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Aesthetics and Politics: The Afterlives of Oscar Wilde’s The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891)
Oscar Wilde is regarded as the emblematic figure of Aestheticism and Art for Art’s sake and thus of the autonomisation of the arts in late nineteenth-century Britain. That is why The Soul of Man under Socialism, his most overtly political essay, published in The Fornightly Review in February 1891, h...
Transnationalisation of professional football. The example of the media coverage of the Champions League and the Euro 2016
Many Europeans know Europe only through high-profile competitions such as the European Football Championship or the Champions League. These sports events are among the most viewers in the world. But European football also makes it possible to see ‘business’ or ‘drift’ that is equally publicised (cor...
Comparative nationalisations in Europe after 1945
Andrieu Claire. Comparative nationalisations in Europe after 1945. In: Twentieth Siecle, History Review, No 8, October — December 1985. pp. 131-136.
History of a summer ‘various facts’: the assassination of Étienne Marcel in 1358
On 31 July 1358, Étienne Marcel, the Present des Merchants ((Since the mid-eighteenth century, the prepository of merchants has de facto been the representative of the Paris bourgeoisie to the Royal Government), has been murdered in the middle of Paris. Let us return to the scene and circumstances o...
Physico-chemical study of varnishes of a corpus of European musical instruments from the 15th to the 18th century - Historical approach and conservation prospects
Various, and often contradictory, hypotheses have been raised for more than a century concerning the composition of ancient varnishes of musical instruments, in particular those made by Antonio Stradivari. Neither these hypotheses, nor the rare experimental results, allow grasping correctly the varn...
The Prehistory of a Neologism : « South-Eastern Europe »
The general scholarly consensus regarding the origin and development of the term “South-Eastern Europe” is, briefly, as follows : a) first used in German in 1861, it was theorized and popularized by the geographer Theobald Fischer in an article of 1893 and another one of 1909 ; b) it was subsequentl...
From SIGLE to OpenSIGLE and Beyond: An In-depth Look at Resource Migration in the European Context
International audience In 1980, some major European scientific information centres established the “System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe” (SIGLE) to provide access to European grey literature and to improve bibliographic coverage. August 23, 2006, the Luxemburg Register of Commerce an...
The Buwayhid Dynasty of Baghdad from the accession of Izz al-Dawla to its extinction, A.H. 356-447/A.D. 967-1055.
The rise of the Buwayhids to power during the fourth century of the Hijra is important in the history of medieval Islam not only from political but also from cultural, administrative and religious standpoints, all of which form the subject matter of the present study. Despite the importance of the s...
BREXIT: State of play
Au 31 janvier 2020 à minuit (heure de Bruxelles), le Royaume-Uni a quitté l'Union européenne. Cette sortie n'est pourtant pas totale : conformément à l’accord de retrait, le pays est entré dans une transition qui lui permet de négocier sa future relation avec l’UE, tout en restant provisoirement int...
at the beginning was the road... The Knight, a man of war, and the pilgrim, a man of faith: two figures that are traditionally assimilated to the Western Middle Ages. The medieval knight rightly belongs to the imagination of this long period of time between Antiquity and Renaissance; but païle times...
Roundtable - Combating anti-Semitism in contemporary Europe
Roundtable Combating anti-Semitism in contemporary Europe What is the state of anti-Semitism in Europe, and Luxembourg, today? How can it be situated within the broader context of rising hate speech and crime, online and offline? What methods are being proposed to combat it? How does it relate to po...
J. Russel Major. — Representative Institutions in Renaissance France, 1421-1559
Pocquet du Haut-Jussé B.A.J. Russel Major. — Representative Institutions in Renaissance France, 1421-1559. In: Annales of Brittany. Volume 67, issue 3, 1960. pp. 314-315.
