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Mot-clé : Repenser le colonialisme Ann Laura Stoler, Frederick Cooper_x
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OpenEdition (19 dec. 2013)

À partir d'une perspective pluridisciplinaire, ce colloque se propose d’apporter de nouveaux éléments à une réflexion sur la relation entre mémoire et histoire liée aux expériences de domination – colonialisme et dictatures – dans le contexte des espaces (ex)impériaux des mondes ...

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Source: HAL

Politiques du moment colonial. Historicités indigènes et rapports vernaculaires au politique en " situation coloniale "

Bertrand, Romain (oct. 2008)

The field of colonial studies has gone through tremendous theoretical upheavals in the past three decades. Yet something is still too often missing in the study of 17th, 18th and 19th century situations of colonial or imperial "encounter", namely this vernacular domain of thought and actions that ...

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Maurice L'Admiral - Un Guadeloupéen à Alger

christianpheline (12 dec. 2014)

Le 13 novembre dernier, Christian Phéline présentait au Centre diocésain des Glycines à Alger une conférence retraçant le parcours de Maurice L'Admiral (1864-1955), Guadeloupéen, avocat à Alger, élu municipal actif auprès des Jeunes Algériens et bâtonnier durant la Grande Guerre. Il ...

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Source: HAL

Subaltern, color line and gender representation in mauritian and reunionese novel and autobiography

Bertrand, Sandrine (13 nov. 2014)

Colonial novels try to represant more precisely the Colored people than exotic literature. As colonial museum, Ulysse cafre ou l’histoire dorée d’un Noir written by Marius-Ary Leblond and Ameenah written by Clément Charoux expose colony, its functioning and natives. These colonials mauritians ...

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Source: HAL

Nuestra California. Forging California between two national and imperial constructions (c. 1810-1850)

Perez Tisserant, Emmanuelle (29 nov. 2014)

Mention très honorable avec les félicitations du jury The case of California brings to light the imperial character of nation-building in Mexico and the United States in the early 19th century. Concerning Mexico, in spite of a will to break with the colonial order and to harmonize the whole ...

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Source: HAL

History Teaching, Imperialism and Decolonization in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1945-1958)

Seri-Hersch, Iris (17 may 2012)

Situating the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan in the wider frame of British imperial history, this dissertation investigates school history in late colonial Sudan. Didactic materials, prescribed contents and pedagogic practices are analyzed against the background of five major developments of the 1945-1953 ...

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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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Histoire scolaire, impérialisme(s) et décolonisation(s) : le cas du Soudan anglo-égyptien (1945-1958)

Seri-Hersch, Iris (17 may 2012)

Réinscrivant le Soudan anglo-égyptien dans l'histoire impériale britannique, cette thèse explore l'histoire scolaire soudanaise à l'ère de l'« ébranlement colonial » qui succéda à la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Les matériaux didactiques, les contenus prescrits et les pratiques pédagogiques ...

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Source: HAL

"Crime and punishment" in the colonies : prosecuting, judging and punishing in colonial Dahomey (1894-1945)

Brunet-La Ruche, Bénédicte (7 nov. 2013)

Apprehending the criminal colonial project and placing it in its implementation, from the criminal act or tort to the sanction, throughout prosecution and trial, are the purposes of this research taking place in Dahomey, a French West African territory, between 1894 and 1945. The principle of ...

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