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See detailUn manuscrit inédit des Mille et une nuits: à propos de l'exemplaire de l'université de Liège (ms. 2241)
Bauden, Frédéric ULg

in Chraïbi, Aboubakr (Ed.) Les Mille et une nuits en partage (2004)

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See detailLes manuscrits arabes dans les bibliothèques publiques belges: une introduction
Bauden, Frédéric ULg

in Bauden, Frédéric (Ed.) International Association of Orientalist Librarians, Ninth general meeting at the 34 ICANAS, 24-25 August 1993, Hong Kong, Proceedings (1993)

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See detailLes manuscrits de la Famille de Strasbourg : contribution à l'étude des livres de recettes artistiques au Moyen Âge
Neven, Sylvie ULg

in 8e congrès de l'association des cercles francophones d'histoire et d'archéologie de Belgique. Actes (2011)

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See detailLes manuscrits de la recension égyptienne des Mille et une Nuits. Étude codicologique, avec édition critique, traduction et analyse linguistique et littéraire du conte de Jānšāh
Franssen, Elise ULg

Doctoral thesis (2012)

Les Mille et une Nuits, popularisées en Europe par la traduction française de Galland, ont fasciné des millions de lecteurs et ont généré de nombreuses études. Les analyses de contes se basent le plus ... [more ▼]

Les Mille et une Nuits, popularisées en Europe par la traduction française de Galland, ont fasciné des millions de lecteurs et ont généré de nombreuses études. Les analyses de contes se basent le plus souvent sur les éditions arabes du XIXe siècle, bien qu’aucune d’entre elles ne soit réellement fiable. Depuis la classification des manuscrits des Nuits par Hermann Zotenberg, à la fin du XIXe siècle, la recherche dans ce domaine n’a pas véritablement progressé. L’un des groupes défini par Zotenberg, la recension égyptienne, dite aussi ZER (« Zotenberg's Egyptian Recension »), rassemble les manuscrits comprenant effectivement mille et une nuits, copiés en Égypte à la fin du XVIIIe ou au début du XIXe siècle. Ces manuscrits sont en quatre volumes et la distribution du texte en nuits y est identique ; ils présentent par ailleurs de nombreuses caractéristiques codicologiques communes. Je propose une analyse codicologique précise de chacun de ces manuscrits. Les Mille et une Nuits furent écrites pour des bourgeois, dans leur langue, le moyen arabe. L’étude minutieuse de la langue des manuscrits des Nuits fait donc avancer nos connaissances sur cette variété de l’Arabe encore peu connue. L’étude linguistique se concentre sur le conte de Jānšāh, dont l’édition critique synoptique — en confrontation avec le texte des éditions arabes anciennes du texte, collationnées pour l’occasion — est établie. Cette analyse linguistique se concentre dans un premier temps sur les manuscrits, puis sur les éditions anciennes du texte. L’édition critique est la base d’une nouvelle traduction française et d’une étude littéraire du conte. Les résultats des deux volets de la recherche sont ensuite confrontés dans une approche pluridisciplinaire complète. Il en résulte une meilleure connaissance de cette tradition complète de Mille et une Nuits, mais aussi des pratiques des artisans du livre actifs en Égypte à la fin du XVIIIe ou au début du XIXe siècle et de la langue utilisée alors pour la littérature récréative. [less ▲]

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See detailLes Manuscrits de la ZER des Mille et une Nuits : quelques remarques codicologiques et philologiques
Franssen, Elise ULg

Conference (2011, May)

Les Mille et Une Nuits fascinent ; elles ont d’ailleurs généré de nombreuses études. Celles-ci se basent le plus souvent sur les éditions arabes du XIXe siècle, bien qu’aucune d’entre elles ne soit ... [more ▼]

