ARTS & SOCIETIES
 

LETTERS OF SEMINAR

With the support of Foundation of France

Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po

 

 

PREVIOUS LETTERS

 

n° 89 TALKATIVE OBJECTS Guillaume Faroult History of Knikknacks: Talkative Objects at the Fringes of Eighteenth-Century Still Lifes 2016/12/14
n° 88 INVISIBLE PRESENCES Amaru Lozano-Ocampo The Lost Language of Things. A History of the Still Life 2016/12/06
n° 87 THINGS OF the museum Mélanie Roustan Ancestors returned from the Past. The Case of M?ori Heads 2016/11/29
n° 86 THINGS OF ANCIENT GREECE Sophie Basch Material Culture: Marcel Proust's Ariadne's Thread, From Pre-Hellenic Greece to Art Nouveau 2016/09/16
n° 85 ARCHIVES AS SOCIAL OBJECTS Philippe Artières How Did Archives Become Social Objects? 2016/05/11
n° 84 WHAT CAN ART DO IN THE FACE OF THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS? Estelle Zhong Enriching our Sensitivity to living beings through art: the Ecological Crisis as a Crisis of Sensibility 2016/04/05
n° 83 poor people's things Arlette Farge Relationships Between the People and Things in Eighteenth-Century Paris 2016/03/08
n° 82 SOMETHING ELSE IN THE ORIENT Christine Peltre Something Else in the Orient 2016/02/03
n° 81 THE NAKED THING Hadrien Laroche The Naked Thing: Parity, Restitution, Specters 2015/11/25
n° 80 CONCRETE PRESENCES Marc Desportes Concrete Presences 2015/11/04
n° 79 the arts of trenches Bertrand Tillier The Art of the Trenches: Reflections on the Gaze of Jean-Jacques Lebel 2015/10/07
n° 78 ANIMALS AND THE PAINTING OF THINGS Armelle Fémelat Animals and the Painting of Things 2015/09/09
n° 77 animals as objects Marion Duquerroy Flesh, hairs and feathers: animals as objects in contemporary art 2015/07/27
n° 76 OBJECTS: BETWEEN ART AND SOCIAL SCIENCEs Thierry Bonnot Objects: Between Art and Social Sciences - An Interdisciplinary Essay Accompanied by some Anthropological Reflections 2015/07/13
n° 75 massacres Anne Lafont Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Massacres: The First Atlantic Pictorial Genre?
2015/06/04
n° 74 WAR OF THE SPIRITS Dorian Astor

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
The Spirit of War and War of the Spirits in Nietzsche's Philosophy

2015/04/22
n° 73 ROBERTA GONZÁLEZ Amanda Herold-Marme

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Roberta González: An Artistic Career Forged by War

