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

The Catholic Church and the political Powers in Saint-Denis diocese in Reunion Island from 1911 to 1981

Turpin, Éric (29 nov. 2010)

The decree of February 6th 1911 applies the law of December 9th 1905 to separate the Church and the State in the French colonies of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Reunion. This complete separation gives to the religious institution its freedom since it is not under the financial and juridic dependence ...

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Source: HAL

The Proustian Landscape : From the Early Writings to "À la recherche du temps perdu"

Tsumori, Keiichi (9 march 2011)

The landscape refers firstly to a pictorial genre that has nature as its main object. In literature, it means a representation of the land by way of writing. For the Romantics, the landscape was an experience of going out of oneself and expending into the world. Motivated by the positivist and ...

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Sociogenesis of an institutional innovation : the experimental university of Vincennes

Dormoy-Rajramanan, Christelle (4 dec. 2014)

Relevant de l’intérêt renouvelé de l’histoire sociale pour la période des « années 1968 », ce travail cherche à comprendre à la fois les conditions de possibilité de la création d’une institution telle que le « Centre universitaire expérimental de Vincennes » et comment celle-ci ...

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Source: HAL

Cinematographic images and imagineries in french contemporary narrative (from to the end of the 1970's to today)

Gris, Fabien (19 nov. 2012)

For the new generation of writers from the end of the 1970's, cinema has become a real cultural referent, on a par with literature or painting. This generation is the first to proclaim her love for films : movies, cinematographic images and mythologies are familiar to those writers. Contemporary ...

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Source: HAL

A French model of peer judgement. Commercial courts, 1790-1880

Lemercier, Claire (19 march 2012)

This research is based on a simple puzzle. France is supposed to be a very State-centred society with a sharp divide between the private and the public and an early rationalized bureaucracy (which is supposed to include law and justice). In addition, the 19th century could be seen as the paroxysm of ...

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The video game and his reports to the clinical psychology

Bogajewski, Sébastien (17 dec. 2015)

Video games interrogate more and more the clinical psychology since early 2000's. They are in the center of numerous controversies about its uses and its alleged misdeeds. Despite this, some video game practices tend to trivialize today. However, the discourse of addictologists, media, parents and ...

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Court genres : court chronicles and literature in the 19th century

Chabrier, Amélie (13 nov. 2013)

In the 19th Century, new Court genres appeared to represent trials, which became public after the Revolution. Since 1825 when the first Court newspaper the Gazette des tribunaux was created, the popularization through the media of the Court became more and more successful, first in political ...

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Vesto Melvin SLipher (1875-1969) and the birth of extragalactic astrophysics.

Brémond, Alain (2 dec. 2008)

At the beginning of the twentieth century a new domain arouses from astrophysics. Vesto Slipher's work is at the beginning of the way from the concept of nebulae to that of galaxies. Our work is based on the analysis of the Lowell Observatory archives, a review of the periodicals and books in ...

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The French schools in Vietnam from 1945 to 1975 : from the civilizing mission to cultural diplomacy

Nguyễn, Thụy Phương, (20 sep. 2013)

This historical research traces the evolution of the French schools in Vietnam from 1945 to 1975, drawing from archives and interviews with former students and teachers. In colonial Indochina, under the guise of the "civilizing mission", the French established an educational system designed to ...

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