in: Transferts culturels
The book has three axes of reflection on the concept of transference. In the first part of the volume, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink evokes contemporary changes that increase intercultural communications. Walter Moser examines the history of concepts and explores the possibility of "cultural transfer" an instrument that would account for the great cultural mobility that we see today worldwide. Pierre Lévy gives this conceptual exploration highest amplitude by moving it to the general area of information transfer. The second part, "The transfer and knowledge", occupies the bulk of the work. Daniel Simeoni explores translation studies documenting the parallelism of translation and transfer concepts. In psychoanalysis, both as a site that as a practice, the transfer has a long conceptual history; Ellen Corin yet open dialogue with other disciplines and knowledge and raises the possibility of laterally moving the achievements of his thinking to the field of anthropology. In criminal law, Alvaro Pires explores theoretical and methodological issues of transfer, supporting his words with examples. Nicolas Goyer distinguishes between "family transfer" and "migration transfer" to illustrate the need to challenge the priority that has long given the intergenerational transfer.
The third part explores the overlapping of transfers and the media. Timothy Murray explores the 'new media art', where the political intersect, the médiaticotechnologique, psychoanalytic and intercultural. Wolfgang Ernst questioned the "transfer" the confluence of ethnology, ethnography, museology, history and cultural analysis, compared to the theory and history of the media.