2015/04/15
n° 72 EXHIBITING THE GREAT WAR AT THE AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL Romain Fathi Exhibiting the Great War at the Australian War Memorial: How the Rejection of Modernity Serves as a Foundation for Sacred Origins 2015/03/30
n° 71 PROTECTING MONUMENTS Daniel Sherman Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Behind the Blue Shield: Unesco and the protection of monuments in the 1950s
2015/03/02
n° 70 PHOTOGRAPHY AND MEMORY IN COMICS Isabelle Delorme Practices and Incursions of Photography in Historical Graphic Memoirs 2015/02/02
n° 69 what is photojournalism ? Carole Naggar Chim (1911-1956), A Peace Correspondent Who Died in War 2015/01/07
n° 68 IMAGES OF A COLONIAL WAR Laura Iamurri Surrounding Ethiopia: Images and Rhetoric Devices from a Colonial War 2014/10/22
n° 67 architecture in uniform Jean-Louis Cohen Architecture in Uniform 2014/07/22
n° 66 nineteenth century wars at a distance Sylvain Venayre Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Wars at a Distance in the Nineteenth Century
2014/06/10
n° 65 the great war of images Nicholas-Henri Zmelty The Great War of Images 2014/05/15
n° 64 DEBT Thibault Boulvain Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
The Repair from Occident to Extra-Occidental Cultures
Reinvention and Reconstruction in the Work of Kader Attia
2014/04/10
n° 63 the strategy of conversation Estelle Zhong Bringing the Enemy Home. The New Paradigm for Engaged Art: The Strategy of Conversation in the Work of Jeremy Deller and Michale Rakowitz 2014/03/26
n° 62 freud and war Françoise Coblence Freud and War 2014/02/19
n° 61 rwanda Nathan Rera Rwanda: Images of the Disaster From the Time of News Coverage to the Time of Memory 2014/01/30
n° 60 PILLAGES AND RESTITUTIONS Bénédicte Savoy "You Were Sending out, This Way and That, Paintings ..." Restitutions and Emotions: A Few Reflections for a Long-Term Approach 2013/11/13
n° 59 THE WAR OF MODELS Michael Lucken The Critique of Imitation and the Logic of Domination 2013/09/25
n° 58 CONJURING AWAY WAR Frédérique Goerig-Hergott
Otto Dix: Painting to Exorcize War 2013/07/30
n° 57 GUARDROOM Léonard Pouy Painters at War: The Emergence of the Guardroom Scene in Seventeenth-Century Holland 2013/07/13
n° 56 CHINESE ART Estelle Bories Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Different Aspects of the Passion for Equality in Chinese Modern and Contemporary Art
2013/06/21
n° 55 madness, equality, democracy Laure Murat Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
The Asylum: a Laboratory for the Passion for Equality?
2013/06/05
n° 54 ON FRENCH COLONIALISM Nicolas Schaub The Conquest of Algeria Through Images 2013/04/22
n° 53 SOCIAL QUESTION Fabienne Chevallier Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
The Cholera Epidemic of 1832: The Passion for Equality and the Social Question
2013/03/25
n° 52 MASSES AND CULTURE Rémi Baudouï Democracy and Cultural Equality in the Work of Hannah Arendt 2013/03/11
n° 51 AVOIDING RACISM Todd Shepard Comment et pourquoi éviter le racisme: causes, effets, culture, "seuils de tolérance" ou résistances? Le débat français entre 1954 et 1976 2013/03/01
n° 50 THE ARTIST EXCEPTED Nathalie Heinich Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
On Artists, or How to Justify Inequality
2013/02/08
n° 49 THE RIGHTS OF WORKS Maureen Murphy Masterpieces are Born Free and Equal 2013/01/18
n° 48 NEW PATRONS François Hers Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Watershed Moment
2012/12/07
n° 47 THE LOVE OF ART Charlotte Guichard Is the Love of Art a Form of the Passion for Equality?
The Art Worlds Tested by the French Revolution
2012/10/22
n° 46 INEQUALITIES

Nicolas Delalande

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
The Belle Époque of Inequalities:
The State, Taxes, and the Fear of Socialism



2012/09/13
n° 45 THE ARTIST PUBLIC Julie Sissia

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Wolf Vostell's Theater Is in the Street: Manifesto for an Artist Public?


2012/06/28
n° 44 LIBERTY, EGALITY, sorority Anne Lafont

Liberty, Equality, Sorority: The Art of 1800

2011/11/02

 

n° 43 THE PASSIONS AS ENIGMAS Christophe Prochasson

The Passions as Enigmas: History, Politics, and Society in the Work of François Furet

 

2011/10/05
n° 42

FRANS MASEREEL (1889-1972) : IDEALISM IN THE ART OF AN EYEWITNESS TO HISTORY

Olivier Van den Bossche

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Frans Masereel (1889-1972): Idealism in the Art of an Eyewitness to History



2011/06
n° 41 ART AND EQUALITY IN THE GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC Jérôme Bazin

"The Same Wage and the Same Ration, from the Worker to the Minister": Art and Equality in the German Democratic Republic.

 

2011/05/11
n° 40 DEMOCRATIC ART IN ACTION Philip Nord

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Democratic Art in Action

 

2011/06
n° 39

passion for philosophy and passion for equality in the age of the enlightenment

Stéphane Van Damme

Hartung-Bergman Foundation Seminar
Passion for Philosophy and Passion for Equality in the Age of the Enlightenment

 

2011/06
n° 38 The equal of history Thomas Schlesser

Paul Chenavard, The Equal of History

 

2011/04/13
n° 37 The artist as teacher Antje Kramer

The Artist as Teacher:
On the Egalitarian Myths of Arts Education After 1960

 

2011/04/27
n° 36 an elitist aesthetic for everyone Agnès Callu

Gaëtan Picon 2011/01/19
    Laurent Le Bon


The Pompidou Center-Metz:
A New European Cultural Institution

 

