L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : history

Du travail de l’histoire à la professionnalisation de la raison.

Anheim, Étienne. 2018. Le travail de l’histoire. Paris : Éditions de la Sorbonne, coll. « Itinéraires ».

Hugo Steinmetz | 15.11.2019

Etienne Anheim’s book is the published version of the synthesis thesis constituting his authorization to direct research, supported in 2015. By questioning the historian’s profession in the continuity of Marc Bloch’s work, the author skilfully raises the question of the professional practice of history, the conditions of its teaching and its influence beyond the spheres of research. [...]

Une sociologie des représentations sociales de l’urbain en quête de reconnaissance. Peer review

Paulette Duarte | 16.08.2018

This article aims at filling a present gap in all books of contemporary urban sociology, namely the absence of references to the existence of a sociology of the social representations of the urban. For that end, the author suggests reconstituting the history of this sociology, located between the fields of urban and social representations, by analysing in a diachronic way the interest which sociologists of the urban had, and still have, for the question of social representations. This interest [...]

Un homme sur la terre : le cas de Franz Schubert (1797-1828).

Lazzarotti, Olivier. 2017. Une place sur Terre ? Franz Schubert, de l'homme mort à l'habitant libre. Paris : H Diffusion.

Gabriel Dupuy | 21.06.2018

In this book Olivier Lazzarotti continues his reflection on man's geographical condition. The author sets the scene with the musician Franz Schubert. He describes the meanings of a new mobility that makes man free. [...]

Le monde à l’épreuve de la pollution.

Jarrige, François et Thomas Le Roux. 2017. La Contamination du monde. Une histoire des pollutions à l'âge industriel. Paris : Seuil, coll. « L’Univers historique ».

Igor Moullier | 08.02.2018

The dilemmas posed by industrial production and its pollution are not new. Jarrige and Le Roux show how, as early as in the 18th century, industrial societies perceived the problems related to pollution and how science and the state contributed to deal with their effects. [...]

Enseigner les sciences humaines et sociales : une promesse difficile.

Patricia Legris | 12.07.2016

The teaching of social sciences has been debated since the end of the Second World War in France, disrupting the school curriculum. This paper seeks to explain the role that the actors involved in education played in integrating social sciences and making history the most important subject of study. It also shows that the desire to reform education restricts it more than it opens it to new opportunities and approaches. [...]

Mésologie des savoirs : sciences et contingence.

Rheinberger, Hans-Jörg. 2014. Introduction à la philosophie des sciences. Paris: La Découverte.

Romaric Jannel | 26.01.2016

Philosophy and the history of science have considerably evolved since the 19th century. New practices and questions have emerged, first among scientists themselves according to Rheinberger, then among philosophers. The historical, social and anthropological dimensions of the history of science and epistemology have been gradually questioned. Far from denying the importance of scientific research, Rheinberger implicitly presents its contingent character. To do science is to be in line with, for instance, a given era, community and culture. [...]

Écriture versus rédaction.

Jablonka, Ivan. 2014. L’Histoire est une littérature contemporaine. Manifeste pour les sciences sociales. Paris : Seuil.

Olivier Lazzarotti | 15.06.2015

From reading the book of Ivan Jablonka (2014), L’Histoire est une literature contemporaine, this text emphasizes the idea that the scientific work of writing is one of the components of scientific production. [...]

35°Nord 34°Est.

Conférence/performance, 9’49, 2011

Éric Valette | 19.11.2013

Illustrated conference performance, on the basis of a historic timeline of Cyprus. 35° north/34° east is the location of the small section of the beach enclosed in the buffer zone that divides the island in two, just below the closed city of Famagusta. This city was the starting point of a collective project, Suspended Spaces, in the context of which 35°Nord 34°Est was realized in response to the importance of the readings and representations of history in a conflict [...]

Récits médiatiques, mémoires électives.

De la construction de l’événement à celle de l’oubli : l’exemple du 11 septembre 2001.

Aurélia Lamy | 21.11.2007

“Nine eleven” is a limiting event, so much from an imaginary point of view that by the profusion of meanings that it implies. Even if initially, the watchword seems to be “Anybody will never forget this day”, progressively, political and media authorities, by the narrative configuration of the event, build a collective memory of the attacks and the lapse of memory of some components of the facts. Thus, if the mediatisation in urgency induces a globalisation of the public [...]