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The Novel from Commodity to Technology: Producing and Consuming Prose Fiction in the Late Ottoman Empire

When we discuss the development of a culture of the novel in the late Ottoman Empire, it appears crucial to emphasize that the emergence of this particular genre in the largest urban centers of the Empire in the second half of the nineteenth century was determined by two crucial parameters. First, the development of the Ottoman novel constituted a truly trans-communal phenomenon and was the product of a space marked by an uncommonly dense traffic in languages and scripts, where literature was written, published, ...
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L’archéologie des périodes historiques, un dialogue avec l'histoire

Parler d’une archéologie des périodes historiques, c’est poser la question des rapports entre histoire et archéologie. C’est aussi s’interroger sur la genèse d’une discipline archéologique qui, en France, n’a fait qu’une entrée tardive à l’Université, alors que l’histoire y est établie de longue date. En l’occurrence, l’histoire de l’Antiquité classique s’est développée depuis le XIXe siècle comme une discipline essentiellement littéraire, reléguant la culture matérielle au rang de simple illustration des textes anciens.Parallèlement, si la philologie des vestiges archéologiques – consistant à établir la documentation matérielle selon des normes scientifiques – constitue la base ...
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The Holocene RCCs ("Rapid Climatic Changes"): an increasing debate on relationships with human societies during Prehistory and History, with examples from Anatolia

This conference will present and discuss the records of Rapid Climate Changes (RCC) signals recorded in Anatolia, on the basis of a downscaling state of the art about these signals (1) on the global and Eastern Mediterranean (regional) scales, and (2) on the sub-regional to local Anatolian scales.In continental areas, climate variations during the Holocene are reconstructed from proxies recording variations in water vs temperature conditions, as well as human impact if any. These climate proxies (physical, chemical, lithological and biological characteristics and contents of the ...
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