2011/01/19
n° 35 L'ARTISTE EN DÉMOLISSEUR Richard Thomson

Ruines, rhétorique et révolution : Paul Signac et l'anarchisme dans les années 1890

 

09/12/2010
n° 34 TOCQUEVILLE AND THE ARTS IN DEMOCRACY Lucien Jaume

Equality’s Effects on the Arts, According to Tocqueville 2010/10/13
    Françoise Mélonio

On the Arts in Democracy

 

2010/10/13
n° 33 POLICIES OF THE REAL Mathilde Arnoux

Reality, the Visual Arts, and the Cold War 2010/02/11
    François Michaud

Too Much Reality ?

 

2010/02/11
n° 32 KLEINIAN ECONOMICS Denys Riout

Yves Klein : Credit Via the Market 2010/04/15
    Kaira Cabanas
Selling the News : Yves Klein's Dimanche 2010/04/15
    Sophie Cras

The Just Price for a Work of Art According to Yves Klein : "Sketch and Broad Lines" of an Economic System

 

2010/04/15
n° 31 NEW SOVIET FASHIONS Elisabeth Essaïan
Urban Planning During the Stalinist Period Tested by Economic Reality 2010/03/25
    Cécile Pichon-Bonin
The Role of the Economy in Soviet Pictorial Art During the 1920s and 1930s 2010/03/25
    Valérie Pozner

For an Economic History of Soviet Cinema

 

2010/03/25
n° 30 ON EVALUATION Jacinto Lageira

Transvaluation and Invaluation

 

2009/02/12
n° 29 ANCIENT ROME Alexandre Grandazzi

Rome and Greek Art

2010/04/15
    Valérie Naas

Pliny the Elder and Reflection on the Art of Antiquity

 

2010/04/15
n° 28 nominalism Vanessa Théodoropoulou

Collective Nominalism 2009/12/10
    Tristant Trémeau

Art That Criticizes Art?

 

2009/12/10
n° 27 values in formation Simon Njami
The Principle and the Reality 2009/10/01
    Pascal Petit

The Value of the Work of Art . . . and of the Artist:On the Feverishness of Markets and Beyond

 

2009/10/01
n° 26 marchandise et don Fabien Danesi
Mass for Marcel Mauss : Gifts, Exchanges, and Potlatch in Contemporary Art 2009/01/22
    Christian Joschke

The Gift of Art and the Gift of Self

 

2009/01/22
n° 25 THE POWER OF ARTISTS Elitza Dulguerova

The Store : Negotiating Exhibition Value at the Time of the Russian Avant-Garde 2009/05/14
    Olga Medvedkova

Kandinsky in 1901, or the Critique of Critics

 

2009/05/14
n° 24 Icons Jean-Claude Marcadé

Nicolaï Tarabukin (1889-1956):
The Philosophy of the Icon (1916-1935)
2009/03/05
    Igor Sokologorsky

Pavel Florensky: Icons and Worldviews

 

2009/03/05
n° 23 MONEY

Elisabeth Lebovici and Caroline Bourgeois


Money at the Plateau 2008/10/09
n° 22 POSTWAR Serge Guilbaut

On an Exhibition : Tempestuous Transatlantic Culture, 1946-1956

 

2008/06/05
n° 21 PREHISTORIES Arnaud Hurel

The Paleoanthropologist and the Artist

 

2008/03/20
n° 20 genius Bruno Moysan Genius, Talent, and Reputation:
Construction of the Experience of Lack and of Debt?
2008/05/15
    Pierre-Michel Menger

Artistic Genius and its Analysis by the Social Sciences:
An Application to the Case of Beethoven

 

2008/05/15
n° 19 Alternatives to the art market in new york Georges Armaos Changes in New York Galleries from 1945 until the present 2008/01/17
    Brett Littman

Alternative Arts Movement in New York A Personal History

 

2008/01/17
n° 18 THE OPACITIES OF THE TECHNOLOGY André Gunthert
Veiled Transparence, or The color of Passing Time 2007/12/13
    Christian Walter

Recording Technologies and Images of Uncertainty


2007/12/13
n° 17 appropriations Benoît de L'Estoile Appropriation and Reappropriation of Exotic Artefacts 2007/10/11
    Rémi Labrusse

Islamophilia ? Europe in conquest of the arts of Islam

 

2007/10/11
n° 16 the Artist and the philosopher

Sophie Delpeux and Gilles Tiberghien


Art as Experience 2007/06/11
n° 15 JOSEPH BEUYS : A SHAMAN's FACTORY ? Maïté Vissault
Cultural Myth, Identity, and Politics in the Postwar Period : the Case of the Reception of the Work of Joseph Beuys 2007/04/26
    Jean-Philippe Antoine

Joseph Beuys : Antimyth ?

