survivance


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survivance

(səˈvaɪvəns)
n
1. survival
2. succession
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A history that places working-class Franco-American women at its center creates an angle of vision capable of critically assessing "survivance." This approach makes room for questions such as: did people really subscribe to the tenets of "survivance?;" how did people incorporate the elements of this model into their lives?; while Franco-American elites may have subscribed to this paradigm, did other groups within the community do the same?
A cela, elle ajoute l'hypothese de la survivance de pratiques feodales liees a la loi salique, deux fois reinseree dans les constitutions post-revolutionnaires, donc d'une continuite historique, malgre la rupture revolutionnaire avec l'Ancien Regime.
"Survivance de la tradition medievale dans les fetes francaises de la Renaissance." Jacquot, 1:397-404.
Sparked by the sight of many natives trailing off to the United States in the 1840s, French Canadian colonization promoters began looking to their own hinterland as a means of promoting la survivance of the race.
La desunion et la division de leurs rangs sont telles que le statu quo semble le meilleur garant de leur survivance sous la tutelle et la soumission.
Cette genese allegorique, dont les formes vegetales, animales, humaines ou minotauresques s'abandonnent a divers degres de transformation, de transgression ou meme de contamination, n'est pas sans rappeler le caractere vertigineux de la survivance.
Une survivance de la defunte Constituante oo les elus etaient plus occupes a ergoter et s'echarper qu'a faire des lois.
Dillon's "Bradbury's Survivance Stories," which discusses the Native American concept of survivance in conjunction with some of Bradbury's Mars stories.
Robert Lees essay explores the role of "storying" in Vizenor's 2008 novella Father Meme; Jill Doerfleur, Drew Lopinzina, and Linda Lizut Helstern all engage with Vizenor's notion of "survivance"; Doerfleur and Michael Snyder take up the idea of "postindian"; while David L.
(2.) D'Avignon mentionne que la presence des << Amerindiens >> au Zocalo temoigne de la survivance des cultures autochtones au Mexique (a titre d'attraction touristique, des demonstrations de rites ancestraux sont effectivement organisees sur le Zocalo, sans toutefois constituer un temoignage d'une realite concrete des habitants de la ville) ; affirmation surprenante puisqu'il s'agit de l'un des endroits de la Republique ou la proportion d'Autochtones compte parmi les plus faibles.
Taken together, I argue that Claxton's videos function as vehicles toward indigenizing social memory--a role that is rooted in sovereignty, self-determination, and survivance. (2)
By avoiding victimry and emphasizing "the ongoing agency and activity of the Native" (Krupat 2008: 103), Dehgewanus becomes an example of native survivance (Vizenor and Lee 1999: 93) and her story an example of an active presence, one that can "undermine the literature of dominance" (Vizenor 1994: 12).