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Mot-clé : Les enfants du gouvernement Claude Lefèvre-Jourde, réal_x
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Pierre Baudin (1863-1917) : a radical-socialist at the Belle Époque

Moisan, Michel (5 nov. 2009)

Pierre Baudin (1863-1917), was the nephew of Alphonse Baudin, a Deputy killed on the barricades on December 3rd 1851, and a French statesman. Although a popular political figure of the Third Republic, Pierre Baudin has not been given sufficient recognition today. As a radical-socialist, he was ...

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"As we must rule" : the war, the city and the power : Macon (1382 - to 1435)

Léthenet, Benoît (6 jan. 2012)

During the Hundred Years' War, the city of Mâcon is confronted with rival powers, in the 1st quarter of the XVth century. The subject of this work is the information, itstraffic and its effects on the urban government. The first part shows the effects of the war on the city. The second part ...

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CADRES INSTITUTIONNELS ET ACTIVITÉS DE L'ETHNOLOGIE FRANÇAISE ENTRE 1950 ET 1970

Gaillard, Gérald (2003)

International audience Le contenu fut originellement édité en 1990 en version papier par le CNRS sous le titre "Répertoire de l'ethnologie française 19520-1970, Gaillard, Gérald (1954-....) / Éd. du Centre national de la recherche scientifique / 1990".Les données présentées doivent servir d ...

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Territory, trajectory, network Popular ritual creativity, identification and postcolonial State (A triple malagasy case study)

Mouzard, Thomas (1 jun. 2011)

Mention très honorable avec félicitations du jury This work makes comparative analysis and description of three religious phenomena over the last few years in Madagascar, well enough characterized by the semantic expedient "popular creative ritual," and which can be labelled respectively as ...

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Family structures, organization of activities and development in rural Madagascar

Andrianantoandro, Voahirana Tantely (13 dec. 2013)

In Madagascar rural areas, the land is the main livelihood of farmers. The community and all family members’, men and women, are involved on farming. But in recent decades, arable plots on the Central Highlands, inherited from ancestors and shared for many generations become more and more cramped. ...

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Writing of the purity in the works of Anatole France

Rokukawa, Yuko (16 sep. 2013)

While Anatole France (1844-1924) is considered a skeptical, ironic writer, one of his short stories, entitled "Le Jongleur de Notre-Dame" can not easily be reduced to such a reading. Instead, it is a pious and sincere story based on a legend from the Middle Ages - a perspective contradictory to his ...

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Traditional medicine and "integrative medicine" in Madagascar: between international decisions and local applications

Didier, Pierrine (25 sep. 2015)

Following the WHO recommendations made in the late 1970s, many countries in Africa have implemented dynamics of recognition of traditional medicine and traditional healers. This dissertation focuses on the development of « integrative medicine » in Madagascar, consisting in its integration into ...

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Methodology, Models and Tools for Designing Learning Games

Marfisi-Schottman, Iza (28 nov. 2012)

Serious Games are computer games that are designed for a primary purpose other than pure entertainment and that can be used for teaching. Although they are relevant to many fields of education, their development remains very expensive and time consuming. In this thesis, we focus mainly on Learning ...

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Viewless windows : transparency and opaqueness of representation in Emile Zola's Rougon-Macquart cycle

Piton-Foucault, Emilie (27 jun. 2012)

TTransparent panes of glass and wide-open windows are some of the common models Zola's critics have set up to emphasise the will of transitivity in his art. Although they denounce this idea as a literary utopia, it is still used as a pertinent key to understand Zolian fictional processes. La ...

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Oscar Bardi de Fourtou (1836-1897) : a minister against the Republic

Truel, Thierry (8 feb. 2014)

Oscar Bardi de Fourtou is involved in french political life as the Man of the Seize-Mai, the Home minister with a very special manner leading with authority and his decisions don’t accept any protest. Commissioned by the marechal Mac-Mahon to lead the fight against republicans, he organized a lot ...

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