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Mot-clé : Félix Gaillard Samuel Cazenave_x
Source: HAL

The Writing of Violence and Interculturality : Issues of Identity in Contemporary Mauritian novels written in French and English

Arnold, Markus (17 march 2012)

This research project explores the different inscriptions of postcolonial identities in an extensive corpus of Mauritian novels written in French and English between 1990 and 2010. Over these last few decades, aesthetic, thematic and poetic innovation can be observed in a young generation of ...

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Source: HAL

Picture of the messenger in the thirteenth century France : standards and practices

Colin, Thibaut (25 jun. 2013)

We can know the messenger on the capetian era by various sources. For this reason appear a few figures of this inviting holder. First, the scrolls holder who was in charge of an indispensable gesture for cohesion of abbeys. Then, the messenger, classical theme in medieval literature, has been before ...

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Source: HAL

Shaman acting, puppet acting : at the roots of a theatrical culture

Guillemin, Alain (3 dec. 2012)

Around the shaman or the puppet master, links be forged to face up to disorder thanks to a speech in motion. They inspire a life, credible because simulated and bearing the living dead's paradoxal energy, to a human or animal representation, to a ritual-caracterized animated object. China keeps the ...

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Picture of the messenger in the thirteenth century France : standards and practices

Colin, Thibaut (25 jun. 2013)

Le messager de l'époque capétienne nous est accessible par des sources variées. De ce fait apparaissent plusieurs figures de ce porteur invitant. D'abord, le porte-rouleaux qui assurait un geste indispensable à la cohésion des abbayes. Ensuite, le messager, thème récurrent des lettres ...

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Source: HAL

Placed to be useful : Georges Huisman in the General Direction of the Fine Arts (1934-1940)

Serre, Hélène (13 feb. 2015)

This study has for subject the Head office of the Fine arts from 1934 till 1940 by Georges Huisman. Cette étude a pour sujet la Direction Générale des Beaux-Arts de 1934 à 1940 par Georges Huisman.

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Source: HAL

Colonial school teacher. Madagascar, 1896-1960

Duteil, Simon (29 oct. 2009)

On the entire Madagascar’s French colonization period, thousands of people work in officialcolonial education with a "European" status which distinguishes them from the colonized. Asagents of the colonial State, these teachers are daily actors of French colonialism. Studyingthese teachers, from ...

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Source: HAL

Crime Reports in the Press in Puy-de-Dôme (1852-1914). A Study of Court Reporting

Soulier, Sébastien (16 sep. 2011)

On July 29th 1881, the law on the freedom of the press marked the starting point of an unprecedented development in the French written press which led to its playing what then became an essential role in the social, political and cultural life of all French people. Before long, the press in Puy-de- ...

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Source: HAL

The changes in religious architecture in the romanesque churches of the Bordelais and the Bazadais (XIth - early XIIth centuries)

Provost, Marion (5 dec. 2014)

This thesis aims to highlight the emergence of romanesque architecture in its various forms. It started in the XIth century, as well as the transformations which occurred during the beginning of the XIIth century, in the former dioceses of Bordeaux and Bazas. Our work is part of a larger research ...

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Source: HAL

The myth of the Montserrat Black Virgin : formation and implementation (IXe-XXIe century)

Imperiali-Decker, Odile, (13 dec. 2013)

Thanks to the presence and implementation of the Mare de Déu, the abbey and the mountain of Montserrat became, in the course of the centuries, a religious symbol and a bastion of christianity, and, later on, the guardians of the catalan traditions, culture and identity. The religious founding myth, ...

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