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Mot-clé : L'Allemagne en Occident Alfred Grosser_x
Source: HAL

Breaking the mosaic. Social links and collective identities among the Christians of Madaba, Jordan, 1870-1997

Chatelard, Géraldine (14 jan. 2000)

Minority and community are concepts that have dominated the analysis of Christians in the Arab world, leading to a perception of Middle-Eastern societies as confessional or sectarian mosaics. This paradigm posits that religious and political identities and dynamics are closely intertwined in ...

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Source: HAL

Gender and love models in the youth literature : elements of understanding of the sentimental education of young people in France

Houadec, Virginie (4 dec. 2013)

The Ministry of Education published in August 2002 a reference list of 300 pieces of youth literature for primary school (this list was updated in September 2007 and in March 2013). The clear objective of the Ministry of Education is to help understand the world, "develop representations, send ...

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Source: Theses.fr

The sermons of Albert Schweitzer 1898-1948

Tillmann, Serge (28 sep. 2012)

Aborder l'oeuvre de prédication d'Albert Schweitzer aujourd'hui, c'est se donner la possibilité de comprendre sa personnalité, sa vie, son oeuvre humanitaire et intellectuelle autrement, à la lumière de son profond amour pour Jésus. Vivre l'appel de Jésus, là est l'ambition du pasteur Albert ...

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Source: HAL

France mirroring England : poetics of hybridization in French theater (1590-1640)

Déléris, Alban (3 jun. 2015)

France maintains with its English neighbor, between the mid-sixteenth century and the early 1640’s, constantrelationships, both political and cultural. Despite the religious troubles and the wars shaking the western Europe duringthis period, despite linguistic barriers, many travelers, diplomats, ...

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Source: Persée

À quoi sert l'identité ?

Labica, Georges (2000)

Georges Labica, What Use is Identity ? The term identity has become inflated far beyond its importance in recent years and the phenomenon can be studied in itself. Regardless of the legitimacy of claims to particular identities, such affirmations cannot constitute an adequate response to the ...

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Source: HAL

The mythical nightmare : morphological study of the nocturnal oppression in the medieval texts and the popular beliefs

Zochios, Stamatios (6 dec. 2012)

The present Phd Thesis sets to shed light on the topic of the “nightmare”, considered not as a bad dream as it is commonly conceptualized, but instead as a demon of medieval origin. This spirit, said to intrude a room during the night hours, usually sits and exercises pressure on the chest of ...

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Source: HAL

The making of things precious: economic anthropology of luxury products drawing on the examples of perfume and wine

Trébuchet-Breitwiller, Anne-Sophie (20 dec. 2011)

This thesis addresses how the quality of luxury products is constituted. It reviews the literature on luxury and reconsiders how quality is treated in contemporary economic sociology. It contains six empirical chapters, each dedicated to a specific setting, in which the work on perfume and wine ( ...

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Source: HAL

Reality and imagination, Japan as viewed by 18th century France

Dubois, Bruno (23 nov. 2012)

With an interest in the origins of various representations of Japan during the Enlightenment, we have studied three centuries of Japanese history as they relate to the West. Even though in the eighteenth century China was of primary interest, some French authors refer to the Land of the Rising Sun ...

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Source: HAL

Sciences de l'homme et politique.

Tournès, Ludovic (2011)

Les fondations philanthropiques américaines (Carnegie, Rockefeller, Ford) ont été très présentes en France au cours du XXe siècle, finançant la plupart des institutions d'enseignement supérieur et de recherche, depuis les universités jusqu'au Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique en ...

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