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Malalabar My presentation comes from experiments made in France from the seventies until now in neighbourhoods under transformation1. In France lost the war against Prussia; a besieged Paris was defended by its citizenry in revolt against the defeatist national government which organized the suppression of the Paris Commune from its refuge in Bordeaux. From urban opportunities to sensitive fictions In all the exemples given ahead circumstamces created opportunities which could be seized to inscribe no-desires and alter-desires in reality. It was officially charged with the task of imposing a homogeneous structure on the country as a whole, and obliging every single individual to speak the same language, the French of the court. Staunch defenders of the language which had selected them and of the standards of excellence which had been entrusted to them, they were also potentially future oppressors of people who, were they to acquire the same advantages, might well devalue positions which had been gained at great cost.

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Nigul Neither the editor nor the translator will read the source text in exactly the same way; querrken will never wholly agree on the most meaningful words for successive presentations to the booksellers, then the press release, followed by the critical reception, and finally the public response.

Anne Querrien — Language is less of an interface between a community and the natural world; it has become an ahne material which people can use to compose their own score, draw up their own existential itinerary, draw their own line and play their own card. In the animal world, it is the burrowing mole so dear to Karl Marx; or the rat with which our underground existence is so closely associated, and which in times past allowed the plague described by Albert Camus to decimate us.

Gardening with habitants, but habitants have become autonomous with the transfer of Ecobox in a new little land; the public space dimension is reducing, the art querrirn too. Movement through translation The English word translation carries the dual meaning of linguistic transfer and movement from one place to another.

From their assembly in Paris, deputies knew that, in the provinces, the great majority of citizens spoke little or no French. In this French, this imperial language, translation is a process of acculturation, monopolization, possession, association with a legitimated, national body of knowledge. Their mission was to find out which dialects the constitution needed to be translated into, so that all citizens would be able to read it.

Self-defence in turn acts as a mirror and, by fending off prejudice, actually legitimizes it. French, a language of emancipation, is becoming a language of repression, of distinction, of selection and exclusion: It is difficult to teach French to a child, to a non-native, to all those who are distanced from the power of words.

The violence of the former colonial relationship reappears in the French national territory in the form of degrading prejudices. The last revolt in the French suburbs in November was said to be mute, voiceless: Production of Desires in the Urban Field. The French language, now a language of power cut off from its traditional oral and poetic functions, has changed enormously since the Middle Ages. Dialects, called patois from then onwards, were banned even in the school playground.

In French, however, traduction denotes a similar transfer from one language to another as far as sense is concerned, but translation signifies the transfer of an object, of property and more particularly of the remains of a deceased person from one place to another or from one person to another, according to the Petit Robert dictionary, the bible of self-taught intellectuals and printing workers.

The seconde desire comes from professionals, generallly young, for autonomy in practice, self-oriented work. The other direction which made us meet is internationalisation: This is urban field even it does not look like because huge hospitals need huge land and make suburbs in which they are built quasi dead lands, with no value and security problems Any exclusion scheme has the same results So there is also a conjonction of forces to say no- second exemple, the massive one: They publicly said no and this program asked for by trade unions was stopped and new kind of care centers organised.

Habermas shows that it can be the art of receiving. Production of Desires in the Urban Field — A Talk by Anne Querrien So, from my perspective, disqualified in two respects and undermining an already minor position, I propose to take up again some of the points I raised in the workshop. It is often spoken by power as a negative desire, a preference to passivity, immobilism, anti-modernity. From urban opportunities to querrieen fictions In all the exemples given ahead circumstamces created opportunities which could be seized to inscribe no-desires and alter-desires in reality.

CERFI, a social science alternative research center created by Felix Guattari and some former students, very active in 68 with the idea of work together, do something to change society, work differently with no hierarchy hypothesis of a creativity of non-hierarchical organisationand create a new world in a great incertainty and great ambition. Production of Desires in querrieb Urban Field My presentation comes from experiments made in France from the seventies until now in neighbourhoods under transformation1.

Production of Desires in the Urban Field — A Talk by Anne Querrien Park Fiction It is a war of languages, with translation being used as a weapon and the translator in the role of a double agent. Staunch defenders of the language which had selected them and of the standards of excellence which had been entrusted to them, they were also potentially future oppressors of people who, were they to acquire the same advantages, might well devalue positions which had been gained at great cost.

The act of translation goes beyond language towards a recreation of life in the old country, at least here in the place where the patients are cared for, which is offered as a transitional space. And the French person views English or any other language in the same light. The text is quite literally different, losing as always in translation; it is an equivalent, it moves and is ready to begin again. What I now propose to do is to analyse some acts of translation from this minor, underground perspective, marginalized on three counts within the world language, yet erecting bridges and digging tunnels between the lower case and the capital.

In CERFI we missed largely this artistic dimension, this progressive line to go ahead, except in the issue Three billions queers of our journal Recherches. Paris was besieged by loyalist troops made up of, among others, French soldiers and officers released by the Prussians for this specific purpose. Tobie Nathan, and the Georges Devereux centre have specialized in the care of migrants with mental health problems.

Managing openess to others and space of retreat at the same time for the core animators is the basis of the creation of public space: Its supporters were keen to introduce to people everywhere the revolutionary constitution which had been granted to the republic. This revolution however appeared to be a good thing for everyone.

This is ambivalence of desire and overwhelming power repesentations. I am descended from an ethnic minority with Mongol origins, known as the bigoudenwho somehow or other arrived in this area with the Huns, maybe?

The work of Erving Goffman [10] in the United States and John Gumperz [11] in Britain has critically dismantled these interactions, which are not just a playing out of the mechanisms of domination, but reveal the real capacity to shape social reality in line with the dominant expectations of the moment. In French, the word mineur also means miner, the one who digs holes below ground in search of valuable ore or precious metals; in the army, the mineur is even the sapper who digs holes for the mines that blow up the ground to be captured.

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Voodoogis Each of the four translations is different, opening up as many very different horizons for the reader. A world language would, in the wake of the languages of empire, translate the diversity of existing cultures into itself in order to appropriate, absorb and destroy them. Qurrrien they appear with the image put on them as specialist of urban insterstices before renewal. CERFI, a social science alternative research center created by Felix Guattari and some former students, very active in 68 with the idea of work annf, do something to change society, work differently with no hierarchy hypothesis of a creativity of non-hierarchical organisationand create a new world in a great incertainty and great ambition. It is necessary to trace little by little an operational line of flight with an utopian dimension and a light institutional, processual managing apparatus, to organise along the situation, transform progressively the relations between holders of desires, the no-habitants and alter-professionals. From urban opportunities to sensitive fictions In all the exemples given ahead circumstamces created opportunities which could be seized to inscribe no-desires and alter-desires in reality. Querrirn liberalism desires are affordable only through money and by individual grasp.

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They respond to social needs not met by the market. In recent years, the European Union has proposed that lucrative social enterprises organize themselves to meet the same needs, and enjoy the same benefits, for these social missions, as non-profit organizations. On the other hand, non-profit organizations are increasingly subject to the same taxation as ordinary businesses, with the effect of preventing their development. These problems are of little interest to the new members of the Union, a fact which has prevented the drawing up of the statutes of a European mutual society and association. Gifts sustain the associations which advise political power and provide new services.

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