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Carlos Heusch
Cahiers d'études hispaniques médiévales, n°39/2016
Penser le genre au Moyen Âge : (Péninsule Ibérique, 13e – 16e s.)
Theorising gender in medieval and early modern Iberia
El número 30 de los Cahiers d'Études hispaniques médiévales es una monografía sobre la teorización del género en la España medieval y del siglo 16 que permite hacer un balance de las investigaciones acutlaes en Francia, en España y en los EEUU sobre los gender sutides aplicados a la España medieval y del siglo 16.



Jean-Luc Le Cam
Histoire de l'éducation, n°144/2015
Éducation privée et pratiques préceptorales du XVe au XIXe siècle : volume 2
Private education and preceptoral practices from the 15th to the 19th century
Alongside the advances made in the area of school-based education, the period between the 15th and the 19th century saw the development of private and home-based education based on a variety of resources, particularly the private preceptor. This collection of articles investigates these practices through different approaches, situations and periods






Irina Paperno, Aurélien Langlois
Tchernychevski et l'âge du réalisme
Chernyshevsky and the Age of Realism
Essai de sémiotique des comportements
Essay on the Semiotics of Behavior
Signes



Martine Furno
Astérion, n° 16/2017
Astérion, n°16/2017
Traductions
The 16th century saw the emergence of vernaculars as languages of thought, and the parallel maintenance of Latin as a learned language of communication and thought. The issue presented here sought to question the facts in terms of the gradual impact of this rise of the vernaculars on Latin throughout the century.



Jean-Luc Le Cam
Histoire de l'éducation, n°143/2015
Éducation privée et pratiques préceptorales du XVe au XIXe siècle : volume 1
Private education and preceptorial practices from the 15th to the 19th century
Alongside the advances made in the area of school-based education, the period between the 15th and the 19th century saw the development of private and home-based education based on a variety of resources, particularly the private preceptor. This collection of articles investigates these practices through different approaches, situations and periods



Laurence Maurines, Denise Orange-Ravachol
RDST, n°14/2016
Les sciences de la Terre et de l'Univers : spécificités et ouvertures
Earth and Universe sciences: particularities and further questioning paths
In what can the teaching and learning of the EUS (Earth and Universe sciences) be source of research for the didactics of the sciences? The issue is all the more necessary since the studies which relate to this science education field are few and for certain already ancient



Pascal Dupont, Michel Grandaty
Repères, n°54/2016
L'oral à l'école : qu'apprend-on et comment ?
Oral communication at school: what are pupils learning and how?
The objective of this issue is to go beyond the taught oral skills v oral skills for learning dichotomy to show that educationalists have continued to problematize the latter, which suggests that the teaching of oral skills is becoming an established practice in the teaching of the French language.



Anaïs Albert, Clyde Plumauzille, Sylvain Ville
Tracés, n°32/2017
Déplacer les frontières du travail
Shifting the boundaries of work
The recent shifting of industrial capitalism in western societies has blurred the definition of work itself and its place in society.



Xavier Pons, Valérie Lincot, Caroline Brottet-Aiello, Marianne Woollven, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
À quoi sert la comparaison internationale en éducation ?
What is the use of international comparisons in education ?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson
For years, it is noticed a growing attention for international comparisons, as opportunities for benchmarking of educational systems, for best or worst. What's the point of international comparisons in education ? How PISA and other international comparisons are understood and used ?



Philippe Audegean, Christian Del Vento, Pierre Musitelli, Xavier Tabet
Le bonheur du plus grand nombre
The Happiness of the Greatest Number
Beccaria et les Lumières
Beccaria and the Enlightenment
La croisée des chemins
This book examines the way On Crimes and Punishments (1764) gave birth to modern criminal law and paved the long road towards the abolition of the death penalty and torture in Europe. Written by prominent Beccaria scholars, the seventeen chapters provide interdisciplinary perspectives: , it furthers our understanding culture of today's world.



Andrew Faulkener
Aitia, n°7/2017
Tradition et nouveauté à l'époque hellénistique
Tradition and innovation in the Hellenistic period
The papers in this issue explore the themes of novelty and tradition among Hellenistic authors from different points of view, as well as the reception of Hellenistic literature and art as a symbol of novelty, during the imperial era.



Hugues Constantin de Chanay, Yannick Chevalier, Laure Gardelle
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°113/2017
Écrire le genre
How to Write the Gender
Equal rights for men and women, regularly reaffirmed by the regulations and feminist demands, requires a political speech, involving a balanced gender representation. How concretely put into practice, in France, in the absence of strong institutional recommendations?



Laura Fournier-Finocchiaro, Jean-Yves Frétigné, Silvia Tatti
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°19/2017
La république en Italie (1848-1948). Héritages, modèles, discours
Republic in Italy (1848-1948). Legacies, models, speeches
This volume traces the construction between 1848 and 1948 of a republican political and literary language both local and national at the same time, the confrontation with foreign republican models and counter models; the Italian republican discourses under the monarchy and fascism.



Sarah Mazouz
La République et ses autres
The Republic and Her Others
Politiques de l'altérité dans la France des années 2000
French Politics of Alterity Since 2000
Gouvernement en question(s)



Michaël Assous, Paul Fourchard
Michal Kalecki et l'essor de la macroéconomie
Michal Kalecki and the rise of macroéconomics
Suivi de « Trois systèmes » de Michal Kalecki
Followed by « Trois systèmes » by Michal Kalecki
Feuillets






Alain Mouchet, Elisa Cattaruzza
Recherche et formation, n°80/2015
La subjectivité comme ressource en éducation et en formation
Subjectivity as an education and training resource
Our aim is to show what can be gained from considering subjectivity as an education and training resource, through the development of an appropriate epistemological posture and methodology for enabling a detailed description of subjective first-hand experience.



Valentina Bisconti
Le sens en partage
Sharing Meaning
Dictionnaires et théories du sens. XIXe – XXe siècles
Dictionnaires and Semantic Theories 19th- 20th centuries
Langages



Catherine Volpilhac-Auger
Montesquieu : une histoire de temps
Montesquieu : a story of time
La croisée des chemins
Fifteen articles, several of which are unpublished, enable an overview of the complete works of Montesquieu in all their dimensions. What does the genesis of his works tell us? Rediscover Montesquieu in his time and in the long haul of history; revealed by the succession of readings, sometimes contradictory, which have been given.



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