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See detailLa cité de Liège vers 1730
Donneau, Olivier ULg

in Le patrimoine de l'Université de Liège (2008)

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See detailLa cité de Nkamba : l’imaginaire kimbanguiste et son espace symbolique
Melice, Anne ULg

Conference (2008, April 12)

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See detail« La Cité des dames, un matrimoine sans frontières »
Dor, Juliette ULg

in Leduc, Guyonne (Ed.) Les Roles transfrontaliers joués par les femmes dans la construction de l'Europe (2012)

Christine de Pizan's catalogue of famous women is not the slavish imitation of Boccaccio's. The territories covered by her European heroines are quite extensive and varied (Asian and African women are not ... [more ▼]

Christine de Pizan's catalogue of famous women is not the slavish imitation of Boccaccio's. The territories covered by her European heroines are quite extensive and varied (Asian and African women are not excluded here). [less ▲]

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See detailLa Cité des étoiles
Marganne, Marie-Hélène ULg

Book (1997)

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See detailCité du Bernalmont
Frankignoulle, Pierre ULg

in Charlier, Sébastien (Ed.) Guide Architecture moderne et contemporaine 1895-2014. Liège . (2014)

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See detailUne cité entre deux mondes. La ville dans les arts et la littérature en France entre 1958 et 1981
Denis, Benoît ULg; Popovic, Pierre

Book published by Nota Bene (2015)

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See detailLa cité sainte de Nkamba : anthropologie d’un espace théologico-politique
Melice, Anne ULg

Scientific conference (2011, February 01)

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See detailCité Talks – Stadgespréich : L’influence du patrimoine culturel sur l’image du Grand-Duché
Desseilles, François ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

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See detailLa cité, les dèmotelè hiera et les prêtres
Pirenne-Delforge, Vinciane ULg

in Dasen, Véronique; Piérart, Marcel (Eds.) Idia kai dèmosia. Les cadres « privés » et « publics » de la religion grecque antique (2005)

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See detailLa cité-jardin du Domaine de Neuville-en-Condroz. Stratégies d’intervention sur un lotissement existant.
Renaux, Julie; Teller, Jacques ULg

in Cahiers Nouveaux (Les) (2012), 82

L'article aborde différentes stratégies d'intervention sur un ensemble de type "cité jardin" localisé dans la périphérie liégeoise. Les valeurs patrimoniales de cet ensemble sont mises en évidence, en ... [more ▼]

L'article aborde différentes stratégies d'intervention sur un ensemble de type "cité jardin" localisé dans la périphérie liégeoise. Les valeurs patrimoniales de cet ensemble sont mises en évidence, en particulier son bon état de conservation et la mixité des formes de logement qui le caractérisent. Plusieurs scénarios d'intervention destinés à améliorer les performances thermiques des bâtiments sont ensuite évalués. [less ▲]

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See detailCiterne d’eau de pluie et effet sur le débit à l’exutoire du bassin versant de l’Orneau dans la région de Gembloux (Belgique
Xanthoulis, Dimitri ULg; Debauche, Olivier ULg; Fonder, Nathalie et al

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2011), 15(2), 239-249

This study participates to the quantitative balance of rain water domestic use. It aims towards an optimal design of rain barrels volume, the feasibility of soil infiltration techniques with excess of ... [more ▼]

This study participates to the quantitative balance of rain water domestic use. It aims towards an optimal design of rain barrels volume, the feasibility of soil infiltration techniques with excess of water and the impact assessment of rain barrel on the decrease of peak flow in a pilot rural watershed of 9 km², considering the chronology of precipitation events. The parameters that are considered are the roofs area, the number of inhabitants in the house, the average daily rainfall water consumption, and the local pluviometry. In order to design the infiltration structure associated with the rain barrel, the volume of rainfall excess from the rain barrel needs to be evaluated. Afterwards, the infiltration structure may be dimensioned according to the soil infiltration characteristics. We assume that 75 litres, out of the 115 litres daily consumed by each inhabitant, are coming from the rain barrel and the remainder (40 litres) is drawn from the drinking water distribution network. Calculations are carried out for roofs of 100, 135, 170 and 200 m², for a consumption of water ranging between 150 and 1150 L.day-1.house-1 and for rain barrels of 5, 10 and 20 m³. It appears that if correctly designed private rain barrel allow an opportune water use in households, the effect on flood reduction is, however, limited considering the relative low importance of the collecting surface (1.3% of the watershed surface). [less ▲]

