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Comment exposer les sciences humaines et sociales ?

Jean-Nicolas Fauchille | 12.07.2017

The article is based on two debates, in the context of the 2017 printanières of EspacesTemps.net. Three approaches, historical, panoptic contemporary, and theoretical/critical of the notions of exhibition and museum allow to answer properly the following question, by bringing an enthusiastic and optimistic reading grid : how to expose the social sciences ? [...]

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Participer, à quelles conditions ? Pour une approche plurielle des engagements participatifs.

Charles, Julien. 2016. La participation en actes. Entreprise, ville, association. Paris : Éditions Desclée de Brouwer, coll. « Solidarité et société ».

Sarah Van Hollebeke | 08.08.2017 illustration Participer, à quelles conditions ? Pour une approche plurielle des engagements participatifs.

La participation en actes is part of the pragmatic research in social sciences, which argues on the improvement of the classical model of participatory democracy. By exposing the experiences of the actors of several participatory projects, the author invites the reader to take [...]

Pour une approche pluridisciplinaire du langage.

Le cas du whitisage chez des migrants camerounais à Paris.

Suzie Telep | 27.07.2017

This article aims to show the need for a multidisciplinary approach to the study of language in its social context, from the analysis of the practice of whitisage among francophone Cameroonian immigrants in Paris. This practice consists in "talking [...]

Fred, Noah, Valérie et les autres... tous habitants !

Lion, Gaspard. 2015. Incertaines demeures. Enquêtes sur l’habitat précaire. Montrouge : Bayard.

Olivier Lazzarotti | 26.07.2017

The work of sociologist Gaspard Lion focuses on the precarious habitat of people living in the circumparisian woods, residing in year-round campsites or settling in the streets. It allows to account for these "marginal" forms of living. They then [...]

Une architecture des frontières.

Teyssot, Georges. 2016. Une topologie du quotidien. Lausanne : Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, coll. « Poche Architecture ».

Gaël Brulé | 07.07.2017

In Une topologie du quotidien, Georges Teyssot positions himself as an architect of borders. The border is studied under various angles : physical, ontological, epistemological. This analysis stems from an initial observation that the traditional conception of borders is unsatisfactory, [...]

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Pour une approche pluridisciplinaire du langage.

Suzie Telep | 27.07.2017

This article aims to show the need for a multidisciplinary approach to the study of language in its social context, from the analysis of the practice of whitisage among francophone Cameroonian immigrants in Paris. This practice consists in "talking [...]

Alfred Métraux, ethnologue à l’UNESCO (1947-1963).

Chloé Maurel | 28.06.2017

Alfred Métraux, Swiss-American ethnologist, worked for UNESCO from 1947 until his death in 1963. This article analyzes three UNESCO programs in which he was deeply involved : the « fundamental education » project in Marbial Valley (Haïti), at the [...]

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Laboratory

Le Monde, comme si vous y étiez.

Les nourritures terrestres de l’Expo 2015 à Milan.

Jacques Lévy | 13.07.2015 illustration Le Monde, comme si vous y étiez.

The topic of Milan’s World Expo 2015, “Feed the Planet” appears simultaneously mediocre, disputable, and complacent. Beyond this mixture of commerce, ecology and geopolitics, couldn’t we find there an indication that the very raison d’être of this kind of event has been exhausted? [...]

Imintanout, lieu de pensée.

Augustin Berque | 01.07.2014

The series of pedagogical films Thinking Places/Lieux pensants, directed by Jacques Lévy, is structured around ten questions. The interviewer was Jacques Lévy, the interviewee Augustin Berque, and the place Imintanout, at the foot of the western High Atlas, on [...]

Mapping Urban Intelligence.

Jacques Lévy | 17.05.2014

The texts of this Traversal are position papers. They have been written in the prospect of a conference that will take place in July 2014, organised at Laval University, Quebec, by the Eidolon cartographic research network. The title [...]

Virtualités.

Jacques Lévy | 17.12.2013

Among the interviews conducted in Geneva, general and abstract speeches on the future are rare. This does not prove that the future is absent from discourses and imaginations ; it could mean that the tools we use do not [...]

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Books

Participer, à quelles conditions ? Pour une approche plurielle des engagements participatifs.

