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Diderot, le philosophe
Are E-petitions a Continuation or a Break with Traditional Petitioning?
Deducing Newton’s second law from relativity principles: A forgotten history
Petrology and bulk chemistry of Yamato-82094, a new type of carbonaceous chondrite
International audience Carbonaceous chondrites are classified into several groups. However, some are ungrouped. We studied one such ungrouped chondrite, Y-82094, previously classified as a CO. In this chondrite, chondrules occupy 78 vol%, and the matrix is distinctly poor in abundance (11 vol%), com...
Holisms of communication : The early history of audio-visual sequence analysis (Volume 4)
A central pillar of contemporary communication research is the analysis of filmed interactions between people. The techniques employed in such analysis first took on a recognizably modern form in the 1970s, but their roots go back to the earliest days of motion picture technology in the late ninetee...
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The Châtelet police of Paris (1560-1610) : identity, organization and practices of the officers
This study focuses on the specificity of the officers of the Châtelet of Paris in the sixteenth century ; it tackles a complex field of observation revealing social divisions and institutional power games at the origin of the difficulties of police regulation. By moving away from exclusively institu...
What History of Sculpture in the 20th Century?
Titles delivered in 2002 confirm the sustained interest in studies on sculpture. From the viewpoint of the consolidation of knowledge, we now have a fine catalogue raisonné of the sculpted work of Fenosa (1899-1988), a protégé of Picasso and Cocteau, author of the Tempête pourchassée par le beau tem...
The trace of times. Socio-ecological complexes through the prism of landscape analysis. For an involved environmental geography
This dissertation constitutes the core of a Habilitation to supervise research (HDR) in geography and planning. It is an original text whose guiding principle is to contribute to an involved environmental geography. In it, I explain the importance of using time and history to deal with environmental...
The Southern Version of Cursor Mundi, Vol. V
The medieval poem Cursor Mundi is a biblical verse account of the history of the world, offering a chronological overview of salvation history from Creation to Doomsday. Originating in northern England around the year 1300, the poem was frequently copied in the north before appearing in a southern v...
Restoration in North America: The story of a library
Meroitic Graves with Roman Games: Elites Moving the Borders of Play
International audience In 1963 two sets of gaming materials were excavated from a Meroitic necropo-lis in Sedeinga, Sudan. Comparative analysis of the unpublished archaeological descriptions shows that these are likely examples of the Roman game of Duodecim Scripta. Carbon dating and epigraphic evid...
Jake Nabel. “Exemplary History and Arsacid Genealogy in Tacitus, Annals 6.31”
In this paper, Nabel deals with the famous passage of Tacitus’ Annals (6.31) where the Parthian Great King Artabanus II, in a supposed letter to Emperor Tiberius, claims the right of ruling all lands once controlled by both Cyrus and Alexander. In the past, scholars have considered this passage a hi...
Historical sources of professional education at the State School Professor Anísio Teixeira (1985-2002)
Esse artigo trata-se de uma pesquisa histórica e documental que vem sendo desenvolvida no Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação Profissional (PPGEP), do Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN), na linha de história, historiografia e memória da educação profi...
Bust of poet Robert Burns
wavy hair, combed forward. Marked "Burns, mark C 107". H 8". Parian bust of the poet Robert Burns. High collar jacket, high collar blouse One of Abraham Lincoln's favorite poets, Lincoln may have owned a bust of Robert Burns, and placed it on display in the Front Parlor of his home in Springfield. H...
Die D*** von der Wikipedia
Soeben wurde aufgrund eines Leserhinweises ein Löschantrag auf den am 11. März 2008 angelegten Artikel Karl Maria Steinberg gestellt. Er sei ein Fake: http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Karl-Maria_Steinberg&action=history Offenkundig hat außer dem Erstanleger "Detmeier", der zuvor einen nicht...
UK: Living the Poor Life: untold history of the poor now online
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/news/483.htm National Archives. Living the Poor Life involved more than 200 volunteers across the country, including local and family historians, researching and cataloguing 19th century records from the huge Ministry of Health archive (MH12). [...] As part of the...
Adult education and universities in France. A heterodox mission for the universities?
International audience Life long learning incorporates various educational and training experiences, from the initial ones to the next ones when adults are going back to school for formal qualification or short courses, for professional training or personal life, in full-time or part-time conditions...
Interview: Who were "the first Russians" in Luxembourg?
"The first Russian" in Luxembourg, which arrived in the 1920ths, were not the first ones. The pre-history of the Russian presence in the Grand Duchy before WWI and the further development regarding the two world wars and the post-war situation were the topic of this radio interview.
Adaptive Regret Minimization in Bounded-Memory Games
Online learning algorithms that minimize regret provide strong guarantees in situations that involve repeatedly making decisions in an uncertain environment, e.g. a driver deciding what route to drive to work every day. While regret minimization has been extensively studied in repeated games, we stu...
4. Manuscripts with Prints: A Sticky Idea
As part of my regular job as curator of illuminated manuscripts at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (from 2006–2009) I acquired a few items for the collection. A manuscript written in the vernacular from the Meuse valley, near Roermond or Venlo, with numerous prints pasted into it (and not ripped or cut...
Global Clicks through Theatrescapes. Invited talk by Nic Leonhardt @ CREATE Salon, Univ. of Amsterdam
Nic Leonhardt, director of the Centre for Global Theatre History, and the new Academy of Digital Humanities in Theatre Research @ GTH Centre, was invited by the research program CREATE of the University of Amsterdam to give a talk on Digital Humanities in Theatre History in the context of the progra...
Studies in Pyu Epigraphy, I Studies in Pyu Epigraphy, I: State of the Field, Edition and Analysis of the Kan Wet Khaung Mound Inscription, and Inventory of the Corpus
International audience An urban system flourished in central Burma in the first millennium CE, before the ascendancy of the Burmese. Its culture is known to scholars and the public as ‘Pyu’. The written traces of the Pyus take the form of inscriptions on stone and other material, composed in three l...
The fashion for Flemish harpsichords in France: a new appreciation
International audience The long-standing fashion in Paris for instruments made in Antwerp is already well known through many texts, archival documents, and the examination of a large numbers of instruments. Here new documents are presented concerning Flemish instruments in the hands of French musici...
Car Nation: an Illustrated History of Canada’s Transformation behind the Wheel By Dimitry Anastakis
The Conners Parent Rating Scale: Confirmatory factorial analysis on preliminary data in a sample of 5-10 years old Belgian French Speaking Children