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Enrico Mattioda
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°24/2020
Écritures de la déportation
Deportation literature
The aim of this issue of Laboratoire italien is to consider the narratives of men and women who comment their experiences of the Nazi extermination and concentration camps. They have built a shared cultural memory that has today been brought into question through the rhetorical instruments of the post-truth era.

Marion Ballet, Domitille Caillat, Hugues Constantin de Chanay, Dominique Desmarchelier
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°122/2020
Reprendre la parole de l'autre en politique
Reiterating the words of others in politics
Issue no. 122 of Mots focuses on the phenomenon of the flow of discourse in the political sphere. It aims to report on the different ways in which utterances are reiterated and the forms they take, and to determine the specific aims and effects of this discourse which is (re)iterated in the context of public debate.

Philippe Bongrand
Revue française de pédagogie, n°205/2018
Instruction(s) en famille. Explorations sociologiques d'un phénomène émergent
Home education(s) in France: sociological explorations of an emerging phenomenon
Since its introduction in France by the Ferry Act of March 28, 1882, compulsory education may be provided at home, rather than in public or private schools.The studies compiled in this issue provide guidelines for addressing this little-known phenomenon, which, given its statistical evolution ,is likely to develop further.

Élaine Turgeon, Ophélie Tremblay, Séverine De Croix
Repères, n°59/2019
La lecture et l'écriture littéraires à l'école à l'aide de l'album jeunesse : quelle progression?
Literary reading and writing at school using children's books: what progress is being made ?
This issue examines two perspectives on the concept of progression, regarding reading and writing through the youth album. The first concerns the order in which learning contents are planned. The second regards the development of reading and writing skills.

Sylvie Octobre, Frédérique Patureau, Auteurs divers
Sexe et genre des mondes culturels
Sex and gender in cultural worlds
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
This collection assembles original works from 30 social scientists on sex and gender differences and inequalities in cultural worlds (including music, visual arts, reading habits, dance, art crafts…)

Jacques Martin, Jean-Baptiste Vuillerod, Étienne Balibar
L'individu chez Hegel
Hegel's Philosophy of the Individual
La croisée des chemins

Nicole Tutiaux-Guillon, Marie Verhoeven
Recherche et formation, n°89/2018
Former contre les discriminations (ethno)culturelles
Training teachers to tackle (ethno)cultural discrimination
With variances due to contexts, the training of education personnel has gradually integrated tackling ethnocultural discrimination. Based on research on the school biases that trigger discrimination and on analysis of dedicated training experiences, this issue encourages reflecting on the relevance and efficiency of training contents and devices.

Claude Gautier
Voir et connaître la société
Seeing and Knowing the Society
Regarder à distance dans les Lumières écossaises
Observing at Distance during the Scottish Enlightenment
La croisée des chemins

Jean-François Condette, Véronique Castagnet-Lars
Histoire de l'éducation, n°151/2019
Pour une histoire renouvelée des élèves (XVIe-XXe siècles). Volume 2 : sources et méthodes
A renewed history of students (16th – 20th centuries). Volume 2: sources and methods
Following on from Volume 150 dealing with five historiographical studies on pupils history, this issue offers five contributions that examine various questions related to archives, printed sources and statistical surveys and highlight the methodological dimensions of writing this specific History

Sylvain Doussot, Xavier Pons

Émilie Guitard, Igor Krtolica, Baptiste Monsaingeon, Mathilde Rossigneux-Méheust
Tracés, n°37/2019
Les irrécupérables
Beyond reclaim
Considering the current injunction to reintegrate, rehabilitate, and recycle everything, this issue makes the hypothesis that this injunction also tends to deny the fact that industrial capitalist societies massively and constantly produce people and things beyond reclaim.

Pierre Darnis, Julia Roumier
Atalaya, n°19/2019
Premier dossier Las cadenillas de Hercules : stratégies discursives de l'argumentation pour convaincre, persuader et séduire (Moyen âge et Siècle d'or)
The cadenillas de Hercules: discursive strategies of argumentation to convince, persuade and seduce (Middle Ages and Golden Age)
If an image were needed to evoke the power of the speech, it could be that of Hercules Ogmios leading to a procession whose ears are chained to his tongue. Emblem of the force of eloquence, it is under the aegis of this Hercules that we place our reflection here to try to grasp the nature of these chains by which the author captivates his audience.

Laurent Dartigues, Elisabetta Basso
Astérion, n°21/2019
Foucault à l'épreuve de la psychiatrie et de la psychanalyse
Challenging Foucault with psychiatry and psychoanalysis
The aim of this issue is to examine the link between the epistemological reflection on mental health and the historical knowledge that identifies it as an object. It also intends to (re)discover a still neglected Foucault, that of the 1950s, who shows an interest not only in psychological knowledge, but also in ethnology sociology and anthropology.

Jean-Claude Passeron, Emmanuel Pedler, Samuel Coavoux, Igor Martinache, Pierre Mercklé
Le temps donné aux tableaux
Une enquête au musée Granet, augmentée d'études sur la réception de la peinture et de la musique
Bibliothèque idéale des sciences sociales

Valérie Munier, Jean-Marc Lange
RDST, n°19/2019
Interdisciplinarités : rencontres entre les disciplines, enjeux, dispositifs, freins et leviers
Interdisciplinarity: confluence of disciplines, issues, devices, obstacles and levers
In a context where academic research issues and practices are shaking up the boundaries between disciplines and where educational institutions promote interdisciplinarity and multiply interdisciplinary devices, this issue aims to present current research in science and technology teaching concerning the confluence of disciplines.

Sylvain Santi, Michel Surya
Cerner le réel
Grasping reality
Christian Prigent à l'œuvre
Christian Prigent at work
In this first essay devoted to Christian Prigent's literary work, the author's decisive opposition between "réel" and reality serves as a guiding principle for analysing a theory and practice of literature that has been developing for almost fifty years.

Patricia Commun, Raphaël Fèvre
Walter Eucken, entre économie et politique
Walter Eucken and the Foundations of Political Economy
Walter Eucken (1891-1940) is the key figure of the German Ordoliberal thought. This book outlines the genesis and development of Walter Eucken's economic thought at a crossroads between political economy, philosophy, law and history.

Valérie Bonnet, Chloé Gaboriaux, Marie Plassart
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°121/2019
Restons groupés ! La construction discursive des relations sociales
Let's stick together! The discursive construction of social relations
Group formation in part happens through discourses that contribute to invent, sustain and transform our imagination of society. This collection of articles proposes an account of the discursive construction of groups, which is wider than the question of naming social or political groups.

Agnès van Zanten
Revue française de pédagogie, n°203/2018
Les pratiques éducatives des parents enseignants
Educational practices of parent-teachers
This special issue focuses on parent-teachers supervising their children's schooling. The four articles featured provide complementary perspectives of these parental practices.

Émilie Biland
Gouverner la vie privée
Governing Intimacy in France and Canada
L'encadrement inégalitaire des séparations conjugales en France et au Québec
How Judicial Policies Shape Inequalities after Breakups
Gouvernement en question(s)
This book combines several fields (socio-legal studies, intersectionality studies, public policy analysis, and the sociology of work) in order to assess a prime concern on the social and political agenda, that of the legal regulation of break-ups.

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