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Mot-clé : De l'abandon au mépris Bertrand Rothé_x
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Dismembered writing : barbarism and civilisation in the novels and philosophical prose of Hugo from Les Misérables to Quatrevingt-treize

Perrin-Daubard, Marie (31 oct. 2009)

Ce travail a pour enjeux l’étude du conflit entre l’idéologie progressiste de Hugo, sa conception et sa pratique de l’art dans les romans et les proses philosophiques de l’exil. La modernité scientifique et les principes de 1789, coupés de la nature et de l’Histoire, sont en effet anti ...

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Hjalmar Schacht, financer and diplomat (1930-1950)

CLAVERT, Frédéric (11 dec. 2006)

For Hjalmar Schacht, president of the Reichsbank, the Weimar Republic failed in regulating the crisis that hit Germany in the late 1920s. Thus he did not hesitate to work with the Third Reich and became Minister of Economy of Hitler. Acquitted at Nurenberg, he has since never ceased to be a ...

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France and its population confronted to the compulsory labor draft (1942-1945)

Spina, Raphaël (29 jun. 2012)

This thesis represents the first scientific synthesis nationwide about the Compulsory Labor Draft (Service du Travail Obligatoire, STO) inflicted upon France during the Second World War. Between September 1942 and the summer of 1944, laws enacted by the Vichy Regime forced approximately 600000 to ...

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“War, the most terrible erosion”. War cultures and academic geographers, Germany-France-United States (1914-1921)

Ginsburger, Nicolas (30 nov. 2010)

Lorsque la Grande Guerre éclate en 1914, le champ mondial de la géographie universitaire est structuré en écoles locales et nationales, liées par des publications, des débats scientifiques et des rassemblements au niveau international. Cette étude d’histoire comparée montre que les trois ...

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"War, the most terrible erosion". War cultures and academic geographers, Germany-France-United States (1914-1921)

Ginsburger, Nicolas (30 nov. 2010)

When the Great War broke out in 1914, the field of academia in geography was divided into local and national schools, connectedtogether through publications, scientific debates and international meetings.My work in comparative history aims at showing that the three main “communities” in the ...

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Edition and literary study of the french prose version of the legend of Ogier le Danois preserved in the three first printed editions : Lyon, Jean de Vingle (1496) ; Paris, (pour) Antoine Vérard (s.d.) ; Paris, Le Petit Laurens (s.d.)

Dompierre, Aurélia (20 nov. 2015)

No manuscript of Ogier le Danois in prose became known to us. However, we conserve the three first printed editions : Lyon, Jean de Vingle, 1496 ; Paris, « pour » Antoine Vérard, s.d. ; Paris, Le Petit Laurens, s.d. The aim of the thesis is to provide the first critical edition of this prose from ...

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Representations of the German society in the early 1990ies in newspaper columns devoted to everyday life and zeitgeist (E. Heidenreich, E. Hammerl, P. Almqvist, M. Goldt)

Koch, Thomas (11 dec. 2006)

Since the 1980ies the genre of the Kolumne (column) took its rise in the German press. In this thesis, we studied a corpus of 418 columns published between 1989 and 1994, by authors Elke Heidenreich, Elfriede Hammerl, Paula Almqvist and Max Goldt. In spite of a large variety of forms and topics, one ...

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La pratique et les réseaux savants d'Albrecht von Haller (1708-1777), vecteur du transfert culturel entre les espaces français et germaniques au XVIIIème siècle

Catherine, Florence (18 sep. 2009)

Le médecin bernois Albrecht von Haller (1708-1777) est une figure centrale de l'espace des Lumières germaniques et helvètes. Auteur d'une oeuvre pluridisciplinaire, il polarise un vaste réseau de correspondants dans toute l'Europe. Nous nous proposons donc d'analyser son rôle de médiateur ...

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Autobiographical Fiction and Fictional Biographies in the Work of Anthony Burgess

Haffen, Aude (26 nov. 2010)

In his autobiography, where his fictionalizing his " real life " borders on the unbelievable, as well as in his fictional biographies, where authorial personae freely create the figures of their biographees, Anthony Burgess juggles his way between authorial truth commitments and blatant invention. ...

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Gentlemen of Havre. Sea merchants, brokers and shipowners from 1680 to 1830.

Delobette, Edouard, (26 nov. 2005)

encouragement unanime du jury a la publication de la thesefichier .doc expedie en format.zip The economic and social expansion of seamerchants in Havre during the 18th century seemed quite unique when compared to those in other major French commercial ports. Several reasons can be given to ...

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