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See detailListening to the brain of the newborn by the Doppler method
Battisti, Oreste ULg

Book (1996)

This research project provides the assessement of brain circulation in preterm babies and in term babies having a loss of cerebral blood flow autoregulation, an intracranial haemorrage, aventricular ... [more ▼]

This research project provides the assessement of brain circulation in preterm babies and in term babies having a loss of cerebral blood flow autoregulation, an intracranial haemorrage, aventricular dilatation, a cerebral edema, a patent ductus arteriosus, a surgery. It also provides studies of the effects of various drugs on cerebral blood flow. [less ▲]

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See detailLists of accepted and proposed gravitational lens systems
Surdej, Jean ULg; Soucail, G.

in Fraipont-Caro, D.; Gosset, Eric; Refsdal, S. (Eds.) et al Liege International Astrophysical Colloquia (1993, June 21)

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See detailThe Literal and the Metaphoric: Paradoxes of Figuration in the Work of Janet Frame
Delrez, Marc ULg

in Commonwealth : Essays and Studies (2011), 33.2(Spring 2011), 10-20

This essay attempts to address Janet Frame’s fondness for strategies of literal expression, a formal aspect of her work often pinpointed by the critics but never examined systematically, perhaps because ... [more ▼]

This essay attempts to address Janet Frame’s fondness for strategies of literal expression, a formal aspect of her work often pinpointed by the critics but never examined systematically, perhaps because it displays a mercurial quality, inseparable from the author’s wit, which resists easy classification. What can be established at any rate is that Frame’s leaning towards literality cannot be dissociated from her interest in metaphor – rather as if the literal, by virtue of constituting the ground zero of metaphor, implicitly pointed to further layers of meaning subliminally encoded in her texts. Thus it is argued that the literal in Frame tends to gesture towards its equivalent in metaphor, and vice versa, in a way which can be correlated with her thematic preoccupation with another shift of levels, occurring whenever she stages a creative personality keen to transform the ontological given provided by the real in terms of intuited correspondences in a more visionary dimension. [less ▲]

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See detailLiterary Field and Classes of Texts
Durand, Pascal ULg; Dubois, Jacques

in Desan Ph.; Ferguson Pr. P.; Griswold W. (Eds.) Literature and Social Practice (1989)

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See detailLiterary Form as Postcolonial Critique: Epic for the Contemporary World
Burkitt, Katharine ULg

Book published by Ashgate (2012)

Focusing on works by Derek Walcott, Les Murray, Anne Carson, and Bernardine Evaristo, Katharine Burkitt investigates the relationship between literary form and textual politics in postcolonial narrative ... [more ▼]

Focusing on works by Derek Walcott, Les Murray, Anne Carson, and Bernardine Evaristo, Katharine Burkitt investigates the relationship between literary form and textual politics in postcolonial narrative poems and verse novels. Burkitt argues that these works disrupt and undermine the traditions of particular forms and genres, and most notably the expectations attached to the prose novel, poetry, and epic. This subversion of form, Burkitt argues, is an important aspect of the texts' postcoloniality as they locate themselves critically in relation to literary convention, and they are all concerned with matters of social, racial, and national identities in a world where these categories are inherently complicated. In addition, the awareness of epic tradition in these texts unites them as “post-epics”, in that as they reuse the myths and motifs of a variety of epics, they question the status of the form, demonstrate it to be inherently malleable, and regenerate its stories for the contemporary world. As she examines the ways in which postcolonial texts rewrite the traditions of classical epics for the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Burkitt ties close textual analysis to a critical intervention in the politics of form. [less ▲]

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See detailA literary history for international students of Dutch
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Journal of Dutch Literature (2011), 2(1), 129-135

This review discusses a recent literary history aimed at an audience of international students of Dutch literature

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See detailLiterary mediations, imaginaries and sociological approaches
Saint-Amand, Denis ULg; Glinoer, Anthony

Conference (2012, March 16)

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See detailLiteratur und Puppenspiel
Viehöver, Vera ULg; Wunsch, Stephan

