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La France des marges
Author: Étienne Grésillon, Frédéric Alexandre, Bertrand Sajaloli
Publisher: Armand Colin
ISBN: 2200616694
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-09-07
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Cet ouvrage prépare à la nouvelle question de géographie des territoires du capes/agreg d'histoire-géo. Cette nouvelle question de géographie des territoires s’inscrit à la fois dans la continuité de l’intérêt pour la géographie de la France, mais également d’une certaine manière en rupture par rapport aux deux questions précédentes. Lorsque « la France en villes » ou « la France : mutations des systèmes productifs » invitaient à réfléchir aux coeurs métropolitains et aux centralités économiques, à la France dans ses territoires visibles, organisés et structurants, « la France des marges » se dessine en creux par rapport à ces dernières, conduisant à décentrer le regard et à penser une France des angles morts et des interstices, moins intégrée et moins accessible, moins visible et peu connue. Une réflexion sur la France des marges doit s’appuyer sur l’explicitation de cette notion dont la définition reste d’autant plus floue qu’elle est polysémique, souvent confondue avec les notions proches mais néanmoins sensiblement distinctes que sont les périphéries, les limites ou les confins. Cette question amène ainsi à s’intéresser aux dimensions spatio-temporelles des marges dans toute leur diversité à travers une approche multiscalaire. Il s’agira de réfléchir aux formes que celles-ci peuvent prendre aujourd’hui à l’échelle du territoire français, en interrogeant notamment la marginalité des territoires ruraux, urbains ou péri-urbains. Il conviendra également de s’intéresser à la trajectoire des marges, voire à leur réversibilité, qui s’incarne dans des cycles de vie de durées variables. De manière tout aussi incontournable, cette question appelle à interroger les politiques publiques. La question de la France des marges est large et complexe, et appelle à mobiliser plusieurs champs et approches de la connaissance géographique : politique, sociale, économique, culturelle, rurale et urbaine ou encore des représentations.
Neighboring Faiths
Author: David Nirenberg
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022616909X
Pages: 352
Year: 2014-10-20
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Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are usually treated as autonomous religions, but in fact across the long course of their histories the three religions have developed in interaction with one another. In Neighboring Faiths, David Nirenberg examines how Muslims, Christians, and Jews lived with and thought about each other during the Middle Ages and what the medieval past can tell us about how they do so today. There have been countless scripture-based studies of the three “religions of the book,” but Nirenberg goes beyond those to pay close attention to how the three religious neighbors loved, tolerated, massacred, and expelled each other—all in the name of God—in periods and places both long ago and far away. Nirenberg argues that the three religions need to be studied in terms of how each affected the development of the others over time, their proximity of religious and philosophical thought as well as their overlapping geographies, and how the three “neighbors” define—and continue to define—themselves and their place in terms of one another. From dangerous attractions leading to interfaith marriage; to interreligious conflicts leading to segregation, violence, and sometimes extermination; to strategies for bridging the interfaith gap through language, vocabulary, and poetry, Nirenberg aims to understand the intertwined past of the three faiths as a way for their heirs to produce the future—together.
Borderities and the Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders
Author: A. Amilhat-Szary, F. Giraut
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137468858
Pages: 308
Year: 2015-06-08
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This book explores the emerging forms and functions of contemporary mobile borders. It deals with issues of security, technology, migration and cooperation while addressing the epistemological and political questions that they raise. The 'borderities' approach illuminates the question of how borders can be the site of both power and counter-power.
The Rise of the American Conservation Movement
Author: Dorceta E. Taylor
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822373971
Pages: 496
Year: 2016-08-05
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In this sweeping social history Dorceta E. Taylor examines the emergence and rise of the multifaceted U.S. conservation movement from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth century. She shows how race, class, and gender influenced every aspect of the movement, including the establishment of parks; campaigns to protect wild game, birds, and fish; forest conservation; outdoor recreation; and the movement's links to nineteenth-century ideologies. Initially led by white urban elites—whose early efforts discriminated against the lower class and were often tied up with slavery and the appropriation of Native lands—the movement benefited from contributions to policy making, knowledge about the environment, and activism by the poor and working class, people of color, women, and Native Americans. Far-ranging and nuanced, The Rise of the American Conservation Movement comprehensively documents the movement's competing motivations, conflicts, problematic practices, and achievements in new ways.
