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Radio Suisse Romande : “La place Jamâa Lafna (Patrimoine de l’humanité)”, avec Abdelmajid Arrif

10.05.11

ECOUTER L’EMISSION En février 2011, à Marrakech, David Collin tendait son micro pour “Babylone” à Abdelmajid Arrif, ethnologue marocain, chercheur à Aix-en-Provence (Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l’homme), afin d’évoquer le patrimoine oral de la Place Jamâa Lafna, devenu en l’an 2000, patrimoine mondial de l’humanité sous l’égide de l’UNESCO....

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Cannella e titoli del tesoro: il mercante virtuoso nell'aneddotica

Andrea ADDOBBATI (Università di Pisa) | Résumé de la communication

Nella tradizione letteraria europea esiste un aneddoto che parla della liberalità del grande mercante e finanziere. È un aneddoto che ha avuto una fortuna eccezionale, e che si presenta in alcune varianti nazionali. La versione più celebre mette in scena il grande banchiere Anton Fugger e l'imperatore Carlo V, ma ne esiste anche una versione...

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    Camille Caparos, « Questionner les papiers de famille de la noblesse de France méridionale : une source pour connaître une ”force féminine du quotidien” ? »,
    Fortes de corps, d’âme et d’esprit : récits de vie et construction de modèles féminins du XIVe au XVIIIe siècle, Ariane FERRY, Stéphane POUYAUD, Sandra PROVINI, Caroline TROTOT, Rouen

  • Thu 11 Jun 20 | Colloque
    Sonia Zerbib, Jeu d’influences en gestation au sein de la cité florentine : la mise en place de réseaux d’alliances (1469-1518),
    L’Italie du long Quattrocento Influences, interactions, transformations Première rencontre : le politique, Colloque international, Rome, 10-11 juin 2020, Centre Roland Mousnier (UMR 8596) École française de Rome Fonds de la recherche scientifique Institut historique belge de Rome – Academia Belgica, Rome

  • Thu 11 Jun 20 | Conférence
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  • Fri 12 Jun 20 | Journée d'étude

    Between the two European revolutionary waves of 1830 and 1848, the spreading of socio-political violence lead to an increase in the celebration of political victimes and in the flows of political exiles. Both of these practises constituted tools of politicization, within         liberal movements built around convergent demands and which took advantage of transnational circulations. While political exile has been a particular moment of reconfiguring political mobilizations abroad, it contributed to the circulation and the consolidation of political victims’ memories, increasingly considered as martyrs. By building images of suffering political beings, such a process takes from the religious area a tool recognized as pedagogically efficient, being able to embody abstract political ideas. The analysis will lean on two societies where such a practice knew a specific increase in the first half of the 19th century, linked with the building of liberal and democratical movements. The Italian States, first of all, generated massive flows of exiles which used to give rise for a relevant victimary literature, such as the Neapolitan Antonio Gallotti, established in France in the early 1830s, or Giuseppe Mazzini who played the role of an intermediary by spreading in Great Britain the memory of recent Italian martyrs, for instance the Bandiera brothers, executed in 1844. Spain, then, saw from the 1810s massive political migrations towards France and Great Britain. If such a process knew a massive decrease after the liberal transition of 1833, it contributed to the outreach of local martyre experiences, such as the executed Malagan liberals of 1831 or the victims of the first student riots in March and May 1848 in Madrid. The Italian and Spanish communities in Marseilles will be the main observatory to study such practices, compared with other ones in France and Great Britain. Leaning on some well-informed cases (police and justice documentation, memorial literature), we aim to enlighten the repertory of celebrations in favor of revolutionary martyrs in the lands of exile, between elaboration of a literary pantheon devoted to consolidate fragmented national or ideological comunities, staging of commemorations abroad and expressions of political brotherhood towards foreign martyrs.


    Pierre-Marie Delpu, The Transnational Community of Revolutionary Martyrs (Southern Europe, 1830-1848),
    Revolutionary Cosmopolitanisms 1815-1848, Camille Creyghton, The Queen Mary University of London, Londres

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