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Adventurous Convergences: the Echo of the Californian 1970s on the European Art of the 1990' and Other Essays on Contemporary Art

Frédéric, Paul (27 nov. 2008)

The art scene in California in the late 1960s and early 1970s established favourable terrain for the investigations of a new generation of artists, even if it did not enjoy any real logistical support, be it from the art trade or from institutions. The conceptual art promoted at the same time by ...

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"I Remember when a Diagnosis was a Death Sentence": Writing AIDS and Death in Gay Literature. David Feinberg, Tony Kushner and Armistead Maupin.

KLEIN-SCHOLZ, Christelle (21 nov. 2014)

This dissertation explores the way AIDS and death are treated in American gay literature, with a focus on works by David Feinberg, Tony Kushner and Armistead Maupin. At a crossroads where a theme (AIDS) meets a type of literature (gay literature, which pre-existed the epidemic), this dissertation ...

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German Catholics and the Weimar Republic: the Katholikentage, 1919-1932

Reytier, Marie-Emmanuelle (7 march 2005)

Manuscrit terminé en juillet 2004 Vorstellung des Themas: Die von Prälat Adam Franz Lennig 1848 zur Verteidigung der Religionsfreiheit gegründeten Katholikentage sollten anfangs lediglich die Vertreter der wichtigsten katholischen Verbände sowie bedeutende Persönlichkeiten versammeln. Im ...

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Brooklyn and 'Its' Dodgers. A Sociohistory of Baseball and the Making of Urban Identities in the United States (1883-1957)"

Marquis, Peter (5 dec. 2009)

From the 1880s onwards, baseball has played a considerable role in the shaping of urban cultures in the United States. The Dodgers, a professional team based in the New York borough of Brooklyn, provide a remarkable illustration of the rarely studied interaction between urban identities, people's ...

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Making Sense of Mention, Quotation, and Autonymy. A Semantic and Pragmatic Survey of Metalinguistic Discourse

De Brabanter, Philippe (1 jun. 2003)

This thesis sets out to do mainly two things. On the one hand, I wish to provide an overview of scholarship on natural metalanguage. On the other, I want to tackle some of the most interesting problems that emerge from the recent literature on the subject. As far as my first goal is concerned, I ...

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From Kitsch to Camp : theories of Mass culture in the United States, 1944-1964

Labarre, Nicolas (1 jun. 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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Multiculturalism: a geographical essay on cultural diversity in modern societies

Louis, Dupont (1 dec. 2008)

This is a three-part essay on multiculturalism. The first part question the possibility of studying culture in a scientific maner. It ends with a general methodology, which is applied to the study of multiculturalism. The second is a study of difference and cultural diversity in North America. The ...

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March of the living-dead : a praxeological approach to film criticism as mediation

Hedström, Julia (8 march 2013)

En remontant à la genèse de la réception de La Nuit des Morts-vivants (Romero, 1968) dans la presse américaine entre 1967-1971, la présente recherche vise à élucider sa trajectoire médiatique et, ce faisant, montrer le caractère progressif de sa consolidation en tant que film culte, œuvre ...

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The metamorphoses of the "I" in Paul Auster's works: autofiction and metafiction in his later novels

Thevenon, Marie (23 nov. 2012)

Between autobiography and fiction, the term "autofiction", invented by Serge Doubrovsky, is a "genre" which essentially developed at the end of the 19th century with the transposition into fiction of the fragments of an experience (cf. Hubier), and which has become more and more popular. This thesis ...

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Ballad of consciousness between East and West : a Sufi perspective on the Western consciousness, connecting R. F. Burton's Kasidah and T. S. Eliot's Waste Land

Aberkane, Idriss Jamil (16 jun. 2014)

Connecting T. S. Eliot's Waste Land to R. F. Burton's Kasidah produces a literary theory. The founding principle of this theory is the Unity of Consciousness (Wahdat al Wayy), after the exegesis of Ibn Arabi (Wahdat al Wujud and Wahdat al Adyan). It also postulates that any life is but a stream of ...

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