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Mot-clé : L'Allemagne en Occident Alfred Grosser_x
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Historiography and memory issues in Burundi

Laroque, Aude (20 march 2013)

Burundi's Historiography is due to the collision of two cultures, that of the oral and the written culture. On the one side, the people of Burundi have developed a means of knowledge of the past relying on traditions and legends depicting royalty and the society, passed on from generation to ...

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Le client, fossoyeur ou secours de la bureaucratie ? Une étude du rôle du client dans l'évolution des bureaucraties contemporaines.

Bourgeois, Denis (1 jan. 2000)

This dissertation is questionning the impact of the " customer revolution " which contemporary bureaucracies are facing. This revolution is defined both by the increased power of customers and by the evolution of the customer-supplier relationship, moving from products-based transactions to co- ...

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The vertigo in the margins in the works of Salman Rushdie. Metaphoric and metonymic strategies

Blache, Sébastien (10 dec. 2009)

The figure of the migrant is central in the work of Salman Rushdie. It is the fulcrum of a narratological, rhetorical, philosophical and metaphysical compound articulating a Weltanschauung oriented by what Edouard Glissant calls " circular nomadism ". In this unstable and unpoised baroque world, ...

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The dragon's figure : from mythical origins to contemporary Anglo-Saxon Fantasy and Dragon Fantasy

Palmas Jauze, Daisy de, (26 jun. 2010)

A mythic builder or destroyer of Worlds, the embodiment of Evil for the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Agesd, a monster to kill in order to take its treasure in legends or tales, the dragon periodically comes back expressing one's fears or diseases. Fantasy has brought the dragon back to ...

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The non-existence of the contract

Posez, Alexis (18 may 2010)

Conceived in the middle of the 19th century to meet lame excuses, once subjugated to a functionalist logic, the theory of non-existence was born under bad auspices. Without ever having been able to dispose of its excess, it was doomed to suffer of criticism from the doctrine, and to succumb. Today, ...

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L'approche de genre pour relire le territoire. Les trajectoires hommes-femmes dans les projets touristiques ruraux (Ardèche méridionale, Ligurie, Fes-Boulemane

Louargant, Sophie (12 dec. 2003)

territory, place, representations Le territoire fait l'objet de multiples recherches en sciences sociales et en géographie. Dans ce contexte général, cette thèse envisage et propose de réaliser une relecture du concept de territoire par le genre. Il s'agit ainsi d'examiner les interrelations ...

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Tax haven and international tax competition

Molé, Antoine (23 jan. 2015)

In the framework of the growth and the internationalisation of the financial flows since the beginning of the twentieth century, Tax havens leading positions in the economic and financial environment have become so much important, that many political actors of the well developed countries have tried ...

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Jews in Early Christian Law: Byzantium and the Latin West, 6th-11th centuries

Tolan, John et al. (12 march 2014)

International audience The sixth to eleventh centuries are a crucial formative period for Jewish communities in Byzantium and Latin Europe: this is also a period for which sources are scarce and about which historians have often had to speculate on the basis of scant evidence. The legal sources ...

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Echoes of childhood : exploring childhood territories in the works of Sylvie Germain

Chareyron, Hélène (5 feb. 2013)

The work of Sylvie Germain is pervaded by numerous mythical and biblical references, which causes the reader to be immersed in a polyphonic process. It appears as a relevant field of study to raise questions related to both origin and family, equally structured by complex lineage bonds, lines of ...

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Africa and the Olympic Movement: French Stakes, Strategies and Influences in the Internationalisation of African Sport (1944-1966)

Charitas, Pascal (19 nov. 2010)

Allocataire-moniteur puis ATER, rédaction de la thèse de septembre 2006 à novembre 2010. The goal of the thesis is to study the role and influence of France in the process of internationalising sport in French-speaking sub-Saharan Africa in the framework of the Olympic Movement (1944-1966). It ...

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