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Mot-clé : La hantise du déclin Robert Frank_x
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Geohistory of the Avalanche Risk in the Vosges Range : Spatial and temporal Reality, Cultures and Representations of an ignored Risk

Giacona, Florie (4 sep. 2014)

In spite of regular accidents, the medium-high mountain doesn’t seem to play a major role in the study of avalanche. Therefore, the main goal of this thesis is to emphasize the reality of the avalanche risk in the Vosges Mountains by an interdisciplinary approach. Considering risk itself as a ...

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Bertrand Lavier : a connection between art and reality

Ferrand, Nicolas-Xavier, (26 sep. 2014)

This study aims to establish how French artist Bertrand Lavier (1949) defines and expresses reality in his work. In addition, we wanted to provide a historical and critical answer to a key problematic of contemporary art's history, the link between art and life. First, we dealt with several Lavier's ...

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Spaces of the urban fantastic and aspects of the sacred. The case of Mircea Eliade, Jean Ray et Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Rizea Barbos, Carmen Raluca (30 nov. 2009)

During the 20th century, fantastic fiction seems to be the outcome of a triple conflict also attached to contemporary societies : a gap between the real world and the supernatural; an identity crisis in a meaningless post-modern era; and, a gradual divestment of ancient sacred symbols. In this ...

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The intrapsychical work of the victim : essay of psycho-victimology

Pignol, Pascal (10 dec. 2011)

The aim of this research is to theorise a clinical practice aiming to change developed within a public hospital consultation service users who have been victimised and suffer from psychotrauma. This practice has been conceived in response to intra-psychical obstacles presented by these subjects. Our ...

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Modern French poetry (Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Lautréamont) and its impact on the new Chinese poetry

Xiang, Zheng (5 apr. 2012)

This piece of research concerns the modern French poetry and its impact on the new Chinese poetry in the first period of introduction and interpretation of modern Western literature in the 1920s and early 1930s in China. We seek to demonstrate how the "Trois Grâces" of the modern French poetry: ...

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Reconsidering the heritage : the evolution of the politics of heritage in Charente-Maritime, 1830-1976

Souiah, Karim (11 oct. 2010)

The designation of " monument historique " traces its roots to the French Revolution when the government appointed Alexandre Lenoir to specify and safeguard certain structures. The first classifications were given in the XIXth century by Prosper Mérimée, inspector-general of historical monuments ...

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Contribution to the study of small food business strategies. Distinction strategy by typicality construction

Trognon, Laurent (7 dec. 2005)

This thesis of constructivist, abductive and qualitative nature, is in keeping with strategic management field. It has been fed, at theoretical, methodological and empirical plans, with our ten year involvement in the "Foodstuffs Typicality" research unit related to small food business (SFB) and the ...

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If paintings could speak. The political and media treatment of the returns of Art pillaged, stolen and looted by the Nazis (France 1945-2008)

Bouchoux, Corinne (17 jun. 2011)

Numerous paintings looted and pillaged by the Nazis during the Second World War were declared as missing at the Property and Private Interests Agency. Most belonged to Jews. After the war, a commission to recover art works was set up and some were brought back. France, like some other countries, ...

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Edition of the pseudo-aristotelician Secret of Secrets with a commentary

Lorée, Denis (22 oct. 2012)

The Secret of Secrets is one of the most spread text at the end of the Middle Ages. Our thesis gives an edition based on twenty-four manuscripts of the fifteenth-century version with a commentary. Together with the original text, the first volume presents its history, a study that justifies the ...

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LA PRESSE DE TERRITOIRE : D'une conception stéréotypée à une consommation sécurisante.

Demeure, Gilles (18 dec. 2009)

This thesis examines the interface, the link, the relay between the magazine of territory, the citizen consumer, and the territory itself. About the purchasers of the territory magazine press, what attracts attention is the development of spaces observed by the media which promotes knowledge both of ...

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