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Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean
International audience Old Babylonian texts from the first half of the 2nd millennium BC dealing with trade often suggest that Mesopotamia is the land of wool. For scholars who travelled in this area from the middle of the 19th century, it is easy to understand why. The environment allows people to...
Chapter X. Plurality and anteriority of research objects and methods
International audience There is no single vision, no single consensual voice. By reflecting the plurality and anteriority of objects and methods, we highlight dialogues and debates in their dynamics and their present validity, linked to the plurality of approaches in the discipline. This plurality t...
Diplomacy and Culture in the Early Modern World
31 July-2 August 2014 at TORCH, Oxford The conference builds upon the recent ‘cultural turn’ in diplomatic studies that has seen more innovative, interdisciplinary approaches to a subject that was once viewed in heavily bureaucratic and constitutional terms. Scholars are increasingly appreciating th...
Towards academic ecotourism? Looking for good practices in interdisciplinarity research.
Although we work in entirely different fields, and followed different paths to our current lab, we share a resolutely interdisciplinary approach to our research. In asking ourselves separately how interdisciplinarity was relevant to our endeavours, we thought we would simply come upon the same answe...
Rethinking climate engineering categorization in the context of climate change mitigation and adaptation
International audience The portfolio of approaches to respond to the challenges posed by anthropogenic climate change has broadened beyond mitigation and adaptation with the recent discussion of potential climate engineering options. How to define and categorize climate engineering options has been...
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Genetic bases of natural variation of Arabidopsis thaliana response to Ralstonia solanacearum in a global warming context
In the context of climate warming, global surface temperature is predicted to increase from 1.5 to 4.8°C by the end of the century and extreme climatic events are expected to become more frequent. These changes will affect plant development and favor the poleward geographic migration of pathogens. T...
Spatial Planning and Intrastate Conflict. Applying Tools from Geography in the Study of Civil Wars
Empirical literature on civil war has demonstrated the benefits of using disaggregated data while exploring the influence of geography on intrastate conflicts. This paper goes further in exploring the border between political and geographical sciences by assessing the link between accessibility and...
Chapter Computer Assistance in the Minimally Invasive Ablation Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer
The insertion of ablation needles towards pancreatic tumors demands excellent anatomical knowledge and interdisciplinary skills from the medical professional. While the placement of a single needle next to the structures at risk surrounding the pancreas is considered a challenging task, irreversible...
Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods: Community Survey With Census Tracts, 1994-1995
The Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods is an interdisciplinary study aimed at deepening society's understanding of the causes and pathways of juvenile delinquency, adult crime, substance abuse, and violence. In particular, it is a study of children's social and psychological devel...
The Psychology of Study Success in Universities (Edition 1)
Universities around the world are under increasing pressure to maintain high levels of graduation and to make study processes as efficient as possible, with teachers and students struggling to meet the expectations placed upon them as a result. The Psychology of Study Success in Universities asks wh...
From exchange products to symbolic objects: new data on currency-bar type semi-finished products from Val de Saône and the Jura Arc
International audience Semi-ferrous products, such as metal reserves supplying forging workshops, are privileged markers of the circulation of goods and the organization of trade networks. Several thousand of these products, attributed to the Iron Ages, are shaped like flat irons ending in a rolled...
"“Should feminists clone?” “What do neurons think about?” “How can we learn from bacterial writing?” These and other provocative questions have long preoccupied neuroscientist, molecular biologist, and intrepid feminist theorist Deboleena Roy, who takes seriously the capabilities of lab “objects”—ba...
Interdisciplinary Symposium : "Land and Sea in the Mediterranean World” — University of California Santa Barbara (États-Unis), 07-08/11/2014
The Mediterranean Seminar/UCMRP is happy to announce our Fall 2014 workshop and symposium, hosted and co-sponsored by the Medieval Studies Program at UC Santa Barbara. Space is limited, please register now. Friday, 7 November - Symposium 12:30–6pm This one day interdisciplinary meeting sponsored by...
Chapter 25 Teacher agency in plurilingual learning contexts
"The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Education will present the state of the art of the place and role of translation in educational contexts worldwide. It lays a sound foundation for the future interdisciplinary cooperation between Translation Studies and Educational Linguistics. By adopting...
Verbum vitae : studies on the relation of christian faith and life
For Christians, the "Word of Life " is both human and divine : Christ is true God and true man. Theology experiences a constant tension as it mustn't sacrifice either one of the two aspects : in fact, it has to take into account the contribution of the human and natural sciences without losing its o...
The Internet in Crimea: a Case Study on Routing Interregnum
International audience In 2014 the Russian Federation laid claim on Crimea, causing a change of regime and reportedly profound changes in Internet regulation and connectivity in the peninsula. The goal of this study is to introduce tools to monitor this, and similar situations, and to document chang...
Vers un nouvel empirisme juridique : les Études Juridiques Empiriques et le Nouveau Réalisme Juridique
The past decade has seen a return of interest in empirical research within the U.S. legal academy, hearkening back to a similar empirical turn during the ascendancy of Legal Realism in the New Deal era. However, the current revival of legal empiricism has emerged against the backdrop of several well...
English and Translation in the European Union
This book explores the growing tension between multilingualism and monolingualism in the European Union in the wake of Brexit, underpinned by the interplay between the rise of English as a lingua franca and the effacement of translations in EU institutions, bodies and agencies. English and Translati...
Transnationalism in Diasporic Context: African Woman in Gwendolen by Buchi Emecheta
The change in identity of a diasporic African girl due to sexual trauma that she undergoes in her ‘ModerKontry’ from paternal figures and later due to racial discrimination in the adopted nation is detailed in the fiction under study. The plot of the work conceptualizes a number of multiple identiti...
Unveiling time. Martin Vitaliti and the sequential solitude
Since its beginning, mass culture had a huge acceptance by the public, but it was ignored by the academic studies. Seen as something superficial and alienating for the individual, artistic movements like pop or cultural facts like comic or TV shows havenâ€™t been analyzed as formal elements until th...
Ibsen in Iranian Cinema: A Comparative Analysis of A Doll’s House and Mehrjuei’s Sara
One of the research topics in the field of comparative literature is the study of l cinematic adaptation. The scope of this article is to examine Mehrjui’s special interpretation of A Doll’s House in the form of its re-creation in his film Sara. Adaptation is derivation, but it is not derivative; it...
In Tracing the Order of Things: An Interview with Visual Artist Vanessa Donoso López
Catalonian artist Vanessa Donoso López has been living and working in Dublin for much of her professional career. She exhibits widely, with successful solo shows this year in Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, and Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast. Her practice is interdisciplinary and developed within a...
The Role of Supper-mind in Decoding the Mysteries of Some Theological Theories
Mankind, in terms of biological, psychological and mental structures, is a very complex and enigmatic being, so that a variety of both natural and human sciences have been devoted to studying this complex reality. The human mind is one of the complex machineries at which philosophers, psychologists...
Review of Creative Nature (part 2)
The short monograph Creative Nature (Francisco Javier Novo, Rubén Pereda, and Javier Sánchez-Cañizares. 2018. Naturaleza Creativa. Madrid: Rialp. ISBN: 978-84-321-4916-0. 196 pp. Paperback, €14.25) is a welcome contribution to the philosophy of nature that arose from interdisciplinary conversations...
The Position of Kufa in the Milestones of History
It is reputed that kufa, whose history will be dealt with briefly, was established in the second decade AH. However, there arc substantial narratives that reveal that Kufa and some special parts of it which are against our eyes today like Kufa and Sahle mosque have a history as old as the human hist...