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Isabella Gagliardi

Isabella Gagliardi is Associate Professor of History of Christianity and Churches at the Department of History, Archaeology, Geography, Art and Performing Arts of the University of Florence (SAGAS). 2015 to present. In 2018 she obtained the National Scientific Habilitation as Full Professor in the History of Christianity and Churches.

She was Research Fellow in Medieval History at University of Florence, 2006-2015 and Associate Professor in Medieval History at University of Florence (2015-2019)

Nhung Tuyet Tran

Nhung Tuyet Tran’s intellectual interests lie at the intersection of gender, law and religious practice in early modern Southeast Asia. She is associate professor of history at the University of Toronto, where she teaches courses on Southeast Asian, transnational gender, religious, food, and Indian Ocean histories. She supervises doctoral students working on topics related to gender and religion in Southeast Asia.

The project 

Title: Releasing the Soul: Vietnamese Catholic Identity in the Early Modern Era, 1624-1800

Kang Daehoon

Kang Daehoon has been a PhD student in anthropology at EHESS since 2020. After graduating from Seoul National University in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in oceanography, he worked as a researcher at the South Korean Institute of Marine Science and Technology (KIOST) from 2013 to 2015. Sent several times on research trips to Palau, Fiji, and the Federated States of Micronesia, he discovered worlds hitherto completely unknown to him. It was on this occasion that anthropology fascinated him.

En translation unavailable for Podcast | "La loi de 1905 n'aura pas lieu" Tome 2.
En translation unavailable for Podcast | "La loi de 1905 n'aura pas lieu" Tome 1 .
En translation unavailable for Embryon, personne et parenté.

This text analyses the timelessness of the revolutionary romantic critique of capitalist modernity in Walter Benjamin’s thought. One hundred years after “Capitalism as Religion” has been written (1921), we will show its importance and study the way in which the German philosopher elaborates his micrological-Marxist analysis. First, we will examine the nodal points of his romantic critique both in his books Einbahnstrasse and Passagenwerk. Then we will look at the role of fashion in the dynamics of consumption.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 04/06/2021
En translation unavailable for Replay | La loi de 1905 n'aura pas lieu.