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Mot-clé : Extraordinary cities Peter J. Taylor,._x
Source : OpenEdition Books

São Paulo: Big, Bigger, Global? The Development of a Megacity in the Global South

Töpfer, Tobias (29 sept. 2016)

Introduction São Paulo is the biggest city in Brazil and, with its metropolitan region, one of the largest agglomerations worldwide. Economically speaking, being responsible for 12% of the national Brazilian GDP and double the GDP per capita of Brazil, it is the leading national metropolis. However ...

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Source : SOAS

Shanghai escapade: cinema, anticipation and the touristic city

Harte, Duncan (2014)

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Source : Sciences Po

The Judicial Politics of Enmity. A Case Study of the Constitutional Court of Korea’s Jurisprudence Since 1988

Guichard, Justine (juin 2014)

Among the countries which have experienced a political transition away from authoritarianism in the 1980s, South Korea is usually considered as a model of both democracy and judicial review. Relying on an interpretive reading of jurisprudence, the present research however uncovers the double-edged ...

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Source : HAL

Des paysages impossibles : nature, forme et historicité chez W. Wordsworth et S.T. Coleridge

Folliot, Laurent (11 déc. 2010)

It is remarkable that Wordsworth should still be seen as the quintessential nature poet, when his poetry actually marks the demise of a well-established descriptive tradition in 18th-century English literature: depictions of landscape are much shorter and much less frequent in Wordsworth than in any ...

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Source : Revues.org

Edsel Ford: The Businessman as Artist

Dean, John (15 avr. 2011)

This essay’s objective is to examine an overlooked, outstanding example of the businessman as artist, Edsel Bryant Ford. To consider his skill as automobile designer; his forceful, innovative management of advertising and public relations; his adept painting, sculpting and photography; his ...

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Source : Revues.org

Introduction. Delhi’s Margins: Negotiating Changing Spaces, Identities and Governmentalities

Govinda, Radhika (19 déc. 2013)

Delhi has been known by many names, some rising to prominence as others fade: the Imperial City, dotted by historical monuments and wide tree-lined avenues; the Capital City, from where the country’s administration is run; Partition City, which provided a safe haven to Punjabi refugees; a city in ...

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Source : Erudit

Catherine the Great: Coleridge, Byron, and Erotic Politics on the Eastern Front

Taylor, Anya (2012)

Catherine II of Russia, a glamorous, enlightened Romanticist figure in her own right, enraged both Coleridge and Byron. Coleridge, who reported her bloody campaigns in The Watchman, cursed her cruelty at the battle of Ismail in “Ode on the Departing Year” just as she was dying. Twenty-seven ...

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Source : Ifremer

GEO-6 Assessment for the pan-European region

UNEP/UNECE (2016)

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