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Post-independence, dissonance, malaise and violence in anglophone african literature : from disenchantment to decay ?

Awitor, Etsè (2 oct. 2015)

Through the analysis of the daily life of the protagonists, the socio-political, economic and cultural post-independence dissonance and malaise, this study spotlights the different forms of violence as portrayed in Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born, Fragments, Meja Mwangi’s ...

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Source: HAL

The monitorial system in Brittany between 1815 and 1850

Chalopin, Michel (28 jun. 2008)

The monitorial system is a way of teaching which uses monitors who are the more educated pupils of the school. At the very end of the XVIIIe century, two english pedagogues, Bell and Lancaster, establish this system of education for the poor children. Its founders want it to be both efficient and ...

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Source: HAL

The Idea of Crimes Against Humanity in International Law

Danlos, Julien (26 oct. 2010)

This thesis seeks to explore various philosophical issues raised by the legal concept of crimes against humanity. The discussion lies at the crossroads of international law, legal philosophy, history, philosophy of history and moral and political philosophy. The first chapter examines the notion of ...

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Source: HAL

"Person" in French Civil Law: 1804-1914

Wu, Tzung-Mou (1 march')"/> 2011)

Ex-directeur Yan Thomas (2004-2008) This dissertation deals with the semantic changes which occurred to the word "person" from Bonaparte's codification to the First World War. It shows that the word kept its traditional uses and meanings in the language of juges and practitioners, which many case ...

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« La Grande Brenne » in pre-industrial times (Indre). A contribution to the history of landscapes, fishponds and the relationships between societies and the environment in a continental wetland. Historical, archaeological and paleo-environmental approaches.

Benarrous, Renaud (8 dec. 2009)

“La Grande Brenne”, a 520 km² fish farming region situated in “Indre”, is a wetland of major ecological interest. Our goal is to add some information about the history of fishponds, its territory, its population and about the relationships between its society and its environment which have ...

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The slave family in Bourbon

Gérard, Gilles (4 may 2011)

From the end of the 17th century until the abolition of 1848, Bourbon Island in the South-West Indian Ocean, saw a slave system marked by consolidation and practices of different authorities downgrading or denied family structures of the slave. Next to other means of servile resistors as the " ...

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The second people of Nantes in the XVIIIth century: everyday environments and social interactions.

Danet, Vincent (17 jun. 2011)

For the intellectuals and lexicographers officiating under the Ancien Regime, the people of France was then not one but many. At the heart of urban space, excluding the population of beggars and vagabonds, the at once most numerous and least well regarded part of this people groups together ...

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A galley in Versailles. Reconstitution of the Real galley of the Grand Canal built in 1685.

Grimald, Patrice (10 oct. 2013)

In the 17th century, the Palace of Versailles was the centre of the Sun King's brilliance and glory. In the kingdom of France, every institution -be it Art, Science or Literature- was staged on the scenes depicting the King's majesty: the Palace, the Gardens, and the Grand Canal. In accordance with ...

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The gulf of Guinea and U.S. strategy toward sub-saharan Africa since the end of the Cold War (1993-2008)

Lembe, Marie-Sylvie (18 feb. 2015)

Le golfe de Guinée constitue le principal enjeu de la géostratégie africaine post-bipolaire des Etats-Unis. Et pour cause, la région possède plusieurs forces profondes. Elles sont perceptibles avec les hydrocarbures liquides, devenus stratégiques pour les chefs d’état-major américains ...

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The role of trade in growth: a reflection based on 18th-century France

Daudin, Guillaume (20 jun. 2001)

The aim of this PhD is to present a theoretical reflection on the role of trade in economic growth. This reflection is based on the study of a concrete example: 18th-century France. The first part studies domestic trade. The French productive structure is described in a first chapter. The second ...

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