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- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion23
- Gricourt, A.20
- Rifflart, Christine11
- Sabbagh, Daniel11
- Dumont, Gérard-François10
- Poisson, Philippe10
- Vallet, Elisabeth10
- Gomez, Anne-Sophie8
- Heyer, Eric8
- Sciences Po. Centre de recherches internationales (CERI),7
- Bloedel, Prentice; Church, Thomas; Haag, Richard; Kawana, Koichi; Kubota, Fujitaro; Robertson, Iain6
- Blot, Christophe6
- Michelot, Vincent5
- Ndiaye, Pap5
- Plane, Mathieu5
- Chagny, Odile4
- Lacorne, Denis4
- Archambault, Fabien3
- Political Science945
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences330
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology252
- Gender Studies219
- Economies and Finances216
- Art and Art History175
- Cultural Heritage and Museology171
- Methods and Statistics133
- Communication Sciences125
- Musicology and Performing Arts119
- Architecture and Space Management79
- Environmental studies49
- Biological Anthropology35
- Classical Studies22
- Archaeology and Prehistory20
Cairo behind the gates: studying the sensory configuration of Al-Rehab City
The current research aims to elaborate the sensory configuration of a gated community named Al Rehab City in Cairo. This contemporary urban form, imported from the United States, is part of the last stage of modernizing the city. The methods used are based on analysing the sensory phenomena captured...
"Trust, but Verify" - Confidence and Distrust from Détente to the End of the Cold War
"Trust, but Verify" - Confidence and Distrust from Détente to the End of the Cold War 7-9 novembre 2011, Washington (États-Unis) Date limite de réponse : 1er mars 2011 U.S. President Ronald Reagan once famously quipped, "Nations do not mistrust each other because they are armed. They are armed becau...
Symposium ‘Esclaving, Abolition and Repairs in the United States: cross-sight of the slavery past and the future of repairs’
Saturday 19 May 2012 was organised at the School of Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) by the Centre d’Études North American (CENA) and the International Centre for Slavery Research (CIRESC), the symposium: ‘Slavery, abolition and reparations in the United States: cross-looking on the slaver...
The 1984 GM Agreement in Canada: Significance and Consequences
The 1984 negotiations and strike at General Motors in Canada are a turning point in the relations between US and Canadian unions. The different elements of the crisis are explained by the author who also raises possible consequences on the future of the Canadian labour movement.
“Donald Trump and American populist tradition”
Peggy Guggenheim: Marseille to Venice — Conference report (18 June 2021)
The Peggy Guggenheim Conference: from Marseille to Venice is the first conference organised by Villa Air-Bel, in partnership with the Sociétés en Mutation en Méditerranée (SoMuM) Institute of Aix-Marseille University, the United States Consulate General and the Marseille Museum of History. It took p...
Genesis of a Global Surf System. A Comparative Study of Hawai‘i and California: Traditions, Cities, Tourism, and Subcultures (1778-2016)
Dealing with the colonial history of Hawai‘i and California from 1778, this dissertation focuses on the transformation of the Hawaiian custom he‘e nalu into a global surf system. This analysis asks if there a break or a continuity of Hawaiian surfing in the 19th century, and what are the terms and c...
Ecumenism through the band: what people do at the institutions
After a reflection borrowed from Mr de Certeau and H. Sacks on how a community of believers manages its heterogeneity and certain forms of deregulation, the author is studying two concrete cases of ‘band’ eccumenism: ‘trenenism’, conducted in the United States by conservative Catholics and evangelic...
The French presence in the training of American engineers during the first two thirds of the 19th century: institutional and intellectual aspects
In the United States, in the first two thirds of the 19th century, the French presence in the training of engineers took place both at institutional and intellectual level. The many institutions in which American engineers are educated are largely inspired by the teaching structures and methods of F...
Ksenya Kiebuzinski, Alexander Motyl, éds., The Great West Ukrainian Prison Massacre of 1941
the book introduced and edited by Ksenya Kiezbuzinski and Alexander Motyl from the universities of Toronto in Canada and Rutgers in the United States attempts to take stock of a short Soviet repressive sequence: the massacres in the prisons of Western Ukraine in the summer of 1941, shortly after the...
