Editor: France Marchal-Ninosque (Catherine Chedeau, deputy)
The Annales littéraires collection succeeds the service of the same name created in 1954 at the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences of the University of Besançon. This collection presents a rich catalogue and is structured in about fifteen series, including four journals, supported by research teams covering largely the humanities and social sciences field.
Pascal LECROART – Dominique MILLET-GERARD (edit. director) – 2021
The originality of this book is to apprehend the Claudelian work in the diversity of its components - theatre, poetry, critical and exegetical work - around a perspective: that of an new art that upsets the usual frameworks. As a diplomat, he has travelled the universe, from China to the United States, from Brazil to Japan, via Europe, and has also aroused interest in Russia and Poland. Twelve international researchers are here exploring this inexhaustible manna.
Elodie BOUYGUES – Yvon HOUSSAIS (edit. director) – 2020
The book touches on the question of writing practices and the reading of short forms and analyzes several classics of the 19th and 20th centuries. It also explores the emergence of hybrid forms and the educational usage of short texts in children's literature.15.00 €
Bertrand DEGOTT – Olivier GOETZ – Hélène LAPLACE-CLAVERIE (edit. director) – 2020
Both a poet and a dramatist, Edmond Rostand remains a poorly known artist despite the outstanding success of his play Cyrano de Bergerac. This book sheds light on the diversity of his multifaceted work and explores its many extensions.
Aude BONORD – France MARCHAL-NINOSQUE (edit. director) – 2020
The book brings together studies on Louis-Combet’s inner interrogations with the Other: other times, texts, artists, from Rembrandt to Dado. These inner voices animate his creation, evoking a dialogue of the uncionscious between him and the artist.15.00 €
Claude CUENOT – Xavier VIGNA (preface by) – François LASSUS (maps by) – 2020
Combining social analysis of the group and mobilization of social class, this synthesis on Doubs department’s labour movement between 1914 and 1950 evokes trade union action and the place of political left in an industrialized and rural environment.25.00 €
Matthew ZAJAC – Danièle Berton-Charrière (ed. and transl. by) – 2020
Le Tailleur d'Inverness, play, translation and introduction. Biographical, historical and epic account of a Galician Polish tailor who was enlisted during the Second World War. After a long wandering, he settled in Scotland.16.00 €
Marie-Odile Pittin-Hedon (edit. director) – 2020
Adopting a perspective that is cultural as well as political, the volume focuses on the representation of Scottish women, on public and cultural policies, and on contemporary literature, from Jackie Kay, Janice Galloway Ali Smith, Kathleen Jamie, Agnes Owens to Morna Pearson.
Nathalie BONVALOT – Françoise PASSARD-URLACHER (edit. director) – Jean TERRIER (preface by) – 2019
This multi-disciplinary book investigates two cemeteries, dating from the Merovingian up to the early Carolingian periods. It brings together a variety of studies which emphasize funeral practices, population and christian expansion.40.00 €
Patrick ANDERSON – François MIGEOT (edit. director) – 2019
The book is part of the sciences of language and, more particularly , of the didactics of languages and, more broadly, addresses the issuesz conveyed by the dominant discourse when it comes to teaching.
It brings together philosophical, socio-anthropolocical, psychoanalytic and political points of view, which focus on both didactics and linguistics.
From an an examination of the Council of europe’s proposals, which go beyond the strictly European framework, the authors question the instrumentalization of language and the disappearance of the subject.13.00 €