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Source: HAL

Placing World War I in the History of Mathematics

Aubin, David et al. (19 march 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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Source: HAL

Representation of the enemy in the American cinema : from the post-war years to the fall of the Berlin Wall

Ballion, Frédérique (18 jun. 2014)

In order to study the various representations of the enemy conveyed during the ColdWar, we preferred to adopt a crossed-analysis of both the political andcinematographic discourses. The concept of enemy, which was inherent to theforeign policy at that time, took part in the process of legitimization ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Violence, sexuality and social struggles, : the paradoxical destiny of dancehall music

Marie-Magdeleine, Loïc (2 dec. 2013)

Ce travail analyse le dancehall, dernière forme en date de la musique jamaïcaine, à travers les questions de violence et de sexualité. Cette musique rencontre des difficultés sur le plan local et international non seulement à cause des thématiques abordées mais aussi par la manière dont ...

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Source: HAL

The Rock Art of Upper Tibet and Ladakh: Inner Asian cultural adaptation, regional differentiation and the Western Tibetan Plateau Style

Bruneau, Laurianne et al. (2013)

International audience This paper examines common thematic and esthetic features discernable in the rock art of the western portion of the Tibetan plateau. This rock art is international in scope; it includes Ladakh (La-dwags) (under Indian jurisdiction), Tö (Stod) and the Changthang (Byang-thang) ...

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Source: HAL

A mall for all? Race and public space in post-apartheid Cape Town

Houssay-Holzschuch, Myriam et al. (2009)

International audience This article analyses post-apartheid public spaces through social and spatial practices at the Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront mall in Cape Town. Our empirical evidence suggests that these public spaces involve much more than just consumption patterns, as they sustain and ...

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Source: HAL

Ireland's Musical Identity

Falc'her-Poyroux, Erick (15 dec. 1996)

Opinions about Irish traditional music today differ greatly, and its actors are to be met all over the world : one should undoubtedly see in these facts a confirmation of the incredible cultural renewal at work in Ireland today. The international recognition that music is thus granted establishes an ...

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Source: SOAS

Muslims, Trust and Cultural Dialogue

Morey, Peter et al. (dec. 2015)

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Source: HAL

The criticism as source of strategic opportunities : The construction of the orphan drug field in United States and Europe.

Hamadache, Karim (18 nov. 2013)

This research intends to investigate the relationship between criticism of firms and individual and collective strategies they use to address and exploit it. The case study of the orphan drug field in the United States and Europe shows the ability of firms to recover criticism and develop strategic ...

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