Book published by Union Nationale de la Marionnette, Zentrum Deutschland (2009)

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See detailLiteratur und Puppenspiel
Viehöver, Vera ULg; Wunsch, Stephan

in Das Andere Theater (2009), 19(73), 50

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See detailLiteratur und Puppenspiel - eine fruchtbare Beziehung
Viehöver, Vera ULg; Wunsch, Stephan

in Das Andere Theater (2009), (73), 4-5

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See detailLiteratura e engajamento. De Pascal a Sartre
Denis, Benoît ULg

Book published by EDUSC (2002)

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See detailLiterature and Reconciliation in Australia
Delrez, Marc ULg

Conference (2005, July 20)

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See detailThe Literature of Terror
Delville, Michel ULg

Learning material (2004)

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See detailLiterature Review Analysis on Energy Performance and Sustainable Buildings in Romania
Ana Mureșan, Adina; Attia, Shady ULg

in Sustainable Buildings Design Lab (2015)

This work is a part of the Master of Science Thesis written during the mobility organized by the Erasmus + Programme for exchange students at Universite de Liege, in Belgium (Université de Liège, Belgique ... [more ▼]

This work is a part of the Master of Science Thesis written during the mobility organized by the Erasmus + Programme for exchange students at Universite de Liege, in Belgium (Université de Liège, Belgique), which is in bilateral agreement with Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, in Romania (Universitatea Tehnică din Cluj-Napoca, România) available between 2014 – 2020. The audience of this literature review is civil engineers and specialists in building energy and it aims to inform about the current state-of-the-art of the sustainable buildings design and energy performance in the Romanian context. The work presents the review of 35 publications chosen from the Literature Survey List which includes 80 publications. The publications included in the Literature Survey List are Romanian standards for energy performance in buildings, chapters from books and journal articles. The sources of the publications are included in the Resources Screening List. [less ▲]

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See detailLiterature through Technology. Depicting the Future of the Book from Verne to Barjavel
Stienon, Valérie ULg

Conference (2014, July 10)

French futuristic novels tend to develop a wide range of representations regarding the book of the future as it is impacted by technical inventions, from the phone to the digital paradigm through ... [more ▼]

French futuristic novels tend to develop a wide range of representations regarding the book of the future as it is impacted by technical inventions, from the phone to the digital paradigm through photography and film: Albert Robida’s “phono-livre” (La Vie électrique, 1890), Octave Uzanne’s “storyographe” powered by electricity from the human body, Henri Allorge’s “bibliophone” (Le grand cataclysme, 1922), Léon Daudet’s “cinébiblat” and “cinélivre” (Le Napus, 1927), Maurice Renard’s telepathic book (Un homme chez les microbes, 1928) or even René Barjavel’s “télélecture” (Ravage, 1943) among others. It is well known that the historical antagonism between Science and the Humanities deeply influenced the disciplinary boundaries and the respective values of the two fields. But it also appears that such a disciplinary discussion does involve the issue of the material and tangible forms of the book considered as an object. Futuristic novels put a specific emphasis on the acoustic, visual and tactile avatars of the book within a sociocultural context characterized by the rise of Applied Sciences and media communication. Do these new media and formats compete with or complement to the former book patterns? Are such representations of the book as an audiovisual item some response to the predicted decline of the Humanities? Or are they rather a means of asserting the faith in a new forthcoming kind of literature? Although science may badly affect literature so as to produce an impoverishing mechanization of literary style (Jules Verne, Paris au XXe siècle, 1863), it also gives a valuable opportunity to create more ergonomic formats for a wider distribution and a more easily handheld book. Since the late 19th century until WWII, many futuristic novels propose to consider the book as it is located at the junction of Science and the Humanities rather than in their dichotomous opposition. Regarded as a specific leitmotiv, such a topic of technological and transmedia conversions of the book leads to reconsider the evolution of the identity paradigm of France as a “literary nation”. It also gives the opportunity to investigate the discrepancies and coincidences between the conjectural scope of these futuristic novels and the factual history of technological advances. [less ▲]

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