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Mot-clé : La naissance du monde moderne C. A. Bayly_x
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Inequalities reduction and education policies : a comparative analysis of the implementation of Federal Character Principle in Nigeria

Nkume-Okorie, Ndubueze (16 dec. 2013)

For close to a century, the perennial problem that has bedeviled Nigeria has been how to ensure the protection and the promotion of the interests of its various communities. Successive governments have introduced several mechanisms to this end. They include the Federal Character Principle, which ...

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Source: HAL

The law of geographical indications in India, An Old world country compared to French, European and International laws

Marie-Vivien, Delphine (7 sep. 2010)

Recherche effectuée pendant un séjour de 3 ans à la National Law School of India University, Bangalore, comme "visiting researcher" Since the Agreement on trade related aspects of intellectual property, WTO members have to provide legal means for efficient protection of geographical indications ...

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From Barbaric Fringe to Northern Gate : Power Struggles, Foreign Relations and Scholars’ Debates on Ezo from the Heian period to the turn of the 19th-Century

Godefroy, Noémi, (23 nov. 2013)

After the 5th century, Japanese relations with foreign entities fit in a multi-Layered concentric distinction between a central arborescence radiating civilization and uncultivated outer fringes gravitating around it, whose barbaric quality increases according to their distance from it. This ...

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Bayly A., La Naissance du monde moderne (1780-1914)

Jacques, Frémeaux (2007)

Frémeaux Jacques. Bayly A., La Naissance du monde moderne (1780-1914). In: Outre-mers, tome 94, n°354-355, 1er semestre 2007. L'URSS et le Sud, sous la direction de Marie-Pierre Rey. pp. 347-349.

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Public and television in China : examples of CCTV and Phoenix TV

Che, Da (17 sep. 2013)

This research was conducted in six parts depending on the model of television public space in different Chinese historical contexts. In the first part, we analyzed the context and essential conditions that gave birth to the public space, attempting to interpret the concept of public space and ...

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A l'origine des maux. Chasse, guerre et violence dans la conquête coloniale (Royaume-Uni, France, Belgique, 1870-1914)

Arzel, Lancelot (21 march 2011)

En analysant les rapports entre chasse, guerre et violence dans la conquête coloniale, j'espère pouvoir contribuer aux nombreux débats qui entourent cet espace de réflexion (mortalité, pacifications, contrôle des populations, etc.). Afin de rendre la démonstration plus aisée, je me ...

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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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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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Jack Goody, Le vol de l’histoire. Comment l’Europe a imposé le récit de son passé au reste du monde (The Theft of History), Paris, Gallimard, collection « NRF Essais », 2010 (édition originale 2006), 496 pages, 30 €.

dissidences (4 jan. 2013)

Un compte rendu de Jean-Guillaume Lanuque Jack Goody, né en 1919, est un anthropologue britannique reconnu et particulièrement émérite. Avec ce livre, il remet en cause, par le biais d’une démarche comparatiste axée principalement sur l’Asie, le rôle central joué par l’Europe à partir ...

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