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Mot-clé : La naissance du monde moderne C. A. Bayly_x
Source: Theses.fr

The pilgrimage to Mecca in colonial times (1866-1940) : France - Great-Britain - Italy

Chantre, Luc (19 oct. 2012)

Alors qu'elles n'intervenaient jusqu'ici que marginalement dans l'économie du pèlerinage à La Mecque (hajj), la catastrophe humanitaire constituée par l'épidémie de choléra de 1865-66 a conduit certaines puissances coloniales comme la France et la Grande-Bretagne, bientôt rejointes par l' ...

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Freemasonry and colonial power in British India (1730-1921)

Deschamps, Simon (24 nov. 2014)

In 1730, the masonic network reached Bengal as a first lodge was opened for and by the officials of the East India Company. From there, colonial lodges spawned to the point where in the space of a decade, British freemasonry had reached an international dimension. Its universalist ideology aimed at ...

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Trajectoires, projets et ingéniérie de la convergence et de la différence : les régimes circulatoires du domaine social 1800-1940

Saunier, Pierre-Yves (jun. 2008)

ce texte est la version initiale de l'article publié dans Genèses après compactage This article raises the question of whether there is any advantage in working on the history of the 'social domain' (the sphere of policies regulating behaviours which location is disputed between the private and ...

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From Lourenço Marques to Maputo : genesis and shaping of a town

Vales, Teodoro Cândido (17 jun. 2014)

This thesis is based on a historical approach. It addresses the process whereby the capital city of Mozambique was shaped and transformed, and analyses the links that appeared during the 19th and 20th centuries between economic change, institutional transformations and the evolution of urban ...

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D'un nationalisme, l'autre (en Inde)

Assayag, Jackie (2003)

National audience Traditionnellement, les anthropologues étudient les ethnies, les tribus, les castes, la parenté ou les communautés. Aujourd'hui, il sera pourtant question du nationalisme, du nationalisme appréhendé à travers des schèmes culturels et émotionnels fort anciens qui alimentent ...

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The dances of saint Antony. Devotion, affliction and possession at Puliyampatti (South India)

Sébastia, Brigitte, (9 dec. 2004)

The study of the shrine of Puliyampatti deals with two topics: indigenization of Catholic practices in India; management of the psychogenic troubles in the society characterized by medical pluralism and possession cults. The link between these two topics is the figure of Saint Anthony of Padua. In ...

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John Bunyan and the Bible : biblical imagery in "The Pilgrim's Progress"

Mehdi, Rachid (24 jun. 2013)

The Puritans generally forbade imagery and required a strict literal interpretation of the Bible. Bunyan, although a Puritan writer himself, was in favour of spiritual expression and metaphorical understanding of the Biblical text, convinced that this was the style of the Scriptures. This thesis ...

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La Renaissance arabe au XIXe siècle : médiums, médiations, médiateurs

Gonzalez-Quijano, Yves (2007)

The birth of the modern Arab "intellectual" during the 19th century with the rising of a revolution in media (the printing press), of new mediations (translations and changes in the Arabic language) and of a new class of "go-between" specialist of the written word. Chronology of the main political ...

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L'enjeu politique de la mémoire coloniale : le débat français

Bertrand, Romain (dec. 2005)

" Nous ne saurions oublier que ces soldats [de la guerre d'Algérie] furent aussi des pionniers, des bâtisseurs, des administrateurs de talent qui mirent leur courage, leur capacité et leur coeur à construire des routes et des villages, ouvrir des écoles, des dispensaires, des hôpitaux, faire ...

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