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Florence Bernault, "Colonial Transactions", Cogito, Research Magazine, 13 Feb. 2020 In her most recent work, “Colonial...
Qu'en fut-il de l'architecture et de l'urbanisme sous l'Occupation ? Si les travaux sur la France de Vichy foisonnent, le champ...
"Il n'y a pas en art d'économie heureuse. Charles Péguy résume la situation en 1913 dans son Dialogue de l'...
Pascal Cauchy, Emmanuel Dreyfus, “Jean-René Huguenin. La Côte sauvage”, Émile Boutmy magazine, hiver 2019-2020, p...
Le dernier ouvrage de M'hamed Oualdi arrive en librairie : M'hamed OUALDI, A Slave Between Empires. A Transimperial History of North...

Histoire@Politique n°39, septembre-décembre 2019

Le temps, histoire contemporaine d'un enjeu politique et scientifique

Coordination : Sibylle Duhautois et Charles-Antoine Wanecq

 

 

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Holder of the teaching agrégation in History, a...
The dragster is a machine-thing whose principal asset resides in its extreme speed: it brutally accelerates over a very short route, attaining the...
Le fonds Daniel Mayer au CHSP Thomas Maineult Le fonds Daniel Mayer aux Archives d’histoire contemporaine du Centre d’histoire de...
Anaïs Linares has been a doctoral student in Art...
Anaïs Linares Anaïs Linares is studying digital practices influenced by the methods of operation that are foreseen by the suppliers of...
Chang Ming Peng is Professor of Contemporary Art History...
Chang Ming Peng  undertakes a comparative approach between Western Art and Far Eastern Art. In this way, she proposes that we reflect on the...
Richard Stamelman, a former professor of French and...
A question is being raised more and more often these days: How far must one go to know a thing? Is one to open it up to the point of imagining that...
Isabelle Bellin is an independent journalist who covers...
Waste products, a part of our everyday lives, have become an object of study for scientists who examine here their physical and technological but...
Annette BECKER, professor emeritus at the University of...
Annette Becker is known for her fine knowledge of wars and genocides. She is now studying the conditions under which they are being exhibited in...
Marielle Macé teaches literature at the É...
At a time when people are asking themselves about the status of living and nonliving beings, of the human and the nonhuman, things are of concern...