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Jane Barker et la Trilogie de Galesia : commentaire, annotation et traduction d'une trilogie jacobite

Lacroix, Constance (15 march 2013)

This work is intended to make a French audience better acquainted with the work of the little-known Jacobite writer Jane Barker through a translation and study of her threefold novelistic attempt, viz The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia, also known as Love Intrigues, A Patch-Work Screen for the Ladies ...

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Escaping from Babel : a Republic of Languages in search of a "Universal Language" in the Early Modern Age ?

Simon, Fabien Dimitri (2 dec. 2011)

During the Early Modern Age, Europe was the field of a protean quest for the universal language (researches on Adam's language were carried out, encyclopedias of all the idioms spoken on earth were written, languages were created ex nihilo...). In order to understand the social conditions presiding ...

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Les historiens, leurs revues et Internet. France, Espagne, Italie.

Rygiel, Philippe et al. (2005)

International audience L'avènement et le succès d'Internet ont en dix ans, depuis le milieu des années 1990, révolutionné les pratiques universitaires. Des historiens, des chercheurs et des enseignants se penchent dans cet ouvrage sur celles des mutations qui ont selon eux le plus affecté ...

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Apelles, Saint Luke and the monkey : three figures of the painter in the 16th and 17th centuries Spain [literary, theoric and artistic functions]

Hue, Cécile (9 dec. 2009)

In 16th and 17th century Spain, the figure of the painter is a work in progress. His gesture - often defined by the underlying ideology and by the pieces which will outlive it - seems lost forever or frozen into archetypes and allegories. The new genre of the self-portrait states the existence of ...

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Gottfried Winkler ou L'écriture oblique - Lire entre les lignes

Thirion, François (12 dec. 2011)

This thesis was conducted to determine the real content of a book of questionableidentity. To do this we proceed in two steps: At first with a complete reconstructionof the biography and the complete work, inclusive some inedited documents,of the author the german philosopher and pedagogue Gottfried ...

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Jane Barker et la Trilogie de Galesia : commentaire, annotation et traduction d'une trilogie jacobite

Lacroix, Constance (15 march 2013)

Ce travail a pour fin de mieux faire connaître l’oeuvre de la polygraphe jacobite Jane Barker en France, en offrant une première traduction littéraire ainsi qu’un commentaire d’un cycle de trois récits romanesques : The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia — également connu sous le titre de ...

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Santal-fingered dawn : compared poetic of epic modernities in India and in France

Langlais, Elena (27 nov. 2013)

D'après plusieurs théoriciens (Lukàcs, Bakhtine, Hegel), l'épopée est incompatible avec la modernité. Pourtant, les conceptions récentes du genre laissent apparaître la possibilité d'une modernité épique. L'épopée subit néanmoins un certain nombre de transformations, conséquentes à l ...

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What does the pratice do with the spectator? A survey in Art houses of the French Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.

Bourgatte, Michael (3 dec. 2008)

Throughout a communicational and a sociological approach, this research work offers to consider the practice of Art cinema as a dynamic process that brings different individuals into contact with one another as well as with the movies. It is based on two research surveys aimed at the audiences of ...

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Sensemaking and governance in network organizations

Jebbour, Benaissa (17 apr. 2012)

The object of this thesis is to understand the governability of various modes of organization (as network), within institutions by a hypothetical model of governance, and through which we shall try to give the sense of the organized action in the framework of both hermeneutic circularity and the ...

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