17 Works

Quand le syntagme nominal prend ses marques

Peter Lauwers, Katia Paykin, Mihaela ILIOAIA, Machteld Meulleman & Pascale Hadermann
This volume brings together about twenty contributions on the syntax and semantics of predicates and arguments, written by international specialists in the field. The formal architecture of the predicate (verbal and nominal) and the morpho-syntactic means of marking its arguments are addressed, with particular attention to the dative. This book is mainly focused on French, while putting it in perspective with other languages, Romance (Spanish, Romanian), Germanic (Dutch, English) and Slavic (Russian), not to mention...

Introduction. La figure du musicien au cinéma - Partie 2

Julie Michot & ETCHARRY Stephan

Lexique et référence

Silvia Palma, Pierre Frath, Emilia Hilgert, Georges KLEIBER & René Daval
The seventh edition of the international symposium "Res per nomen" extended to the whole of the lexicon the reflection on the role of naming in categorization, on the link between meaning, reference and category, on the dynamic construction of meaning in the enunciative and discursive process. This volume includes lexical studies resulting from the confrontation between older or more recent, often opposing, models of analysis of meaning and reference, with the most convincing results.

La Confession et le Texte licencieux

Helga Meise & Jean-Louis Haquette
The present volume examines, from a comparative perspective, the textual practices of confession that characterise a number of eighteenth-century libertine, licentious and pornographic texts published in England, Holland, France and the German-speaking countries. This type of enunciation, in the context of a printed publication, is based on a tension between sexual intimacy and collective dissemination through the book: this exhibition of intimacy is constitutive of the pleasure aimed at by this type of text, but...

Fenêtre sur Biarritz 2021 (27 septembre-3 octobre)

Françoise Heitz & Audrey Louyer

La figure du musicien au cinéma - Partie 1

Julie Michot & ETCHARRY Stephan
Dès sa naissance, le cinéma s’est trouvé intimement lié à un autre art, la musique, qui, depuis que les pianistes (voire les organistes) ont quitté les salles obscures, fait bien souvent partie intégrante de la diégèse des films. Musique de fosse et musique d’écran ont déjà fait l’objet de nombreuses études fouillées ; c’est pourquoi les dossiers des nos 15 et 16 de Savoirs en Prisme souhaitent se concentrer plus spécifiquement sur la figure du...

Vin et altérité

Augustin Voegele, Thomas Nicklas, Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre, Michel Faure & Sonia Goldblum
As a reflection of a terroir and a landscape, as an emblem of a region, a nation or a civilisation, wine also facilitates a connection between cultural dimensions that we are used to discriminating in our everyday representations (human/divine, human/animal, noble/common, beautiful/monstruous, natural/artificial). It is thus a vector of alterity, an invitation to go towards the other, to modify or alter one's vision of the world, to cross not only regional and national borders, but...

La figure du musicien au cinéma - Partie 1


L'exemplarité dans l'économie sociale et solidaire

Monique Combes-Joret & Laëtitia LETHIELLEUX
Since the end of the 20th century, associations and cooperatives have been perceived by a growing part of the population as actors capable of dealing with societal problems and responding to the aspirations of inhabitants. Civil society, public authorities, universities and the media saw them as an essential foundation for the necessary renewal of economic life. This trend has placed the social economy in a unique position to face three essential challenges: the political challenge,...

La figure du musicien au cinéma – Partie 1

Stephan Etcharry & Julie Michot

Le XIXe siècle à l'épreuve de la collection

Nathalie Preiss
Much has been written, and very well written, on the collection in the 19th century in and through fiction: it is therefore another path that the voices gathered here would like to explore. Based on collections of all kinds (private and public, literary, historical and artistic, editorial and museological), from a necessarily and resolutely interdisciplinary perspective, the aim is to question the specificity of the act and of the discourse of the collection in the...

L'éducation physique et sportive du XXIe siècle ou les enjeux d'une EPS de qualité (1981-1921)

Tony Froissart, Aline Paintendre & Jean Saint-Martin
How has sport education evolved since its reintegration into the Ministry of Education in 1981? One of the objectives of this book is to present a problematised assessment of the transformations of PE by questioning not only the institutional and disciplinary stakes, but also the cultural and epistemological stakes and, finally, the socio-professional dimensions of the choices made over the past forty years.

Cinq études sur Aragon. Théâtre Roman

Alain Trouvé
Le dernier roman d’Aragon, dans lequel les commentateurs ont parfois cru discerner un affaiblissement de la veine littéraire, préfigure le nouveau millénaire en cours, marqué par les effondrements multiples et la révision des cadres de pensée qui avaient paru s’imposer jusqu’alors. Théâtre/Roman traite du théâtre au propre et au figuré, dans un jeu de miroir entre les protagonistes de la représentation – acteur, metteur en scène – et le théâtre intérieur de l’écriture romanesque. La...

La recherche en action : quelles postures de recherches ?

Maxime Thorigny, Justine Ballon & Pierre-Yves Le Dilosquer
Action research, involving researchers, companies and civil society actors, directly questions the methods of knowledge production in a perspective of social transformation. This epistemological and methodological choice combines a scientific problem, a social demand and a subjective commitment. The researcher's posture is complicated by the junction of multiple spheres of activity, with one foot in research and one foot in action. By looking back at the issues arising from their experiences and the opportunities and...

Faire l'Europe par la culture

Herta-Luise OTT, Natacha Rimasson-Fertin & Thomas Nicklas
The European Union is a unique institutional construction in history. Built and enlarged slowly and peacefully, with the aim of reconciling sworn enemies after two terrible wars by means of an economic alliance designed to create a lasting human understanding, it is today much more than a simple free trade area. What about European culture? How does it relate to the continent's economic and political integration projects? Constantly under development, constantly questioned, even contested, European...

En finir avec l’homme : chronique d’une imposture

Machteld Meulleman

La figure du musicien au cinéma - Partie 2


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  • University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne
  • University of the Littoral Opal Coast
  • University of Strasbourg
  • University of Lorraine
  • Ghent University
  • University of Picardie Jules Verne
  • University of Lille
  • Grenoble Alpes University
  • University of Upper Alsace
  • University of Poitiers