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Art and war: the Syrian case
In Syria, the local art scene was quite remarkable a few months before the February 2011 uprisings. Together with the early stages of Arab modernity in the second half of the nineteenth century and supported during the baathist period by strong investments by the political authorities, Damascus had...
Roots and prosody: The Iraqi Arabic derivational verb
A number of recent Optimality-Theoretic approaches to Nonconcatenative Templatic Morphologies (NTM) such as the verbal systems of Arabic and Hebrew have argued that NTMs do not require reification of the consonantal root (Bat-El, 1994 ; Ussishkin, 1999, 2000, 2005 ; Buckley, 2003). This article pres...
The Qualifying Adjective: Contrastive study in French and Arabic
International Colloquium: Local administration in the Maghreb (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia). What models after the Arab Spring "— at the IMA (Paris), Paris V (Malakoff), 10-11/01/2019
Colloque organised by the Centre Maurice Hauriou CMH EA 1515, the University of Rouen-Normandie CUREJ 4703 — Romanian University Centre for Legal Studies and the Institute of the Arab World. International Colloquium Local administration in the Maghreb (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia) What models after th...
Deixis and focus: Yafi ‘(Yemen)’ s Arabic particle
In Arabic spoken in the Yafi region of Yemen, there is a deictic particle, ta, which performs four functions: determining the nominal as a simple demonstrative adjective, it is also equative and attributive linking a specific nominal subject to an indeterminate nominal prediction, presenting a full...
Interview with Ali Laïdi: Economic Intelligence France 24
Where is the world’s largest halal producer? In a Muslim country? No. Against all expectations, he is in Switzerland! And it is the multinational Nestlé. Halal means ‘lawful’ in Arabic. For the anthropologist Florence Bergeaud-Blackler, author of the book ‘The halal market or the invention of a trad...
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...
Urban governments and policies in Beirut and Lebanon
Lebanese pre-war town planning was “liberal”, but centralised, like the economy. In fact, there were few plans, old ones and many derogations. The war has multiplied the centres of influence, creating a sort of forced decentralisation, and Beirut broke out into several areas of influence. Post-war,...
Urban policy and housing policies in Morocco: uncertainties of a strategy
The Moroccan State’s strategy since independence has been aimed at limiting the weight of cities and maintaining rural rural areas in the countryside by means of a rural spatial planning and equipment policy, a refusal of industrialist choice. Despite this proactive attitude, public action has at th...
Ángeles Vicente Maître de conférence habilitée à diriger des recherches (« Profesora Titular de Universidad »), Universidad de Zaragoza (Espagne). Chercheure associée au Laboratoire LaCNAD (Langues et Cultures du Nord de l’Afrique et Diasporas), EA 4092 LACNAD-CREAM (Centre de Recherches et d'Études...
IISMM’s call for signatures in response to the disappearance of the magazine QANTARA.
it is with dismay and incredulity that we, authors, subscribers, occasional or regular readers of the QANTARA magazine, learn about the cessation of this unique cultural magazine in the French media landscape, at a time when French society is more than ever in need of insights based on a solid base...
Turkey facing Europe and the Middle-East. The mutations of the Turkish Islamism since 2002 : emergence, consequences and prospects
The relationship of Turkey with Europe and the Middle East is greatly influenced by the actions of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) from coming to power in 2002 until nowadays. This thesis tries to make clear how the changes realized by the Turkish Islam during this period impacted on the for...
Promotional tourism discourses after the arabian springs : for a discourse analysis with a didactic aim in FOS
This research focuses on the influences of the "Arab Spring" on the tourist discourse that we approach under two argumentative modalities: tourism advertising and tourism promotion. To deal with this issue, we have collected an iconotexual corpus (text + image) among media resources very varied, dis...
“From the Queen to Odalisque: depoliticisation and sexualisation of “Eastern Women” (16-18 centuries)” in Sexe, Race and Colonies. The domination of the bodies of the th century to the present day, N. Bancel, P. Blanchard, G. Boëtsch, R. Jean-Baptiste, N. Snoep, C. taraud (dir.), Paris, La DéOpen, 2018, p. 200.
Leveraged bilateralism : Franco-Syrian relations under President Chirac's two periods in office (1995-2007)
The objective of the present thesis is, through the use of renewed documentation, to understand the relationship between a medium-sized, global power, active in the Middle-East, and a medium-sized Arab power. The beginning of Jacques Chirac’s presidency in 1995 corresponded to the implementation of...
Par W. Vycichl En phonétique on distingue l’accent musical et l’accent d’intensité. Bien que des mots berbères passés dans des langues soudanaises y présentent certains modèles d’accentuation, aucune trace d’accents musicaux à valeur phonologique n’a pu être relevée en berbère. Il s’agit soit de jeu...
Exhibition: “A secret art. Talismanic writing from West Africa "— IMA in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Tourcoing, until 21/12/2014
In West Africa, men meet the intimate needs of the population by receiving them for consultation. The solutions they offer include, but not exclusively, the production of writing talismans. Their origin is not in Africa, but in the Arab Muslim world. The most common models are those of al-Bûne (m. 1...
ENS Arab Week, 2014 edition — Paris, 04-11/04/2014
The Arab Week returns to the Higher Normal School from 4 to 11 April 2014, with an exciting topical and cross-cutting theme: Territories AND FRONTIERES While the ‘Arab revolutions’ in Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and elsewhere continue to be marked by the importance of political movements and human displac...
The ordinary courts in Cairo, between proceedings and procedures
, I propose to deal with in this text the relationship between ‘unqualified’ citizens in the worlds of justice, in particular on the basis of data collected during an investigation in Darb al-Ahmar and Duwîqa, to which some information glanted on the wrong side of the ‘bar’ side, the defendants, per...
Molière and the Arab Theatre
Molière, often considered the ‘godfather of Arab theatre’, was first introduced to the Arab world in 1847 by Marun Naqqaš and his adaptation of The Miser. Since then, Molière has never ceased to influence Arab dramaturgy. Discussing a series of plays by authors from Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia and Moroc...
Singers and men (politicians): “the dialectic of influential bodies and men”
Although its title might suggest it, it has nothing to do with the private life of the President of the French Republic and his wife, singer Carla Bruni. It is true that French kiosks are looking for blankets which are not illustrated by the photo of either (to such an extent that the French press i...
Philologika Elektronica — A conference by Cornelis Van Lit to see or review
On 7, 8 and 9 December 2020, I organised an online training course entitled “Study and publish Arab texts with digital” as part of my activities for the GIS Middle East and Muslim worlds. The first day, 7 December, offered an introduction to digital opportunities for philology. After a morning led b...
Body figures, body disfigured
A ticket published in early May referred to the ‘spring’ of Arab dance, an artistic form whose vitality can be perceived as one of the signs of change. However, the cause is far from being heard and the resistance to this ‘body language’ is real, including in the so-called ‘traditional’ forms of eas...
Visualizing the World
For a relational approach to modern literary Arabic conditional clauses
Based on novels written in Modern Standard Arabic published between 1963 and 2005 and from the entire Arab world, this article suggests how the hypothetical systems of this variety of language no longer correspond to the established "classical" model. Specifically, it demonstrates that the so called...