L imprimerie en Corse des origines 1914
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Sprachkonkurrenz auf Korsika vom 19 zum 20 Jahrhundert
Im 19. Jahrhundert befindet sich Korsika in einem Transkulturationsprozess, der die Veranderung der kulturellen und sprachlichen Bezugssysteme Korsikas impliziert. Aus soziolinguistischer Perspektive beleuchtet dieses Buch die konfliktreiche Sprachkontaktsituation zwischen Italienisch, Franzosisch und Korsisch. Die Analyse konzentriert sich auf den Anfang des schriftsprachlichen Ausbaus des Korsischen um die Wende zum 20. Jahrhundert. Anhand von Textmaterial der Jahre 1870-1922 werden die charakteristischen Tendenzen der 'Vorausbauphase' (Heinz Kloss) herausgearbeitet. Dabei erfolgt die Beurteilung sprachinterner und texttraditionsspezifischer Aspekte des Korsischen stets mit kritischem Blick auf das Italienische - die ehemalige Leitvarietat der korsischen Sprachgemeinschaft."
Damages for Violations of Human Rights
This volume analyses the legal grounds, premises and extent of pecuniary compensation for violations of human rights in national legal systems. The scope of comparison includes liability regimes in general and in detail, the correlation between pecuniary remedies available under international law and under domestic law, and special (alternative) compensation systems. All sources of human rights violations are embraced, including historical injustices and systematical and gross violations. The book is a collection of nineteen contributions written by public international law, international human rights and private law experts, covering fifteen European jurisdictions (including Central and Eastern Europe), the United States, Israel and EU law. The contributions, initially prepared for the 19th International Congress of Comparative law in Vienna (2014), present the latest developments in legislation, scholarship and case-law concerning domestic causes of action in cases of human rights abuses. The book concludes with a comparative report which assesses the developments in tort law and public liability law, the role of the constitutionalisation of the right to damages as well as the court practice related to the process of enforcement of human rights through monetary remedies. This country-by-country comparison allows to consider whether the value of protection of human rights as expressed in international treaties, ius cogens and in national constitutional laws justifies the conclusion that the interests at stake should enjoy protection under the existing civil liability rules, or that a new cause of action, or even a whole new set of rules, should be created in national systems.
Globalization and Sovereignty
Examines the way in which globalisation has affected our thinking about sovereignty, human rights, law and legitimacy.
The Scandal of Empire
The Scandal of Empire reveals that the conquests and exploitations of the East India Company were critical to England's development in the eighteenth century and beyond. In this powerfully written critique, Nicholas Dirks shows how the empire projected its own scandalous behavior onto India itself. By returning to the moment when the scandal of empire became acceptable, we gain a new understanding of the modern culture of the colonizer and the colonized and the manifold implications for Britain, India, and the world.
Critical analysis of the historic anti-Semitism of France through the lens of Jean-Paul Sartre's philosophy.
The Carolingian World
A comprehensive and accessible survey of the great Carolingian empire, which dominated western Europe in the eighth and ninth centuries.
Secrecy and Silence are second nature to Marcello Clerici, the hero of The Conformist, a book which made Alberto Moravia one of the world's most read postwar writers. Clerici is a man with everything under control - a wife who loves him, colleagues who respect him, the hidden power that comes with his secret work for the Italian political police during the Mussolini years. But then he is assigned to kill his former professor, now in exile, to demonstrate his loyalty to the Fascist state, and falls in love with a strange, compelling woman; his life is torn open - and with it the corrupt heart of Fascism. Moravia equates the rise of Italian Fascism with the psychological needs of his protagonist for whom conformity becomes an obsession in a life that has included parental neglect, an oddly self-conscious desire to engage in cruel acts, and a type of male beauty which, to Clerici's great distress, other men find attractive. From the Trade Paperback edition.
A History of Civilizations
The French historian takes an anti-ethnocentric look at the broad, continuing sweep of the history of civilization since the eighth century. By the author of The Structures of Everyday Life.