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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...
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...
“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...
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
Maps 1 Workshop 3 Risks
Workshop 3 — Risk — Toxicity Presentation Power Point model (NetLogo) Conceptual model (class diagram) Conceptual model (NetLogo)
Book presentation ‘The rule in Pfalz am Rhein in the 15th century’
On 15 October, the Foundation for the Promotion of Palatinate History Research in conjunction with the Historical Association of Pfalz e.V. and the Speyer City Archives/Cultural Heritage Department invites a book presentation: Henry J. Cohn, The rule in Pfalz on the Rhine in the 15th century.Place:...
Caught in the Web of Bureaucracy? How ‘Failed’ Land Deals Shape the State in Tanzania
After more than ten years of hectic debates on international ‘land grabs’, academic interest in collapsed land deals or projects with unexpected results is growing. According to the Land Matrix, Tanzania is one of the target countries for such deals, with a number ‘abandoned’ or delayed and projects...
Power, control and resistance within worker co-operatives : an ethnography of a co-operative factory
My study focuses on questions of power, control and resistance within worker co-operatives. In a first part, I analyse a situation involving interactions between representatives of the co-operative movement so as to show the role played by critique in their understanding of their pluralistic environ...
Deconstructing migration paradigms through studies on the emigration and immigration of women in Italy
Research on Italian emigrants and immigrants has evolved in the same epistemic space, asked the same questions and provided complementary answers that allow progress to be made in gene-migration studies based on three findings. The first is that the complexity of migration flows is a process that is...
Power sanglots... in the conversation (online)
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West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
Improvement of the recovery of heavy chlorinated organic compounds in saturated porous media by thermal and chemical enhancements : experimental and two-phase flow modeling approaches
Groundwater pollution by chlorinated organic compounds is a major problem. Actually, these particularly toxic pollutants, permanently degrade soil and groundwater quality. Their dispersion (by solubilization and volatilization) from the pollution source zone can generate large contaminants plumes.Ch...
Aspects of the urban environment in Brazil
All authors who have collaborated in this thematic file are interested in environmental, social and political issues surrounding urban development in Brazil. The main idea that emerges from all articles is that measures taken by public authorities to address environmental concerns in Brazilian citie...
Low-cost sensor for measuring the quality of the oil in real time
[ES] The aim of this project is to create a prototype low-cost turbidity measurement sensor to measure oil quality thanks to a photograph and an infrared Led. Bartolomé Calatayud, F. (2020). Low-cost sensor for measurement of oil quality in real time. Universitat Politèca de València. http://hdl.han...
Carriages, coffee-cups and dynamometers :representing French technical cultures in the London Mechanics’ Magazine,1823-1848
British discussions of French technical culture have often assumed, if not explicitly stated, contrasting ‘national styles’ : centralized, state-oriented, theoretically driven, and institutionally supported work in France ; dispersed, individualistic, empirically driven, school-shy practice in Brita...
State of play of the European issue
Since the beginning of the decade, the draft Constitution for Europe has become the main concern of European bodies and leaders. In the United Kingdom, it has gradually superseded the issue of euro adoption. As a result, the ruling Labour Government sailed through the meanders of this project until...
No. 872, 1-15 March 2004 Jean-Marc ferryLes Grammers de l’intelligenceDu Cerf ed., 211 p. Start: communication. Which authorised the proposal to: “The thesis of the ontological precedence of a world of communication over a world of representation is an anchor for the discussion of the book”. The exi...
Fascism and literary criticism. Men, ideas, institutions
Walter Benjamin wrote in The work of art at the time of its technical reproducibility that fascism had esthetised politics and that communism had responded with the politicisation of art. The accuracy of this consideration can explain the current historical and literary interest in the complex links...
Theatre, ideological weapon: the case of Martínez de la Rosa
The 19th century Spanish in the history of the Spanish-speaking letters is considered to be the second century of gold in the Spanish theatre, due to the density of production, the numerous representations and the different genders. On the other hand, the relationship between power and theatre is ra...
Defending obscene art or how to look for cosquillas in power from a scenario
“A dust, well given, will never be forgotten”. The sentence is not myself, I read Camilo José Cela in a journalistic article in which, using this ironic example, our ineptionable literary Nobel suggested that one of the most dire Chilean contributions to the culture of our time has been the pairing...
Implementation of the Level Set method for simulating the chemical wet anisoptrope attack process applied for microfabrication
[ES] In this work, the Level Set (LS) method has been implemented to be applied to simulate the wet anisoptrope attack process used for the manufacture of microstructures. Atomic models are currently used to simulate this process, however, the use of the LS method could bring some advantages. Finall...
Natural space and religious landscapes: caves in the Greek world
among the natural sanctuaries, caves are in the interest of being identified and analysed both from literary and iconographic sources and from archaeological discoveries. In Greece, around 130 caves can be identified for historical periods. This contribution is mainly devoted to space issues, be it...