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‘The Pyrenees: Olympic Laboratory’. Research on an innovative sports and tourism project of the 1990s
National audience This contribution shows the origin, intentions (sporting, cultural, territorial) and principles of this programme, and then briefly summarises the arrangements for organising the Pyrenees adventure Games in 1993. Following various studies in the geography or sociology of sport (BES...
“Lope de Vega vistió la, but many bled it”: The word sold by Enríquez Gómez, a new recasting of a comedy
This article shows that the word sold, a comedy published in 1678 in the name of Fernando de Zárate (pseudonym of Antonio Enríquez Gómez) and unanimously attributed to the criticism of Lope de Vega, is in reality a recasting by Enríquez Gómez of a comedy originally due to Lope. A careful analysis of...
Xth International Colloque “México Francia”: Memories and sensitivities: Perspectives on Franco-Mexican migration (04/2019)
Argument After 20 years of creative activity — colloquia, seminars, study days, conferences, publication of sources and books, training of students, university exchanges, website — the “México Francia” research project aims to launch a critical reflection on the research carried out, identify its th...
Call for communications on booklets
Issue: the Cahiers d’Henri de Régnier Institut de France — Room Hugot — 19-21 November 2020Colloque organised as part of the programme ENCHREEdition Digital des Cahiers d’Henri de Régnierpar de Régnierpar LITT — ARTS (Grenoble Alpes University) in partnership with ITEM (Team Valéry), the Institut de...
The subjectivity of climate change in the island. The case of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Islands are the first to be affected by climate change (CC): their small size, generally low altitudes and external dependence increase their vulnerability to natural, particularly coastal hazards, aggravated by CC (Bertrand and Richard, 2011). Nowadays, the introduction of adaptation to CC is criti...
Women in History: The Politics of Womanhood in Partition Narratives
The Instagram globe-trotters: contemporary representation (s) of the trip
This research work focuses on studying the representations of the journey put into circulation via the Instagram device by a group of users — which we simply define as a globe-trotters whose passion and practice from the other side are laid down as communal denominators. The study of the process of...
History and fiction in the work of Antônio Torres
Online conference and book | COVID-19 in Developing Economies
While the COVID-19 pandemic is mostly under control in many advanced economies, some developing countries in Africa and Latin America are registering an increase in the number of cases and may suffer long-lasting consequences from the pandemic. Although there is rapidly growing literature on the eco...
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...
It’s complicated! It’s complicated!: On Natural Language Processing Tools and Digital Humanities
Financial regulation and international competitiveness: the case of Deutsche Bundesliga
“Financial Regulation and International Competitiveness: The Case of the German Bundesliga“: The paper discusses the intensively discussed problem of financial crisis, overburdening debts and insolvencies in professional European football. The academic literature identifies several special character...
If the afflatus of computers has marked the activities of archivists, as we are reminded in this issue about the founding of the Archives de la critique d’art (ACA) in 1989, the development of computer technology, and data-processing, has also transformed the practice of art criticism and the activi...
Streaming Algorithms for Pattern Discovery over Dynamically Changing Event Sequences
Discovering frequent episodes over event sequences is an important data mining task. In many applications, events constituting the data sequence arrive as a stream, at furious rates, and recent trends (or frequent episodes) can change and drift due to the dynamical nature of the underlying event gen...
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...
University demand and firm innovation : a quantitative and qualitative evidence
This dissertation studies the contribution of universities to industrial innovation by focusing on the impact that university demand has on the innovative performance of firms.In the first chapter, we conduct an in-depth literature review of the main research streams studying universities’ influence...
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...
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...
Converging Lines: Needlework in English Literature and Visual Arts
La rédaction d'une histoire de vie chez les personnes âgées : fondements conceptuels, dimensionnement et proposition d'une échelle de mesure des motivations au récit de vie
International audience This article concerns a relatively unknown phenomenon in marketing that has become, however, extremely popular among older adults: legacy writing. While the writing of "ego-documents" has been the subject of many studies in gerontology, sociology and, above all, literature, re...
On a news from Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) The appeal of the teenbrae
Arthur Schnitzler, writer and doctor, tells us in his photograph that mental illnesses are particularly attractive to her for what they have ‘poetic or at least literary’. Based on a variety of tragic facts (an individual who denies his brother), a genuine case of deadly paranoia, Schnitzler wants t...
The ‘Bazin Transformation’ or For a story of critical criticism
This text is an introduction to a future book, dedicated to a renewed study of the Brazilian discourse. It takes stock of the Bazinian exegesis, identifies its limits and proposes some methodological avenues to answer an unprecedented question: how did Bazin become Bazin? Not: how did the famous Fre...
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...