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Unknowns, Black Swans and the risk / uncertainty distinction
Tony Lawson’s work on probability and uncertainty is both an important contribution to the heterodox canon as well as a notable early strand of his ongoing enquiry into the nature of social reality. In keeping with most mainstream and heterodox discussions of uncertainty in economics, however, Lawso...
Familial album, reticence and memorial.A personal experimentation near the expressivity of the mezzotint in the artist’s book
[ES] In my Final Grado Work I intend to investigate and experiment about the expressive skills and characteristics of the Mezzotinto technique and the processes that make up and surround it, as well as its use within a personal artistic discourse, embedded in the languages of the contemporary graphi...
Adeligeungpolitik in the Neckar and Black Forests from 14 to 16 centuries
kindly allowed Horst Carl to make such an important contribution to the development of the rich grids The Long Way to the Reichsrittership — Adeligeungpolitik am Neckar and Schwarzwald from 14 to 16 centuries, in: Horst Carl/Sönke Lorenz (Hgg.), successful adaptation? Noble answers to social transfo...
A reexamination of the boundary object concept: a critical analysis of the implementation of a financial and accounting control system in a French University
International audience This research relates to a 4-year study of the implementation of a financial and accounting internal control (FAIC) system in a medium-sized French university. More particularly, we examine the interactions between a new FAIC system and certain university actors to analyze the...
A modelling tool for engine and exhaust aftertreatment performance analysis in altitude operation
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Inventories, Catalogs, and Venuses : Excavating the Archive in Robin Coste Lewis’s Voyage of the Sable Venus
This article discusses archival and memorial work in the poetry collection Voyage of the Sable Venus by Robin Coste Lewis. I track Lewis’s experimental poetic strategies to confront and unsettle archival silences and erasures when it comes to Black female bodies in the archive of Transatlantic slave...
Alterity and identity in Moi, Tituba, Sorcière... Black de Salem, Maryse Condé
, relying mainly on feminist theories, we will question the construction of alterity and identity from novel Moi, Tituba, Sorcian... Black of Salem, Maryse Condé. The project of this author is to give a voice back to Tituba, a real historical character about which there is almost no information. We...
The colours of political power under the Paris sky
Tricolore, white of monarchists, red of revolutionaries, blue of the republican: political power established its colours throughout the 19th century. From a lexicographic perspective, it seemed appropriate to ask more precisely about the functioning of the colour/political pair in a corpus of around...
The Little Republic: Masculinity and Domestic Authority in Eighteenth-Century Britain
The relationship between men and the domestic in eighteenth-century Britain has, until now, been obscure. The Little Republic rescues the engagement of men with the house from this obscurity, better equipping historians to understand masculinity, the domestic environment and domestic patriarchy. Thi...
Raymond Queneau. The mystery of origins
bring these passers-together to Le Havre, on Boulevard Maritime, at the beginning of the last century. Look at these two women who are on the way out, one of these Sundays of life, an umbrella by hand, coming from Sainte-Adresse. Their mystery is of no origin and endless. However, the writing will n...
Rules of the game: science-fiction, polar and pop culture in ‘As the ghost of a jazzman in the Mir station deroute’ and ‘altered Carbon’
altered Carbon by Richard Morgan and as the ghost of a Jazzman in Mauritius G. Dantec’s deroute station Mir play with the codes of two landmines of the pop culture, the black novel and science-fiction, and renew them by combining them. This game even extends beyond literature to cinema and music. Re...
European small pelagic fish distribution under global change scenarios
The spectre of increasing impacts on exploited fish stocks in consequence of warmer climate conditions has become a major concern over the last decades. It is now imperative to improve the way we project the effects of future climate warming on fisheries. While estimating future climate‐induced chan...
Beyond behavior: An intersectional analysis of the impact of sexual networks, segregation, and incarceration on disparities in STDs
There are approximately 19 million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States every year (Satterwhite et al., 2008).. Although the entire society is encumbered by the economic impact of STDs, the burden of these diseases is not equally borne along racial and gender lines....
The debate on the use of anthropology fetiche remains open: should we regret the confusion where we are too often blurred by the imprecision of the term or appreciate that it confers a global name on a set of magico-religious objects which no one has managed to divide into appropriate categories so...
Wrong-way risk via change of measure : theory, implementation and performance analysis
A key driver of Credit Value Adjustment (CVA) is the possible dependency between exposure and counterparty credit risk, known as Wrong-Way Risk (WWR). At this time, addressing WWR in a both sound and tractable way remains challenging: arbitrage-free setups have been proposed by academic research thr...
Audio-visual synchronization in reading while listening to texts: Effects on visual behavior and verbal learning
International audience Reading while listening to texts (RWL) is a promising way to improve the learning benefits provided by a reading experience. In an exploratory study, we investigated the effect of synchronizing the highlighting of words (visual) with their auditory (speech) counterpart during...
Virtual Reality as a new approach for risk taking assessment
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Black History Canada
this bilingual Canadian website (French/English) presents in an educational way a selection of online resources on the history of black in Canada from the beginning of the seventeenth century to 2005. It has been developed by the publishers of the Canadian Encyclopedia (The Canadian Encyclopedia) in...
Black Celebrity, Racial Politics, and the Press
Shifting understandings and ongoing conversations about race, celebrity, and protest in the twenty-first century call for a closer examination of the evolution of dissent by black celebrities and their reception in the public sphere. This book focuses on the way the mainstream and black press have c...
Beyond the Black Queen Hypothesis.
International audience The Black Queen Hypothesis, recently proposed to explain an evolution of dependency based on gene loss, is gaining ground. This paper focuses on how the evolution of dependency transforms interactions and the community. Using agent-based modeling we suggest that species specia...
The Dawning of the Black New South: A Geo-Political, Social and Cultural History of Black Atlanta, Georgia, 1966--1996
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009. This dissertation seeks to provide an intraracial narrative history of African American politics and class tensions in Atlanta, Georgia from 1966, the year when black power movement forces emerged and helped to elect Maynard H. Jackso...
Limited Rexivity and Reification: interactional work of conventionalisation
The question here is the limited nature of the reflexivity of actors as developed by Anthony Giddens in his theory of social structuring. It is about thinking in the same context (like François Cooren) what ‘animates’ the actors and what they animate. We will see interaction as a place/time for expr...
Product Placement is the New Black? Product placement in the Netflix Orange is the New Black series
A lot of research has been devoted to product placement and looks at practice from a variety of perspectives. However, less work seems to be focused on the subject in a way that includes all stakeholders. We have thus tried to study the challenges faced by all those involved in the placement of prod...
Oil Sands Terrestrial Habitat and Risk Modeling for Disturbance and Reclamation – Phase I Report
The overall objective of this project is to develop a framework that integrates risk management and strategic decision-making to evaluate the impact of disturbance (natural and industrial) on ecosystem products and services, and on habitat availability for terrestrial species in Alberta’s Lower Atha...
H M or the space of the dein
In the melting of Michaux’ black crossed chain with a red and white whale photograph in no more than a contrasting whale. A man matured in the mirror of a window L image of his face ends with that of a portrait of Michaux. The commentary cites the poet. It is an inner state that it should be able to...