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"De la prison Montluc au Mémorial, et après…"

Marie-Thérèse Têtu-Delage 1
1 PUEPI
CMW - Centre Max Weber
Abstract : In 2009, Lyon’s prisons closed. The Montluc prison was the only one that was saved from demolition and turned into a memorial to the victims of the Nazi repression. By so doing, the other stories and memories of this prison, that operated from 1921 to 2009, were « forgotten », including those of the Algerian War. This article retraces the investigation that was conducted by sociologists who followed « the making of » of this heritage process and sought to show its public dimension. Finally, it shows how, with a public sociology approach, the researchers intend to experiment with digital resources so as to participate in public debates and the ongoing making of this heritage.
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Submitted on : Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 3:53:23 PM
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Marie-Thérèse Têtu-Delage. "De la prison Montluc au Mémorial, et après…". EspacesTemps.net, Association Espaces Temps.net, 2015, rubrique Travaux, http://www.espacestemps.net/articles/de-la-prison-montluc-au-memorial-et-apres/. ⟨halshs-01191827⟩

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