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Filamentation of ultrashort laser pulses in silica glass and KDP crystal: A comparative study
Jérémie Rolle,Luc Bergé,Guillaume Duchateau,Stefan Skupin
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.90.023834
Abstract: Ionizing 800-nm femtosecond laser pulses propagating in silica glass and in potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KDP) crystal are investigated by means of a unidirectional pulse propagation code. Filamentation in fused silica is compared with the self-channeling of light in KDP accounting for the presence of defect states and electron-hole dynamics. In KDP, laser pulses produce intense filaments with higher clamping intensities up to 200 TW/cm$^2$ and longer plasma channels with electron densities above $10^{16}$ cm$^{-3}$. Despite these differences, the propagation dynamics in silica and KDP are almost identical at equivalent ratios of input power over the critical power for self-focusing.
Portraits avec visage absent: Aminadab (1942) de Maurice Blanchot
Majorel, Jérémie;
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-106X2010000100007
Abstract: aminadab, the second novel published by blanchot, in 1942, reports the wander of thomas in a labyrinthine hotel. one there is observed a leitmotiv: descriptions of portraits whose faces are systematically erased or scrambled. this device puts a place a double law space and temporal of neutralization which informs the course of the character and plunges it in at the same time disappointing interpretative search and liberator: there is nothing to discover, if it is this nothing, beyond negativity.
Avita ronell: French connexion
Marjorel, Jérémie;
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-106X2011000100004
Abstract: the spectacular style of philosopher american avital ronell, inspired by the performative devices of derrida, is good in the service of an authentic philosophic thought. she proceeds less by deconstruction of the fence of the western metaphysics than by secret connections and short circuit which electrify networks of unnoticed senses at fundamental authors, since plato until blanchot by way of flaubert, nietzsche and heidegger.
Putting Factions ‘Back in’ the Civil-Military Relations EquationGenesis, Maturation and Distortion of the Bangladeshi Army
Jérémie Codron
South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal , 2007,
Abstract: This paper attempts to highlight two characteristics of the Bangladeshi army, namely factionalism and politicization. It shows how they hampered the institutionalization of civil-military relations in this country, and also suggests that the political power’s manoeuvres aggravated the army’s structural instability born of the Independence war. While arguing that the military’s professionalism and the institutionalization of the armed forces’ role were, in fact, encouraged during the 1980s military rule, the main thesis points to the return of civilians to power in 1991, which reintroduced partisan cleavages into the army and threatened the stability of civil-military relations. The trajectory of the Bangladeshi army indeed suggests that democratization does not necessarily lead to a higher degree of professionalism in armed forces.
Economia Política da Gest o de Resíduos Sólidos Municipais em Vitória (Espírito Santo)
Jérémie Cavé
Geografares , 2011,
Abstract: O artigo trata das intera es entre a globaliza o dos intercambios econ micos e a gest o dos resíduos sólidos municipais, através do estudo de caso de Vitória-ES. Além do servi o municipal de gest o do lixo, uma diversidade de atores participa da economia da recupera o dos resíduos sólidos secos. O lixo sendo por defini o aquilo que n o pertence a ninguém, esses diversos atores disputam sua apropria o e conflitos surgem. Ora, a recupera o dos resíduos recicláveis é um setor de interven o cujo caráter lucrativo é instável, dependente das varia es de valor das matérias primas. A quest o que se coloca, para os poderes públicos, é a de como conciliar uma cadeia de capta o de resíduos sólidos ritmada pelas flutua es do mercado com um servi o publico territorial?
Une école de la maturation ? A gestation school ? Analysis of artistic teaching between immediate gift, academic rhythm and creation process
Jérémie Vandenbunder
Temporalités , 2011,
Abstract: Cet article porte sur l'enseignement artistique tel qu'il est délivré dans les écoles des Beaux-arts fran aises. Il montre comment les acteurs investis dans ces formations, que ce soit les étudiants ou les enseignants, sont pris dans des jeux aux temporalités différentes. Posant tout d'abord comme paradoxale l'opposition entre l'innéité du don, valorisé aux beaux-arts, et la nécessité de suivre des études longues, nous tentons de montrer que le mythe de l'autodidaxie s'inscrit dans une perspective de socialisation propre au domaine des arts plastiques. Centré sur la socialisation professionnelle, dans le sillage des sociologues de l'école de Chicago, l’article présente les différentes étapes de ce processus en identifiant les stratégies et perspectives adoptées par les étudiants. Par ce biais, il met en lumière le passage progressif des élèves du monde profane au groupe professionnel. Enfin, il détaille la manière dont les formes atypiques d'organisation du travail, comme le travail par projets, sont appréhendées dans les écoles, en lien avec les contraintes du milieu scolaire. In French art schools, temporality is obviously an issue for students and teachers alike. First, while teachers and students are insisting on gift and talent, they also put the stress on the need to study and experiment in the long run. I consider this “myth of autodidaxy” as a sign of professional socialization. Art students are trying to assimilate their own path with the myths of artistic life. In addition to that, I have followed the steps of this socialization for five years, the length of an entire art school curriculum. As students, young artists have to leave behind their initial stereotypes on artists and the art world in order to enter the professional world. Eventually, I try here to analyze how specific forms of work and organization such as project-based work are taught in art schools and how students deal with them.
L'évolution de l'armature urbaine en Arabie du Sud: la vallée du Jawf du VIIIe siècle av. au VIe siècle apr. J.-C.
