literature

L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : literature

Sciences sociales et littérature : Quelle(s) écriture(s) ?

Desbois, Henri et Philippe Gervais-Lambony. 2017. « Les lieux que nous avons connus… ». Deux essais sur la géographie, l’humain et la littérature. Paris : Presses Universitaires de Paris Nanterre.

Olivier Lazzarotti | 08.03.2018

Following a theoretical approach leading to inscribe their point of view in the current of thought of "humanist geography", then following its application to a few cases, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in particular, the authors propose to reflect on a quest for the "human" in geography. [...]

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. [...]

L’interdisciplinarité, manière de faire ou de dire la science ?

Jacques Hamel | 21.01.2013

This article considers the core aspects of interdisciplinarity. After examining briefly what this commonly-used notion implies, we aim to show that interdisciplinarity, while possibly tempering specialization within the fields of science and social sciences, is not an all-new concept, and proves to be a difficult task, as Durkheim and Simmel have shown in their day in sociology. Indeed, interdisciplinarity does not conceive science as a knowledge by object and by concept, which implies a reduction of what it seeks [...]