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Mot-clé : Hollywood left ET right Steven J. Ross_x
Source : HAL

La ville de Washington dans l'après-Seconde Guerre mondiale (1945-1955) : une capitale instrumentalisée, enjeu et outil de politique nationale

Gilli, Ludivine (17 juin 2013)

During the Second World War, the Federal Capital of the United States experiences an unprecedented growth and acquires an uncontested international status as the Allied Forces' Headquarters. The Washington of 1945 is a changed city, nothing like the populated but sleepy urban landscape of 1939. In ...

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Source : HAL

La représentation politique des femmes en Écosse : dévolution et Parlement écossais, 1979-2009

Mège-Revil, Elisabeth (22 juin 2015)

In 1979, Margaret Thatcher became the United Kingdom’s first female Prime Minister and 2009 was thus the 30th anniversary of that historical landmark. Those three decades are sometimes considered as having been largely influenced by her policy, even during the Labour rule (1997-2010) which ...

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Source : Erudit

Fair Wind: Medicine and Consolation on the Berens River

Brown, Jennifer S.H. et al. (1993)

Fair Wind (Naamiwan) was an Ojibwa healer and leader widely known along the Berens River of Manitoba and northwestern Ontario in the early to mid-twentieth century. In the 1930s he became acquainted with the American anthropologist, A.Irving Hallowell, whose writings and photographs first drew our ...

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Source : HAL

La métamorphose dans l'oeuvre de Steven Millhauser.

Sukle-Zanone, Therese (13 juin 2013)

Steven Millhauser's fiction is characterized by perpetual movement: a transition from realism to the fantastic, with plots which resist denouement and characters, places and objects in constant transformation. Millhauser's work offers the reader a literary metamorphosis which is both stylistic and ...

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Source : HAL

Relectures des générations intellectuelles aux Etats-Unis : la vie et l’œuvre de Howard Zinn ( 1922- )

Ivol, Ambre (30 nov. 2009)

Howard Zinn’s life and work embodies contradictory dynamics. Though himself from a generation which came of age during the Great Depression and World War Two, he became a leading figure of the New Left as well as a representative of the new social history. He indeed rose to prominence as a public ...

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Source : HAL

Cinéma d'auteur et doublage : le paradoxe Woody Allen

Brisset, Frédérique (27 nov. 2012)

Dubbing is the most common AVT technique in France but few scientific studies have beenconducted on the subject, due to everal factors: the difficulty in understanding oral speech, the cultural devaluation of a mode of translation initiated by the American studios to target the masses or the ...

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Source : HAL

Du Kitsch au Camp : théories de la culture de masse aux Etats-Unis, 1944-1964

Labarre, Nicolas (1 juin 2007)

The theories of mass culture were for twenty years a crucial issue for North-American intellectuals. They tried to elaborate a model which would account for the aesthetic but also social threat posed by the cultural content of the mass media. Influenced by the theories of the Frankfurt School, these ...

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La ville de Rebus : polarités urbaines dans les romans d'Ian Rankin (1987-2007)

Dujarric, Florence (7 déc. 2013)

The aim of the present study is to analyse the representations of the city to be found in Ian Rankin’s crime fiction series of which Inspector Rebus is the protagonist. Polarization being one of the structuring principles of the author’s writing, our work focuses on several pairs of antagonist ...

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Colson Whitehead : vers une esthétique postraciale?

Ba, Souleymane (30 nov. 2015)

This dissertation is a monograph on Colson Whitehead's fiction and nonfiction from the perspective African American literary tradition. It raises an aesthetic and political question: is Whitehead a postracial writer? In The Intuitionist (1999), the rivalry between black characters and the game of ...

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La promesse d'un dénouement : énigmes, quêtes et voyages dans le temps dans les séries télévisées de science-fiction contemporaines

Favard, Florent (6 nov. 2015)

The aim of this work is to analyse a specific trend in contemporary science-fiction TV series : narratively complex programs (Mittell) that require an increased investment from the viewer and seem to make the promise of a logical and fulfilling ending where truth is revealed, quests are achieved and ...

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