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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...
On the opposition ‘synthetic’ vs ‘analytical type’ in Arabic
The article focuses on the typological characterisation of Arabic through the study of different syntax constructions and some morphosyntax traits. It analyses the breakdown, established in particular by Joshua Blau, between an old language model, which is fundamentally synthetic in nature, and a ne...
The birth of a Tunisian revolutionary press. Elements for a study of social and national movements
Yearbook of North Africa
Nominal and verbal determination under the prism of error: contrastive and didactic linguistic study of expression written in French by Syrian Arab students
This linguistic and didactic study is based on the comparison of the determinative system in written Arabic (AE) and spoken (AP) with French. Three arguments relating to the determinative system are used in this thesis in favour of the theory of progressive determination: continuity of determination...
Homosexuality and terminology in Tunisia
Marta Luceño MorenoDocteure in Information and Communication at the University of Liège, post-doctoral candidate 2018-2019 at the University of Tunis (TTM Unit), a researcher associated with IRMC, is currently conducting a research programme on the representation of LGBTQI society in the media in...
The bombing of Algiers by the Danes in 1770, according to the Barbaresque Achieves: Arabic language and literature in Algeria of the 18th century
Feminity and the
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe definition by Lisân al-’arab (philological encyclopaedia of the Arabic language) of the word Farj as an opening, cracking, interstice... allows not only to measure the gap between the original and what a translation can be, but also to reflect on what Freud and Lacan call ‘...
Images and fantasms in the Arabic novel
The aim of this study is to revisit the historical and ideological genesis of the ‘confrontation’ between the West and the East, which — despite its secularity- has crystallised since the shipment of Napoleon (1798-1801) by embracing the theme of authenticity, ‘the Moi’ and modernity. “the other”. I...
Multilingualism as a "non-lieu de mémoire" in the Bulgarian Literary space (XIX-XX)
For Pierre Nora, one can only speak of a lieu de mémoire if there is a prior intent to remember: "Without an intent to remember, lieux de memoire would be lieux d'histoire." The research that I have been conducting for three years on what I call the ignored languages of the Bulgarian literary space...
Pouvoir et sexe : La favorita del Señor, roman de Ana Teresa Torres
La favorita del Señor (2001), roman de Ana Teresa Torres, se caractérise à la fois comme roman érotique et comme roman historique : la belle mauresque Aisa doit à une initiation précoce à l’art du sexe, dans son île natale méditerranéenne, d’accéder, devenue captive, à une exceptionnelle destinée en...
The errance of Imrû’l-Qays: Arabic and Tuareg poetry
Through a legacy of colonisation, French studies of Berber language literature underestimate the Arab-Islamic influence on this literature. However, this influence is important. This is assessed here in a case study. National audience The half-legendary figure of the ancient Islamic poet Imrû’l-Qays...
Formant tracking by Multiresolution Analysis
Our research work presented in this thesis aims the optimization of the performance of formant tracking algorithms. We began by analyzing different existing techniques used in the automatic formant tracking. This analysis showed that the automatic formant estimation remains difficult despite the use...
The Coran, a literary production of late antiquity or Mahomet interprets in the ‘Arabic reader’ of La Mecque
It is dealt with here with Mahomet’s exegetic activity in certain passages or in part of the reader’s vocabulary (Syriac: qeryână) mecquois (the ‘Coran’ mecquois). Mahomet sometimes appears to interpret passages or logia of earlier records which were not in Arabic. This interpretation is to be under...
Current state of the linguistic border. Between Arabic and Berber
In order to analyse the current state of the linguistic border in northern Morocco and to map the linguistic map of Arabic and Berber, the authors used the work of historians, particularly colonial historians. At the end of the 20th century, many Moroccan and foreign researchers tried to resume this...
Jews from North Africa in Pletzl? Unknown presence and forgotten tests (1920-1945)
article in the file on: “Maghreb Jews between East and West” During the interwar, Yiddishland Parisien, established a North African Jewish community, especially Algerian. It was in the south of the Marais, beyond rue de Rivoli, that she gave her preference, succeeding in keeping intact the country’s...
The tree revealing the forest: Arabic translations of freelance terminology
Between the dispersion of Arab psysonists and the dispersion of the words of psychanalysis, a babelic fantasm and melancolic influences have emerged. With the idea of a strike of destiny or an inability of Arabic to express analytical concepts, the author tries to substitute the finding of instituti...
From the sources of Arabic philosophy
The emergence of philosophy in Arab-Muslim civilisation followed a long process that was not without problems and difficulties. It took place against a background of changing needs inherent in the expansion of an empire whose religion or language was initially unwilling to host it. It is the story o...
AAU – Association of Arab Universities - اتحاد الجامعات العربية
founded in 1969 and affiliated to the Arab League, the Association of Arab Universities (AAU) now has 23 members located in all Arab World countries. Its website contains a plethora of information and information on the member universities, including links to the institutional pages of each of these...
Figure and incorporation: the establishment of a bilingual (Polish-Arabic) concordancier
With the observation that polylexicality is a morphological mark that allows the notion of equivalence between polylexical and monolexical units to be incorporated into the translation, we have tried to show the intersection between these two essential mechanisms of lexical dynamics, namely figing a...
Nader Srage, Dialogue des Langues
Le Beyrouthin Nader Srage, professeur de linguistique à l’Université Libanaise et membre de la Société Internationale de Linguistique Fonctionnelle (Silf), livre dans son ouvrage une réflexion multiple sur sa passion, la linguistique fonctionnelle, et son domaine de recherches, la diglossie de la la...
The summary of Arabic grammar by Zamal šarEU-level
, one of the largest Arabic grammar in the 14th century, is the author of the Mufa-al, a major piece of Arabic grammatical tradition that will be the subject of many comments for centuries. He is also the author of the ‘Unmū-a”, which, for the first time, will find a fully vocalised Arabic version o...
The linguistic and cultural diversity in the Algerian education system
After fifty years of independence, the formalisation of the classical Arabic language, the use of Algerian spoken (derdj), the recognition of tamazight as the second official language and the ‘forced’ use of French, the ‘coloniale’ language, as the ‘foreign’ language, still mean, for most Algerians,...
Recruitment of an MCF in Arabic Language and Literature, Univ. Bordeaux
PROFIL OF POSTE Relevant training courses: Land-lea Arabic Licence Educational objectives and need for mentoring: Pedagogical objectives: language, literature and civilisation courses in the first, second and third years of bachelor’s degree: responsibility for language teaching in the first, second...
The role of literature in learning the hurdle from the 19th century
This communication seeks to highlight the method of teaching the hurdle through literary texts. While the history of the hurricane can be traced in one of its old variants in the 11th century, his teaching may not have been taught until the 13th century, probably when the first writing known as Dehl...
Differentiating through digital: the case of Arabic HELD
The purpose of this memory, which is based on our main traineeship mission, which consists of the design of a ‘blurring of language learning’, i.e. Arabic HELD, is to show how digital can enable the development of a pedagogical differentiation strategy, including through an online language pathway....