Jerusalem 1900
Author: Vincent Lemire
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022618837X
Pages: 224
Year: 2017-04-21
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Perhaps the most contested patch of earth in the world, Jerusalem’s Old City experiences consistent violent unrest between Israeli and Palestinian residents, with seemingly no end in sight. Today, Jerusalem’s endless cycle of riots and arrests appears intractable—even unavoidable—and it looks unlikely that harmony will ever be achieved in the city. But with Jerusalem 1900, historian Vincent Lemire shows us that it wasn’t always that way, undoing the familiar notion of Jerusalem as a lost cause and revealing a unique moment in history when a more peaceful future seemed possible. In this masterly history, Lemire uses newly opened archives to explore how Jerusalem’s elite residents of differing faiths cooperated through an intercommunity municipal council they created in the mid-1860s to administer the affairs of all inhabitants and improve their shared city. These residents embraced a spirit of modern urbanism and cultivated a civic identity that transcended religion and reflected the relatively secular and cosmopolitan way of life of Jerusalem at the time. These few years would turn out to be a tipping point in the city’s history—a pivotal moment when the horizon of possibility was still open, before the council broke up in 1934, under British rule, into separate Jewish and Arab factions. Uncovering this often overlooked diplomatic period, Lemire reveals that the struggle over Jerusalem was not historically inevitable—and therefore is not necessarily intractable. Jerusalem 1900 sheds light on how the Holy City once functioned peacefully and illustrates how it might one day do so again.
The Lais of Marie de France
Author: Marie
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0140447598
Pages: 164
Year: 1999
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Marie de France (fl. late twelfth century) is the earliest known French woman poet and her lais - stories in verse based on Breton tales of chivalry and romance - are among the finest of the genre. Recounting the trials and tribulations of lovers, the lais inhabit a powerfully realized world where very real human protagonists act out their lives against fairy-tale elements of magical beings, potions and beasts. De France takes a subtle and complex view of courtly love, whether telling the story of the knight who betrays his fairy mistress or describing the noblewoman who embroiders her sad tale on the shroud for a nightingale killed by a jealous and suspicious husband.
Carceral Spaces
Author: Nick Gill
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317169751
Pages: 262
Year: 2016-04-15
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This book draws together the work of a new community of scholars with a growing interest in carceral geography: the geographical study of practices of imprisonment and detention. It combines work by geographers on 'mainstream' penal establishments where people are incarcerated by the prevailing legal system, with geographers' recent work on migrant detention centres, where irregular migrants and 'refused' asylum seekers are detained, ostensibly pending decisions on admittance or repatriation. Working in these contexts, the book's contributors investigate the geographical location and spatialities of institutions, the nature of spaces of incarceration and detention and experiences inside them, governmentality and prisoner agency, cultural geographies of penal spaces, and mobility in the carceral context. In dialogue with emergent and topical agendas in geography around mobility, space and agency, and in relation to international policy challenges such as the (dis)functionality of imprisonment and the search for alternatives to detention, this book presents a timely addition to emergent interdisciplinary scholarship that will prompt dialogue among those working in geography, criminology and prison sociology.
Les espaces du tourisme et des loisirs
Author: Anthony Simon
Publisher: Dunod
ISBN: 2100772465
Pages: 384
Year: 2017-09-06
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Cet ouvrage concerne la nouvelle question présente au capes d'hist-géo, à l'agrégation d'histoire et à l'agrégation de géographie. Le tourisme est aujourd'hui la première activité économique du monde, générant nombre de visiteurs entre continents ainsi que des richesses fondamentales pour le développement des pays récepteurs. Pourtant, le tourisme est un fait relativement récent, avec une histoire courte mais riche en évènements. Le tourisme contemporain est largement lié à la pratique des vacances, mais on ne saurait le réduire à celles-ci. Il est lié à l’utilisation du temps libre en général. Elitiste à ses origines, il s’affirme comme un phénomène de masse et ses formes tendent à se diversifier. Il présente alors plusieurs enjeux qui se combinent et apparaissent souvent contradictoires : - des enjeux sociaux à travers la progression du temps libre et du taux de départ en vacances ; - des enjeux économiques à travers la croissance des flux de touristes, les recettes et les investissements qu’ils supposent ; - des enjeux spatiaux liés à la localisation des hébergements et des équipements touristiques ; - des enjeux environnementaux avec la perspective des préceptes du développement durable appliqués à l’activité récréative. L’ouvrage enrichi d’illustrations portera sur la découverte du monde des loisirs et des vacances, l’histoire, les grands pays touristiques, les principaux acteurs dont les touristes eux-mêmes, les tour-opérateurs, l’hôtellerie, ainsi que les grands espaces touristiques contemporains : littoraux, montagnes, campagnes et villes. Il sera structuré en trois parties, répondant aux exigences des concours : - cours et études de cas - méthodologie et sujets corrigés - outils de travail
Religion Grecque
Author: Louise Bruit Zaidman, Pauline Schmitt Pantel
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521423570
Pages: 278
Year: 1992-12-17
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This book is an English translation of the French work La Religion Grecque. Its purpose is to consider how religious beliefs and cultic rituals were given expression in ancient Greece. The chapters cover first ritual and then myth, rooting the account in the practices of the classical city while also taking seriously the world of the imagination. For this edition the bibliography has been substantially revised to meet the needs of a mainly student, English-speaking readership. The book is enriched throughout by illustrations, and by quotations from original sources.
