#27 DWELL, COMMUNICATE

Under the direction of Jean Mottet

Today we are witnessing a resurgence of interest in home. What is the “at home” in the world of communication ? Are we witnessing the emergence of forms of domestication without domus ? This issue of May trying to glimpse some of the emerging issues related to the notion of”dwell” in a world marked by incessant mobility.

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Présentation des auteurs

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Habiter, communiquer

Jean MottetDownload this article on PDF
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Questions à Abbas Kiarostami et Henri Gaudin Jean Mottet, Caroline Renard & Chris Younès

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La “maison” des philosophes (à partir d’une lecture de Martin Buber)

Benoît GoetzDownload this article on PDF
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La maison de l’impossible

Chris YounèsDownload this article on PDF
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La “maison du futur”, une invention récurrente ?

Thierry PaquotDownload this article on PDF
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La maison aux couloirs qui bifurquent

Jean-Louis Leutrat & Suzanne Liandrat-GuiguesDownload this article on PDF
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La crise de l’habiter dans le cinéma d’Antonioni : la maison comme lieu d’inhabitation

José MoureDownload this article on PDF
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Moulinsart, demeure aspirante et refoulante

Pierre Fresnault-DeruelleDownload this article on PDF
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Habiter le périurbain : une tradition américaine

Jean MottetDownload this article on PDF
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Maison et écologie

Thierry PaquotDownload this article on PDF
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Hypothèses (parole aux jeunes chercheurs). Fermeture et ouverture de la maison arabe traditionnelle

Wissam MouawadDownload this article on PDF
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La maison chez Miyazaki : rêve et quotidien

Taos MéradDownload this article on PDF
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Les Desperate Housewives en leurs maisons

Alya Belgaroui-DegaletDownload this article on PDF