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Mot-clé : Pouvoir ET religion en Europe Éric Suire_x
Source: HAL

Sainteté catholique et sainteté protestante (XVIe-XVIIe siècles)

Krumenacker, Yves (22 august 2010)

Communication faite au 21e Congrès international des Sciences Historiques, en ligne sur : http://www.history.ac.uk/cihec/sites/history.ac.uk.CIHEC/files/Krumenacker_0.pdf Le protestantisme refuse la vénération des saints. Pourtant il propose certains hommes en modèle. Il s'agit de voir quels ...

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Source: Enssib

Barnabé Chaussard et ses successeurs : 1492-1560

Miellet, Clémence 

Mémoire de fin d'étude du diplôme de conservateur, promotion 22 portant sur l’imprimeur-libraire lyonnais Barnabé Chaussard.

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Source: HAL

Anthropologie des usages du numérique

Plantard, Pascal (4 jul. 2014)

This scientific memo synthesis begins with a presentation of the course of the author. Then, comes the epistemological definition of anthropology of usage that defines this concept as a set of digital socialized practices from many research field and the immersives methodologies associated, called ...

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Source: HAL

The Catholic Reformation in the Diocese of Toulouse (1590-1710)

Martinazzo, Estelle (20 oct. 2012)

The diocese of Toulouse, located in Languedoc and Gascony, suffered significant destruction during the Wars of Religion. One-third of the religious buildings were destroyed in 1596. Inserted in a region where protestants conquered many cities, the Tolosans felt literally besieged by Protestantism, ...

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Source: HAL

Towards geography of scientific activities and collectives in the world : from the growth of the contemporary production system to the dynamics of a specialty, DNA repair

Maisonobe, Marion (17 sep. 2015)

This thesis considers the geography of scientific activities through its productive dimension (publications retrieved from bibliographic databases). An original method is designed which relies on two principles: taking the urban area as an elementary level of analysis to study the repartition and ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Material Catholicism : personal piety objects in France of the 16th and 17th centuries

Friant, Emmanuelle (3 jun. 2009)

Ce travail s'inscrit au croisement de l'Histoire matérielle et de l'Histoire de l'individu mais emprunte également à la sociologie et à l'ethnologie en plaçant les objets de la piété privée au cœur d'une réflexion sur les pratiques religieuses et culturelles des populations catholiques ...

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Source: HAL

The language of young people stemming from maghrebi immigration in Bordeaux : practices, functions and representations

Belhaiba, Aicha (19 jun. 2014)

Some studies in Sociolinguisctics present the language of young people stemming from the Maghrebi immigration in France as a variety of French, characterized particularly with its borrowing from Arabic. This vision, based on the practice of one language, does not allow to identify all the facets of ...

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Source: HAL

La Rochelle, capital city of leisure boating in Charente-Maritime (1945–2005) : study on the evolution of a water-based leisure and related port town management

Dussier, Marie (8 jul. 2015)

On July 13th 2001, the city of La Rochelle, involved with Paris in a candidacy for Olympic Games 2008, was seething with excitement. At the head of local population, elected representatives and managers of local yachting activities were waiting for the verdict of the International Olympic Committee, ...

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Source: HAL

A renown abbey in modern times : the Abbaye aux Dames de Saintes

Tissot, Allan (16 apr. 2012)

Between the late Middle Ages and the French Revolution, the story of the Saintes Abbey is worth being known to help having a better knowledge about religious communities and of Saintonge itself. It was the second feminine community in France because of its incomes, and the second richest lord in its ...

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