Query : history
- Graf, Klaus559
- Poisson, Philippe537
- Veteranen Instituut433
- Stichting Mondelinge Geschiedenis Indonesië (SMGI)333
- Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (KITLV)244
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion225
- KNMI (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut; Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute)204
- Koek, F.B.204
- María Angustias Ortiz-Molina177
- Fernando José Sadio-Ramos164
- Santos, Rogério153
- Koninklijk Instituut Voor Taal-, Land- En Volkenkunde (KITLV)123
- Michał Krupa114
- Fort, Pascal113
- Sin autor108
- Renneville, Marc107
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences34243
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology20398
- Art and Art History19762
- Cultural Heritage and Museology16803
- Political Science16305
- Gender Studies13542
- Archaeology and Prehistory11051
- Classical Studies8427
- Methods and Statistics7725
- Musicology and Performing Arts7723
- Architecture and Space Management7519
- Biological Anthropology6404
- Communication Sciences6322
- Economies and Finances3318
- Environmental studies2932
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...
The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
Study days: “Recent idealism and language Research on language in German idealism” (26-27 January. 2018)
Study Day organised by Emeline Durand and Florian Rada Avec the support of the Paris Doctoral School of Philosophy 1 (ED 280) University Paris 1, 26-27 January 2018 Friday 26 January Grand Room Picard (UFR of History), 17 rue de la Sorbonne, 3th floor Moderation: Florian Rada 14h: Welcome to partici...
“Waegu”, History and Archaeology
On 26 January 2018 in the framework of a multi-disciplinary seminar of Damien Peladan studies in Korea (Paris-Diderot University, UMR 8173), a conference entitled “Waegu, History and Archaeology” is presented in the Room of Seminar RdC of the House of Asia, 22 avenue of President Wilson, 16th Paris....
Women in History: The Politics of Womanhood in Partition Narratives
The (post-) Ottoman space with gender prism
This issue of Clio. FGH intends to revisit the history of the transition between the Empire and the nation state by questioning the multifaceted and complex relationship between political and gender regime shifts. The space analysed covers part of the Ottoman Empire and its successor states, namely...
Étienne Guillaume, Les sauveurs de sainte Solange : les Portugais en Berry
Comment des Portugais sont-ils devenus les principaux acteurs du renouveau d’un ancien pèlerinage au centre de la France ? Afin de comprendre cette ultime et étonnante étape de l’histoire du pèlerinage local à sainte Solange, patronne catholique du Berry, Guillaume Étienne travaille dans trois direc...
Pour un outil d'analyse image des territoire urbains Pour un outil d'analyse image des territoire urbains: les formes visuelles sensibles de la ville
History and fiction in the work of Antônio Torres
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:...
Appeal privileges as factors shaping the court system in the old empire. Contributions to Austria’s legal history...Contributions to the legal history of Austria’s volume 1/2013•
Appellation privileges ignored the various territorial court systems with the empire and can therefore be seen as important building blocks of the judicial system of the old empire. This article examines the effects of the appeal privileges in the judicial system and thus comes within the tension be...
The Supreme Court as the highest appeal court in the Reich. Contributions to Austria’s legal history — Contributions to the legal history of Austria’s volume 1/2013.
In addition to its wide range of substantive jurisdiction at first instance, the Supreme Court was primarily an appeal court to review decisions of regional higher courts and French courts of Austrägal. The evaluation of some 40 000 cases recorded in the Bochum database shows the variable quantitati...
Frankfurt art history in Nazism: Not what she was?
25 universities offered art history in the Third Reich, one of which was the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Unlike other artistic institutes, the influence of NS cultural policy is hardly studied here. Documents from the Uni archive provide insights. Georg-Swarzenski, a full honorary profes...
Françoise Sullivan: Artist Present
Françoise Sullivan’s name is perhaps still little known outside Canada, but the rich and multi-facetted work of this artist, who is nothing less than a monument—still very much alive and kicking—in the history of Canadian art, deserves special attention well beyond the borders of the country she was...
Death and cathedrals in Provence (12th-14th century)
Relations between death and the medieval church have been explored by European historians since the beginning of the 20th century. They are here analysed within the 22 dioceses of « Provence » during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. Using a large and varied documentation, essentially produced by c...
Women’s place in new-yorkan galleries of contemporary art
AIATSIS Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (Canberra, Australia) is an institution focusing on the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and the islands of the Torres Strait. It drives academic research, publishes books and also keeps several collections of archives on...
History of Mésopotamia
Programme for 2006-2007: I. The archives of Alammush-nasir. — II. Texts on the history of Syria in the third millennium.
Research techniques in modern and contemporary history
Programme for 2005-2006: The seminar brought together students enrolled in Master II and at the beginning of the doctorate. Its purpose was to provide these students of religious sciences with methodological tools to address historical research...
Two religious systems in the former Testament: from Competition to Convergence
Programme for 2006-2007: Introduction — I. Yahvism based on the myth of creation — II. Yahvism based on Israel’s history with his God — III. The merger of the two yahvisms
Trouche, L. (2003). It and mathematics environments, what uses do you use for what learning?
mathematics, seen as a parangon of pure sciences, often give the image of science built in poor technological environments; however, they have developed by forging powerful material and symbolic tools for themselves (or by exploiting them). Mathematics teaching is generally more in line with the ima...
Bias — Programme of the Seminar 2015-2016
The Mondays morning of the EFR French School in Rome — Room of ROMA Piazza Navona Seminar, 62 on Mondays, starting at 9: 30 Monday, 14 December 2015 Session 1: “Inanimate objects, so do you have a soul?” History and social sciences in the face of medieval and modern links Organisation: Marie Lezowsk...
Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve — Eighth public readings, what they are and what they could be
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the ministry we celebrate this year in 2019, the Committee of History launched the publication of major texts that have been involved in the construction of public policies in the field of culture and testify to the long history of “cultural regivers”. This...
The Utopian Body in Film. Transparency, Reversibility, Hybridity
The utopian body in film, under discussion in this thesis, does not refer to an object of thought borrowed from Michel Foucault and applied to some dematerialised or extraordinary bodies on the screen, but to a heuristic tool for considering the historical and aesthetic modalities through which the...