Gary M. Hamburg, Randall Allen Poole, eds., A History of Russian Philosophy, 1830-1930
the history of Russian philosophy that has just appeared in the United States shows the growing interest in this area of thought. The various articles have been drafted by recognised specialists. The period studied runs from 1830 to 1930. Many chapters show how tiring the date of 1922 was. The banni...
Back to the International Video Art Festival Brick Mortar, 14-15 October 2011, USA
In the continuation of the video seminar, I draw your attention to a small event. This is the third edition of the international video art festival BICK Mortar, which took place on 14-15 October in Greenfield in the United States. The central theme of the films and installations presented in the l...
The macroeoconomists and stagflation : essays on the transformations of macroeconomics in the 1970s
This thesis focuses on the transformations of macroeconomics in the United States during the 1970s, while questioning the way to study and to analyze these transformations. From the point of view of economic history, the period seems to mark a break with the relative stability post World War II year...
The Garifuna. Territorial transnationality, identity building and political action
The Garifuna, the products of the conflict between Africans and indigenous Caribes during the colonial period, have been living since the 18th century on the Caribbean coastline of four Central American countries (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua). Following a steady migration process that...
Fair value relevance and banks governance
Fair value measurement greatly changes the valuation of financial instruments held by banks. Thethesis examines the fair value relevance thought corporate governance and banking regulation.The international IFRS 13 standards and SFAS 157 standard in the United States require firms topublish fair val...
FAIR VALUE RELEVANCE AND BANKS GOVERNANCE
Fair value measurement greatly changes the valuation of financial instruments held by banks. The thesis examines the fair value relevance thought corporate governance and banking regulation.The international IFRS 13 standards and SFAS 157 standard in the United States require firms to publish fair v...
News from anarchist criminology
The ‘anarchist criminology’ is honoured by two recent works published in the United States and coordinated by the same three authors, Anthony J. Nocella II, Mark Seis and Jeff Shantz. Reading Classic writings in Anarchist Criminology and Contemporary Anarchist Criminology makes it possible to revert...
Meetings — Ravensbrück: portraits of women on Sunday 10 April 2016 at 16: 30 (Shoah Memorial)
On the occasion of the publication of Si is a woman in the Ravensbrück camp, Sarah Helm, 1939-1945, translated from English (USA) by Pierre-Emmanuel Dauzat and Aude de Saint-Loup, ed. Calmann- Lévy, 2016, and Souvenirs by Marie Rameau, ed. The City burns, 2015; The weapons of mind, Germaine Tillion,...
Alexandre Hogue: dust bowl painter
During the 1930s, Great Depression, repeated droughts, dust storms and erosion weakened farmers in the Great Plaines. More than two million will leave their farms for California. It was this social, economic and climate phenomenon that the American painter Alexandre Hogue chose to paint in a series...
Two children per woman in 2010: would fertility be insensitive to the crisis?
in France, the fertility indicator continued to increase in 2010 (2,00 children per woman compared to 1,99 in 2009), while it generally declined as a result of economic downturns. The last recession occurred during a period when fertility was on the rise in the majority of Western countries. The rec...
For a review of the Middle Ages “male” of Georges Duby (United States)
Georges Duby’s conceptions have had a profound impact on how mediators in America view the Middle Ages. Its legacy is arguably the greatest in terms of the study of women in this period. Duby defined female experience as marked by repression and lack of power. In fact, he defined the medieval period...
The withdrawal of the United States of America from UNESCO (1984)
Taking part in the solutions of main problems at the dawn of the third millennial, peace, development and environnemental protection in the world appears like an imperative of the international community. In so far as instrument of intellectual cooperation, Unesco plays an essential role.The recent...
Becoming an informant: the suspicion in diagnosis via others
This article explores how clinicians sound, decipher and mistrust the voice of patients’ relatives in an American clinic specialising in dementia diagnosis. On the basis of the observation of meetings of the medical team, I describe how the trust usually given to these ‘informants’ is called into qu...
Migration and religions
The Cahiers Latin America, History and Memory of the University of Paris 8, devote one of their upcoming issues (issue 19) to the theme of migration and religions, bringing together work on groups of Latin American and indigenous immigrants based in different host countries (Europe and the United St...
United States of America
Gricourt A. United States of America. In: Pedagogical journal, Volume 60, January-June 1912. pp. 81-83.