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Document Archive

This archive is an electronic publication series featuring papers by UT faculty, students, and invited scholars. Copyright is retained by the author. Permission to distribute or reproduce materials must be obtained from the author.

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François Lagarde , French-Italian University of Texas at Austin
Penser au 11 septembre, Penser à soi
(Fall 2002)


Alain Joxe, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
French version:
L'Empire du désordre et la société globale: école européenne et école américaine

English version:
Empire of Disorder and Global Civil Society; European School and American school (Spring 2003)

Nkashama P. Ngandu, Director of the Center for French and Francophone Studies Louisiana State University
Autour du conte et du récit romanesque: narrateur, narratologie et tiers actant
(Spring 2003)

Lynn Higgins, French-Italian, Dartmouth College
Tavernier, A Filmmaker in his Generation
(Spring 2003)

Michel Camau, Professeur à l'Institut d'Etudes Politiques d'Aix-en-Provence
Le projet maghrébin: Occident arabe, Afrique du Nord française et région méditerranéenne
(Spring 2003)

Henry Rousso, Professeur à Institut d'histoire du temps prsent (CNRS, Paris)
Vichy, Crimes against Humanity, and the Trials for Memory
(Fall 2003)

Marie Lathers, Professor at Case Western Reserve University
Venus Restored: The 'Venus de Milo' in 19th-Century France
(October 2003)

Jean-Claude Risset, Professor at Laboratoire de Mécanique et d'Acoustique, CNRS, Marseille
The Perception of Musical Sound
Computer Music: Why?
(November 2003)

Papers from the Conference on Language and (Im)migration in France, Latin America, and the United States: Sociolinguistic Perspectives, held September 25-26, 2003.

Flore Zéphir, Romance Languages and African Diaspora Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia
A Tale of Two Cities: The Sociolinguistic Transformation of New York and Miami by Haitian Immigrants

Marcia Farr, Language, Literacy and Culture, Ohio State University
Ways of Speaking in a Mexican Transnational Community

Pamela Munro, Linguistics, UCLA
Preserving the Language of the Valley Zapotecs : The Orthography Question

Bonnie Urciuoli, Linguistics, Hamilton college
Stealth prejudice: Puerto Rican College Students' Experiences of Race-marking Mapped onto Language

Keith Walters, Linguistics, UT Austin
Is Using A Minority Language in the Workplace a Civil Right? A Human Right? Neither?

Douglas A. Kibbee, French, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Language Rights and Immigrant Languages

Dominique Caubet, INALCO (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales), Paris
About the Transmission of Maghrebi Arabic en France

Salem Chaker, INALCO (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales) Paris
Berber, A "Long forgotten" Language of France (French and English versions)

Caroline Juillard, Université Paris 5
Sub-Saharian Immigration in France: from Diversity to Integration

Josiane Boutet, Université Paris 7
From China (Wenzhou) to France (Paris): the Social Construction of the Linguistic Repertoire

Christine Deprez, Université Paris 5.
Sociolinguistic Remarks about Portuguese in France : Construction of a Stygmatized Sociolect


Immigration: No Man's Langue (Spring 2004)

Gilles Perraudin
La pierre: matériau écologique (Spring 2004)

Rémy Leveau, Sciences Pô, Paris
Flux migratoires, imaginaires sociaux et importation des conflits dans l'espace euro-méditerranéen (Spring 2004)

Claude Beauclair (Fall 2004)
Georges Sand-Gustave Flaubert


Issues in Digitizing

Guillaume Fau, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris
Digitizing Manuscripts: Technical and Legal Issues

Kris Kiesling, Associate Director for Technical and Digital Services, UT HRC
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times: Issues in Digitization

Internet and Society

Françoise Massit-Folléa, French Ministry of Research, Paris
Research trends on Internet Uses : a French perspective

Internet and Journalism

Laurence Allard, Université Lille 3
Blogs and Kino Blogs as “technology of the self” : toward a polyphonical and polymachinical conceptualization of digital identities / Blogs et Kino Blog comme technologies du soi : vers une conceptualisation polyphonique et polymachinique des identités digitalisées."

Olivier Blondeau, Institute for Political Sciences, Paris
Critique des média dans l’ère des post-media

Steven Reese, UT Journalism
On-line news and the changing national audience: A cross-national perspective

Mark Tremayne, UT Journalism
Internet Newspapers: Making of a Mainstream Medium

Pau Adams, UT Geography
Bush Versus Kerry in French Cyberspace

Internet and Art

Joel Savary, Cultural Attaché, French Consulate General
Introductory Comments

Yann Chateigné, Visual Department, French Ministry of Culture
Indices, témoignages, inscriptions : art et mémoire à l’heure d’Internet

Donald Foresta, École Nationale Supeérieure d'Arts, Paris
Le Nouvel Espace de Communication, l'Interface avec la Culture et la Créativité Artistique (Internet: A New Communication Space for Artistic Creation)

Michael Joyce, Center for Electronic Learning, Vassar
On Internet Collaboration

Jacques Perconte, Web artist from France


Michel Bakalowicz
Coastal karst aquifers and karst submarine springs: a new scientific and technological challenge for Mediterranean groundwater resources

Jean-Christian Personné
Laboratory and in situ experiments of limestone colonization by aerobic bacteria in karst and preliminary study of populations of rotifers and crustaceans in the site of lowest colonization

Jacques Durand
Phonology of Contemporary French

Jacquelyn Péry d'Alincourt
Sisters in Resistance - Surviving Ravensbrück "Forgive, Don't Forget"

Fahrad Khosrokhavar
Radical Islam

Boubacar Diop
Senegal between Cheikh Anta Diop and Senghor

Simon Serfaty
The Terms of US - French Engagement: Perceptions, Issues, and Circumstances

Paul Claval
French Perception of Nature over the Last Centuries

Marie-Noëlle Campana
Le spectacle de la ville

Daniel Delbreil
Raymond Queneau, du roman à la scène, les deux prèmieres adaptations théâtrales, de Zazie dans le Metro et de Loin de Rueil

Paul Fournel
Ecrivain, membre de l’OULIPO

Papers presented at the 31st Annual Nineteeth-Century French Studies Colloquium Oct. 27-29:

Anne-Marie Thiesse
La modernisation du passé au XIX° siècle

Papers presented at UT Film Conference on Authorship Oct. 21-22:

Alexie Tcheuyap
Oedipus, Enemy Brothers and the Sacrificial Crisis - African Cinema and New Forms of Orality

Dayna L. Oscherwitz
Creating the Anti-Western: Counter Discourse and Counter “Development” in African


Bertrand Vieillard-Baron, General Delegate of the French Nuclear Energy Society and of the French Atomic Forum
Position of the French Nuclear Sector Inside and Outside of France - A French Vision of Nuclear Power Renaissance

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