The Culture Of Western Europe
Author: George Mosse
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429972520
Pages: 444
Year: 2018-02-19
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A revised and updated edition of this established cultural history examines the interplay between eighteenth-century rationalism and nineteenth-century romanticism as they meshed and modified one another to shape the prominent trends of the twentieth century.A new chapter, The Changing Pace of Life," skillfully bridges an analysis of romanticism and its link with nationalism by outlining the effects of the Industrial Revolution on all elements of society with particular attention to politics, economics, class identity and conflict, transportation, communication, religion and morality, family structure, medicine, and art.A new conclusion interweaves analysis of the postwar effects of social psychology, the return to liberalism, the emergence of civil rights movements, and the persistence of nationalism beyond the bounds of World War II.
Viking Age Iceland
Author: Jesse L Byock
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141937653
Pages: 480
Year: 2001-02-22
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Medieval Iceland was unique amongst Western Europe, with no foreign policy, no defence forces, no king, no lords, no peasants and few battles. It should have been a utopia yet its literature is dominated by brutality and killing. The reasons for this, argues Jesse Byock, lie in the underlying structures and cultural codes of the islands' social order. 'Viking Age Iceland' is an engaging, multi-disciplinary work bringing together findings in anthropology and ethnography interwoven with historical fact and masterful insights into the popular Icelandic sagas, this is a brilliant reconstruction of the inner workings of a unique and intriguing society.
Using Social Theory
Author: Michael Pryke, Gillian Rose, Sarah Whatmore
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 0761943773
Pages: 196
Year: 2003-09-03
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The chapters in this innovative guide share a common belief that thinking alongside ideas is an integral part of the research process. This book encourages the researcher to think through three key moments of the research process: the production of a research question; fieldwork; and analysis and writing.
Sciences, techniques, pouvoirs et sociétés du XVe siècle au XVIIIe siècle
Author: Laurent-Henri Vignaud
Publisher: Armand Colin
ISBN: 2100756281
Pages: 336
Year: 2016-09-21
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Cet ouvrage prépare à la nouvelle question d'histoire moderne du capes et de l'agrégation d'histoire-géographie. Cet ouvrage vous propose : Des chapitres de cours qui abordent toutes les thématiques relatives à la question. Chaque chapitre est structuré comme un cours universitaire, mettant en avant les connaissances fondamentales, les problématiques et les exemples. Les méthodes des épreuves spécifiques au Capes et à l’Agrégation, avec des conseils très concrets et de nombreux sujets corrigés pour s’entraîner selon les exigences des jurys des concours. Un ensemble d’outils de travail : chronologie, lexique, index, notices biographiques, bibliographie commentée, etc.
Greeks and Barbarians
Author: Thomas Harrison
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351565028
Pages: 288
Year: 2018-01-15
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Greeks and Barbarians examines ancient Greek conceptions of the "other." The attitudes of Greeks to foreigners and there religions, and cultures, and politics reveals as much about the Greeks as it does the world they inhabited. Despite occasional interest in particular aspects of foreign customs, the Greeks were largely hostile and dismissive viewing foreigners as at best inferior, but more often as candidates for conquest and enslavement.
Teacher Education Models in Geography
Author: William Edward Marsden
Publisher: Western Michigan Univ Department of
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Pages: 155
Year: 1984
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Thirteen essays discussing how teachers are trained to teach geography in various countries are presented. The papers are: "Teacher Education in Geography: The Comparative View" (W. E. Marsden); "The Training of Geography Teachers in the People's Republic of Bulgaria" (Paulina Vekilska and Dimitar Kantchev); "Note Sur la Formation des Maitres Enseignant la Geographie en France" (Jacques Bethemont; in French); "Geography and Teacher Training in Canada" (Dennis Milburn); "Educating Geography Teachers: The Experience of England and Wales" (Norman Graves); "Teacher Education in Geography: The New Zealand Model in the Eighties" (John MaCauley); "Teacher Education in Geography in the Republic of Ireland" (P. McGloin and J. Heywood); "Teacher Education for Australian Geography Teachers" (Rod Gerber); "Geography Teacher Education Programme in Nigerian Universities and Implications for Secondary School Geography" (Julie Okpala); "Geographical Teacher Education Models in West Berlin" (Joachim Barth); "Geography Teacher Education in West Germany with Special Reference to Rheinland-Pfalz" (Hans-Martin Closs); "Teacher Education in Geography in the United States" (Barbara Winston); and "The System of Preparing Students at the Pedagogical Institutes for Geography Teaching, USSR" (Lydia Pancheshnikova). (RM)