Query : guerrier
- Durand-Guerrier, Viviane8
- Guerrier, Claudine8
- Guerrier, Olivier3
- Aublet-Cuvelier, Agnès2
- Bonnieux, Francois2
- Caroly, Sandrine2
- Cuny-Guerrier, Aude2
- Guerrier, Chantal2
- Abbas, U.1
- Abreu Aramburu, A.1
- Accart, S.1
- Aerts, C.1
- Aigrain, Philippe1
- Alberti, Vanessa1
- ALEA, Réseau1
- Allain, Florence1
- Altavilla, G.1
- Altmann, M.1
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The new licensing scheme in the French Law on Information of 2015: a break with the 1991 law?
contribution to a website The law on intelligence takes over, in the field of security, from the law of 10 July 1991. The question is raised as a corollary of the liberticide nature of the 2015 Law, in particular as regards the grounds and procedures.
A lira sour and a guerrier. Two bronze from the excavations on the acropolis of Cuma
The two bronzects covered by this note, a lira sour and a guerriero, were found during excavations conducted by the Second University of Naples (now the University of Campania) on the Tempum Maggiore of the acropolis of Cuma, in a layer of pavement. It proposes a framework for this at the end of the...
From barbare to deceptive oppressor: the image of Louis XIV guerrier in the English and Dutch satires
King of war par excellence, Louis XIV sought to embody the ideal of the victorious hero by orchestrating a wide propaganda contributing to his globe. However, this image was strongly tainted by foreign satires produced from the 1670s onwards. The belated attitude of this monarch was widely denounced...
Pat Barker’s The Silence of the Girls and the State of Exception
Pat Barker’s 2018 novel The Silence of the Girls revisits the Iliad to expose the unspoken tale of Briseis, Achilles’ captive. The novel explores Achilles’ wrath and Agamemnon’s decision in terms that recall Agamben’s definition of the state of exception. Rejecting romance, Barker revisits the Troja...
Farms in the Cotentin and Bessin marshes
Dissemination of the document: INRA Rural Economy and Sociology 65 rue de Saint-Brieuc 35042 Rennes Cedex (FRA) The Regional Natural Park of the Cotentin and Bessin Marshes has launched agri-environmental contracts which form part of a wetland protection programme. Voluntary farmers to participate m...
‘pbFrançois I’supber’/supb holds one of the first roles in the novel of French history. King Knight and Prince of the Renaissance for one, sovereign dominated by women and singer of religious intolerance to others, Marignan’s winner is crushed by his legends. These memories, which are at odds with f...
Montesquieu’s biography in manuals through its Pensés
Military expenditure, variables explained or explanatory to economic factors
When countries engage in a proactive disarmament process, economic variables are not directly behind the decision, even if they contribute to it. There are several forms of disarmament with different economic consequences. The question is then what the economic foundations of national security are....
The child hero in the Great War: a model for small Germans?
the child hero, mainly produced by adults’ imagination, enables them to play an active part in the struggle, normally excluded from the guardianship. In this way, this character bears an aggressive and coat symbolic. However, in German media, the violence of this figure is partly lost. Children’s he...
The language of Jacques Amyot, Dir F. Frazier and O. Guerrier
Il volume riunisce gli atti del convegno Amyot et Plutarque - Le “Plutarque françois” et la langue d’Amyot tenutosi il 16 e 17 ottobre 2013 all’Università di Paris - Nanterre, nell’occasione del cinquecentenario della nascita di Amyot, convegno che chiude un ciclo di quattro appuntamenti, realizzati...
The indianist gesture: From Saaint guerrier to heroes paysans
New story 1st Study Day 8 December 2011 — DICoD Amphitheatre, Military School, Paris. The attention of historians due to the fact that the war has long focused on the dramatic intensity of the battle, to the point of justifying the rejection of a battle story deemed too evasive. But it was also from...
The causes and consequences of the search for ‘guerrier capital’ among young people in the city
The aim here is to show the social organisation built by young people occupying the public space of their city, why and how they build it, as well as the legislative heterogeneity produced by that organisation by calling into question the State monopoly on physical violence. The aim of this approach...