 

2007/04/26
n° 14 realisms François Legrand
Life Without the Work, Or the Invention of Thomas Eakins : Isolationism and Realism 2007/01/25
    Jérôme Bazin

A New Look at Socialist Realist

 

2007/01/25
n° 13 PRIMITIVISMS Sophie Leclercq
The Surrealist Appropriation of the "Indigenous" Arts 2006/11/23
    Maureen Murphy
Between Arts Works and Documents : The Arts of Africa in Paris and New York in the 1930s 2006/11/23
    Nélia Dias

The Western Fascination With Non-Western Objects

 

2006/11/23
n° 12 WHAT IS SOCIAL ART ? Catherine Méneux
Social Art at the Turn of the Century 2006/09/21
    Christophe Prochasson

Neither Doctrine Nor School Nor Movement

 

2006/09/21
n° 11 Major exhibitions Paul Ardenne
Contemporary Art and Global System 2006/06/29
    Olivier Berggruen

The Time of Changes

 

2006/06/29
n° 10 the voyage of the avant-gardes Béatrice Jouyeux-Prunel
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The Paris Avant-Gardes. "A prophet is not without honor save in his own country" : A Cultural Transfert and Its Cases of Mistaken Identity. 2006/06/22
    Laure-Caroline Semmer

Birth of the Figure of the Father of Modern Art : Cézanne in International Exhibitions, 1910-1913.

 

2006/06/22
n° 9 art in the republic Richard Thomson
The Troubled Republic : Visual Culture and Social Change in France, 1889-1900. 2006/05/04
    Rodolphe Rapetti

New Look at the Concept of the Image in Late Nineteenth-Century Art.

 

2006/05/04
n° 8 The market, at the start Jérôme Poggi
Painting to be seen versus Painting to be sold :
The paying exhibition as alternative to the commercialization of the work of art under the Second Empire.
2006/01/19
   

Dominique Sagot-Duvauroux

 

The economic models of culture. 2006/01/19
n° 7 Photographs by amateurs Christian Joschke
Conflicts over Cultural Legitimacy 2005/11/24
    Olivier Christin

What is an Amateur ?

 

2005/11/24
n° 6 NEW Publics, Between Utopia and Marketing

Vincent Huguet and David Cascaro

 

New publics, between utopia and marketing 2005/09/16
n° 5 THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE USEFUL Rossella Froissart
The Decorative Arts in the Service of the Nation, 1880-1918 2005/06/17
    Jean-Yves Andrieux

Arts and Crafts vs. Art Nouveau ? Art and the Turn-of-Centuries Debate of Nations.

 

2005/06/17
n° 4 The Model Child Emmanuel Pernoud
From Children's Art to Puerile Art
The Childhood of Art : Myth and Demystification
2005/04/15
    Camille Saint-Jacques

Remarks of a Painter on Children's Drawing

 

2005/04/15
n° 3 DANDIES Giovanna Zapperi
Marcel Duchamp's dandyism :The Dandy, the Flâneur and the Beginnings of Mass Culture in New York During the 1910s 2005/02/11
    Françoise Coblence
The Commonplace and Genius 2005/02/11
    Julie Ramos

Ambivalences dandies

 

2005/02/11
n° 2 BODY MORALITY Martial Guédron
The Physiognomy of Jean-Baptiste Delestre (1800-1871) : Ideal Beauty and Autopsy of the Social Body 2004/12/10
    Pierre Wat

A Nineteenth-Century Man

 

2004/12/10
n° 1 THE INFLUENCE OF THE SAINT-SIMONIANS AND THE IDEA OF ART IN THE VANGUARD OF THE SOCIAL REFORM Neil McWilliam
A Revolutionary Aesthetic ? The Politics of Social Art in France c. 1820-1850 2004/10/11
    Eric Michaud The authoritarian socialism of the Saint-Simonian 2004/10/11



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