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Quand le Sud rachète le Nord

15.04.13

Il n’est pas exceptionnel que des entreprises du Sud rachètent des entreprises du Nord. Le groupe Marocain Intelcia dirigé par Karim Bernoussi a récemment racheté les cinq sites du groupe français « Phone Marketing «  et se place désormais dans le top 10 des centres d’appel en France. Ci-dessous une interview de Karim Bernoussi qui replace cette aventure...

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Travail et maternité. La prise en compte de la maternité par les entreprises

Yvonne Knibiehler (historienne), Brigitte Hess (juriste), Monique Ottaviani et Magali Tardieu (syndicalistes) | Résumé de la communication

 Le Code du Travail comporte un nombre élevé de dispositions protégeant les femmes et plus spécialement les mères. Pourtant la loi est souvent contournée, voire transgressée, au préjudice des femmes. Des syndicalistes nous ont fait part de leur expérience sur ces questions. Nous nous sommes également interrogés sur les raisons des freins et...

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L’objectif de ces courts-métrages, de trois minutes, se focalise sur le rôle social des chercheurs en sciences humaines et sociales. La présentation de plusieurs facettes de la recherche, dans un laboratoire SHS, s’effectue à partir de tournages sur les lieux de travail, et d’entretiens avec les acteurs eux-mêmes (doctorants, chercheurs, personnel administratif). Ces courts-métrages mettent en image la diversité des métiers de la recherche. Cliquez-ici pour les découvrir...

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  • Wed 20 Jan 21 | Séminaire
    Anne Carol, Autour de Laurence Talairach, Gothic Remains. Corpses, Terror and Anatomical Culture, 1764–1897,
    Les débats du centre Alexandre Koyré, Centre Alexandre Koyré, Paris

  • Fri 22 Jan 21 | Journée d'étude

    Between the two European revolutionary waves of 1830 and 1848, the spreading of socio-political violence lead to an increase in the celebration of political victimes and in the flows of political exiles. Both of these practises constituted tools of politicization, within liberal movements built around convergent demands and which took advantage of transnational circulations. While political exile has been a particular moment of reconfiguring political mobilizations abroad, it contributed to the circulation and the consolidation of political victims’ memories, increasingly considered as martyrs. By building images of suffering political beings, such a process takes from the religious area a tool recognized as pedagogically efficient, being able to embody abstract political ideas. The analysis will lean on two societies where such a practice knew a specific increase in the first half of the 19th century, linked with the building of liberal and democratical movements. The Italian States, first of all, generated massive flows of exiles which used to give rise for a relevant victimary literature, such as the Neapolitan Antonio Gallotti, established in France in the early 1830s, or Giuseppe Mazzini who played the role of an intermediary by spreading in Great Britain the memory of recent Italian martyrs, for instance the Bandiera brothers, executed in 1844. Spain, then, saw from the 1810s massive political migrations towards France and Great Britain. If such a process knew a massive decrease after the liberal transition of 1833, it contributed to the outreach of local martyre experiences, such as the executed Malagan liberals of 1831 or the victims of the first student riots in March and May 1848 in Madrid. The Italian and Spanish communities in Marseilles will be the main observatory to study such practices, compared with other ones in France and Great Britain. Leaning on some well-informed cases (police and justice documentation, memorial literature), we aim to enlighten the repertory of celebrations in favor of revolutionary martyrs in the lands of exile, between elaboration of a literary pantheon devoted to consolidate fragmented national or ideological comunities, staging of commemorations abroad and expressions of political brotherhood towards foreign martyrs.


    Pierre-Marie Delpu, The Transnational Community of Revolutionary Martyrs (Southern Europe, 1830-1848),
    Revolutionary Cosmopolitanisms 1815-1848, Camille Creyghton, Maurizio Isabella, University of Utrecht, Utrecht

  • Thu 28 Jan 21 | Séminaire
    Pierre-Marie Delpu, Los repertorios de los cultos de mártires políticos en revolución (Estados italianos, España, finales de los años 1840),
    Seminario de historia contemporánea Santos Juliá, José Álvarez Junco, José Luis Ledesma, Javier Moreno Luzón, Miguel Martorell, Maria Pilar Mera Costas, Madrid

  • Wed 10 Mar 21 | Séminaire
    Pierre-Marie Delpu, Héroes, mártires políticos y santos laicos en la Europa meridional romántica (mediados del siglo XIX),
    La cultura en el siglo del liberalismo, Raquel Sánchez García, Universidad Complutense, Madrid

  • Thu 11 Mar 21 | Colloque

    online conference


    Laetitia Levantis, Discovering Venice : Landscape and Architecture in French Travel Accounts (18th-19th century) ,
    Terra Incognita: Travelers, Artists, and Scientists in Medieval and Early Modern Italy, 52nd NeMLA Convention (Northeast Modern Language Association), University of Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphie
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