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How to turn Turk?

The literary history of the Turk is long: from the Shakespearean Turk to Turkish humanist Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar's "dervish without the mantle". But what exactly does it entail, to turn Turk? E. Khayyat traces an intellectual tradition that begins with the characters of Don Quixote. [ more ]

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The new divide

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La Revue nouvelle 8/2014
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La Revue nouvelle


Christophe Mincke
Comment ne pas parler d'Israël ?
How not to speak about Israel ?

le mois

this month
Matthieu de Nanteuil
La crise du néolibéralisme et la faillite des gauches. Le cas français
The crisis of neo-liberalism and the failure of the Left. The French case
Cheyenne Krishan
La Politique commune de pêche sous les tropiques
The common fishing policy in the tropics
François Reman
États-Unis - Amérique latine : une relation à reconstruire
USA - Latin America : a relation to rebuild
Roland Baumann
Les cent ans de Beau-Vallon
The Beau-Vallon women psychiatric clinic's 100th anniversary
Éric Bousmar
Waterloo, l'ultime bataille, d'Hugues Lanneau
Waterloo, the last battle, a documentary film by Hugues Lanneau

billet d'humeur

Joëlle Kwaschin
Florence Aubenas, usagère du rail
Florence Aubenas, railroad service user

le dossier

main theme
Geneviève Warland
Première Guerre mondiale, l'histoire au présent
First World War, history in the present
Geneviève Warland
Le mois d'août 1914
The month of August 1914
Olivier Luminet, Laurence Van Ypersele
Enjeux mémoriels de la Grande Guerre en Belgique
Memory issues of World War One in Belgium
Nico Wouters
Le cavalier seul de la Flandre
The lone ranger attitude of Flanders
Benoît Lechat
Histoire, mémoire et réconciliation
Que s'est-il passé en Belgique en aout 1914?
History, memory and reconciliation
What happened in Belgium in August 1914 ?
Geneviève Warland
1914-1918 : pour aller plus loin...
1914-1918 : going further...

un livre

book review
Paul Géradin
Mondialisation : qui gagne et qui perd ?
Essai sur l'économie politique du développement, d'Arnaud Zacharie
Globalization: Who wins and who loses?
Essay on the political economy of development by Arnaud Zacharie


Pierre Ansay
Marxisme et totalitarisme. Le goulag est dans la pomme
Marxism and totalitarianism. The Gulag is in the apple
Michaël Maira
Pas d'Européens précarisés en Belgique
No poor European nationals in Belgium
Daniele Comberiati
Les Italiens au Congo, entre émigration et colonialisme
Italians in Belgian Congo, between emigration and colonialism
François De Smet
La dette, miroir d'une civilisation
Debts, mirrors of civilizations
Angela V. John
Paternité et masculinité à l'époque victorienne
Fatherhood and manhood in Victorian England


Bernard De Backer
Malabar Blues
Malabar Blues

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Civil disobedience for an age of total surveillance
The case of Edward Snowden
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A finger pointing at the moon
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Piotr Kiezun, Jaroslaw Kuisz
Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz
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The 26th European Meeting of Cultural Journals
Conversano, 3-6 October 2014
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