Claire-Lise Debluë

Claire-Lise Debluë
University of Lausanne | UNIL · Institute of Political Studies

PhD

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Publications (16)
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Since when have social issues been exhibited, and how? Almost a century before the concept of the “museum of society” prevailed, these questions were already at the heart of certain social reformers’ concerns. Wishing to make the museum a place where they could shape their vision for a social world and seeking to express these views through a varie...
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From Peddling to Retail: A Brief History of Displaying Goods in Lausanne (1850–1950) At the end of the nineteenth century, sales practices faced dramatic changes. Shifting from the outdoor spaces to the sheltered places of small shops and department stores, the relocation of trade practices deeply impacted the landscape of retail activity. Street h...
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Après le numéro inaugural de Transbordeur sur l’histoire des musées de photographies documentaires, le présent numéro poursuit la démarche d’une histoire matérielle de la photographie, de ses usages et des formes de sa diffusion. Le dossier, au cœur de la revue, croise différents fils autour de la question de l’exposition de la photographie : la cé...
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From the “Numerical Image” to Photography. Displaying statistical knowledge in the late 19th and early 20th centuries Over the last twenty years graphic visualisation has become a core tool for observation, analysis and communication in the field of data science. Far from being a purely contemporary phenomenon linked to the rise of digital culture...
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L’année 1917 se signale par l’organisation d’une campagne de propagande patriote et économique de grande envergure prenant pour cible la « concurrence étrangère ». Directement issue du régime de l’économie de guerre, la Semaine suisse (Schweizer Woche) s’invite dans les écoles, auprès des soldats mobilisés et dans les foyers. Mais elle se déploie s...
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Durant la première moitié du XXe siècle, les expositions et les foires internationales constituent un terrain d’affrontement privilégié entre les différents acteurs de la politique d’exposition. Alors que les entreprises suisses cherchent à conquérir de nouvelles positions sur les marchés extérieurs, la manière de représenter la Suisse à l’étranger...
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From World Fair to National Trade Fair. Key Elements to an Expanded History of Exhibitions during World War I During World War I, trade fairs outnumbered world fairs. With the support of Chambers of commerce, trade fairs enlarged the prerogatives of private economic actors in the field of exhibitions. In this article, it is argued that the emergenc...
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L’une des singularites d’Anna Sanders Films reside dans plusieurs preoccupations communes, enoncees dans de nombreux entretiens ainsi que dans l’ouvrage-somme The In-Between – Anna Sanders Films. Ce dernier, melangeant articles critiques et positionnement theorique, peut etre considere comme revelateur d’un « programme » Anna Sanders. Les productio...

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This project takes the history of the SSM as a starting point to investigate the circulation of social knowledge in the public sphere. It shows that, far from illustrating existing social policies only, the SSM also contributed to shaping representations of the social state and to objectifying its principles.
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Projet de communication scientifique soutenu par le programme Agora du Fonds national suisse de la recherche. Plus d'informations sur : https://news.unil.ch/display/1522249838816
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The project pursues the double goal of studying the archeology of data visualization from an intermedial perspective and of re-evaluating the rise of statistical thinking within the context of modernity and mass culture.