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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1854
Nypels, Jean-Servais-Guillaume ULiege

Speech/Talk (1854)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1856
Dumont, André ULiege

Speech/Talk (1856)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1857
Lacordaire, Jean-Théodore ULiege

Speech/Talk (1857)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1858
Lacordaire, Jean-Théodore ULiege

Speech/Talk (1858)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1859
Lacordaire, Jean-Théodore ULiege

Speech/Talk (1859)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1860
Lacordaire, Jean-Théodore ULiege

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1861
Lacordaire, Jean-Théodore ULiege

Speech/Talk (1861)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1890
Roersch, Louis ULiege

Speech/Talk (1890)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1919
Hubert, Eugène ULiege

Speech/Talk (1919)

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See detailDiscours de réouverture des cours de cette université 1920
Hubert, Eugène ULiege

Speech/Talk (1920)

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See detailDiscours des corps souffrants dans l'oeuvre de Martin Winckler
Gooset, Fabienne ULiege

Scientific conference (2012, May 12)

Analyse narratologique du discours des corps souffrants dans La Maladie de Sachs et Les Trois Médecins de Martin Winckler.

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See detailLe discours des soignants contribue à prévenir l'invalidité
Demoulin, Christophe ULiege; SOMVILLE, Pierre-René ULiege; GROSDENT, Stéphanie ULiege et al

in Le Concours médical (2014), 136(9), 695-696

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See detailLes discours des travailleurs dans les tombes privées de la Première Période Intermédiaire et du Moyen Empire
Motte, Aurore ULiege

Master's dissertation (2013)

The subject of the master thesis is the workers’ speeches in the private tombs of the First Intermediate Period and the Middle Kingdom. These speeches are dialogues between peasants, work- or craftsmen ... [more ▼]

The subject of the master thesis is the workers’ speeches in the private tombs of the First Intermediate Period and the Middle Kingdom. These speeches are dialogues between peasants, work- or craftsmen, which can range from a simple onomatopoeia to a small text. The corpus consists of 348 speeches coming from 21 tombs out of 8 provincial necropolises. The first part of the study comprises a catalogue of all the First Intermediate Period and Middle Kingdom speeches; the first time such a survey has been made, and including a great deal (more than two-thirds) of unpublished material. The speeches are studied in their iconographic contexts, allowing good explanation of the meaning of the dialogues in connection with the actions depicted. In this manner, new technical terms (totally or partially unknown) could be identified, false translations could be corrected and even new suggestions for translations could be made. Furthermore, it is shown that workers’ speeches are found in only 9 iconographic contexts: agriculture, butchery, cattle breeding, crafts, dance & music, hunting & fishing, kitchen scenes, wrestling and offering bearers. Within these contexts, it is observed that the workers’ speeches had a range of 7 themes: carelessness, complaint, curse, injunction scenes, mockery and/or irony, self-glorification and zeal. The study underscores recurrent phraseology within the same iconographic context or over several contexts, which provides evidence to suggest a tradition in the discourses. The conclusion of the thesis touches on the idea that workers’ speeches form a text type of their own, following specific rules. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscours du Chevalier Braas
Braas, Adolphe ULiege

Speech/Talk (1947)

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See detailDiscours du Président de l'Association des professeurs
Hanzen, Christian ULiege

Speech/Talk (2014)

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See detailDiscours du représentant du personnel scientifique
Dozo, Björn-Olav ULiege

Speech/Talk (2014)

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