Don Franco Costa. For the history of a priest active in the Italian Catholic laicate. Studies and testimonies. Historical interview
Durand Jean-Dominique. Don Franco Costa. For the history of a priest active in the Italian Catholic laicate. Studies and testimonies. Historical interview. In: Archives de Shiences Sociales des religions, No 92, 1995. The European Islam p. 153-154.
CHANGING PATTERS OF WATER CONSUMPTION IN THE SUBURBAN BARCELONA: LifeSTILES AND WELFARE AS EXPLANATORY FACTORS
Atlantic gardens and swimming pools constitute one of the most relevant features of a new phase in the history of the urbanization process in the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona, coinciding with the real state madness, by which the traditionally compact urban form typical of Mediterranean cultures...
Jean Monnet, banker, 1914-1945: Private interests and general interest
Jean Monnet is poorly known! One who is considered to be the ‘father of Europe’, among others, did not assert himself on this slot until more than 60 years ago at the time of the Schuman Declaration of 9 May 1950. Before, the man had had a number of lives: responsible, at his initiative, for organis...
Demography of the European Union. Which migrations ? Which integration ?
International audience Migration is a central issue in the European Union, for many reasons : the large number of immigrants who live there, the positive level of the migratory growth rate, the increased global competition to attract the best brains, fears about the shrinking of the working populati...
Amber and fossil
To observe cultural transfers between Germany and Russia in the XIXth centuries, we need to focus on the history of the humanities. Without the need for translation, their most prominent representatives in Russia have always been regular readers and interpreters of the German work of their time. The...
[Bibliography] Philippe Plagnieux (dir.), L’art du Moyen âge in France: Ve-XVth century, Paris, Citadelles and Mazenod, 2 010.32 cm, 599 p., fig. in n. and bl. and in coul, coul plating, shots, index. — ISBN: 978-2-85088-322-4, 205 p. (Art and Large Civilisations, 40)
perfectly illustrated and thus not denying a well-known collection, this collective book deals with the whole of the Middle Ages, from antiquity to Renaissance, i.e. a millennium, all artistic disciplines combined. A challenge? It is true that the French geographical framework makes it quite easy to...
Critical reading of heritage and impediment to atonement: Nasr Hamid AbuZayd (
) examines the conflict of interpretation between two major speeches, one that tends to remove sanctity from the religious text through a scientific reading of its historical causes, and the other restores His Holiness to him by proving his high side away from every scientific examination. The text...
Kaiser Ferdinand III: (1608-1657): A biography
Ferdinand III. inherited the Thirty Years' war from its father, Ferdinand II.. In the centre of his reign, the war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Westphalia and thereby the long time of the confessional arguments going along with denomination questions. The Peace of Westphalia was at the same time...
The sociology of agricultural worlds: from a sociology of change to a sociology of coexistence
International audience This article aims at giving an overview about the four main collections of problems and studies that have structured over the last four decades what could be called the French school of rural sociology: from the rural exodus to the "rural renaissance"; the question of social c...
Geographers have a long-standing interest in the border. The latter is one of the first subjects of study of discipline, as developed in contemporary times. From the deterministic and imperialist concepts of the German school, a pioneer in this area, to the possible approaches of the French school,...
"Robert Garnier in Elizabethan England: Mary Sidney Herbert’s 'Antonius' and Thomas Kyd’s 'Cornelia'"
International audience This volume gathers together for the first time Mary Sidney Herbert’s Antonius (1592) and Thomas Kyd’s Cornelia (1594), two significant and inter-related responses to Robert Garnier’s Roman plays, Marc Antoine (1578) and Cornélie (1574). As a unique diptych the translated pla...
Ancient imagination and palladianism of the Enlightenment
Baridon Michel. Ancient imagination and palladianism of the Enlightenment. In: Eighteenth Size, No 27, 1995. L’Antiquité. pp. 109-127.
Iwele (Godé). Monsengwo. Actor and witness of history
Luneau René. Iwele (Godé). Monsengwo. Actor and witness of history. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 92, 1995. Islam in Europe. pp. 159-160.