologies, APAM Association for promoting islamic art is dedicated to promoting the art and archaeology of Islamic cultures world-wide through seminars, conferences, exhibitions, workshops and articles. The website focuses on news about islamic art in France and abroad by facilitating the dissemination of information through outreach and communication. This personal research blog is meant to accompany the development of a PhD thesis at the interface of literature, tourism and digital publishing.
Carried by Angers Tourism Lab, the aPlace4U project aims at developing and promoting literary tourism in the Pays-de-la-Loire and Brittany regions in western France, taking the stance of the foreigner. Academic research in literature is here paired with regional development in order to unfold poetical paths on firm ground — e.
For this purpose, digital reading media as well as the text itself need to be rethought and redesigned. The eZoomBook tool developed by the engineering school Centrale Nantes makes it possible to adapt the literary work to the pace and whims of the nomadic reader, in all interactivity. Its study overlaps that of the relationship between State and Church and more specifically Gallicanism.
Examining the circumstances and operating of this legal recourse should help to better understand the daily work of legists as well as all the difficulties that arise when different legal systems coexist. It aims at stimulating investigations, developing research methods as well as a repertoire of experiences and devices. This blog contributes to the epistemological and methodological reflection in the form of notes, factsheets or audiovisual content.
It also announces scientific or cultural events, publications, and analyse them. Place for introducing students to academic blogging, this research notebook will also be a valuation tool for the dissemination of their research, and an instrument to exchange about their first experiences of archives centers, writing, etc. This research blog aims at proposing a reflection on the development of Maghreb literature Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia after the Independence.
The intrinsic idea is that such events have linguistic, sociological, historical and political implications on the production of literature. The goal of our work, which is metacritical and transdisciplinary, is also to analyze the reflection entailed by these events. The aim of this research is to analyze the correspondences and processes of appropriation and hybridization between visual arts and performing demonstration, as well as the details coming from the universe of spectacle that are present in the architectonic vocabulary in Early Modern Age.
Arabyzantina medica is a blog concieved to initiate a research on the exchanges and interactions between Greek and Arabic medicine. We expect this platform to gather researchers interested in the topic and to give value and visibilty to all conferences and publications on this chapter of the history of medicine. It aims at giving tapestry-making its place within the history of artistic creation. It is based on a dialectical approach of this art, in its relation to the theory of ornament in arts and architecture, its close relationship to painting and in its dependence on the organization and to the functioning of antique crafts.
In addition, it aims to take a critical look at the methods of investigation and analysis used to this day in this field of art history. ARAV is a group of research compound of researchers in art history, link to an university but also independent, artists, curators, cultural practicioners based in Morocco or on the international stage. The group of research has for objective to establish a researchers' network working for a construction and a theorization of the history of Moroccan visual arts, modern and contemporary, resting on the local and international artistic and university context.
Die Geschichtsdidaktik steht angesichts des digitalen Wandels somit vor zwei Herausforderungen: Erstens gilt es, Bedingungen geschichtsbezogenen Denkens und Lernens im digitalen Wandel zu reflektieren, dabei sowohl Nutzen als auch neue Problemlagen zu analysieren. During these workshops the methodology in the construction and comparison of our various specialist fields is discussed the Modern and contemporary West, Classical Antiquity and the Far East. We believe it is possible to escape the usual formalism of comparative studies through anthropological analysis.
Beyond the apparent identity or otherness of archaeological material we seek to recognise equivalent or divergent rational processes, which allow us to compare technical accomplishments which are historically diverse. Subjects included in the sessions are themselves also very diverse since they correspond to our professional specialisations or scientific opportunities the garden, housing, clothing, cultural practices, images… ; their simple diversity is the occasion to test the validity of our comparative approach.
The aim of this blog is to report the results our sessions, giving a chance to circulate them and allow a preliminary publication of the enquiries underway. The latter is to Epigraphy what Space Archaeology is to Archaeology. Both must contribute together to the investigation of the production processes of spaces and ancient territorial dynamics, within the framework of "romanization". Arche Logos will be a reflective research blog. The themes that I will discuss include updates on or data about the Digital Humanities research projects that I am involved in e.
This blog provides a platform for an interdisciplinary dialogue between media theoreticians, art historians, and artists that will contribute to the cross-pollinization between media studies, art history, aesthetics, and visual studies, based on our seminar at the Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art INHA in Paris on the topic of "Media Archaeology and Art History. The purpose of this notebook is to provide a space for exchange both technical and scientific around questions relating to sources of research, their management, their documentation and valorisation.
