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Sign@l

Depuis le mois d’octobre dernier, notre base de sommaires a rejoint la base mutualisée de signalement  Sign@l , (http://signal.sciencespo-lyon.fr/) vous donnant désormais accès à 397 revues en SHS (dont 42% accessibles en texte intégral).  Progressivement  la totalité de nos périodiques  et de leurs sommaires dépouillés depuis de nombreuses années sont intégrés à Sign@l. (http://signal.sciencespo-lyon.fr/index.php?r=revue/search&SearchRevue[suiviPartId]=18)  Intéressés par certaines revues ou thématiques?  Un système d’alerte vous permet désormais de recevoir directement par mail ces sommaires dès leur mise en ligne. Pour en savoir plus sur cet outil, ...
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Conférence Agence z Architecture

Rencontre avec une équipe passionnée et résolument tournée vers la satisfaction des maîtres d'ouvrages et des usagers. Agence lyonnaise créée en 2009 par William Vassal et Vincent Gadaix, Z Architecture cultive volontairement la polyvalence à travers différents domaines de projets. L’équipe, constituée de dix personnes, réalise des équipements culturels, sportifs et de loisirs, des bureaux, des logements collectifs, et quelques "Moutons à 5 pattes" comme les ateliers Frappaz de Villeurbanne. Après une première escale dans une cabane en fond de jardin, l’agence s’est installée au cœur ...
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Les révolutions arabes

Conférence de l’Université populaire du quai Branly (UPQB), donnée le 17 février 2016Ce cycle décrypte des mouvements historiques de révoltes et de combats, pacifiques ou non, qui ont été à l’origine de bouleversements politiques et sociaux, et qui restent, encore aujourd’hui, gravés dans nos cultures et nos imaginaires.Introduction "Il n’est pas facile d’analyser des événements aussi importants que ceux qui ont bouleversé le monde arabe ces dernières années. Cette activité est constamment sujette aux incertitudes d’une histoire qui s’amuse à décevoir les plus hardis de ses explorateurs. Ces bouleversements ouvrent un ...
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Elizabeth Reynolds (Columbia University), " Monasteries, Merchants, and Long Distance Trade: The Economic Power of Tibetan Monasteries in Northern Kham (1900-1959) "

Pre-1959 Tibet was not a “closed off land” as is often assumed, but a place of dynamic economic structures and a diverse body of economic actors. The Trehor region, an area located in modern day northern Kardze Prefecture, was a center of trade, and due to its proximity to Sichuan and to Lhasa, the route through the Trehor area became a primary trade and communication route during the first half of the twientieth century. The Younghusband expedition (1903-1904), instigated by British India, and the forceful colonizing projects of General Zhao Erfeng (1908-1911) of the Qing, catalyzed new economic structures and ...
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Lucia Galli (University of Oxford), "The Price of Enlightenment: The Travel Account of Kha stag ʼDzam yag, a Pilgrim and a Tshong dpon (1944-1956)"

Frontier territories characterised by intense socio-economic, political, and cultural inter-actions, in the mid-nineteenth century the easternmost fringes of the Tibetan plateau saw the rise of the ris med movement, an influential religious approach fostering inclusiveness and non-sectarianism. Teachings, empowerments, and transmissions of various schools and lineages were actively sought and received, through a constant flow of masters, adepts, and pilgrims from one monastery to the other. Testimony to these thriving interactions was Kha stag 'Dzam yag, a Khams pa trader from a nomadic area in ‘Bri zla zal mo gangs and author of a travel account describing his thirteen-year long ...
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C. Pat Giersch (Wellesley College), "Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion Along Twentieth-Century China’s Southwestern and Tibetan Borderlands"

In recent years, increasingly sophisticated work has traced the remarkable changes in early twentieth-century state-building along China's southwestern and Tibetan borderlands. During this same period, however, the tentacles of global commerce were reaching into these regions, too, but we do not yet fully understanding the links between state and commerce, on one hand, and the long-term trajectories of change that left many borderlands communities with less and less control over their own political and economic futures. Rather than conceiving of these regions as autonomous until after 1945, as James Scott would have it, this paper argues that significant changes were ...
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John Bray, "French Catholic Missions and Sino-Tibetan Trade: Local Networks and International Enterprise"

The Missions Étrangères de Paris (MEP) sent their first missionary on an exploratory mission to the Sino-Tibetan borderlands in 1847, and they retained a presence in the region until 1952. Together with their Protestant counterparts, the missionaries spent longer periods in the region, and arguably were more intensely involved in its local affairs, than any other category of Westerner. This paper considers the MEP's interactions with local, regional and international trading networks from three points of view: First, many of them were astute observers, playing a role as “incidental ethnographers” alongside their other activities (cf. Michaud 2007). So what do ...
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Mark Frank, " Chinese Physiocracy: Kham as Laboratory for the Agrarian Theory of China "

When a nation-state looks to intensive agriculture for its national essence, what are the implications at the local level? This paper looks at agricultural colonization efforts (tunken屯垦) of the Chinese state in Kham during the Republican era (1912-1949) and places these efforts in the context of a national discourse on agrarianism. Chinese nationalists circulated theories about agrarianism (or nongben zhuyi) as a necessary feature of Chinese civilization since ancient times. Elements of imperial Chinese agrarianism, distilled through early modern movements in Japan, France and elsewhere, were reinserted into Chinese nationalist politics under Chiang Kai-shek, resulting in what I call “the ...
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