Les Mille et Une Nuits fascinent ; elles ont d’ailleurs généré de nombreuses études. Celles-ci se basent le plus souvent sur les éditions arabes du XIXe siècle, bien qu’aucune d’entre elles ne soit réellement fiable. Depuis la classification des manuscrits des Nuits par Zotenberg, au XIXe siècle, la recherche dans ce domaine n’a pas progressé. L’un des groupes défini par Zotenberg rassemble les manuscrits, comprenant effectivement 1001 nuits, copiés en Égypte à la fin du XVIIIe ou au début du XIXe siècle. Ce groupe constitue mon corpus de thèse. Ces manuscrits ont été l’objet d’une analyse codicologique détaillée et les informations résultant de celle-ci sont confrontées aux résultats de l’étude littéraire du texte, dans une approche complète, matérielle et textuelle. Les Mille et Une Nuits furent écrites pour des bourgeois, dans leur langue, le moyen arabe, un niveau de langue encore peu connu. Mes recherches comprennent donc une analyse linguistiques des Nuits, centrée sur le conte de Ḥāsib Karīm ad-Dīn, dont je réalise l’édition critique et la traduction française. [less ▲]

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See detailLes manuscrits de Redouté, dessinateur et chroniqueur de l'expédition
Opsomer, Carmélia ULg

in Bret, Patrice (Ed.) L'Expédition d'Egypte, une entreprise des Lumières 1798-1801 (1999)

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See detailManuscrits et incunables de l’Université de Liège
Donneau, Olivier ULg

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

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See detailLes Manuscrits ZER des Mille et une Nuits : le point sur leur support
Franssen, Elise ULg

in Cherpion, Nadine; Cannuyer, Christian (Eds.) Regards sur l'Orientalisme belge, suivis d'études égyptologiques et orientales (2012)

Les Mille et une Nuits sont universellement mais superficiellement connues. Les éditions historiques présentent un texte modifié de telle sorte que seuls les manuscrits sont fiables, mais étonnamment peu ... [more ▼]

Les Mille et une Nuits sont universellement mais superficiellement connues. Les éditions historiques présentent un texte modifié de telle sorte que seuls les manuscrits sont fiables, mais étonnamment peu étudiés. Ma recherche porte sur un groupe de manuscrits des Mille et une Nuits, la recension ZER (« Zotenberg’s Egyptian Recension »), qui daterait du tournant du 18e au 19e siècle. Je m’intéresse autant au texte (sa structure, sa langue, son contenu) qu’aux manuscrits eux-mêmes, dans une approche pluri-disciplinaire. Le premier volet de ma recherche est une analyse codicologique précise de chacune des copies du groupe. Les résultats obtenus permettent d’affiner notre connaissance des manuscrits (notamment leur datation) et du texte ; un exemple concret est donné ici : l’étude de plusieurs filigranes des papiers des manuscrits. [less ▲]

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See detailManutentions manuelles - Guide pour évaluer et prévenir les risques
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Demaret, J.-Ph.; Masset, D. et al

Book published by SPF Emploi, Travail et Concertation sociale (2008)

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See detailThe Many AUrorae of Jupiter : Auroral Ffilaments, Flares, Transient features of the main oval, Swirls, Polar dawn spots, Injection signatures and Satellite footprints
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg

Conference (2016, March 07)

The presentation is a review of the many features of the Jovian aurorae in the frame of the imminent arrival of the Juno spacecraft around Jupiter, with a special focus on the most recent results.

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See detailThe many aurorae of Jupiter: proxis of the magentospheric dynamics
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg

Conference (2016, April 25)

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See detailThe many aurorae on Jupiter: an overview of recent results
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 21)

The Hubble Space Telescope's high resolution observations of the Jovian aurorae in the UV domain have provided us with a wealth of new information in the recent years. Not only do we have now access to ... [more ▼]