Jérémie Schiettecatte
M@ppemonde , 2006,
Abstract: L'approche archéogéographique du peuplement de la vallée du Jawf (Yémen) met ici en évidence les dynamiques qui affectent le réseau urbain de cette région au cours du Ier mill. av. J.-C. et au début de l'ère chrétienne. Cette approche permet de relativiser les causes jusqu'ici avancées du déclin et de la disparition des villes tout en mettant en avant l'impact de probables modifications environnementales et les conséquences d'une action anthropique sur le paysage plus en amont.
Ritmos electrónicos y raves en la mitad del mundo. Etnografía del fenómeno tecno en Ecuador
Voirol , Jérémie
Iconos : Revista de Ciencias Sociales , 2006,
Abstract: El fenómeno tecno ecuatoriano se inicia en Monta ita hacia 1992-1993 y se desarrolla principalmente en Quito y Guayaquil. El surgimiento y desarrollo de este fenómeno están marc a d o s por la influencia del movimiento tecno euro p e o - n o rteamericano y es dinamizado por extranjeros que llevan la música al país. Los jóvenes que escuchan tecno y participan en las fiestas provienen de clases altas, y lo utilizan como elemento distintivo y diferenciador con respecto a lo popular, lo cual rechazan. La fiesta tecno es un ritual de fin de semana que marca una ruptura con lo cotidiano (evacuar tensiones, sentimiento de bienestar, etc.) y que arraiga a los participantes a lo local, pero a la vez gira en torno a los consumos de cultura europeo-norteamericana.
Wolves in sheep’s clothing : la rhétorique du combat chez Thomas Becon ‘Wolves in sheep’s clothing’: The Rhetorics of Polemics in Thomas Becon’s Epistles
Christian Jérémie
Revue LISA / LISA e-journal , 2009, DOI: 10.4000/lisa.366
Abstract: This article deals with an aspect of the Church in 16th century England: what kind of supper is being prepared there behind whose backs — a double question related to a decisive period in the history of the English Church, the reign of Mary Tudor, on both sides of the Channel. One of the answers is provided in many dainty dishes, diligently prepared by the celebrated catechist and religious writer, Thomas Becon (1512-1567).The first course in this gracious menu is the argument that the true Church of Christ is being subverted under Mary, that false Jezebel, whereas its proper foundations were prepared under Edward VI, the true Josiah. Becon’s argument is well seasoned with a fine distinction between the notions of sign and instrument: the death of the virtuous is the manifest token of God’s anger towards His beloved but unthankful children. The instrument of His anger is the return of papistry. Ergo, God’s elect are easily discernible. Becon’s main course is a spicy roast of wild boar and other venison, by which he attacks one personal foe, namely Stephen Gardiner, the Bishop of Winchester. This is ‘the wolf that brast into the sheepfold, seeking whom he may devour’. The other side of papistry is Antichrist at work in his office behind closed doors, especially those of the Tower, from which Becon escaped and fled to Strasbourg. He took an active part in the Frankfurt controversy that was to lay the foundations of the Church of England, on the other side of the Channel. Becon’s continental des(s)ert was to join the art of the preacher to a man’s steadfastness in his faith in the face of danger, making his the motto: ‘Vive memor lethi’ (‘Live mindful of death’).
La population des villes sudarabiques préislamiques : entre ‘a abiyya et a ar Pre-Islamic urban populations in South-Arabia : between ‘a abiyya and a ar
Jérémie Schiettecatte
Revue des Mondes Musulmans et de la Méditerranée , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/remmm.4743
Abstract: L’identité des populations d’Arabie du Sud préislamique est traitée par le biais des données épigraphiques. Ces dernières donnent un aper u de la manière dont se définissent les populations urbaines. Dans un premier temps (viiie-iie s. av. J. C.), celles-ci se définissent par le lien de parenté. Au tournant de l’ère chrétienne en revanche, à travers toute l’Arabie du Sud, l’identité se décline progressivement par un rattachement à la ville d’appartenance, au sol. Cette évolution chronologique nous amène à relativiser l’ancienne dichotomie selon laquelle l’identité des populations des Hautes-Terres se définit par le lien au sol et celle des Basses-Terres par le lien du sang. Par ailleurs, cette évolution semble aller de pair avec une transformation profonde de la société où le domaine de la parenté fait place à de nouvelles formes de hiérarchie dans les relations de dominance et d’appropriation des ressources. Cette transformation pourrait avoir été le moteur de cette évolution de l’identité des populations urbaines sudarabiques. The identity of the pre-Islamic populations of South Arabia is signified by way of the available epigraphic data. These data have provided a perspective into the way in which urban populations identified themselves. At the outset (8th–2nd c. B.C.), these populations defined themselves by a link to parentage. Conversely, at the turn of the Christian era throughout South Arabia, identity is progressively expressed by an association with the city of origin, or to place. This chronological evolution brings us to relativize the ancient dichotomy through which the identity of highland populations is defined as an affiliation to place while that of the populations of the lowlands is defined as an association to blood or heredity.Alternatively, this evolution appears to go hand in hand with a profound societal transformation whereby the tie to ancestry gives way to new forms of hierarchy in relationships of dominance and of the appropriation of resources. Such a socio-economic transformation may well have provided the impetus for this evolution of the identity of urban South Arabian populations.
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