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Strategies against External Threats to Spanish Sovereignty in a Colonial Territory: the case of the Philippines in the 19th century
This work is done within the frameworkof two research projects: " La modernización de Filipinas, 1868-1898 (HAR2015-66511-P, MINECO/FEDER) and " The Representation of External Threats in the Configuration of Spanish Power in the Philippines(1600-1800), " Horizon 2020-H2020-MSCA-IF-2014-653508-Phil-T...
Influence of co-catalysts on the photocatalytic activity of MIL-125(Ti)-NH2 in the overall water splitting
Democratic Politics and the Circles of Trust
International audience Trust and democracy appear to be linked in a self-reinforcing circle whereby higher levels of trust are conducive to more desirable forms of democracy, and democratic institutions preserve trust relationships and allow them to thrive. However, the relationship between trust an...
12 septembre 2019: Lancement du carnet "Suffering America: Writing Pain in 19th-Century US Literature"
https://uspain.hypotheses.org The "Suffering America" blog aims at disseminating the research conducted by Dr Thomas Constantinesco at the University of Oxford under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie project “USPAIN – Suffering America: Writing Pain in Nineteenth-Century United States Literature” (H2020-MS...
A Gendered Analysis of the Income Generating Activities under the Green Morocco Plan: Who Profits?
International audience Since 2005, major donors have been expanding Morocco's programs to combat poverty, social exclusion and gender inequality. Yet, despite newly designed programs that advocate participatory approaches, empowerment and inclusion, rural women endure a persistent marginalization in...
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Subphthalocyanine encapsulated within MIL-101(Cr)-NH2 as a solar light photoredox catalyst for dehalogenation of alpha-haloacetophenones
Founding deaths: strategic and military villages “martires”
Multi-isotope evidence of population aggregation in the Natufian and scant migration during the early Neolithic of the Southern Levant
Geophysical Evidence of Gas Hydrates Associated with Widespread Gas Venting on the Central Nile Deep-Sea Fan, Offshore Egypt
International audience Deep-sea fans are favoured settings for the formation of gas hydrates, due to high sedimentation rates and organic matter content that promote the upwelling of methane-rich fluids. Gas hydrates have not been sampled on the Nile fan, but geophysical evidence of their presence i...
How to Support Group Decision Making in Horticulture: An Approach Based on the Combination of a Centralized Mathematical Model and a Group Decision Support System
S Ehrgott, M.: Multicriteria Optimization. Springer, Heidelberg (2005)
An early life methane inhibitor treatment reduced methane emissions in dairy calves
The Economic Cost of COVID Lockdowns: An Out-of-Equilibrium Analysis
International audience This paper estimates the cost of the lockdown of some sectors of the world economy in the wake of COVID-19. We develop a multi sector disequilibrium model with buyer-seller relations between agents located in different countries. The production network model allows us to study...
Human occupation and environmental change in the western Maghreb during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) and the Late Glacial. New evidence from the Iberomaurusian site Ifri El Baroud (northeast Morocco)
Gas hydrates, fluid venting and slope stability on the upper Amazon deep-sea fan
International audience Gas hydrates are ice-like compounds of water and volatiles (mainly methane) that are stable in deep-sea sediments due to high pressures and low temperatures. Changes in oceanographic conditions that reduce their stability field (e.g. sea level lowering, bottom water warming) h...
Proposition de campagne à la mer, Flotte Océanographique Française, Appel d'offre 2018 : Multi-disciplinary investigation of fluid venting from gas hydrate system in the Nile deep-sea fan (SEAGAL)
The SEAGAL campaign of the RV Marion Dufresne to the Nile deep-sea fan is proposed by UMR Geoazur in collaboration with partners from France (Universities of Nice Sophia Antipolis, UPMC and Bordeaux1, Ifremer), Brazil (IPR-PUCRS), Germany (Jacobs University Bremen), Italy (OGS) and Egypt (University...
Molecular Fingerprinting of 14C Dated Soil Organic Matter Fractions from Archaeological Settings in NW Spain
Iconomy of the derivative image: Effacing the visual currency in Société Réaliste's THE FOUNTAINHEAD
International audience This article discusses the experimental film "The Fountainhead" (2010) by the Parisian artist cooperative Société Réaliste, originally exhibited at Jeu de Paume in Paris. The film reworks the 1949 film of the same name by King Vidor (itself based on a novel by Ayn Rand) by dig...
Pliocene-Quaternary mass wasting along the Ionian Calabrian margin, offshore southern Italy
International audience The Ionian Calabrian margin, offshore southern Italy, is a tectonically active area, located above a subduction zone dominated by rollback of the African plate. A variety of mass wasting features are known to occur along the inner continental slope, based on seafloor mapping d...
Tracking Five Millennia of Horse Management with Extensive Ancient Genome Time Series
The exile, the outcast, the emigrant. Literary and artistic portrayal under the Nazi and Soviet regimes
International audience The objective of this book is to understand exiles, outcasts, and emigrants through the eyes of writers by examining the manner in which they were portrayed in the literature of Central, Eastern and Western Europe under the Nazi and Soviet regimes. An analysis will also be mad...
Bumper crop or dearth: An economic methodology to identify the disruptive effects of climatic variables on French agriculture
This study provides an economic method to identify the impact of changes in stochastic (climatic) and non-stochastic (farm managed) inputs on the production of a representative sample of French field crop farms between 1990 and 2015. This economic decompositionmethod specifically attributes output c...
Origin of gibberellin-dependent transcriptional regulation by molecular exploitation of a transactivation domain in DELLA proteins
Carbon leakage from the deep sea
International audience Marine sediments store large quantities of organic carbon derived both from the drainage basins of rivers on land and from life in the oceans. The Amazon is the world's largest river, from which sediment supply to the Atlantic Ocean has resulted over the last millions of years...
Are the Accompanying Cations of Doping Anions Influential in Conducting Organic Polymers? The Case of the Popular PEDOT
S Schacher, F. H., Rupar, P. A., & Manners, I. (2012). Funktionale Blockcopolymere: nanostrukturierte Materialien mit neuen Anwendungsmöglichkeiten. Angewandte Chemie, 124(32), 8020-8044. doi:10.1002/ange.201200310
The Sources of Political Normativity: the Case for Instrumental and Epistemic Normativity in Political Realism
International audience istinctively political normative judgements that have nothing to do with morality. The irst ground is instrumental normativity, which states that if we believe that something is a necessary means to a goal we have, we have a reason to do it. In politics, certain means are requ...