The Hubble Space Telescope's high resolution observations of the Jovian aurorae in the UV domain have provided us with a wealth of new information in the recent years. Not only do we have now access to details down to a couple hundreds kilometers, but we can also analyze changes on timescales of tens of seconds. These images and spectra have taught us that the aurorae are made of many different features, each of them associated with a different process in the Jovian magnetosphere. This magnetosphere significantly differs from the Earth's one, being dominated by the rapid rotation of Jupiter and the plasma originating from Io's volcanism. The satellite footprints are the auroral signature of the electro-magnetic interaction between the Galilean moons and the magnetospheric plasma rotating around Jupiter. In the case of Io, Europa and Ganymede, this signature takes the form of a chain of spots followed by an elongated tail of emission. The tentative identification of a Callisto footprint will also be discussed. Poleward of Io's footprint, patches of emission of various sizes have been associated with injections of hot coming from the outer magnetosphere into the middle magnetosphere. These spots ares thus important markers of the plasma circulation in the Jovian magetnosphere. In the same auroral region, more diffuse emissions are associated with pitch angle scattering in the magnetospheric area where dipolar magnetic field lines become elongated. The most striking feature of the Jovian aurorae is the main emission. This structure sometimes appears as a continuous auroral oval, but it can also display much more complex patterns, especially on the dusk side. Moreover, the brightness strongly changes with local time, as a response to the variability of the corotation enforcement currents and the partial ring currents in the middle magnetosphere. Directly poleward of the main emission, patches regularly appear on the night and dawn sides, in a region generally devoid of any emissions (the polar dark region). Such patches are thought to be a signature of the reconnection process that allows the release of the plasma coming from Io into the magnetotail. The dusk side of the area enclosed in the main emission, called the active region, is the locus of intense and transient (sometimes, even quasi-periodic) flares as well as more stable arcs and diffuse patches. Poleward of this area, stable filaments can sometimes be seen along the noon to midnight axis. Finally, the polar-most region, tentatively associated with open field lines, display rapidly fluctuating patches of emissions. All these polar emissions are very poorly understood and will thus be the subject of fascinating investigations from the Juno spacecraft, arriving around Jupiter on July 4th. [less ▲]

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See detailThe many faces of alpha-herpesviridae infections.
Nikkels, Arjen ULg; Pierard, Gérald ULg

in American Journal of Dermatopathology (2007), 29(1), 109-11

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See detailMany transcription factors interact synergistically with steroid receptors.
Schule, Roland; Muller, Marc ULg; Kaltschmidt, Christian et al

in Science (1988), 242(4884), 1418-20

Progesterone (PRE) or glucocorticoid receptor (GRE) DNA binding sites are often found clustered with binding sites for other transcription factors. Individual protein binding sites were tested without the ... [more ▼]

Progesterone (PRE) or glucocorticoid receptor (GRE) DNA binding sites are often found clustered with binding sites for other transcription factors. Individual protein binding sites were tested without the influence of adjacent factors by analyzing isolated combinations of several transcription factor binding sites with PREs or GREs. All show strong synergistic effects on steroid induction. The degree of synergism is inversely related to the strength of the GRE. Thus, a steroid responsive unit can be composed of several modules that, if positioned correctly, act synergistically. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Many Voices of Post-Colonial London: Language and Identity in Zadie Smith's White Teeth (2000) and Andrea Levy's Small Island (2004)
Ledent, Bénédicte ULg

in Wilson, Janet; Ringrose, Chris (Eds.) New Soundings in Postcolonial Writing. Critical and Creative Contours (2016)

This essay examines the role of language in Zadie Smith's White Teeth (2000) and Andrea Levy's Small Island (2004), arguing that English in its various forms not only partakes in the shaping of ... [more ▼]

This essay examines the role of language in Zadie Smith's White Teeth (2000) and Andrea Levy's Small Island (2004), arguing that English in its various forms not only partakes in the shaping of postcolonial human relations but also helps deconstruct rigid notions of identity, including that of Englishness. Nevertheless the two novels differ in certain respects: in Small Island Englishness emerges from a process of occasionally painful mutual adaptation and compromise, while in White Teeth Smith goes further in redefining Englishness as the expression of the human diversity at the heart of contemporary London. [less ▲]

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See detailMany Voices, One BBC World Service? The 2008 US Elections, Gatekeeping and Trans-Editing
Cheesman, Tom; Nohl, Arnd-Michael; BBC WS US Elections Study Group et al

in Journalism (2011), 12(2), 217-233

This article concerns the trans-editing (simultaneous translation and editing) of coverage of the 2008 US presidential elections on BBC World Service websites. We investigate how English-language source ... [more ▼]