It will be aggregated news and articles and our thoughts on published sources and unpublished especially Heritage from the Camille Jullian Center. This blog is dedicated to the digital archeology as applied to the field. Its first purpose is a feedback on the digital archeology through Alexia Doazan's professional experiences. The blog aims to act as an exchange media and to broadcast and highlight scientific informations on the environnemental as well social history and archaeology of the Mediterranean and Middle-East areas. Archipolis ' aim is to federate French research units specialized in sociology or political sociology, in order to inventory, diffuse and contribute to the safeguarding of qualitative-method surveys which are related to a political object.
There are two kinds of surveys : past surveys, archived in a physical form ; and on-going surveys, or surveys yet to be made, which are or will be in digital format. Archipolis works like a cooperative network with partners sharing resources, tools and ways of working. Images and other representations of architecture are one of our most important sources to grasp the meaning of architecture. In the early modern period architectural drawings became an outstanding part of the theoretical discussion about architecture and art itself.
Sketches, models, and diagrams help us to understand contemporary positions of design, function, style and representation. Therefore this blog is mainly interested in the epistemic history of architectural drawings. I will focus on encouraging the ongoing discussion by presenting widely unknown objects and bringing said aspects to attention.
Its authors wish to impulse thanks to this blog collaborative dynamics, based on exchanges about practices of research. Lippe hat Tradition und Geschichte. This Blog should popularize current issues, generally keep people informed and it conduces coincident for dissemination of information for the conference "Open Archives" from the 22nd to the 23rd of November, in Speyer. November in Speyer.
This blog is shared by the archives of the Leibniz Association. These archives hold a significant part of Germany's scientific, technical, and artistic heritage. In they founded a working group AK Archives with the objective to document the diversity and national academic significance of the Leibniz Association. The different thematic collections at the archives complement each other to create a broadly-based collection. The blog is meant to inform the public about the archives' work and to shed light on the variety of their holdings.
The project brings together historians, ethnologists and professionals from libraries and documentation, in a reflection on a long period 17th to 21st centuries. The blog will be used to keep track of the reflections of the research group, to document the progress of research on the collections, to share readings and ideas, to make the link with other research in progress. Working on scholars' personal archives is not only to research the history of institutions, theories or ideologies, it is first and foremost a means of understanding how concepts, projects and hypotheses are elaborated.
It is a means of approaching habits, strategies, reading and writing practices that structure the scholarly world. For the digitized edition of the letters, currently being undertaken by a pluridisciplinary team, see the webpage www. This blog records the work in progress. Weblog of the Interreg project "Transnational network of digital historic sources : archives as memories of the historically grown landscape of the Upper Rhine". ARIP is sensitive to cultural and social approaches, but widely seeks to ask the way to write photography history and so give a large place to methodological reflexions.
Next to the meetings, the blog aims to be a dynamic and collective enterprise : it is opened, to read and write, to students, researchers from master to post-doc from all the disciplines and horizons, and also to others personalities who have something to do with photographs and photography. This blog is dedicated to the evolution, transformations, traits and characteristics of a social group that had in his hands the European history practically since its inception until its demise, in the 19 th century; and that even today preserves a good part of its relevance and prestige, primarily within the social sphere.
The author focuses on Europe, although this does not mean that occasionally not perform raids in other geographical areas. These resources will be useful to academics, practitioners in the field of mediation, primary and secondary teachers willing to help their students discover science. It introduces codicological, palaeographic and diplomatic researches. The workshop brings together scholars from different social sciences disciplines to explore the everyday dimension of violent conflict in the tension between normalisation and emergency.
Contemporary corpus linguistics consists in applying computational, quantitative techniques to large digital text collections to test linguistic hypotheses. In this blog, the author introduces the reader to these techniques. He discusses their main theoretical challenges and present their most recent applications to a wide audience. Arquimesa is a tool to disseminate and to network the Arquimesa Program.
This program is devoted to the publication and promotion of texts on the history of crafts in the Western Mediterranean from the Middle Ages to the present day. The research project is situated in the field of digital humanities, at the interface between two domains: heritage, history of science and technology and digital humanities.
