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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...
The challenges and opportunities of the Great Ferroviaire Vitesse in terms of local development and sustainable development: analysis based on production and ownership of service innovations
There are many high-speed train projects in Europe and elsewhere in the world. These projects are now part of a context of sustainable development, and their ambition is primarily to limit, or even counter, the continuous growth of road transport for people. However, this primary ambition is accompa...
Intangible cultural heritage, between sensory and sensitivities.
Rosa Ms Isaac Pereire The Department of Research and Science Policy (Ministry of Culture) has been strengthening training in intangible cultural heritage in the regions since 2017, using the network of Ethnopoles and their associated universities. The Salagon Museum (Ethnopole) and IDEMEC (UMR 7307...
History and fiction in the work of Antônio Torres
Family territories in the City. Upper-class, kinship and urban space in Naples
Through the example of Naples, this thesis analyses the importance of kinship in the upper class residential location and mobility in a Mediterranean city. Though many studies have stressed the importance of a family residential proximity cultural model in Southern European countries, the forms of t...
Women’s place in new-yorkan galleries of contemporary art
Sub-national governments in Canada: some financial and fiscal aspects
This text, which presents some financial and fiscal aspects of the three main types of sub-national governments in Canada (provinces/territories, regional/urban/municipal and school), concludes that there is no significant tax competition but that there is fiscal diversity. There is a trend towards...
Circulation in the Massif Central in the roman time : networks, infrastructures and road equipments. The case of arverne and vellave cities
Establishing a documentary synthesis missing until now for Auvergne, this study focus in themateriality of the antique roads and in their level of equipment within two territories ofcentral Gaul, arverne and vellave cities, situated in the mountainous part of Massif Central.By taking into account th...
Technology, economics and politics between France and England (17-19th centuries)
Inter-institutional cooperation: challenges, difficulties, economic impacts, possible actions
Our research focuses on cooperation between institutions in the implementation of their policies in the regions. This issue is of particular importance in a particular economic context of financial crises and excessive state indebtedness, where efforts are made to control the allocation of public fu...
From visualisation to understanding of territories and societies: some examples of SGI applications in social sciences
The ceramics of South Aquitaine: historigraphy, issues, methodology
Feeding a city: from supply circuits to the spatial social network
Membrane dynamics and cytoskeleton regulation in megakaryocyte differentiation
Megakaryocytes (MK) are giant cells located in the bone marrow that produce blood platelets. Their differentiation is characterized by an increase in proteins and membranes that leads to the elongation of cytoplasmic protrusions called proplatelets (PPTs). PPTs will cross the medullar endothelium to...
Basic skiing practices and landscape perception by smelters
Early last glacial intra-interstadial climate variability recorded in a Sardinian speleothem
International audience Chemical and physical proxy data from a precisely dated early last glacial (similar to 113-110 ka, MIS5d) Sardinian stalagmite reveal a sub-millennial-scale, cool-dry climate event centered at 112.0 (+0.52)/(-0.59) ka, followed by a rapid return to warm-wet conditions at 111.7...
Territories with knowledge sharing, Briançon 14-16 May 2021
LIMINAL joins forces with actors of solidarity and research for Les Days du Briançonnais: Shared knowledge Facilities Reflective workshops between solidarity and research actors 14-16 May 2021, Briançon Workshop Days co-built by actors of the hospitality of Briançonnais (All Migrants, MJC du Brianço...
Is Turkey split in two?
International audience Turkey has a larger population than France, the United Kingdom or Italy. Germany is still more heavily populated, but the projections for 2025 place Turkey at 85 million inhabitants against less than 80 million in Germany. However Turkish indicators show a distinct deceleratio...
A sustainable period-urbanisation: from pitfalls to opportunities
Libertin — Freedom, a form of active development in territorial innovation processes?
Small-scale fishing activity in the south of the Mediterranean: governance, socio-economic dynamics and environmental issues in the Algerian port of Jijel (Boudis)
Fishing is one of the most important socio-economic activities in the Mediterranean and particularly in the Maghreb. In Algeria, in recent decades it has become a leading employment sector for a large part of the coastal population. Exploitation of the sea is also one of the main animal protein reso...
Translation, pastiche, and the thinking of resemblance in France and Italy in the 19th and 20th centuries
A study of the discourses on translation and pastiche in the 19th and 20th centuries serves as a basis to examine the archeology of translation thought in France and Italy, highlighting the radical difference between these neighbor territories. Articulating the political and linguistic histories of...
Is there women’s Oenotourism?
when speaking of Oenotourism, we speak of a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which involves the movement of people from men such as females to wine-growing regions or regions with a heritage or cultural appeal in connection with vines and wine. The aim is to develop direct sales in areas to...
The work of the experts: analysis of a food risk assessment system
Following various crises, the French Food Safety Agency was set up in 1999 to incorporate scientific advice into the assessment of health risks. The principle of expert opinion implies that professional and economic interests must be disregarded in the evaluation work. Observing the specific activit...
The All Saints Abbey of Angers of Origin at 1330. Historical and Cartular Study