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Escaping from Babel : a Republic of Languages in search of a "Universal Language" in the Early Modern Age ?

Simon, Fabien Dimitri (2 déc. 2011)

During the Early Modern Age, Europe was the field of a protean quest for the universal language (researches on Adam's language were carried out, encyclopedias of all the idioms spoken on earth were written, languages were created ex nihilo...). In order to understand the social conditions presiding ...

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Source: HAL

Placing World War I in the History of Mathematics

Aubin, David et al. (19 mars 2013)

In the historical literature, opposite conclusions were drawn about the impact of the First World War on mathematics. In this chapter, the case is made that the war was an important event for the history of mathematics. We show that although mathematicians' experience of the war was extremely varied ...

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Crossing boundaries – volume 1 : scientific career ; volume 2 : publications ; volume 3 : Living together in post-apartheid South Africa

Houssay-Holzschuch, Myriam (29 nov. 2010)

This Habilitation thesis analyses within the framework of cultural and political geography contemporary South Africa cities through the example of Cape Town. It deals with compacted social change in emerging countries, using the post-apartheid South African example not as an exceptional case but as ...

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Source: Persée

Le retour du rhétorique sur la scène du pathos : Inventio et création dans les Lyrical Ballads et leur Préface à la lumière de l’esthétique humienne et des «new rhetoricians »

Bois, Catherine (2008)

Bois Catherine. Le retour du rhétorique sur la scène du pathos : Inventio et création dans les Lyrical Ballads et leur Préface à la lumière de l’esthétique humienne et des «new rhetoricians ». In: XVII-XVIII. Revue de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. ...

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Rogue Waves 2008 : Proceedings of a Workshop organized by Ifremer and held in Brest, France 13-14-15 October 2008 within the Brest Sea Tech Week 2008

Olagnon, Michel et al. (2009)

Since the Rogue Waves 2000 and 2004 workshops, researchers have pursued activity in the proposition of models and descriptions that can improve our understanding of rogue waves. The Brest Rogue Waves 2008 workshop gathered again many scientists and engineers to an opportunity to confront and discuss ...

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Source: SOAS

The neoliberal rise of East Asia and social movements of labour: four moments and a challenge

Chang, Dae-Oup (nov. 2012)

The celebrated ‘rise of East Asia’ as a centre of global capitalism resulted from the increasing integration of East Asia into the expanding circuit of capital that turned most of the East Asian population into ‘capitalist value-subjects’. This means that the vast majority of East Asian ...

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Dwarfs without giants : Decentralized architecture and Internet-based services

Musiani, Francesca (15 oct. 2012)

Even if the concept of decentralization is embedded to some extent at the very core of the Internet, today's "network of networks" integrates this principle only partially. The dominant organizational model for Internet-based services involves large clusters of servers controlled by the "giants" of ...

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The emergence ofi individualism and the questioning of truth in Victorian literature, 1830-1900

Brun, Agathe (28 juin 2013)

The fin de siècle period is regarded as an era of great social, philosophical and artistic change. Hence our tendency to forget that the fin de siècle notion was not born out of nothing and is part of a much larger movement developing through an entire century of change, discoveries and ...

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Patrimonialization of urban river spaces and experience of the users, visitors and inhabitants. A compared approach Pau (France) and Saragossa (Spain).

Leichnig, Kildine (4 déc. 2015)

Cette thèse de géographie humaine porte sur l’expérience sensible qu’ont les usagers -visiteurs et habitants- d’espaces fluviaux en cours de patrimonialisation, dans deux villes du Sud-ouest de l’Europe : Pau et Saragosse. Soucieuses d’améliorer leur cadre de vie et de poursuivre leur ...

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