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Sandbags, Strikes, and Scandals

Public Disorder and Problematic Policing in Occupied Roubaix during World War I

James E. Connolly

In late April 1915, female workers of the Selliez clothing factory in the French town of Roubaix were insulted for numerous consecutive days by local residents who, a French police report noted, “had built themselves up into an angry state.” 1 The

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Betty Cannon

It is difficult to write this tribute and farewell to Hazel E. Barnes, my friend and mentor for over forty years, simply because I have long been unable to imagine the world without her. She died on March 18, 2008, at the age of ninety-two. I cannot help remembering that when Simone de Beauvoir met Hazel in 1985, Hazel had sent her an essay, “Beauvoir and Sartre: Forms of Farewell.”

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Terri Doughty

Michelle J. Smith. 2011. Empire in British Girls’ Literature and Culture: Imperial Girls 1880–1915. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Staging Sassoun

Memory and Music Video in Post-Soviet Armenia

Rik Adriaans

bridge of Sulukh, where volunteer units resisted the Turkish massacres prior to the Armenian Genocide of 1915; and Akhtamar Island, a spiritual center of times long past. Audiovisual indices of a media-saturated modernity, turn-of-the-century heydays of

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The Image of Jews as Constructed by Lexical Items

Translations of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice as a Case in Point

Xiu Gao

Flesh Bond ), 2 was published in 1904. More translations were produced by Laura White (1914–1915), 3 Shenghao Zhu (1947), 4 Gan Xiao (1956), 5 Ping Fang (2000), 6 Shiqiu Liang (2001/1936), 7 and Jingxi Peng (2006). 8 Laura White, an American

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Graham Smith and Gertrud Heidegger

Democratic Innovations: Designing Institutions for Citizen Participation, by Graham Smith Jeffery Hilmer

Martin Heidegger – Letters to His Wife: 1915-1970, edited by Gertrud Heidegger Kai Horsthemke

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Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi and Robert Parkin

Alexander Riley, W. S. F. Pickering and William Watts Miller (eds.), Durkheim, the Durkheimians and the Arts - Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi

Robert Hertz, Sociologie religieuse et anthropologie : deux enquêtes de terrain (1912–1915), ed. S. Baciocchi and Nicolas Mariot - Robert Parkin

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Jennifer Mergy, David Moss, N. J. Allen and Robert Parkin

Philippe Besnard. Études durkheimiennes, Genève: Librairie Droz. 2003. pp.382.

Massimo Rosati. Solidarietà e sacro. Secolarizzazione e persistenza della religione nel discorso sociologico della modernità, Rome: Laterza. 2002. pp.190.

Camille Tarot. Sociologie et anthropologie de Marcel Mauss, Paris: La Découverte. 2003. pp. 117.

Alexander Riley and Philippe Besnard (eds.), Un ethnologue dans les tranchées, août 1914–avril 1915: Lettres de Robert Hertz à sa femme Alice, Paris: CNRS Editions. 2002. pp. 265.

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Grace Moore, Gabrielle Malcolm and Stephanie Forward

Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science by Ronald R. Thomas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. £45.00 ISBN: 0521653037.

Women and Playwriting in Nineteenth-Century Britain edited by Tracy C. Davis and Ellen Donkin, Cambridge University Press, 1999. Hardback £42.50 ISBN: 0521574137

Idol of Suburbia: Marie Corelli and Late-Victorian Culture by Annette R. Federico. Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, 2000. Paperback $30 ISBN 0-8139-1915-0.

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Isabelle Gouarné

Le texte publié ici apporte un éclairage nouveau sur l’histoire des relations entre marxisme et durkheimisme. Son auteur est René Maublanc (1891– 1960). Normalien (promotion 1911) et agrégé de philosophie (1919), il fut l’élève d’Émile Durkheim de 1911 à 1914, et fut même l’ami de son fils André, mort aux combats en 1915. Au cours des années 1920, alors qu’il s’était engagé dans une carrière enseignante, Maublanc resta inséré dans l’univers durkheimien. Il participa à l’ENS aux activités du Centre de Documentation sociale, fondé en novembre 1920 et dirigé par Célestin Bouglé (Marcel 2001: chap. 5). De 1923 à 1925, il y travailla comme secrétairearchiviste, poursuivant des recherches sur l’histoire des doctrines sociales, en particulier sur Charles Fourier dont les papiers avaient été reçus en héritage par le Centre (Coeuré 1995).