This group supports research focused on the Humanities, particularly as they pertain to education, subject formation, and cultural development. Bringing together scholars from a range of fields, including literature, religion, philosophy, and history, Humanities, Education, and Culture aims to foster interdisciplinary collaboration, international participation, and high-profile dissemination.
(BQ) HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
CIAC develops innovative research in the fields of artistic studies (visual arts, cinema, theatre) and cultural studies, communication and, more recently, literary studies (digital archives, critical digital editions), connecting the creation of platforms and the forms of communication of scientific knowledge in the designated areas. Since its inception, it has maintained an interdisciplinary character.
The core mission of the ICArEHB is to develop an integrative understanding of past human adaptations.
The SEENAS research group is a part of European network of specialists in American Studies within the developing SEA EU Alliance. The SEENAS network is open to North and South American issues, countries and regional areas. The three main objectives of the network are to open up onto inter-disciplinary research and collaboration, provide more academic visibility to American Studies at national and international levels, and reaching out to non-academic audiences to make this research more accessible.
- Design of tools to assess health-related physical fitness.
- Physical exercise and health.
- Assessment and intervention with physical exercise for the prevention and treatment of health in adults and elderly (i.e. fibromyalgia, cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, Down syndrome, quality of life and positive health).
- Promotion of active and healthy habits in school and university students.
Research is organised around three axes:
Axis 1: Concepts and theories
Axis 2: Traces and materialities of knowledge
Axis 3: Artifacts and systems
The Laboratoire d'études et de recherche en sociologie (formerly the Atelier de Recherche Sociologique -ARS-) is a host team (EA 3149) which develops sociological research within the University of Western Brittany and the University of Southern Brittany. It federates the fundamental and applied research work of sociologists from these two universities and researchers in human and social sciences who recognize themselves in its approach
Health and Society
Territories and mobility
Sociology of Cultures