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Les langues indigènes en bibliothèque

Rojas Rabiela, Teresa 

Le passé millénaire en bibliothèque du Mexique, saccagé par la colonisation espagnole, survit dans un corpus dispersé et dont les conditions de conservation ne sont pas idéales.

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Source: HAL

The Roman republic and its military alliances : the customs and representations of the "societas" from the "foedus Cassianum" to the end of the Second Punic War

Sanz, Anthony-Marc (28 march 2013)

The expansion of the Roman city in Italy and later in the Mediterranean, trom the early 5th to the late 3rd century BC, results in a growing number of military alliances with various communities which nonetheless remain independent. This specifie union - called "societas" by the Latin people - is ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Writing on the first emperors : the elaboration of the narrative in Tacitus and Suetonius

Duchêne, Pauline (8 dec. 2014)

La conception de l'écriture de l'histoire par les auteurs romains, leur méthodologie historique sont très différentes des nôtres. On a ainsi souvent déploré que le primat littéraire de leur démarche les ait amenés à effacer autant que possible de leurs textes les informations sur leurs ...

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Source: HAL

Sustainable development's contribution to a fresh approach to local planning and development. Should reasoning based on the uncertain now be replaced by reasoning based on the unthinkable? Some answers gleaned from the Moroccan experience.

Guyetant-Fauvel, Cécile (9 dec. 2009)

Currently, in an era in which uncertainty is prevalent, local planners seek to optimise social-spatial organisation. “Sustainable development” is thus seen as an innovatory framework, since it brings a new outlook to the notions of space and time, as well as highlighting the complexity of ...

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Source: HAL

Parliament in the new constitutionnalism in Africa. Test of analysis compared starting from the examples of Benin, Burkina Faso and Togo

Somali, Kossi (27 may 2008)

Which place occupies the Parliament in the new constitutionnalism in Africa? “Privileged platform” or “room of recording” as do affirm it a many observers? Limited to Benin, Burkina Faso and Togo, this thesis plans to answer this double interrogation while approaching without a priori the ...

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Source: HAL

Obesity and complexity : comparative analysis of the school nutrition strategies in France and India

Calas, France (6 dec. 2013)

Nowadays, overweight and obesity in developed countries are increasing even in developped countries. In this study, I compared two strategies for obesity prevention in schools between developed countries , France, and a developped country, India. Indeed India which started its nutritional transition ...

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Source: Enssib

Francisco Toledo et l’Institut des arts graphiques de Oaxaca

Sagaert, Marc 

Graveur, peintre, sculpteur et céramiste, Francisco Toledo est encore un véritable animateur de la vie artistique et culturelle au Mexique. Par les projets qu’il impulse, finance et porte, il place toute son énergie au service de l’art et de sa diffusion.

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Les collections musicales de la Bibliothèque nationale du Mexique

de Los Angeles Chapa Bezanilla, Maria 

Dans les pays du Nouveau Monde, la question de l’identité est toujours sous-jacente à celles touchant à la conservation du patrimoine. Le patrimoine musical ne fait pas exception, qui résonne de toute l’histoire de la construction du sentiment national et de ses vicissitudes.

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Source: HAL

Specific features of agriculture in the largest valleys of the Maine river catchment basin (Western France)

Gatien, Amandine (16 sep. 2013)

This PhD thesis analyzes relationships betweenfarming activity and its local environment,precisely in the valleys. In these valleyenvironments that have specific features in termsof soils, topography and water flows modes,farming activities have to adapt, take advantage orcope with the natural ...

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Literary commitment and novelistic creation in the works of Mongo Beti

Aït-Aarab, Mohamed (8 dec. 2010)

Two tendencies underpin the works of Mongo Beti, right from his literary beginnings in 1953. First, an inflexible, uncompromising commitment that the writer raises as a sign identifying his novelistic aesthetics and his action as a public figure. Second, a channel permitting frequently productive ...

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