Query : modern history
- Veteranen Instituut433
- KNMI (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut; Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute)204
- Koek, F.B.204
- Sin autor98
- Nikolsky Evgeny Vladimirovich31
- Jager, E. J. de28
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion27
- Stichting Vrijwilligersnetwerk Nederlandse Taal (©), SVNT24
- Vrije Universiteit24
- Museum Maluku (MuMa) ©22
- Jager, E. J. De17
- Markus, E.16
- Ruim Kader Films16
- Regionaal Historisch Centrum Limburg ©15
- Christensen Carsten Sander14
- Gerashchenko Igor Germanovich14
- Melkov Andrey Sergeevich14
- Sijs, N van der14
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences3960
- Art and Art History2111
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1840
- Political Science1512
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1466
- Gender Studies1344
- Musicology and Performing Arts967
- Archaeology and Prehistory958
- Architecture and Space Management906
- Classical Studies816
- Biological Anthropology658
- Methods and Statistics652
- Communication Sciences399
- Economies and Finances353
- Environmental studies210
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...
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...
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...
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...
"Préventive war" and the evolution of public international law
Under the reign of classical international law, preventive war was, in international relations, a natural phenomenon. States used to declare war freely to protect themselves against threats of attack that were either imminent or remote. Preventive war was waged in an offensive or defensive way. The...
The grafism of the structure in the Wasmuth Portfolio
To focus on the graphics of the structure in the Wasmuth Porfolio, we must first know the figure of Frank LLoyd Wright and thus better understand his work as a reflection of his architectural trajectory. Frank LLoyd Wright, a figure relevant when we talk about the history of architecture. Its implem...
8. On physics and physiology
In Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy, written in the 1940s but about the distant future, he describes a device that plays a recording of a 3D moving image with sound. The display device is a glass cube, in which the viewer sees a human figure talking—something like a talking head on television, but...
Political violence and democratic transition: political attacks during the French Revolution
International audience The end of the 18th century gives birth to new forms of political action: political attempts or attacks. More and more often committed with weapons of massive destruction, as bombs or explosive machines, these attacks not only try to injure or kill human targets, but also to s...
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The Abbaye Saint-Orens de Larreule in 1680
National audience A ‘visit’ of the abbaye Saint-Orens de Larreule (Hautes-Pyrénées) in 1680 makes it possible to study in detail the architecture and temporal heritage of this Benedent Abbey in modern times.
What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant
How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation? Starting from thisquestioning, this thesis invests the environment of those who have carried facial transplantprojects, and those who have debated about them, during the years 2000 and 2010 in Franceand the United Kingdom. It...
Valencing of the lake in the pre-modern (1250-1750) (volume 8)
Laughter was often the subject of theoretical reflection. In contrast, studies on the specific historical constellations of laughter in pre-modern times are almost completely absent. This volume is dedicated to this deficit. Historical laughter can be inferred from laughter. Values and taboos emerge...
“A black butter ray” or on the day when everything stopped at all
There are times when you do not feel at all up to the task to be done. Today was one day of this kind. It happened by reading the recent book by Nicolas Mariot, all united in the truncture? whose aim was to report on a social story of combatants during the Great War, looking in particular at intelle...
An Overview of Japan Modern History from the NHK Archives
© NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) The NHK started its first radio broadcasts in 1925. To commemorate the 90th anniversary, a website in Japanese language has been created giving access to around 2 000 video extracts: 100 radio sound tapes with related still images, 400 for important events, and...
A Contemporary Study of Musical Arts: Volume 5, Book 2 : Informed by African Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Book 2: Concert duos (Drum and voice/Woodwind/Horns) Volume 5 is on modern African classical drumming as an instrument of specialization for contemporary concert performances. It contains repertory for solo drumming, drum and voice/saxophone/trumpet duos, and intercultural drum ensemble works. The i...
A Contemporary Study of Musical Arts: Volume 5, Book 1 : Informed by African Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Book 1: Concert drum solos and Drummistic piano solos Volume 5 is on modern African classical drumming as an instrument of specialization for contemporary concert performances. It contains repertory for solo drumming, drum and voice/saxophone/trumpet duos, and intercultural drum ensemble works. The...
About the reception of a New town : Sabaudia from his fondation (1934) to his 80 years (2014)
The town of Sabaudia was built between 1933 and 1934 in the Pontine Marshes, Italy. It forms part of a sanitization and country-planning project led by the fascist regime. Its architecture is classified as «rationalist», «modern» by the quality of its plan, open towards the landscape and its archite...
Martin Hipsky (éd.), Modernism and the Women’s Popular Romance in Britain, 1885-1925
Martin Hipsky addresses the popular romances of the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century, that is, the best-selling novels of the time which, however, have not yet found their (rightful) place in literary history. Redressing the “romance gap”—mostly the work of women romance writers—aims at a...
Sarah Kay, Terence Cave & Malcolm Bowie, eds. A Short History of French Literature
At once kaleidoscopic and telescopic, the book presents three periods of French literature, the Middle Ages, the Early Modern and the Modern, in both overview and close-up. A triptych by three authors, each an eminent academic, and indeed emblematic specialist in their field, it condenses a remarkab...
Library, the Drama Within
Some pictures from Diane Asse’s book ©o Griliches: Library, the Drama Within can be seen here. Beautiful! [via bibliolatry] The book is available on Amazon as a double-pack with A Brief Illustrated History of the Bookshelf of Marshall Brooks at the cost of saving.
Sessions at RSA (New Orleans, 22-24 Mar 18)
Façade de de l'église Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais de Paris Type : Appel à communication Date limite de l'appel : 1er juin 2017 Date de l'événement : 22-24 Mars 2018 Lieu : Nouvelle Orléans  The Glory of Inscriptions: epigraphic writing, classical architecture and monumental art in the Renaissance...
The construction of a situated curriculum for teacher training in the province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina
In this work we made a systematization of the approach experience, during 2016, between groups of two institutions: a university and a teacher training institution. The purpose was to contribute to the construction of a pedagogical proposal for teacher training that incorporates knowledge built from...
Call to ï. ‘The multilingual city, around 1250-around 1800. Historical approaches ", online, 5/11/2021 (deadline: 20 July 2021)
international workshop, "The multilingual city, around 1250 — around 1800. Historian approaches "(online), 5 November 2021 The historians and historians of the medieval and modern city rarely looked at the use of languages in old urban societies. Conversely, the social history of languages, as devel...
Voltaire and the brochure: The stakes of the ephemeral
International audience While the brochure is an ephemeral product, it plays a leading role in the literary quarrels of the eighteenth century. Voltaire's predilection for this widely devalued medium allows us to discover a little-known aspect of his literary strategies, and testifies to his great ma...
Isabelle Durand, Benoît Jeanjean (ed.), Is it good? Is it disingenuous? Variations on the biblical theme of fratries
This book consists of several studies on the re-use, during the literary history, of the fratry figures from the Bible. For which message, what interpretation? One chapter focuses on embracing a historical fresh of the depiction of a siblings on stage, while another considers it in the work of a pat...