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See detailLes cités et les mondes de Luc Boltanski
Jacquemain, Marc ULg

Learning material (2001)

Le document approche les grands concepts de la théorie de la justification chez Boltanski et Thévenot : régimes d'action, épreuve (de force et de justification), cités et axiomatiques des cités, principes ... [more ▼]

Le document approche les grands concepts de la théorie de la justification chez Boltanski et Thévenot : régimes d'action, épreuve (de force et de justification), cités et axiomatiques des cités, principes supérieurs commun, mondes, litiges et différend. Il s'efforce d'en donner une présentation claire à partir d'exemples et en traduisant autant que possible le vocabulaire de la sociologie pragmatique dans le vocabulaire plus classique de la sociologie [less ▲]

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See detailLes cités-états de Haute Mésopotamie: aux origines de la civilisation urbaine
Van der Stede, Véronique ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2001)

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See detailCitizen Science and Democratic Citizenship
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULg; Meyer, Morgan

Conference (2015, July 08)

Citizen science (CS) is now widely recognized as a scienti c research practice that engages "nonscientists," such as journalists, artists, hackers, and entrepreneurs. Examples of CS include amateur ... [more ▼]

Citizen science (CS) is now widely recognized as a scienti c research practice that engages "nonscientists," such as journalists, artists, hackers, and entrepreneurs. Examples of CS include amateur astronomy, biohacking, video gaming, and ornithology, among many others. As many of these practices serve public purposes (e.g. educational goals) and emanate within participatory cultures (e.g. the open science movement), CS can be inscribed in a politics of openness, transparency, and inclusion. These politics are potentially reinforced by the policy uptake of CS (e.g. EU White Paper on CS). Yet, despite its growing public significance and potential to render science more inclusive, CS embeds divergent, often conicting, assumptions about the means and ends of science and the role of the citizen/scientist in contemporary democracy. For instance, in its 'purest' form, CS emerges as a reaction against industry and institutional science, in so far as these institutes are seen to inhibit open knowledge sharing. On the other hand, CS sometimes links to commercial endeavors. CS should thus be approached as a multilayered practice that has the power to reshape existing policies, categories, and identities. Taking these reflections into consideration, this panel asks how CS (re)constructs the contemporary citizen, scientist, and citizen scientist. How are citizens transformed into active 'co-creators' of science? Which political rights do citizen scientists claim, as individuals or as groups? Which tools do citizen scientists mobilize to build communities around scientific endeavor? How local or global are the politics of CS? How do policymakers act as facilitators, patrons, or challengers of a more collective, open science? These questions demand critical attention, as CS is performative of democratic citizenship. The panel's questions resonate with the following conference themes: How are publics constructed by policies? To what extent are groups and identities shaped in the policymaking process? How do publics express themselves? [less ▲]

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See detailCitizen science in the nuclear field: An exploration of its potential in governing nuclear incidents, accidents, and post-disaster situations
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULg; Turcanu, Catrinel; Van Hoyweghen, Ine et al

Conference (2016, June 28)

Citizen science (CS) is a form of science developed and enacted by citizens, typically with citizen volunteers collecting and/or analyzing various kinds of data. As CS serves public purposes (e.g ... [more ▼]

