39 Works

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...

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...

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.

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...

Chopin en la España del franquismo: una mirada desde el arte cinematográfico (1959-1975)

Virginia Sánchez Rodríguez
Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849), a diferencia de otros compositores, visitó España y residió en Mallorca durante dos meses entre 1838 y 1839. Además, es el único compositor que parece haberse recreado en una película de la dictadura franquista (1939-1975), Jutrzenka. Un invierno en Mallorca (Jaime Camino, 1969), basada en el cuaderno de viaje homónimo de George Sand (1804-1876) y caracterizada por la evocación atormentada de la artista. Este artículo propone un estudio del modo en que...

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

Machteld Meulleman

De la destruction du discours amoureux à celle de l’individu : jeux manétiens entre poésies du mal d’amour et scènes du mal de mère

Séverine Reyrolle
In the texts of the playwright Eduardo Manet, lover’s discourse is dominated not only by the parodistic fragment but also by a progressive systematic and individual destruction. What remains is the unconditionality of love emptiness as well as the somatization of this intimate vacuity. From listening to a fragmented and parodied discourse on love, the spectator moves on to the exhibition of interpersonal relationships of strong dependencies that most often manifest themselves through desire and...

El discurso amoroso en Tamara Kamenszain: una nueva poética de la subjetividad

Valentina Litvan
This article looks at the Argentinian poet Tamara Kameszain’s literary work through the analysis of her lover’s discourse, which -following Roland Barthes and Julia Kristeva- is a metaphor for the experience of language. Kamenszain’s writing is completely penetrated by this experience of language. Both her poetry and her prose express this experience through the fundamental tension between literature and life, intellect and affect, from where the Argentinian writer positions herself and dialogues with a particular...

Estereotipos hollywoodienses, no lugar y crisis matrimonial en la comedia romántica española Nuestros amantes

José Manuel Caro Gavilán
Since the beginning of the 21st century, the romantic comedy has undergone formal changes, promoted by the Hollywood industry, which have been reflected in the 2016 Spanish film Nuestros amantes, directed by Miguel Ángel Lamata. This cinematographic narrative, influenced by the independent Hollywood romantic comedy, reflects its conservatism, both in the stereotypes of its characters, and in its discourse, in which the instability of the present and the uncertainty of the future lead to an...

Fragments d’un discours amoureux dans la littérature et le cinéma du monde hispanique

Geneviève Fabry & Audrey Louyer

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 Palette du ciel. Art baroque ibéro-américain (XVIe-XVIIIe siècles)

Juan Carlos Baeza Soto
A conqueror does not only use the power of weapons and techniques. He also imports and imposes a system of norms, beliefs and forms of artistic expression in order to establish a political project that he considers legitimate. Situated on the edge of cultural and art history, this study aims to open up new perspectives on artistic creation during the Baroque period in Latin America.

« Donnez-lui un masque et il vous dira la vérité » : les biopics musicaux de Todd Haynes et la mise à nu des pièges de l’identité

Céline Bintein
Échappant à toute tentative de figement par un discours et une image médiatiques ou cinématographiques, dont elles interrogent la nature, les figures de musiciens dans les trois biopics musicaux de Todd Haynes, Superstar : The Karen Carpenter Story, Velvet Goldmine, et I’m Not There, relèvent précisément de l’infigurable. La chanteuse Karen Carpenter, défigurée par la maladie, l’est aussi par la société du spectacle et par les nombreuses copies clandestines du film qui semble avoir épousé...

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...

La fabrique de l'information sportive : L'Auto (1900-1944)

Benoit Caritey
"L'Auto" was the leading French sports daily of the first half of the 20th century. Launched in October 1900, it quickly gained a dominant position in the sports news market, which it held until its demise in August 1944. Its print run made it one of the leading national newspapers. It is renowned for the quality of the information it delivers to its readers day after day, information for which it often has the first...

Expression de l’intime et interculturalité dans la poésie de Guillermo Carnero

Catherine Guillaume

Videmus nunc per speculum. Sobre Construcción comparativa (2003) de Liliana Lukin

Hervé Le Corre

Repenser le biopic : Bessie de Dee Rees

Christelle Ringuet
Le biopic met en valeur des êtres d’exception. Mais alors que certains films biographiques s’efforcent d’inscrire leurs protagonistes dans la mémoire collective, d’autres « s’attachent à déconstruire le mythe des grands hommes de l’Histoire » (Letort & Tuhkunen, 2016). Ainsi, nous analyserons le film Bessie (2015) de Dee Rees, dans lequel elle dresse un portrait non conventionnel de la chanteuse de blues Bessie Smith.

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...

Discurso amoroso: ética, poética, política en cuerpo de mujer

Liliana Lukin

Contrasexualidad y contratextualidad: el discurso amoroso en la narrativa gay

Florian Fraissard
From the notions of « technology » and « countersexuality », we propose to study the literary representations of gay love’s discourse. This approach starts from the fact that the dominant love’s discourse functions as a technology that shapes the expression of love sentiment in a normative scenario. However, gay literature, by the very marginality of the desire it represents, breaks those heteronormative codes and produces new modalities of love expression that function as «...

Kentukis de Samanta Schweblin. Connexions intimes

Pénélope Laurent
This article offers a study of the issue of intimacy in the science fiction novel Kentukis by Samanta Schweblin (2018) based on both textual analysis and the theory of fiction and relying on philosophy and psychoanalysis. The question will be to understand the phenomenon of the over exposure of intimacy in the societies of transparency, through the « kentuki » device. The owner of this connected object agrees to be spied on by a voyeur...

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 Bella Otero: representaciones en la pantalla de un mito de la Belle Époque

Enrique Encabo Fernández
Carolina Otero, « La Bella Otero », fue una artista capaz de sorprender y movilizar a públicos internacionales, pero también una figura social que supo aprovechar la publicidad y el escándalo para su autopromoción. Su personalidad como artista, y al mismo tiempo como cortesana, la convirtió en mito e icono de la Belle Époque, algo que, inevitablemente, pronto sería aprovechado por el cine. En este texto analizamos tres biopics de distintas épocas y nacionalidades, observando...

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