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Genesis 103, June 2016
DOSSIER: Excellent body Introduction Manuel Schotté, p. 3 “Mountaineering is something more than a sport”. The Ethics of Alpinism in Victorian England Delphine Moraldo, p. 7 The invention of the ‘best French workers’ competition (1920-1930) Stéphane Lembré, p. 29 Georges Carpentier, birth of a sport...
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...
Extending the scope of the German Basic Law to EU citizens: on the right to insurance of an existential minimum (judgment of the German Federal Social Court of 3 December 2015, B 4 AS 44/15 R)
The issue of citizenship as the concept of social rights, such as the right to insurance of an existential minimum, are at the heart of the concerns of local and transnational legislators and judges. The aim here is to define, not without difficulty, what concepts of citizenship are likely to overla...
The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
Mapping of the natural vegetable trainings on a regional scale by classification of temporal series of satellite images
Forest cover mapping is an essential tool for forest management. Detailed maps, characterizing forest types at a régional scale, are needed. This need can be fulfilled by médium spatial resolution optical satellite images time sériés. This thesis aims at improving the supervised classification procé...
Teresa Wright, Party and State in Post-Mao China
party and State in post-Mao China is part of around 15 titles published in the ‘China Today’ series of Polity Press. The stated aim of this academic publisher is to get closer to the readership of the general public by inviting eminent specialists from all over the world to write concise introductor...
Organisation of urology semmiology education for second-year students at the Antilles Medical Faculty
This memory presents the organisation of an urology course for second-year medical students at the Antilles’ Faculty of Medicine. The aim is to create a course adapted to the clinical reality, with the active participation of students. Method: We have decided to teach “pathologically oriented” semmi...
‘The Pyrenees: Olympic Laboratory’. Research on an innovative sports and tourism project of the 1990s
National audience This contribution shows the origin, intentions (sporting, cultural, territorial) and principles of this programme, and then briefly summarises the arrangements for organising the Pyrenees adventure Games in 1993. Following various studies in the geography or sociology of sport (BES...
“Walls of Words”: Paperscape in Charles Dickens’s Novels
The walls of Dickens’s city are covered in posters, bills, signs and inscriptions, resulting in the disappearance of those very walls behind the accumulation of messages. Simultaneously, these words go beyond the space allotted to them, erecting walls of words in the public space, constantly modifyi...
The debate on the future of nuclear energy in Germany, France and Sweden: analysing the complexity of national stakeholder systems
The development of German, French and Swedish nuclear policies following the Fukushima disaster is part of the dynamics specific to the systems of actors in national debates. Germany is singled out by the construction of a coalition that has led actors with different profiles to support the shutdown...
Participatory musical practice the case of graphic partitions
The subjectivity of climate change in the island. The case of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Islands are the first to be affected by climate change (CC): their small size, generally low altitudes and external dependence increase their vulnerability to natural, particularly coastal hazards, aggravated by CC (Bertrand and Richard, 2011). Nowadays, the introduction of adaptation to CC is criti...
Pedestrianisation of central boulevards
Climate justice and green global economy: call for papers
Call for papers for a special issue of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, on "International Environmental Justice and the Quest for a Green Global Economy" The journal special issue will explore : The links between sustainable development, green economy and social-e...
Women in History: The Politics of Womanhood in Partition Narratives
The challenges and opportunities of the Great Ferroviaire Vitesse in terms of local development and sustainable development: analysis based on production and ownership of service innovations
There are many high-speed train projects in Europe and elsewhere in the world. These projects are now part of a context of sustainable development, and their ambition is primarily to limit, or even counter, the continuous growth of road transport for people. However, this primary ambition is accompa...
Infinitive and narrative. Analysis in two Latin novels
Maps 1 Workshop 4 Mobility
Simulation in SMA of a Taxi brousse transport service Summary of the work carried out during the MAPS 1 fomation. Background The humanities and social sciences have always sought to improve their tools to disseminate their knowledge. The last of them, multi-agent systems (MSAs) is a remarkable vehic...
Towards religious superdiversity: diversity, plurality, pluralism and recognition
This book describes the issues of recognition of religious diversity in terms of relations, urban public space, public debate, public visibility and social and legal recognition. It suggests thinking about the contemporary situation of plural societies at the crossroads of empirics and norms. It is...
Migrant workers in the face of tuberculosis in Russia and Kazakhstan: results of an exemplary survey
This article focuses on awareness of tuberculosis (GRT) among migrant workers from Central Asia. The aim is to assess the possibilities for improving the prevention of this social disease among them. This work presents the results of a survey conducted in Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzsta...
The Instagram globe-trotters: contemporary representation (s) of the trip
This research work focuses on studying the representations of the journey put into circulation via the Instagram device by a group of users — which we simply define as a globe-trotters whose passion and practice from the other side are laid down as communal denominators. The study of the process of...
Errements and breaks in the void
On the Law of 23 March 2019
The extension on account of distance specific to press law
(Crim. 5 March 2019, no 18-85.074, Légipresse 2019. 132 and obs. ibid. 2020. 193, study N. Verly; Cons. cons., Decision No 2019-786 QPC of 24 May 2019; Légipresse 2019. 263 and obs. ibid. 414, study E. TORDJMAN, G. Rialan and T. Beau de Lomenia; ibid. 2020. 193, study N. Verly; Constitutions 2019....
Accidents at work, involuntary homicides, and articulation of non-liability
(Crim. 7 janv. 2020, no 18-86.293, published in the Bulletin)