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Paradigm free regularization for fMRI brain activation recovery
The advent of new brain imaging techniques such as resting-state functional MRI (fMRI), has led to the need for new approaches to recover brain functional activations without a prior knowledge on the experimental paradigm, as it was the case for task-fMRI. Conventional methods, i.e. the general line...
La Chabrier and Marie-Ève Thérenty, detective. Is a manufacturer of crimes?
the detective magazine established itself in France from 1928 to 1940 as ‘Le grand weekly des faits-miscellaneous’, as stated in its subtitle. Composed of 16 pages featuring shock photography, bold photomontage and eye-catching titles, detective appears to be the heir of the illustrated supplement t...
The CESCM hosted the first Angevin Network meeting (7-8 November 2014)
Cliché A. Rigollet Repenser the Angevin World between 1150 and 1260: this is the ambitious and exciting goal of a group of international researchers brought together by Stephen Church. On 7 and 8 November 2014, Poitiers was the framework for their first round table, the first step in lasting collabo...
Watch — Publication: L. Levantis ‘Venice, a performance of water and stones. Architecture and landscape in French travellers’ stories (1756-1850)’ (UGA Éditions (ELLUG) — Grenoble Alpes University, 2017)
Published from an inpatient site, Venice symbolises human triumph on natural elements. Its size comes from a bold pact between culture and nature, between islands and their lagoons, between history and territory. The research work behind this work has therefore been stimulated by the special relatio...
Seminar (EHESS/IISMM): “Political Literature at the Classical Age of Islam (VII-19th Century)”.
political literature at the classic age of Islam (VIIe-19th century) Makram Abbès, Professor at ENS-Lyon (TH) (IISMM). Teacher is a reference for this EU Pascal Buresi, director of studies at the EHESS, research director at the CNRS (TH) (CIHAM, IISMM) If it is the main teaching of a teacher, the na...
When an experiment changes the lines of support
How do public, professional and citizens actors help to redesign the social state in France? On the basis of numerous case studies, the aim of this book is to update trends in the field of social intervention, as well as the contradictions that go through public action, as well as the democratic win...
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-2012)
While throughout 2012 the celebration fasts will have been able to give Romusseauist criticism the image of a rich and varied discipline, flourishing with fringes and virtuosity, this efflorescence of the tricentenary of the birth of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-2012) struggling to mask the crisis an...
Special-purpose assets: nature, culture, break
Table of Honour of the Faculty of Higher and Postdoctoral Studies, 2012-2013. “The trust has sparked a lot of inks in Quebec. However, few studies are undertaking an understanding of its true nature and its strange effects on the conceptual architecture of Quebec private law. By choosing the special...
Artisanal technical and aesthetic virtuosity in xviia and centuries architecture
With the cross-reading of texts produced by architecture theorists and French trade leaders, the article looks at how technical virtuosity was seen in architecture in the xviia and centuries. Theorists’ speeches show that while some forms of technical virtuosity were a sign of artists’ ingenuity, ot...
The breakdown of cohabitation and real estate civil society
Concubinage and SCI are a couple that can cause some perplexity. However, the SCI offers cohabiting people a bold means of adjusting the financial consequences of their contingent breakdown, the actual occurrence of which will, quite often and paradoxically, give rise to dissolution.
Teacher training: New channels and new resources
This article raises the problem of “new” teachers in the face of “New technologies and new channels”. We have raised our thinking in two key parts. In the first part, we briefly analyse, linking them to new needs, the traditional approaches to teacher training, highlighting three key points: trends...
Families in revolution (1775-1825). Research into the family behaviour of rural populations in Ile-de-France and the former catering scheme
The unprecedented legislative effort made during the French Revolution was not aimed solely at eliminating the political and social organisation of the former regime. It also expressed the desire to radically change the rules of social life, centuries and mentalities, and to educate the people throu...
International audience The future of PAGES is in the construction of a more global and diverse paleoscience community, expansion of links with other, complementary initiatives, and in the support of community-driven science. PAGES should challenge itself with bold new initiatives, lean administratio...
The theatre at risk of translation
Is translation a risk? If we chose this title, ‘Theatre at the risk of translation’, it is to better emphasise that any translation (and especially any translation of a theatre text) inevitably entails a share of risk. But it is clear that, if the translator agrees and, in most cases, aspires to tak...
Meal scenes in ‘ibCésar Birotteau’/ib
Among the many food events in Balzac’s work, the meal scenes in César Birotteau deserve special attention, as they play an important role at several levels in the novel. We will first examine how meal times help to structure the adventure route of Birotteau, before carrying out a more detailed analy...
Nordic Europe: the other area of the pioneers of aviation (late 19th-1914), Nordic Historical Review, n° 25, Second Semester 2017
International audience This article presents the main pioneers of aviation in Nordic space before 1914. These were particularly numerous and they frequently maintained close ties with the great pioneering nation for aircraft: France. Some, such as the Danish Jacob Ellehammer, were even considered to...
“When Chéreau reads Wagner: A ‘Ring’ journey (1976-1980)
1973: Wolfgang Wagner offered Pierre Boulez the musical directorate of Richard Wagner’s Ring tetralogy, on the occasion of the centenary of the first production planned for 1976. At a time when Wagnan works are undergoing bold performances across Europe, the challenge is to impose Bayreuth in the mo...
Critical Discourse Analysis I. Concepts of social context and stakeholders
The aim here is to raise awareness of the Anglo-Saxon work of analysing speeches. The title of the book we present: Critical Discourse Analysis I, suggested that this was a first editorial effort in this sense and that we would try to continue it. We also know that only a fraction of the work carrie...
“If you see something, say something.” Edward Snowden and the state of national security
“To find the needle in the hay grill, you need to take the whole wheel”, says General Keith Alexander Director of the Nsa from 2005 to 2014. The dream of the nosa of being able to collect, track and spy on any electronic communication worldwide is an ambition to eliminate any notion of confidential...
Liberal or coordinated Sustainability? Environmental Governance in Different Capitalist Schemes: Germany and the United Kingdom.
This research represents an effort made towards contribute to the critical thinking from an analysis of the hegemonic neoliberal ideology, which supports the idea of the end of history and the technocratic universalism which in turn implies the imposition of a single model of life, denying, in the n...
Letter to Alain Viala on his letter to Rousseau on the literary interest
Cher Alain, I could start this letter with the following words: ‘Pardon. Forgetting to dare to write to you. You may be going to be very bold”. You were writing in Rousseau a fantasy spirit. I am writing in Alain Viala, a monument of its kind, but also of patience and optimism. So I am less afraid o...
One more step along the way: the 2019 Work Life Balance Directive
This paper offers an early analysis of the recently adopted 2019 directive on Work-Life Balance for Parents and Carers. In particular, it focuses on the 4 substantive rights included in the directive : parental leave, paternity leave, carers’ leave and the right to ask for flexible working arrangeme...
Robert William Elliston as Colonel Feignwell in "A Bold Stroke for a Husband"
Half-length portrait, wearing uniform, sash, and star.
The extended life of tile vaults in the 19th and 20th centuries
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“appears with a bold leap in our misthrows and shamefully”
“So a Mist” — a glance in the online dunes, says that this wording refers to a “difficult, annoyant, blurred matter, thrown away”, “precautionaryly depreciating” and this is also true in flues. Melanie Laibl and Lili Richter’s image book of the same name has been awarded with several prizes, meaning...