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Visual Function / Evolution : You are not in control: retinal and subconscious influences on visual processing

Andrew D. Huberman, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at the Departments of Neurosciences and Ophthalmology and the Neurobiology Section in the Division of Biological Sciences, UC San Diego. Adjunct Professor at The Salk Institute of Biological Sciences (start. April 2016, Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Neurobiology) Research topics Dr. Huberman is interested in understanding how visual circuits work, the genes and mechanisms that assemble them, and how to repair visual circuits that are compromised by injury or disease.
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Conférence de Bernard Holtzmann - "L’intérêt des collections de moulages dans l’enseignement de l’archéologie en France"

Bernard Holtzmann, professeur émérite à l’Université Paris X - Nanterre, a animé  une conférence intitulée "L’intérêt des collections de moulages dans l’enseignement de l’archéologie en France", jeudi 25 février 2016, à 18 h, au Palais universitaire. Cette conférence s'inscrit dans le cadre des événements organisés pour la réouverture du musée Adolf-Michaelis, rassemblant les collections de l'Institut d'archéologie classique, et notamment la première collection universitaire de moulages de France.
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2015 - Cerveau, Sexe et Préjugés

Cycle : quand les scientifiques observent le sexe »« Cerveau, Sexe et Préjugés » par Catherine Vidal, Directrice de Recherche Honoraire à l’Institut Pasteur de Paris : Comment se fabriquent les filles et les garçons ? Comment se forgent nos identités de femmes et d’hommes ? La découverte de la « plasticité cérébrale » apporte un éclairage fondamental sur les mécanismes neurobiologiques de construction de nos identités sexuées, en interaction avec l’environnement social et culturel. Rien n’est à jamais figé ni programmé dans le cerveau depuis la naissance. C’est une véritable révolution pour la compréhension de l’humain. ...
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Les abbayes cisterciennes dévoilées en Normandie

Le territoire normand offre un total de 24 abbayes cisterciennes aux vestiges architecturaux contrastés. À l’échelle européenne, l’épopée cistercienne est bien documentée mais la vaste région normande était en reste. C’est pourquoi une investigation de terrain a été menée, à la fois sérielle et globale, en appliquant toutes les démarches de prospection archéologique (topographie, prospection géophysique), les études du bâti et l’analyse des sources archivistiques afin d’envisager des restitutions chronologiques.L’approche interdisciplinaire forme un véritable renouvellement de ce type d’étude, ouvrant de nombreuses perspectives de recherche, comme celles concernant le processus d’édification d’un monastère depuis l’appropriation d’un milieu jusqu’à l’édification des bâtiments conventuels. Ainsi, une ...
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Katia Buffetrille (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes), " The Increasing Visibility of the Borderlands "

For centuries, Central Tibet and its capital Lhasa were regarded as the center—as is obviously expressed in the very name of the region in Tibetan, dBus, “Center”—of political and religious life in the Tibetan world; the cultural center where all Tibetans aspire to go, at least once in their lifetime. But changes seem to be taking place, raising questions about a possible increase in the role of the borderlands in Tibetan cultural production. The margins that are A mdo and Khams experience a new visibility at the religious, cultural, and political levels. A mdo is now the scene of a ...
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Eric Mortensen (Guilford College)," Boundaries of the Borderlands : Mapping Gyalthang"

This project seeks to discern the physical and conceptual boundaries of the Tibetan region of Gyalthang, in southern Kham.  At issue are questions about the relationships between older conceptualizations of place and newer understandings of identity vis place in twenty first century Sino-Tibetan borderlands. How do the various peoples who live within its boundaries understand Gyalthang? Following the theoretical work of Jonathan Z. Smith (Map Is Not Territory, 1978), I argue that the complex and dynamic webs of ethnic identity in the region neither conform to fixed physical or conceptual boundaries, nor elevate Gyalthang or even Kham as a central ...
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Dáša Mortensen (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), " Wangchuk Tempa and the Control of Gyalthang in the Early-Twentieth Century "

This paper examines the fascinating life of Wangchuk Tempa 汪学鼎 (1886-1961), the de facto early-twentieth-century political and military leader of Gyalthang (rGyal Thang) in southern Kham, in order to illustrate the complex power dynamics at play in this frontier region. Wangchuk Tempa received monastic training at Ganden Sumtsenling Monastery in Gyalthang and at Sera Monastery in Lhasa, before leaving the monastic life in 1916. By the late 1920s he had recruited a well-armed militia to protect Gyalthang from roaming bandits and Chinese military incursions, and his militia fought against the Red Army when it came through Gyalthang in May, 1936. ...
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Stéphane Gros (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), "Matrifocality and the House in Drapa (Zhaba)"

The practice of a non-contractual, nonobligatory, and nonexclusive visiting sexual system among a matrilineal group in Southwest China has generated as much interest in anthropology as in the mass media. The Na (or Moso) who live on the border between Yunnan and Sichuan (near Lake Lugu) have come to be regarded internationally as an unusual case in the ethnography of the region. The Na case, though a striking example of a matrilineal system in an overall regional patrilineal environment, is not unique. These cases have to be considered from a cross-regional perspective and across contemporary ethnic boundaries. In Drapa (Zhaba), ...
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Yudru Tsomu (Sichuan University), " Rise of a Political Strongman in Dergé in the Early Twentieth Century: A Story of Jagö Topden"

This paper discuses rivalry for the throne of Dergé between 1890 and 1940. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, internecine feuds created a power vacuum serious enough to invite intervention from Qing and Lhasa authorities. To bolster the royal family’s position, the nobility not only sought alliances with the Qing and later with the nationalist regime in China, they also established close ties with Lhasa. But outside powers eventually undermined the royal family’s authority and lead to its downfall. Feuding created an opportunity for subordinate headmen to vie for power. This phenomenon is well illustrated by the ...
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