It is articulated in several questions to be conducted in parallel in a comparative way concerning two arsenals Brest and Venice in the framework of an international collaboration with the "Centro studio arsenale di Venezia". In a systemic and historical approach considering the arsenal as a complex technological macrosystem, it is in the field of the history of science and technology:. The seminar will focus on the relation between the body and mind both in language looking at metaphorical traces of body orientation and biological dynamics and in visual works looking at notions of empathy, mirror neurons, engram, semantic marker of emotions, kinesthesia, art and desire to know, to be powerful, to exist as a subject Practical cases will deal with poetic and literary creation, dance, music, visual arts, architecture, and mediation, especially in museums.
The official blog of Art Histories Society. This research group aims to share among art historians of the Modern and Contemporary Ages the main issues are renewing the discipline of art history, as well as reflection on the image and visual culture. This blog focuses on visual arts, photography and visual anthropology around three main themes:.
Interdisciplinary approach in luxury communication strategy, with visual semiotics and medias researches. ART[in]CRISIS applies to current debates in culture, scholarship and society primarily from an art historical perspective covering a period from medieval times up to modernity. Traditionally, narratives of crisis determine the art historiography and art criticism as well.
Etymologically related to each other crisis and critique name specific processes of negotiation. ART[in]CRISIS mainly raises questions concerning the field of digital communication, to what extend it opens up new spaces of discourse, respectively how it influences or limitates them. Traditionell bestimmen Krisennarrative die Kunsthistoriografie und Kunstkritik. Wortgeschichtlich miteinander verwandt, bezeichnen Krise, Kritik Aushandlungsprozesse. The environment developed by ESCoM is a complete environment for managing, describing and publishing audiovisual documents for research and learning.
The terror attacks that hit France in January , and those in Paris and Saint-Denis on November 13th, , sparked intense online activity both during the events, and in the following days. It aims to create links between the young historians of medicine of Pantheon-Sorbonne University and to be a place of discussion and sharing, the field of the history of medicine allowing debates that goes beyond traditional boundaries in history.
This scientific blog aims at presenting the research program AsileuropeXIX, funded by the French Agence nationale de la recherche and welcomed by the University of Reims from to The team of AsileuropeXIX will propose a European and transnational history of the migration policies elaborated towards political exiles and refugees in Europe from to the s. The Aspectus project aims to ease the access to complex three-dimensional data and to promote collaborative work and remote expert assessment for archaeology and cultural heritage.
It works with commonly used browsers which means no additional installation is required. The developer blog aims to present the project, its progression and to make people aware of events we will attend to. As such, the developer blog will allow us to centralize information for our partners and other people interested in the project. Research on popular cultures and media cultures developed considerably in the last 25 years. This research now warrants a collective reconsideration on the basis of new cooperation looking for interdisciplinary relationships.
The aim of this Convention on popular cultures and media cultures is to fill this gap through meetings and unprecedented scientific debates between the disciplines, methodologies, tools, groups and networks. It offers to remember one author each year by promoting the reissue and the analysis of his works through a colloquium which call together different specialists. The combination of social innovation studies, territorial and environmental AEISTE , brings together academics, PhD students and students from various specialties.
The blog presents events, scientific information and research aspects related to the theme of social innovation, territorial and environmental in Tunisia and in the world. This blog is the website of the PEEN master students' association.
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Its aim is to promote scientific events on digital humanities and cultural heritage and to allow professional exchanges to take place between the current and fomer students of said master degree. This Blog supports the activities of the association Amici di Memoria e Ricerca, journal of contemporary history published by the publishing house il Mulino Bologna, Italy.
The blog completes with discussions, reviews, short posts, annoucements of events, the themes developed by Memoria e Ricerca. The program has three major ambitions. First, replace the insurance private insurance, foresightedness and mutuality into an interdisciplinary approach opened to methods and tools of the social sciences - SHS but also to so-called hard sciences like mathematics.
This first orientation is accompanied by a second specificity, that of understanding the long trends, hotlines, crisis and breaks, inserting Insurance actors, institutions, organizations in a significant past and present temporality, as well as in an international and comparative dimension. The third goal consists in choosing innovative fields of research, unpublished surveys, that will be placed in a dimension of historicity.
They will allow to study the successive functions of insurance, given the major political, economic, scientific, technical and social stake, in the long building process of Modernity. Restitution of a unique experience of participatory observation led by students of social sciences during the Workshop of dramatic and musical interpretation which held in Royaumont in summer This blog follows the activity of the spoken Latin workshop of the Ecole Normale of Paris, which takes place every tuesday in the paleography room of the Centre d'Etudes Anciennes 45 rue d'Ulm, Paris , after a prandium Latinum or Latin lunch at noon.
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