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Mot-clé : Le colonialisme en question Frederick Cooper_x
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The genesis of a "great national monument" : Brazilian literature and literary milieu in imperial times (1822-c. 1880)

Rozeaux, Sébastien (10 dec. 2012)

In 1875, novelist José de Alencar referred to the "great national monument" and its boorish craftsmen" when speaking of the work of the Brazilian writers who had been intent on building a properly Brazilian literature. Its principles were narrowly linked to the emergence of nationalism in Europe ...

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Source: HAL

Sociologie du marché. Le commerce équitable : des échanges marchands contre le marché et dans le marché

Le Velly, Ronan (2 dec. 2004)

I begin by presenting the way "New Economic Sociology" advocates use the notion of embeddedness to study concrete markets. Embedding conditions are shown not just as the normative setting for decision-making but indeed as the very basis of transactions. In this respect, the market, as an ...

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Source: HAL

Surrealism as seen through Joyce Mansour's work : painting, poetry and the mirror of desire

Desvaux, Marie-Francine Mansour, (5 apr. 2014)

Joyce Manour 's work is a striking, sometimes anguishing example of Breton's concept of « communicating vessels » : the subconscious's hidden wounds seep into her writing leaving traces of desire, death and an inextinguishable yet desparate will to live. Parallel to this, the very visual, camal ...

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Source: HAL

Political Practices of Myth. The Official Production of Belgian Colonialism at the International Exhibitions and World's Fairs in Belgium (1897-1958)

Roger, Aurélie (11 dec. 2006)

This work questions the way the Belgian political colonial fact has been produced and understood in a mythical manner in Belgium, especially studying its official representation at the international exhibitions between 1897 and 1958. It also aims at constructing a general theoretical frame and an ...

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Histoire scolaire, impérialisme(s) et décolonisation(s) : le cas du Soudan anglo-égyptien (1945-1958)

Seri-Hersch, Iris (17 may 2012)

Réinscrivant le Soudan anglo-égyptien dans l'histoire impériale britannique, cette thèse explore l'histoire scolaire soudanaise à l'ère de l'« ébranlement colonial » qui succéda à la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Les matériaux didactiques, les contenus prescrits et les pratiques pédagogiques ...

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Source: HAL

From dispossession to economic integration : Political economy of colonialism in Palestine

Al-Labadi, Taher (26 jun. 2015)

Most economic studies that have been done on Palestine are committed, whether explicitly or not, to overcome the ubiquity of the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis. Indeed, this is in line with standard economic thinking which places the market at the center of its interests, and overlooks ...

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Source: HAL

Political and identical mythology in Middle East conflict at the time of globalization

Richard, Thomas, (19 sep. 2014)

The goal of this dissertation is to study the way in which references have been created and are used by political actors in the Middle-Eastern conflicts, so that these references have become norms, which are contingent to their actions. These norms can be state-created or through private initiatives ...

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Séminaire Mémoires d’Indochine : Synopsis 2013

indomemoires (13 sep. 2013)

Année universitaire 2013-2014 / Master Asie Orientale Contemporaine (ASIOC) / Semestre 1 ENS de Lyon / Sciences Po Lyon Mémoires d’Indochine : Regards internes sur la décolonisation et la guerre au Viêt-Nam, Laos et Cambodge * * *   Lieu : ENS de Lyon, site Descartes Enseignant : François ...

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Source: HAL

Réécriture de l'histoire australienne : affirmation d'un point de vue aborigène Benang From the Heart de Kim Scott : déconstruction de la version univoque de l'homme blanc, vers une multiplicité de récits

Laussedat, Marine (12 sep. 2013)

This study is concerned with the history of the Australian nation and with the deconstruction of the latter in Kim Scott's Benang from the Heart. In order to understand how and why the writer undertakes this task of reassessing the white monopoly over history, the following analysis offers an ...

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The celtic contribution to the cultural and political heritage of the French trading posts in the Indian ocean

Aupiais, Dominique (15 jun. 2011)

From the inception of French Orient Company in 1642 to the end of the royal privilege bequeathed to the French East Indian Company in 1767, stretches the French trading post colonial period in the Indian Ocean. During more than one century, hundreds of colonists coming from littoral Brittany, ...

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