Pierre-Mathieu Le Bel

PhD en géographie, chargé de cours et Stagiaire postdoctoral, Département de géographie, Université du Québec à Montréal

Great good third place?

Le coworking fait-il tiers-lieu ?

Pierre-Mathieu Le Bel | 12.04.2021

Geographer, researcher and trainer at CREFAD Auvergne as well as Associate researcher at the UMR Territoires of Clermont-Ferrand, he is specialized in social and cultural geography. He is currently interested in questions related to the construction of commons, access to land, food governance, participatory mechanisms, power relations between individuals and social groups as well as the spatial expression of these power relations, heritage, and food sovereignty. He mostly adopts a critical perspective as well as collaborative or action research [...]

Produire les communs à travers l’histoire.

Graber, Frédéric et Fabien Locher. 2018. Posséder la nature. Environnement et propriété dans l’histoire. Paris : Éditions Amsterdam.

Pierre-Mathieu Le Bel | 11.07.2019

The environmental and societal problems that humanity faces seem to emphasize always more emphatically the contradictory character of property as an act of exclusion and domination, if one is to respond to challenges of equity and mutual aid. On the contrary, it is important to try to make property coherent with a spirit of cohabitation. Posséder la nature adopts this aim. It offers a selection of articles or chapters unpublished in French, chosen on the basis of their stance [...]

La spatialité du texte. Étude sur la réception des Morts qui dérangent. Peer review

Stéphane Guimont Marceau et Pierre-Mathieu Le Bel | 02.04.2012

In spite of the relative dynamism of literary geography, the aspect of reception is neglected by the contributions on the spatiality of and by the text. This article intends to respond to Johanne Sharp’s invitation (1996; 2000) to give more attention to this part of the relation to text by getting some inspiration from the recent contribution by Hones (2008) who proposes an approach of the text as an event. To do so we studied the popular criticism’s discourse [...]