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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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Groupe de lecture "post/dé/colonial/ité/isme" organisé par Malcolm Ferdinand et Pauline Vermeren

Vermeren, Pauline et al. (2013)

International audience Présentation des travaux du groupe de lecture de discuter les conditions de possibilités à penser les problèmes épistémologiques du monde post-colonial.

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Deployments of sexuality, critical approaches in between control of populations and subversion of social norms

Belledent, Celine (15 oct. 2013)

This research maps sexuality it seeks to give it a space. The background of the map is based on the modern authors who constituted a science of sexuality, especially Dr. Krafft-Ebing, and the fields which contributed to spread it through the social. It shows how perversions were important in ...

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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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Seeing the city. Forward some social history of Palestinian Cities, betwwen world and national feeling (1900-2002)

Bulle, Sylvaine (15 jun. 2004)

This research belong to the field of urban history. It concern an analysis of the production of urban space in Palestine revendicated as a patriotic and nationalist object, influenced by the western and colonial presence. The research focuses on the dynamics of power, space and knowledge, regarding ...

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The Malian elites in search of America

Mary, Kévin (21 nov. 2014)

This work explores student migrations within elite families in Mali. In particular, examining North America, which constitutes as an understudied destination of Malian international migrations. This study shows that academic mobility to the United States and Canada are appealing to the elites and ...

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Poetry and the Birth of National Identity. Walt Whitman, José Marti, Aimé Césaire

Hennequet, Claire (29 sep. 2014)

In 19th and 20th centuries America and West Indies, the national poet’s works lay at the centre of a traffic of images. This traffic feeds the fragile social ties of young collectivities, at a time when communities are bound by imagination rather than by direct contact between their members. ...

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Constitution of an oral corpus of FLE : theoretical and methodological stakes

Arbach, Najib, (6 feb. 2015)

The need to design linguistic corpora to support research in linguistics has triggered the development of numerous studies exploring various approaches and methodologies regarding good practices for written corpus building. Fewer studies are available when it comes to spoken data and those that ...

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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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The Administration Clinton's African Policy to the test of the governance

Wysocki, Oswald (9 jun. 2011)

Pour la première fois dans l'histoire américaine, une politique africaine ambitieuse et raisonnée, s'adressant à l'ensemble du continent, a été mise en place lors de la présidence Clinton (1993-2001). Cette politique fut développée et appliquée à la faveur des évolutions du contexte ...

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