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Quebec tourists in Florida: a sociocultural phenomenon
Quebec tourism on Hollywood beach in Florida, December 2013. R. Tremblay. In Quebec, the South does not exist! In the 80s, the geograph Christian Morissonneau noted that the Quebec people’s consensus on the south was around a region outside the state borders, but in the same time zone: Miami and Flo...
"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 material universe and the construction of the bourgeoise identity: the case of Le Couteulx
The historical challenge of this article is to measure the non-verbal dimension of the construction of bourgeoise identity through the example of the Le Couteulx family over a period from the 19th century to the beginning of the 19th century. The conversion of the material universe into identifiable...
Antiparliamentarism between continuity and change (18th century)
This volume of centuries deals with the evolution of anti-parliamentarism between the French Revolution and the 20th century in French and German spaces. By studying periods of virulent anti-parliamentarism, he highlighted the content of anti-parliamentary rhetoric, the existence of actors from a wi...
Maria Antonia: The representation of black, black, his world and religion
There are no truths, only interpretations. Nietzsche From the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, a dialectically articulated national identity between hegemonic discourse and the cultural discourse of the Revolution began to be built. The new revolutionary national identity was shaped while addressing...
The Toulousaines BUs (1/3): the time of faculty libraries
The history of toulousan university libraries helps to shed light on the history of their heritage collections. These few milestones, which have no other claim, will be presented in three tickets, corresponding to the administrative history of these libraries, which is not an exact gap in that of un...
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...
The liberal Economists and the 1848 crisis
Group of ideologists, with no direct influence on a national economic policy which seems to be more inspired by colbertism than by Adam Smith, the French economists seem to have no control over a Revolution in 1848, the originality of which is manifested by the resonance of socialist doctrines who s...
‘Time of silence: Once the literary revolution. Around an exemplary example of counter-exemplarity "
This article explores how “Time of silence” breaks with the licence fee of its time in order to open up a new narrative paradigm in the Spanish literary field. In a way, their counter-exemplary attitude will open up and establish a new literary exemplary.
ETHIOPIA: debate on the release of a book
Thursday 17 March, 17: 30-19: 30 The CéSor invites you to a debate organised in collaboration with ARESI on the collective work Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia Monarchy, Revolution and the Legacy of Meles Zenawi, London: Hurst, 2015 led by Eloi Ficquet and Gérard Prunier. The debate will be held...
Pacifying Urban Insurrections: A Review of Out of the Mountains: The Coming Age of the Urban Guerrilla by David Kilcullen
David Kilcullen, an Australian soldier-scholar who acted as counterinsurgency advisor to both the Pentagon and the State Department in the us War on Terror, is refashioning himself as an expert on geospatial security and urban crises. His Out of the Mountains is a Malthusian account of urban disorde...
Feed and care for patients at the Hôtel-Dieu de Paris in modern times
How were the sick of the Hôtel-Dieu de Paris fed in modern times? What role did food play in their care? Where and how did the Hôtel-Dieu get supplies? What were its means? These are the principal questions that this thesis attempts to answer, using the deliberations of the Bureau and, when they sti...
Decryption 4: the first storytelling of the August Revolution
to follow on from our (corrected) ticket yesterday, here are some ideas on the August Revolution. Which could be regarded as a real storytelling * of the Vietnamese Autonomous Revolution, a tract edited by Vietnam/PCI (IndoChinese Communist Party) was issued after the historical events of 1945. He d...
Sophie Lesiewicz and Hélène Védrine (dir.), Eloge du parergon. The decorative art of the book Fin-de-Siècle
Sophie Lesiewicz and Hélène Védrine (dir.), Eloge du parergon. The decorative art of the book Fin-de-Siècle, La Fresnaie-Fayel, Otrante, 2021, 272 p., iconogrpahic chaier, 38 pages and 96 figures. Between 1890 and the 1925 exhibition of decorative arts, the book depicted Fin-de-Siècle prepares the a...
From the liberal revolution to the republic: Riego Hymne in Spain (1820-1931)
Call for Abstracts : Transnational Feminisms and the New Middle East Insurrections
Call for Abstracts: JMEWS 10th Anniversary Celebration and 2014 Distinguished Lecture and Research Workshop in Honor of Sondra Hale Transnational Feminisms and the New Middle East Insurrections We are pleased to announce that our upcoming 10th Anniversary Celebration and Distinguished Lecture and Re...
Olivier-Martin (François) History of French law, from origins to Revolution
Poulat Emile. Olivier-Martin (François) History of French law, from the origins to the Revolution. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No 59/2, 1985, p. 290.
Peasant life and protestantism in the sixteenth century of the sixteenth century at the Revolution
There are here some conclusions of a thesis based largely on the study of the tax and judicial archives of the election of Saint-Maixent between 1640 and 1789. The Niort Plaine and the mellois bocage were the protesting ‘Poitou’, together with the original agrarian and sociological group, especially...
File: The material sources of the law under the Revolution (1789-1795)
The Epistemic Revolution Induced by Microbiome Studies: An Interdisciplinary View
International audience Many separate fields and practices nowadays consider microbes as part of their legitimate focus. Therefore, microbiome studies may act as unexpected unifying forces across very different disciplines. Here, we summarize how microbiomes appear as novel major biological players,...
Home of America — What was the sandinism?
conversation ‘What was of sandinism?’. On 19 July 1979, the Sandinista Revolution triumph overthrow Somoza. It was the latest armed revolution in Latin America’s most recent history and received with great enthusiasm inside and outside Nicaragua’s borders. In this digital debate, we looked at how it...
Understanding the Role of Weibo in Health-‐seeking Process of Chinese International Students in Canada
In recent years, the growth effect of technology has reached many heights, such as the more frequent use of new media platforms, like Twitter, Weibo, and Facebook. The technological revolution has enabled people to communicate across thousands of miles at a greater speed. With such advantages, socia...
A crippled revolution : rise and transformation of Maoist revolution in Nepal
This dissertation explores how Maoist revolution evolved in Nepal, and how over the time it detoured from its political and military direction and came to a complete halt. Examining historically important documents, and views, perceptions, and insights of the Maoist actors from Marxist, structural,...
A collection of clothing for a short film
There are six prototypes of three male and three female designs chosen by the company Estudio Fácil from the entire collection designed for the short film La Chiica which lasted during the study of the French Revolution financed by Marín García, A. (2011). Collection of clothing for a short film htt...
The kind of independent gesture
The revolutions and movements of liberation towards colonial and imperial powers raise from the outset the question of the ‘us’ that brings these demands away from regionalisms, nationalisms and panamanism, pan-Africanism or panarabism or even internationalism, fragmented between several religious a...