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CNRS – Service audiovisuel de Cultures, Langues, Textes (UPS2259) Campus de Villejuif

Le service audiovisuel fait partie de l'UPS2259 « Cultures, Langues, Textes »  du CNRS située à Villejuif. Elle a pour mission de soutenir les chercheurs dans leur besoin d'image et de son mais également de valoriser leur recherche. Les prestations proposées sont la production, la diffusion, la formation et le soutien technique.

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Le Cermes a été la première unité pluridisciplinaire de sciences sociales de la santé créée en France, en 1986, avec le soutien de l'Inserm, du CNRS et de l'Ecole des Hautes en Sciences Sociales et, plus récemment, celui de l'Université Paris Descartes. A l'occasion du 30ème anniversaire du centre de ...
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
Denise Bernot, née le 4 février 1922, ancienne élève de l’École des chartes, fut professeur de birman à l’Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales de 1960 à 1989. Elle y a créé la chaire de birman. Ce film est l’occasion de retracer son itinéraire étonnant et courageux.Conseillères scientifiques : ...
This paper discuses rivalry for the throne of Dergé between 1890 and 1940. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, internecine feuds created a power vacuum serious enough to invite intervention from Qing and Lhasa authorities. To bolster the royal family’s position, the nobility not only sought alliances with ...
Two weddings in 2009 and 2015 respectively have received wide publicity among Tibetans and others within and out of China. The first was that of Lobsang Dundrup, a renowned singer from Gyalrong, and his new bride. While his friend posted their wedding photos on her blog, it received sharp critiques ...
In this paper, I will begin by considering the concept of “house society” and its applicability to Southwest China. I ask the question of why no scholar, Levi-Strauss included since he originally framed this concept, has successfully used this concept to go beyond the traditional framework of descent and alliance. ...
As a member of a deeply-rooted traditional craft-making family in the Meshö (Sman Shod) Valley of Kham region, I will present the results of my ongoing fieldwork and academic study on the renaissance of Buddhist craft-making that is beginning to flourish in the Sino-Tibetan borderlands. Meshö is a remote valley ...
This conference is an outcome of the collaborative ERC-funded research project “Territories, Communities, and Exchanges in the Sino-Tibetan Kham Borderlands” This research project focuses on the area of the Sino-Tibetan borderlands situated within the People‘s Republic of China, and referred to as Kham by Tibetans who make up most of the ...
 
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