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Gazettes européennes du 18e siècle

Gazettes européennes du 18e siècle
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La presse à la une Dès les origines l’« imprimerie de presse » n’est pas vouée au travail beau et bien fait de l’« imprimerie de labeur ou de librairie ». Il faut faire vite, le plus vite possible pour sortir une feuille que les abonnés attendent déjà avec impatience. Dès l’extrême fin du XVIIIe siècle, au temps de la Révolution, les journaux parisiens se multiplient et parviennent à de très grandes diffusions. L’« Ancien Régime typographique » Dès les origines de la presse, avec la Gazette lancée en 1631 par Théophraste Renaudot, l’« imprimerie de presse » n’est pas vouée au travail beau et bien fait de l’« imprimerie de labeur ou de librairie ». Diffusion de la Gazette de Renaudot Très vite, la Gazette de Renaudot est diffusée hors de Paris, chaque fin de semaine, le vendredi puis le samedi à partir de 1633. Les gazettes périphériques et l’abonnement postal

Eighteenth-Century Resources -- Professional Resources This page, edited by Jack Lynch of Rutgers – Newark, is part of the larger collection of Eighteenth-Century Resources on the Net. General Resources Calls for Papers on 18th-c. topics Part of the large archive of Calls for Papers in English literature at Penn. Internet Mailing Lists A list of mailing lists devoted to the eighteenth century, including: Claire's Seventeenth Century (Claire George, Univ. of Durham) A discussion board for 17th-c. studies and news. Where to Find The Eighteenth Century [microform] Collection (Roxanne Kent-Drury) A list of libraries that carry all or part of the microfilm collection. Eighteenth-Century Reading Room Blog (Graduate Center, CUNY) A blog and discussion group hosted by the CUNY Graduate Center's 18th-c. community. Societies Kevin Berland's site accompanies the C18 list he runs; a fine collection of resources, especially valuable for the Selected Readings. Fledgling master index to 18th-c. resources, sponsored by ISECS. Regional ASECS affiliates NASSR (Waterloo)

Rag Linen | Online Museum of Historic Newspapers Eighteenth-Century Thought (AMS Press, Inc.) Eighteenth-Century Thought is an international, interdisciplinary annual founded for the purpose of advancing the study of the long eighteenth century from c. 1650 to the end of the Atlantic and European Revolutionary Era (c. 1750–1850). The annual publishes research pertinent to the fields of Revolutionary Europe, the history of the Atlantic world, the Enlightenment, the globalization of thought and culture between c. 1650–1850, the history of political thought and philosophy, eighteenth-century cultural and literary studies, history of science, legal history, the intersection of Enlightenment and religion, as well as economic thought and the human sciences as they were conceived and pursued from the middle seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century. Eighteenth-Century Thought is a refereed, peer-reviewed journal. All submissions are subject to editorial review and review by outside readers. Click here for contents to volumes 1–3.

La radio pour les enfants et les ados Source : Shutterstock De nombreuses émissions de radio peuvent être exploitées en classe. Elles permettent soit d’expliquer des notions aux élèves de manière ludique soit de servir de support original pour illustrer un cours. Voici une liste non exhaustive : – FRANCE INFO JUNIOR (Gilles Halais, France Info, lundi et vendredi 12h35 et 16h45) : chaque jour un spécialiste répond aux questions sur l’actualité avec des mots d’enfants. – Education jeunesse sur France Info : – Les p’tits bateaux (Noëlle Breha, France Inter, 19h30 à 19h55) : un répondeur téléphonique est mis à disposition pour les jeunes et moins jeunes. – Les petites voix (Esther Lenenam, Europe 1, Samedi de 15h à 16h) : des enfants de 9 à 12 ans interrogent une personnalité sur sa passion, son métier, …

18thConnect Internet Library of Early Journals We regret to inform users that this resource is no longer available. The site has been withdrawn as the technologies which it is built with have reached end-of-life. An archived version of the site is available at Last update to original site: 1999 Date withdrawn: 1 April 2020 Please contact digitalsupport@bodleian.ox.ac.uk with any questions. Acccessing online copies of the journals and magazines Digitized versions of the journals and magazines originally hosted on ILEJ can be accessed through the following providers: Gentleman's Magazine Years 1731-1830 are available via Hathi Trust Digital Library The Annual Register Years 1758-1778 are available via Hathi Trust Digital Library Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Years 1757-1775 (volumes 50-65) are available via JSTOR Notes and Queries The Builder Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine Preface from the original site: What is ILEJ? Aims Papers on ILEJ

C18-L Home Page Founded in early 1990, C18-L is an international, interdisciplinary forum for discussing all aspects of 18th-century studies -- that is, the "long 18th century," which extends roughly from 1660 to 1830. C18-L is a virtual forum that works by circulating posted messages via e-mail to all subscribers. The primary language of C18-L is English, but we welcome correspondence in other languages as well. Our bibliographical database, Selected Readings, is multilingual. C18-L subscribers can expect to receive frequent bulletins of professional interest (notices of conferences, grants, fellowships, calls for papers, etc.), and are welcome to post or forward such bulletins. Subscribers who send queries (asking for help with identification of quotations, recommendations for reading, research support, &c.) report they have received answers within 24 hours, and sometimes even within minutes. C18-L is committed to the principles of free speech and the free exchange of ideas. 7) Be nice. Kevin Berland

Des podcasts webradio académie Versailles Résultats 1 à 20 Page suivante Les femmes célèbres Aperçu du parcours de quelques femmes exceptionnelles. Auteur : béatrice kherra-masson Date : 12/07/2019 8mn36s 148 vues Freud, 3e leçon (5) A-t-on de bonnes raisons de critiquer la psychanalyse ? En novembre 2018, les élèves de Terminale ESL du lycée René Cassin d'Arpajon ont enregistré une émission webradio proposant une explication de la troisième leçon de psychanalyse de Freud (...) Auteur : Guillaume LEQUIEN Date : 07/07/2019 4mn13s 114 vues Freud, 3e leçon (4) Nos actes manqués n'ont-ils aucun sens ? 4mn12s 122 vues Freud, 3e leçon (3) Sommes-nous capables d'interpréter nos propres rêves ? 5mn17s 137 vues Freud, 3e leçon (2) est-il facile de dire tout ce qui nous vient à l'esprit ? 4mn34s 126 vues Freud, 3e leçon (1) nos idées surgissent-elles au hasard ? 5mn38s 141 vues Lecture suivie du Rire de Bergson : 6) art & biographie (2019) Date : 06/07/2019 4mn33s 95 vues Lecture suivie du Rire de Bergson : 5) art & vérité (2019) 4mn28s 87 vues 4mn47s 104 vues

The American Revolution Professor Joanne Freeman, Professor of History Description The American Revolution entailed some remarkable transformations--converting British colonists into American revolutionaries, and a cluster of colonies into a confederation of states with a common cause--but it was far more complex and enduring than the fighting of a war. Texts Bailyn, Bernard. Brown, Richard D., ed. Cray, Robert E. Gross, Robert A. Hamilton, Alexander, James Madison, and John Jay. McDonnell, Michael. Paine, Thomas. Raphael, Ray. Schwartz, Barry. Wood, Gordon S. Wood, Gordon S. Requirements Exams There is one midterm exam covering material discussed up through Lecture 13. Papers One paper, 3-5 pages long, is due the day of Lecture 9. Grading First paper: 15% Midterm exam: 20% Second paper: 25% Final exam: 30% Discussion section participation: 10%

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