Charles, Julien. 2016. La participation en actes. Entreprise, ville, association. Paris : Éditions Desclée de Brouwer, coll. « Solidarité et société ».

Sarah Van Hollebeke | 08.08.2017 illustration Participer, à quelles conditions ? Pour une approche plurielle des engagements participatifs.

La participation en actes is part of the pragmatic research in social sciences, which argues on the improvement of the classical model of participatory democracy. By exposing the experiences of the actors of several participatory projects, the author invites the reader to take [...]

Fred, Noah, Valérie et les autres... tous habitants !

Lion, Gaspard. 2015. Incertaines demeures. Enquêtes sur l’habitat précaire. Montrouge : Bayard.

Olivier Lazzarotti | 26.07.2017

The work of sociologist Gaspard Lion focuses on the precarious habitat of people living in the circumparisian woods, residing in year-round campsites or settling in the streets. It allows to account for these "marginal" forms of living. They then [...]

Une architecture des frontières.

Teyssot, Georges. 2016. Une topologie du quotidien. Lausanne : Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, coll. « Poche Architecture ».

Gaël Brulé | 07.07.2017

In Une topologie du quotidien, Georges Teyssot positions himself as an architect of borders. The border is studied under various angles : physical, ontological, epistemological. This analysis stems from an initial observation that the traditional conception of borders is unsatisfactory, [...]

En finir avec l’hospitalité… ou pas.

Djigo, Sophie. 2016. Les migrants de Calais. Enquête sur la vie en transit. Marseille : Agone, coll. « Contre-feux » et Brugère, Fabienne et Guillaume Le Blanc. La fin de l’hospitalité. Lampedusa, Lesbos, Calais… jusqu’où irons-nous ? Paris : Flammarion.

Emilie Da Lage | 14.06.2017

How can we describe and analyze the multiplication, in Europe, of the areas in which asylum-seeking migrants are kept ? What concepts and methods should we use to understand what is taking place there, how these areas mark the territories ? [...]

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Objects

La pauvreté et l’art misérable, dix ans déjà!

Christian Bouquet | 01.07.2016 illustration La pauvreté et l’art misérable, dix ans déjà!

Ten years ago, one of Gupta’s works (Cow), which was presented at the Foire internationale d’art contemporain in Paris, was disturbing insofar that it reproduced the image of poor Madagascan milk producers who, each morning, hurtled down the hills of Tananarive on ramshackle [...]

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In the air

Comment exposer les sciences humaines et sociales ?

Jean-Nicolas Fauchille | 12.07.2017 illustration Comment exposer les sciences humaines et sociales ?

The article is based on two debates, in the context of the 2017 printanières of EspacesTemps.net. Three approaches, historical, panoptic contemporary, and theoretical/critical of the notions of exhibition and museum allow to answer properly the following question, by bringing an enthusiastic and optimistic [...]

Ouvrons l’évaluation.

Igor Moullier | 25.04.2017

EspacesTemps.net a affiché récemment ses nouvelles conditions d’évaluation des articles soumis. La revue a choisi d’adopter un principe fort : la fin de l’anonymat des évaluations en peer review. Ce choix s’inscrit dans [...]

Dylan et Trump dirigent maintenant l’Amérique

Hervé Regnauld | 20.01.2017

Comment est-il possible qu’un rocker sur le déclin, un rocker qui a alterné entre le politiquement incorrect et la religiosité la plus confite, un rocker qui ne fait jamais un bis dans ses concerts… puisse se voir attribuer la [...]

Penser ou dire non ?

Joseph Morsel | 06.10.2016

The ongoing debate among « orthodox » and « heterodox » economists, in which the latter's positions were branded an « economic negationism », is also an opportunity to recall, from afar and more broadly, the scientific requirement to [...]

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Traversals

Quarante ans de sciences sociales avec EspacesTemps.

| 01.02.2016

La « revue indisciplinaire de sciences sociales » EspacesTemps a eu quarante ans en octobre 2015. Cette publication, née à l’École normale supérieure de Cachan, a connu une version imprimée payante (Les [...]

The Car-Society and Beyond.

Jacques Lévy | 01.12.2015

This Traversal marks the official opening of a scientific partnership between EspacesTemps.net and the PostCarWorld interdisciplinary research project, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (2014-2016).As one can notice [...]

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