Citizen science (CS) is a form of science developed and enacted by citizens, typically with citizen volunteers collecting and/or analyzing various kinds of data. As CS serves public purposes (e.g. educational goals) and emanates within democratic and participatory cultures (e.g. the open science movement), it potentially broadens scientific research and facilitates public participation in science policy. Whereas the role of CS is well documented in fields such as amateur astronomy, biohacking, video gaming, etc., there is a dearth of research about the role of CS in the nuclear field. Yet, following the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, CS has demonstrably contributed to filling knowledge and information gaps, as citizens in the affected areas monitor radioactivity in the environment and communicate about environmental risks (e.g. Citizens’ Radioactivity Monitoring Project). In this process, citizen scientists have voiced ardent criticism of government and industry, as these institutes are seen to deliberately inhibit open knowledge sharing. Taking these insights as an entry point, this paper probes the potential of CS in the governance of nuclear incidents/accidents, emergency situations, and in post-disaster recovery. Drawing on past and present CS initiatives connected to nuclear incidents and accidents in Japan, the USA, Canada, and the UK, it conceptualizes the social spaces in which CS emerges; ascertains which knowledge, information and decision-making challenges CS addresses; and determines which collective lessons can be drawn to ensure more legitimate and socially robust nuclear governance. Particular attention is given to the role governments, industries, and established scientists can, and should, assume as potential facilitators, patrons, or challengers of a more collective, open approach to disaster preparedness and response. The latter category comprises social scientists, who in Japan have been criticized for “disengaging” with CS practice, thereby limiting opportunities for contextual learning about disasters and even hampering post-trauma disaster recovery. The paper engages with the following conference themes: The future role of publics in processes of government/governance; Empowering publics in new innovation processes. [less ▲]

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See detailCitizen Science in Vlaanderen: U telt mee?!
Hens, Niel; Huyse, Tine; Samaey, Giovanni et al

Article for general public (2016)

This position paper seeks to raise further awareness of the topic of Citizen Science (CS) amongst researchers and broader publics in Flanders. The memorandum clarifies the concept of CS and situates it ... [more ▼]

This position paper seeks to raise further awareness of the topic of Citizen Science (CS) amongst researchers and broader publics in Flanders. The memorandum clarifies the concept of CS and situates it within its historical and contemporary contexts. It also reflects on the potential for involving the broader community in science, while providing examples of situations and areas in which involvement of this kind is already taking place in Flanders. Based on a survey that questioned Flemish researchers on CS, the memorandum contains four recommendations for the governing bodies of universities, academic stakeholders and scientists and scholars specifically. Finally, this position paper offers a series of tips and tricks, along with testimonies for researches who would like to start working in the CS field. [less ▲]

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See detailCitizen Science: algemeen kader, modellen en mogelijkheden
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2014)

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See detailCitizens abroad and Regional Elections: A diffusionist Perspective
Lafleur, Jean-Michel ULg; Arrighi, Jean-Thomas

Conference (2015, September 06)

In this paper we shift the focus away from the state to the regional demos with the aim to introduce the notion of scale in the study of external voting. It is divided into three parts. Following a ... [more ▼]

In this paper we shift the focus away from the state to the regional demos with the aim to introduce the notion of scale in the study of external voting. It is divided into three parts. Following a preliminary discussion on the external franchise from a sub-state perspective, we proceed with a comparative overview of the rules of acquisition and loss of the franchise in regional elections and show that the extension of the franchise to ‘regional expatriates’ is a relatively exceptional practice. We then identify factors that in our view are key to understand the absence of a vertical diffusion of the external franchise to lower levels of government, in sharp contrast with its rapid horizontal diffusion at the state level. The second part examines the debates surrounding the inclusion and exclusion of the franchise in three cases of protracted nationalist mobilization that translated into far reaching territorial autonomy: Catalonia, Scotland and Flanders. The third and final section contrasts the similarities and differences that can be found between our three cases and reflects upon the lessons that can be drawn from them. [less ▲]

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