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Mot-clé : Le colonialisme en question Frederick Cooper_x
Source: SOAS

Legal Transplants and Adaptation in a Colonial Setting: Company Law in British Malaya

Mahy, Petra et al. (2014)

This paper traces the development of company law during the colonial era in British Malaya, providing details on the laws of the Straits Settlements and the Federated Malay States. It also presents an account of economic development and the use of the limited liability company form in these two ...

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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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Source: Theses.fr

The Caribbean's antiworld, in-between the americas and the world

Cruse, Romain (2 dec. 2009)

Cet essai s'attache au concept d'antimonde tel qu'il fut proposé par Roger Brunet à la fin des années 1980. Nous l'avons redéfini comme l'ensemble des espaces dérogatoires (zones franches, paradis fiscaux, etc.), informels (bidonvilles, etc.) et illégaux ( espaces des drogues illicites, de la ...

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Source: HAL

‘Mainlander' – ‘Polynesian' couples in Tahiti. The stakes of ethnicity, gender and socioeconomic status in a postcolonial context

Schuft, Laura (12 nov. 2010)

Aiming to elucidate the links between interethnic relations, gender and socioeconomic status in the postcolonial society of Tahiti, French Polynesia, this research focuses on ‘Mainlander' – ‘Polynesian' interethnic couples. Despite discourse on ideal mixing, which interethnic unions have come ...

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Source: HAL

Eva and the labyrinth of mirrors. The myth of eternal feminie and the anti-heroine : from novel to film : Camille / Le roman de Marguerite Gauthier and A hora da estrela /The hour of the star

De Iglesias, Edyala (24 apr. 2014)

The critical analysis of the personages Marguerite Gauthier and Macabéa in the films -Camille / Le roman de Marguerite Gauthier, 1936 and A hora da estrela /The hour of the star,1986 - seeks to understand the mechanisms by which the myth of the eternal feminine ensures its permanence in ...

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Source: HAL

Social relationship through relationship to the environment: the example of French tourism

Leroux, Stéphanie (1 dec. 2008)

In Southern countries, foreign tourists are often blamed for the breakdown of local social structures. This research, grounded in social geography, questions the territorialities associated with tourism by focusing on the relations to others in the case of French tourism in Marrakesh. A theoretical ...

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Source: HAL

Monitoring 'diminished citizens': policing Algerians in the Paris region (1944-1962)

Blanchard, Emmanuel (23 oct. 2008)

This thesis studies the practices of police departments such as the Renseignements généraux (political security), Police judiciaire (detective division) and urban security branches towards Muslim French migrants from Algeria in the Paris region between 1944 and 1962. This police control of ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Ballad of consciousness between East and West : a Sufi perspective on the Western consciousness, connecting R. F. Burton's Kasidah and T. S. Eliot's Waste Land

Aberkane, Idriss Jamil (16 jun. 2014)

Le rapprochement du Waste Land de T. S. Eliot et de la Kasidah de R. F. Burton produit une théorie littéraire. Cette théorie est fondée sur le principe de l'Unité de la Conscience (Wahdat al Wayy) d'après l'exégèse d'Ibn Arabi (Wahdat al Wujud et Wahdat al Adyân). Elle postule également ...

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Source: HAL

Globalisation et atomisation

Pollmann, Christopher (29 oct. 2010)

Frontières et d'autres limites sont sans doute les outils principaux pour créer de l'ordre. Or, dans la société, l'ordre relève souvent, de nos jours, des outils et des paramètres que fournissent le droit, la temporalité horlogère et l'argent. D'où l'intérêt d'élucider leurs rapports ...

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Source: HAL

Les explorateurs en Afrique au début du XIXe siècle : l'exemple des voyages de Mungo Park et Gaspard Théodore Mollien

Julien, Gauthier (11 jul. 2014)

À la fin du XVIIIe siècle, la connaissance de l'Afrique par les Européens se concentre sur les quelques comptoirs qu'ils possèdent. Dès 1788, l'African Association britannique a pour objectif de combler ces lacunes via l'exploration de l'intérieur du continent. L'entreprise de Mungo Park, en ...

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