Voyage au Centre de Documentation et d Information
Nous vous proposons ici un voyage au coeur des CDI de collèges et de lycées, souvent laboratoires de pratiques pédagogiques dynamiques et innovantes visant le même objectif : la réussite des élèves. Cet ouvrage donne la parole aux professeurs documentalistes et à leurs partenaires sur les pratiques artistiques et culturelles au CDI, l'avancée du numérique, et propose également une réflexion sur les évolutions du métier par le biais de regards croisés.
Guide mondial des centres de documentation et d information techniques
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The Mekong River and the Struggle for Indochina
Tracing the history of the Mekong River, this book shows how its conceptualization and utilization have been transformed in modern times, and particularly during the Vietnam war when the Mekong River and Mekong Project became political pawns. Nguyen concludes by examining the continuation of some of the Project's schemes by the independent Southeast Asian countries and regional powers.
Providing insights into this neglected Southeast Asian city, this interesting book interprets Vientiane’s landscape - physical as well as imagined - as a reflection of key aspects of Lao geo-political history, the nature of Lao urbanism, and its critical relation to constructions of Lao identity in the contemporary period. It is argued that the patterns of change seen through Vientiane’s past embody the key political and economic processes and transformations impacting on the people of Laos. The Lao urban past has rarely been an object of attention by scholars. Laos, in fact, is continually portrayed as a rural backwater, marginal to the dynamic trends affecting most of the Southeast Asian mainland. In contrast to these persistent and static portrayals of Laos as a tiny landlocked backwater, with no significant urban present or past, the authors aim to document, explain and evaluate the significance of the Lao urban landscape. Focusing on the theme of Vientiane’s ‘marginality’ in its various forms, the book interprets this apparent marginality as an historically-produced phenomenon resulting from geo-politics dating from the pre-colonial period and extending into the post-colonial period. Drawing on a wide range of research materials, Vientiane is the first work of its kind on this ignored city.
Ethnic Groups of Laos Vol 4
Ethnic Groups of Laos – Sino-Tibetan-Speaking Peoples deals with each of the 10 Tibeto-Burman-speaking as well as one Sinitic-speaking group, clarified by 127 color pictures. An ample bibliography is attached for further reading.
Buddhism Power and Political Order
Weber's claim that Buddhism is an otherworldly religion is only partially true. Early sources indicate that the Buddha was sometimes diverted from supramundane interests to dwell on a variety of politically-related matters. The significance of Asoka Maurya as a paradigm for later traditions of Buddhist kingship is also well-attested. However, there has been little scholarly effort to integrate findings on the extent to which Buddhism interacted with the political order in the classical and modern states of Theravada Asia into a wider, comparative study. This volume brings together the brightest minds in the study of Buddhism in Southeast Asia. Their contributions create a more coherent account of the relations between Buddhism and political order in the late pre-modern and modern period by questioning the contested relationship between monastic and secular power. In doing so, they expand the very nature of what is known as the 'Theravada'. Buddhism, Power and Political Order offers new insights for scholars of Buddhism, and it will stimulate new debates.
Søren Ivarsson A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de Creating Laos Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.
Ethnic Groups of Laos Vol 1
Ethnic Groups of Laos – Introduction and Overview contains reports of early French encounters with ethnic groups as well as more recent studies by professional anthropologists and linguists. The development of national classifications of ethnic groups by the Lao government is presented up to the latest census of 1995. All major ethnic groups are listed according to their languages. Finally, a short introduction to the history of the region as well as an overview about the environment, agricultural economy, customs and practices of the diverse ethnic composition is outlined. Their traditions and customs are portrayed by 169 color illustrations.
Portuguese Studies Review Vol 12 No 2
This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review features essays by José D’Assunção Barros, George Bryan Souza, Lorraine White, Stefan Halikowski-Smith, José Mauricio Saldanha Álvarez, Francisco Carlos Palomanes Martinho, Carlos Cordeiro and Artur Boavida Madeira†, Vanessa Ribeiro Simon Cavalcanti, Marzia Grassi, Suzy Casimiro, and Douglas Wheeler. The topics range from Galego-Portuguese troubadour poetry in the thirteenth century to Portuguese colonial administration and the Indian Ocean trade, lineage histories of sixteenth- to seventeenth-century noble families involved in imperial administrative service, (re)interpretive synopses of the Portuguese overseas expansion, art as political theater in colonial Brazil, Vargas and labour policy in Brazil in terms of multiple transitions from traditionalism to modernity, the beginnings of Azorean immigration to Canada, human rights and women's rights in Brazil, local markets in Cape Verde, Portuguese immigration to Australia, and the military historiography of Portuguese-influenced Africa.
The Kingdoms of Laos
Describes the changes in society over 600 years as Lan Xang was gradually dismembered and became a French colony. Most importantly, it shows the essence of the Lao and why, despite all that has happened, they possess their own social and cultural values that mark them as distinctive.