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Living Through and Living On?

Participatory Humanitarian Architecture in the Jarahieh Refugee Settlement, Lebanon

Riccardo Luca Conti, Joana Dabaj, and Elisa Pascucci

to act quickly in a complex environment. Documenting the CatalyticAction school project and its impact on the Jarahieh settlement, in this article we address the question of durability in participatory humanitarian architecture. Although the charity

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Refugia Roundtable

Imagining Refugia: Thinking Outside the Current Refugee Regime

Nicholas Van Hear, Veronique Barbelet, Christina Bennett, and Helma Lutz

the end of 2018 ( Crisp 2017 ; Siegfried 2017 ). Nor is there much confidence that the three conventional “durable solutions” (local integration, resettlement, and return) can address the challenge on the scale needed: more than 65 million people are

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Quatrième Forum mondial sur le développement économique local

Vers la réduction des inégalités croissantes?

Djénéba Traoré

’atteinte des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD) fixés en 2015 par l’Organisation des nations unies (ONU). Le succès qu’enregistreront les ODD sera avant tout une question de volonté politique et citoyenne de la part de l’ensemble des acteurs concernés

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Marcelo Hoffman

Party ( 2016 ), Dean construes the party as an organisation for making the egalitarian impulses of the crowd durable by transforming these impulses into the political subject of the people. The party, in her partially Badiouian vocabulary, is what

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Robert Leroux

Aron, who never failed to criticize the great French sociologist, Boudon, as we will see, gives Durkheim a good place as a pioneer of sociology. It must be emphasized that his admiration for Durkheim is not fleeting; it is durable, from his first to his

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L’ordre et le bonheur

Langues, nations, et territoires dans la réorganisation de l’Europe après la Première guerre mondiale

Sébastien Moret

propre originalité et sans troubler gravement le progression uniforme de sa culture. 64 De cette conception découlait que les “langues étaient d’immenses fossés naturels” dont les frontières “étaient plus fondamentales, plus durables, plus claires et plus

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Les deux catégories cachées de La Doctrine de Durkheim

Le programme de sociologie de la connaissance d'Halbwachs

Jean-Christophe Marcel

, intérêt dont il ne s'est jamais départi au moins jusqu'en 1941, date à laquelle il publie La Topographie légendaire des évangiles en Terre Sainte . Mais surtout ce texte révèle un intérêt durable, qui se situe à l'articulation entre la sociologie

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Katherine Clonan-Roy

In 1988, Michelle Fine explored the ways in which damaging patriarchal discourses about sexuality affect adolescent girls, and hinder their development of sexual desire, subjectivities, and responsibility. In this article, I emphasize the durability and pliability of those discourses three decades later. While they have endured, they shift depending on context and the intersections of girls’ race, class, and gender identities. Calling on ethnographic research, I analyze the intersectional nuances in these sexual lessons for Latina girls in one (New) Latinx Diaspora town.

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Isabelle Gouarné

Cet article examine quand et comment la référence conjointe à Durkheim et Marx est devenue pensable dans l'univers des sciences humaines françaises. Malgré l'ancrage durable du marxisme en France, cette question n'a guère été étudiée. On se propose donc ici de rendre compte du travail réalisé, au cours des années 1930, par des intellectuels situés à la jonction de l'univers des sciences sociales durkheimiennes et du monde communiste, et de préciser ainsi à quelles conditions les oppositions très vives de Durkheim et de ses disciples vis-à-vis du matérialisme historique ont pu être levées.

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Triangular Erotics

The Politics of Masculinity, Imperialism and Big-Game Hunting in Rider Haggard's She

Madhudaya Sinha

Animal imagery and anthropomorphic parallels abound in Rider Haggard’s fantastic African adventure, She (1887). Africa itself is presented to the reader as a landscape inhabited by ‘beastly’ natives and wild animals galore. Even the novel’s overpowering female presence, that of ‘She-who-must-be-obeyed’ (as Ayesha is known by those natives over whom she rules), is eventually reduced to a simian status. Such a textual focus, fitting comfortably into a more extensive dream of Victorian empire, lent the novel cultural, as well as fictive, power. The animal imagery helped to produce durable models of African identity and otherness which were compatible with current ideas of geography, race and human evolution.