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Mot-clé : Grand atlas 2014 sous la direction de Frank Tétart_x
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Didier GUIGNARD Thèse pour le doctorat d'histoire Sous la direction de Robert ILBERT 2008L’abus de pouvoir en Algérie coloniale, 1880-1914. Visibilité et singularité, Aix-Marseille Université, 2 tomes, 695 p.

Guignard, Didier (8 nov. 2008)

This thesis in history analyses a growing visibility on abuses of power from French representatives and civil servants in colonial Algeria (1891-1903). The stream of denunciations related to frauds, bribery, violence against people, is essentially motivated by race for power at local and national ...

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Entraîneur de football : histoire d’une profession de 1890 à nos jours

Grün, Laurent (11 janv. 2011)

Since 1890, élite French footballers have become the centre of interest for an ever increasing number of people. But although players were the first to attract attention, it is taken for granted that coaches played the most prominent role in the evolution and improvement of French soccer. However, ...

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Mythologies politiques et identitaires dans les conflits du Moyen-Orient à l'heure de la mondialisation

Richard, Thomas, (19 sept. 2014)

The goal of this dissertation is to study the way in which references have been created and are used by political actors in the Middle-Eastern conflicts, so that these references have become norms, which are contingent to their actions. These norms can be state-created or through private initiatives ...

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Réseaux de villes et recompositions interterritoriales dans l'espace baltique

Escach, Nicolas (14 nov. 2014)

The Baltic Sea area is often quoted as the archetype of a transnational space achieved through networks. Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, local and European stakeholders have frequently relied on the fantasized history of the Hanseatic League, a mediaeval association of merchants created in the ...

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