Marie Bouhaïk-Gironès

Marie Bouhaïk-Gironès
French National Centre for Scientific Research | CNRS

Doctorat d'Histoire

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Marie Bouhaïk-Gironès currently works at French National Centre for Scientific Research. Marie does research in Cultural History. Their most recent publication is 'La mécanique de la représentation. Machines et effets spéciaux sur les scènes européennes, XVe-XVIIIe siècles, numéro thématique, Revue d’histoire du théâtre'.

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La fracassante annonce de la « mort de l’auteur » par Roland Barthes en 1968 est habituellement citee depuis comme l’exemple d’une revolution ideologique avortee pour les uns, le symbole d’une provocation gratuite pour les autres. Le desir d’auteur est indeniablement plus fort que jamais au debut d’un xxie siecle avide de commemorations patrimonial...
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Gratian’s Decretum reaffirms the incompatibility between the clerical status and actor’s trade. But what happens in practice ? The pleas between the procureur du roi and the bishop of Paris, in a conflict of jurisdiction before the court of the Parlement de Paris in 1416 on the case of Poncelet de Montchauvet, a criminal clerk having exercised an t...
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Theatre and the law always have a complex relationship. An analysis of French legal sources from the Middle Ages and the early modern period clearly points to the tension between the conceptual and the practical sides of drama. Three main issues will be addressed: codification by the Church, what notarial contracts can and cannot tell us about the...
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This paper intends to draw new foundations for a history of theatrical practices that would be emancipated from the traditional notions of the literary history. The silence of historians about the medieval actors is to be explained by one of the big misunderstandings of theatre history : the paradigm establishing the birth of professional actors in...
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The Basoche of Paris was the professional community of law clerks attached to the Parlement of Paris, created in the fourteenth century. The law clerks had their own specific communal, professional and cultural practices, among which literature and theatre took on a major role. The Basoche influenced the development of theatre in the late Middle Ag...
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Cet article est la synthèse d'une journée d'études organisée dans le cadre du séminaire sur l'histoire de Paris. Elle visait à tenter de cerner la perception de l'espace au Moyen Âge à travers différentes sources. Il se dégage de la confrontation des dossiers l'impression qu'il y a des usages sociaux très sélectifs de l'espace urbain, même si il fa...

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