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Online conference and book | COVID-19 in Developing Economies
While the COVID-19 pandemic is mostly under control in many advanced economies, some developing countries in Africa and Latin America are registering an increase in the number of cases and may suffer long-lasting consequences from the pandemic. Although there is rapidly growing literature on the eco...
Maria Antonia: The representation of black, black, his world and religion
There are no truths, only interpretations. Nietzsche From the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, a dialectically articulated national identity between hegemonic discourse and the cultural discourse of the Revolution began to be built. The new revolutionary national identity was shaped while addressing...
The teaching of Dutch at the IUT of Saint-Omer-Dunkerque
The Dutch language is taught mainly in northern France along the Belgian border from Dunkirk to Lille. It is the official language of the Netherlands and Flanders. Since 1945, these regions have become rich and industrialised, and “local globalisation” has multiplied the exchange of services and cli...
Africa and the mission. Old terrain, new questions with Claude Prudhomme
, around 20 authors are gathered in this book to pay tribute to historian Claude Prudhomme. Their texts set out the new landscape of missions in contemporary times, incorporating the methods and perspectives provided by this researcher, which enabled the field to emerge from missiologist studies. Fr...
Literature against desarraid
Las reflexiones contenidas en Literatura contra desarraigo son una clara interpretación propia realizadas por Xosé A. Perozo. Nacidas del ejercicio literario constante y productivo nos acerca a conceptos actuales como el nacionalismo o la España de las Autonomías. Desde la lejanía, asistimos a la re...
Emploi * ATER EHESS
L'EHESS publie 8 offres de postes d'Attachés temporaires d'enseignement et de recherche (ATER) à mi-temps à compter du 1er septembre 2020 pour une durée d’un an, voir ici. Les candidatures se font exclusivement en ligne via l’interface emploi de l’EHESS. Anthropologie Analyse et politique économique...
The liberal Economists and the 1848 crisis
Group of ideologists, with no direct influence on a national economic policy which seems to be more inspired by colbertism than by Adam Smith, the French economists seem to have no control over a Revolution in 1848, the originality of which is manifested by the resonance of socialist doctrines who s...
A crucial task for the political economy: criticism of techno-liberal innovation
This article is critical of innovation driven since the late nineties as a major societal project. The text provides two main contributions to the clarification of what is at stake in the project. The first is to argue that the innovation orientation is an economic policy of a neoliberal nature, whi...
“Lapons” or “Norwegian”
The author intends to analyse the theory of the ethnicity of Fredrik Barth (1969) by recontextualising it in the Norwegian national ideology, which, like Finland, is the result of the combination of a successful identification with an opposite politico-cultural category, and the Nordic racial theori...
Chapter 4. Intellectuals and military
“Men of letters are the builders of Arab nationalism!” Taha Hussein, Majallat al-adab, January 1958. Many Egyptian intellectuals — many intellectuals from the Arab world and elsewhere — consider that active participation in the political life of their country is inherent in their status. However dea...
From stagflation to depression
The relative success of the fight against inflation and excessive attention over the short period tend to mask trend developments in developed economies. The political consensus on the idea of restoring the “big balances” means that the reasons for the continuing rise in unemployment in Europe — a f...
Environmental governance in Sri Lanka. Speech, implementation and local ownership of nature conservation policies in Hambantota district.
the approach developed in this thesis is in the field of political anthropology. It aims to combine a calder approach with the tools of socio-anthropology of development in a study of development and nature conservation policies in Hambantota District, South Sri Lanka. The first part of the thesis l...
'Of his breast noble poets shall eat; of his blood shall men be drunk': nationalism, literature, and Arthurian 'things' in medieval and Early Modern Britain
My dissertation examines the intersection of medieval and Early Modern Arthurian literature, English and British nationalism, and new materialism – specifically thing theory and object-oriented ontology. Arthur was not a true historical figure, yet throughout much of British history his cultural and...
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...
Lucien Moreau (1872-1935)
« C’est toujours un miracle étonnant qu’une conversion » : cette citation de Paul Claudel pourrait résumer le ravissement des premiers militants de l’Action française devant le ralliement au nationalisme intégral, puis au néo-monarchisme, d’éléments inattendus. Ainsi, l’arrivée d’un Lucien Moreau av...
Euro-barometer 15: Membership in the European Community, April 1981
This round of Euro-Barometer surveys queried respondents on standard Euro-Barometer measures, such as how satisfied they were with their present life, whether they attempted to persuade others close to them to share their views on subjects they held strong opinions about, and whether they discussed...
Mexican photography from the 20s to the 1950s and The labyrinthe of loneliness: use, mirror, footprint?
under the joint influence of the impact of the images produced during the Revolution, the momentum of cultural nationalism and the arrival of foisonous artists such as Edward Weston and Tina Modotti, the 20s are a very rich moment for Mexican photography. This visual hatch will continue and become m...
La place des économistes à l’égard de la politique économique de leur pays dépend d’une part, de la qualité de ses économistes, mais aussi et surtout de la place qu’ils tiennent dans la société et de la reconnaissance que cette société a du rôle qu’ils jouent ou qu’ils peuvent jouer. De grands écono...
Eurobarometer 44.2BIS Mega-Survey: Policies and Practices in Building Europe and the European Union, January-March 1996
This round of Eurobarometer surveys queried respondents on standard Eurobarometer measures, such as how satisfied they were with their present life, whether they attempted to persuade others close to them to share their views on subjects they held strong opinions about, whether they discussed politi...
The role of metropolitan institutions in the formulation of a Canadian national consciousness, with special reference to the United States.
Christianity and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Europe
This collection explores how Christian individuals and institutions combined the topics of faith and national identity in twentieth-century Europe. “National identity” is understood in a broad sense that includes discourses of citizenship, narratives of cultural or linguistic belonging, or “national...
Nationalism, when you want us!
nationalism is likely to be a strong indicator of the elections that will mark the year 2007 in Turkey. Although the decoration has changed, the current context is a reminder of the background that preceded the 1999 legislation, after which the most nationalist Turkish political formations had grown...
Global terrorism as anti-movement
What we call “terrorism,” a concept which requires clarification, has in the span of half a century shifted from one configuration to another. From the late 1960s up till the end of the 1980s, its analysis fell under “methodological nationalism,” to use the words of late lamented sociologist Ulrich...
Chapter III. The major projects on the Iberian Peninsula
One of the objectives of the fontismo, which governs the economic policy of successive Portuguese governments in the years 1870-1880, was the development of communication infrastructure and, in the first instance, the development of the rapidly expanding rail network: 50 kilometres in 1860, 950 in 1...
SOBRE LA DINÁMICA DEL CRECIMIENTO ECONÓMICO
summary of this article supports the need to replace the growth theories most widespread today with a dynamic analysis of the economy, free of balance and optimal trajectories. It summarises the main features of a possible alternative theory, where innovation is the primary cause of the growth obser...