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L'importance du changement de pouvoir de septembre 2009 dans l'histoire moderne du Japon / Arthur Stockwin

L'importance du changement de pouvoir de septembre 2009 dans l'histoire moderne du Japon / Arthur Stockwin. In colloque "Histoire du Japon et histoire au Japon (1853-2012). La force continue des choses changeantes", organisé par le laboratoire France Méridionale et Espagne : histoire des sociétés du Moyen-Âge à l'époque contemporaine (FRAMESPA) et le Centre d'études japonaises antenne de Toulouse (CEJ-Toulouse / Inalco). Toulouse, 10-11 mai 2012. Thématique 4 : Puissance et doutes (1970-2012), 11 mai 2012.Le changement de pouvoir au Japon en septembre 2009 a mis fin à plus de 55 ans de domination politique du Parti lébéral démocrate (PLD). Le gouvernement ...
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The Pompeii Forum Project

John DOBBINS is a Professor at the McIntire Department of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. He has been the Director of the "Pompeii Forum Project since 1994. The project is a collaborative research venture conceived to address broad issues in urban history and urban design. Its main goal is to gather evidence about the evolution of the Forum, and to interpret this information as it pertains to Pompeii's urban history in order to contribute to both history of urbanism and contemporary problems of urban design.Professor Dobbins' main areas of reserach are Roman Architecture, Pompeii, ancient urbanism, Roman mosaics and ...
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The Anglo-American Project in Pompeii

Rick JONES is a Reader in Roman Archeology at the Department of Archaeological Sciences of the University of Bradford, UK. Dr. Jones has 30 years' experience leading excavations in Britain, Spain, France, the Netherlands, mostly on sites of the Roman period. Since 1994 his field research has focused on Pompeii, where he has been directing the "Anglo-American Project".Dr. Jones' research has concentrated on the social dynamics of the western Roman Empire: first through burial practice, and more recently through urbanization and the interactions in the Roman frontier zone. He has directed long-term research excavations at, and in the ...
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