This article concerns the trans-editing (simultaneous translation and editing) of coverage of the 2008 US presidential elections on BBC World Service websites. We investigate how English-language source texts were reworked in Arabic, Persian, Tamil, and Turkish, with a detailed analysis of the structuring, content, and rhetoric of a sample text in English and in these other languages. This analysis shows that, while the BBC’s corporate aim is to provide a univocal service across its multilingual output, this aim is in tension with widely differing journalistic norms, and differing assumptions about audience knowledge and needs, in each of the World Service’s language departments. The ‘melody’ remains essentially the same, but it is orchestrated differently by each department. [less ▲]

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See detailMany vs. One
Pirenne-Delforge, Vinciane ULg; Pironti, Gabriella

in Eidinow, Esther; Kindt, Julia (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Ancient Greek Religion (2015)

Trying to describe polytheism is a difficult enterprise because the whole system can be seen as a complex structure, each element of which (a deity with its proper name) is both itself a complex set of ... [more ▼]

Trying to describe polytheism is a difficult enterprise because the whole system can be seen as a complex structure, each element of which (a deity with its proper name) is both itself a complex set of prerogatives, and at the same time, must be considered in concert with the other elements. After a brief historiographical overview, this paper focuses on the first aspect by using the notion of ‘network’ as a metaphor to refer to the complexity of the ancient Greek gods. It provides two case studies, of the Moirai and the goddess Hera. The paper concludes that polytheism can be described if one conceptualises the complexity of the gods—their unity and diversity—together at every level (Panhellenic and local, cult and myths, and so on). [less ▲]

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See detailMany-Body Spin Echo
Engl, Thomas; Urbina, Juan Diego; Richter, Klaus et al

E-print/Working paper (2016)

We predict a universal echo phenomenon present in the time evolution of many-body states of interacting quantum systems described by Fermi-Hubbard models. It consists of the coherent revival of transition ... [more ▼]

We predict a universal echo phenomenon present in the time evolution of many-body states of interacting quantum systems described by Fermi-Hubbard models. It consists of the coherent revival of transition probabilities echoing a sudden flip of the spins that, contrary to its single-particle (Hahn) version, is not dephased by interactions or spin-orbit coupling. The many-body spin echo signal has a universal shape independent of the interaction strength, and an amplitude and sign depending only on combinatorial relations between the number of particles and the number of applied spin flips. Our analytical predictions, based on semiclassical interfering amplitudes in Fock space associated with chaotic mean-field solutions, are tested against extensive numerical simulations confirming that the coherent origin of the echo lies in the existence of anti-unitary symmetries. [less ▲]

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See detailMap and determinants of woodlands visiting in Wallonia
Colson, Vincent ULg; Garcia, S.; Rondeux, Jacques ULg et al

in Urban Forestry and Urban Greening (2009)

The Walloon forest taken as a whole can be regarded as typical of a rural area, although its proximity to densely populated areas gives it a peri-urban character. It is visited by the local population as ... [more ▼]

The Walloon forest taken as a whole can be regarded as typical of a rural area, although its proximity to densely populated areas gives it a peri-urban character. It is visited by the local population as well as by tourists (including from neighboring countries). To provide spatial information on the level of Wallonia woodland visitation, a survey was conducted among managers of Forest Service districts (also called ‘‘cantonnements’’). The aim was to map the woodlands to show spatial patterns of visitation levels, and analyze them qualitatively to determine the influence factors. This map identifies regional hubs of recreation woodlands and, conversely, areas where the recreational function is much less important. The level of visitation was scaled in four levels ranging from low to very high. The mapping was supplemented with a statistical analysis of data collected from the forest managers and also from different GIS-layers (slope, hydrology, land use, etc.). An equation using the level of visitation as a dependent variable was fitted to a set of characteristics of the woodland with an ordered Logit model. The results show that type of ownership, type of forest, and recreational facilities significantly influence the level of woodland visitation. They also show that woodland visitors prefer any type of forest to mainly coniferous woodland. These results and the analysis of the map are particularly useful for developing forest policy and tourism as well as managing the forest. [less ▲]

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