The brother of the guarrier
The new film by Pierre Jolivet tells the story of two brothers, which is a priori opposed: the eldest (Thomas) left the family farm to earn a living on the roads by offering his armed services to the best bidders; the benjamin (Arnaud) remained with his mother, who passed on his donation to heal the...
Praying Mantis in the Desert. The Najdi Poet Ibn Subayyil Consumed with Love for the Bedouin
ʿAbdallah b. Subayyil (d. 1933) is the last great ghazal poet of the pre-oil era in Central Arabia. He was the headman of the small old town of Nifī. He is famous for his lively descriptions of the Bedouin tribes who would spend the summer at the wells of Nifī, and of the Bedouin beauties with whom...
“Moralia” and “moral works” at the Renaissance, “Actes du Colloque International de Toulouse, 19-21 May 2005”, texts gathered and presented by Olivier Guerrier
Il Convegno di Toulouse, di cui vengono pubblicati gli Atti, verte essenzialmente sulla fortuna di Plutarco nel Rinascimento europeo, con particolare attenzione all’area francese. Si tratta, però, non della fortuna delle Vite parallele, peraltro diffusissime nel Cinquecento (si pensi ai vari volgari...
The bow and blood of dogs
The ritual killing of the dog, when it is not forbidden (being sometimes assimilated to an act of sorcellery, sometimes to murder) occupies a unique place in the sacrificial system. For example, the dog is sometimes sacrificed during the funeral of a guarger or hunter, after breakdowns of a ban or b...
Playing well together: the coordination activities of large-scale online role play players
MMORPG, massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games, appeared at the end of the 90s. Based on games of strategies and a fantasy heroid universe, they offer the same imaginary and guardianship environment to players connected around the world. Many players have now spent thousands of hours of pla...
‘Prestory of a Naissance’: the writer and the speeches of knowing at the Renaissance
Alain Viala must have developed in his work the programme announced in Roland Barthes in 1960, according to which literary history could only be sociological, focusing on the study of ‘literary functions’. General history of literary communication, for which the 17th century offered a field of choic...
Sophie Albert, ‘Together or by pieces.’ Guiron le Courtois (17th centuries). The coherence in question
While some major cycles of the 18th century, such as Lancelot-Graal and Tristan prose, or even the Post-Vulgate Cycle, have for many years been the subject of multiple and detailed studies, the novel tuffu of Guiron le Courtois has remained, since the pioneering study by Roger Lathuillière, despite...
Municipal School Health Service and Health Promotion in Villeurbanne: School health municipal service and health promotion in Villeurbanne
‘titrebSummary’/titrebà Villeurbanne, the municipal school health service has been in place since 1935. He works in the main nursery sections and primary schools in the city. In 1998, his attachment to the Directorate for Hygiene and Public Health was an opportunity to rethink its activity. The bala...
Building blocks for a professional culture of French Great War fighters
The arrangements for the colloquium ‘Culture Fait Fait’ organised by IRSEM on 1 and 2 October 2020 prompted me to publish on this research book the verbatim of my communication. This is a very short version of my thesis, dedicated to the 47th Infantry Regiment during the First World War. The text co...
A peaceful quest for honor of the indian greatness. : Non-recognition of the “ Tamil Tigers” and catalyst events in Sri Lanka. Manliness and inimity among the decision-makers in conflicts (1987-1990 then 2000-2009)
Today, the quest for honor can seemoutdated in Western countries. But for a long timeit has characterizedthe relationships between the Indian decision-makers and the South Asian leaders. Relationships with Sri Lankan protagonists are also shaped by this question of honor but also of glory. Just as t...
Thomas Römer, God obscur. Cruelty, gender and violence in the former Testament
This third edition (11996, 21998) says quite well the success of a book confronting texts where God appears in offensive traits. Reworded, the subtitle “cruelty, gender and violence in the former Testament” redirects topics with flexibility. The modified coverage iconography announces the renewed pr...
Place writers in order of battle. The challenges of producing an imaginary guardianship of intellectual reports in the 17th century