883 Works


Nicolas Kühne, Anne Ledoux, Cynthia Engels & Sylvie Tetreault
Sans résumé.

Sagyouryouhou ! Un regard d’étudiant sur le 16ème congrès de la WFOT

Garry Lessard
Sans résumé.

Il chiarore che deforma – Processi deformanti nella poetica di Amelia Rosselli

Elena Carletti
The poetry of Amelia Rosselli is deeply phenomenological and stems from a tumultuous reality, a state in constant becoming. The chaos of the external reality is interiorized, and subsequently possessed, through a process of deforming filtration. This paper begins by investigating phenomenological implications in the poetics of Amelia Rosselli, which developed in line with similar approaches both in Italy, in the theories of the Gruppo ‘63, and abroad, in an essay written by Charles Olson....

La narrazione dell’Oriente e la svolta letteraria di Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso: il testo-laboratorio dei "Souvenirs dans l’exil"

Flavia Caporuscio
L’articolo analizza la svolta letteraria di Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso individuando nei "Souvenirs dans l’exil" (1850) il testo di transito che documenta una tappa fondamentale nell’evoluzione della scrittura dell’autrice. L’opera, che nasce come una raccolta di lettere inviate dall’esilio all’amica francese Caroline Jaubert, esibisce una scrittura ibrida, contrassegnata da una commistione di generi sapientemente organizzati all’interno della cornice formale della lettera privata, e si configura come un vero e proprio testo-laboratorio che presenta manifestamente al lettore...

Wellington 2013 – Of marriages and happy endings: A reading of Clotilde Masci’s "Vigilia nuziale"

Daniela Cavallaro
"Vigilia nuziale" è un dramma di Clotilde Masci (1918-1985) pubblicato e messo in scena nel 1952. La protagonista Cristina, una donna di circa trent'anni, sta per sposare un uomo che conosce appena, figlio del migliore amico di suo padre. Alla vigilia delle nozze, Cristina si accusa del furto di un anello. Dopo che la confessione del vero ladro prova l’innocenza di Cristina, i preparativi per il matrimonio riprendono come se niente fosse successo. In questo...

Interleukin-33 and vaccine vectors in virus-host balance

Daniel David Pinschewer, Benjamin Marsland, Christoph Dehio & Sandra Kallert
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2014. - Ref.: Christoph Dehio, Daniel Pinschewer, Benjamin Marsland

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B314 : Passover Haggadah, with German tranlation (Charlotte Rothschild Haggadah)

This codex was copied by Eliezer Sussman Mezeritsch and illustrated by Charlotte Rothschild (1807-1859); in addition to the Hebrew text, it contains a German translation. The Haggadah was created by the artist for her uncle Amschel Mayer Rothschild on the occasion of his 70th birthday. This is the only Hebrew manuscript known to have been illuminated by a woman. Charlotte Rothschild was inspired by Christian and Jewish works, e.g., medieval manuscripts, the biblical cycle painted...

Fully Automatic Danger Zone Determination for SBRT in NSCLC

Michael Mix, Jose Dolz, Sonja Adebahr, Alin Chirindel, Montserrat Carles, Ursula Nestle, Tobias Fechter & Matthias Schlachter
Lung cancer is the major cause of cancer death worldwide. The most common form of lung cancer is non-small cell lung cancer(NSCLC). Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) has emerged as a good alternative to surgery in patients with peripheralstage I NSCLC, demonstrating favorable tumor control and low toxicity. Due to spatial relationship to several critical organs atrisk, SBRT of centrally located lesions is associated with more severe toxicity and requires modification in dose application andfractionation,...

Utilisation d’instruments de mesure avec des personnes ayant subi un accident vasculaire cérébral : une enquête par questionnaire auprès d’ergothérapeutes en Suisse romande

Nicolas Kühne, Julia Siegenthaler, Anne Martine Bertrand & Anouk Howald
L’intérêt des instruments de mesure standardisés est reconnu en ergothérapie et plusieurs organisations professionnelles promeuvent leur utilisation. Les résultats d’études anglo-saxonnes montrent toutefois que les ergothérapeutes n’y ont pas tous recours dans leur pratique et que ceux qui en utilisent ne le font pas de manière fréquente. Les instruments de mesure étant développés et diffusés surtout en anglais, il est possible que les ergothérapeutes francophones en utilisent encore moins. Les objectifs de l’étude étaient :...

How Old Are the River Names of Europe? A Glottochronological Approach

Carsten Peust
The names of large rivers are among the diachronically most stable of all words. The present glottochronological study aims to quantify the lexical preservation rate of this set of words, more specifically of the names of the largest rivers of Europe. 210 river names are taken into consideration. Their preservation rate during the past 2000 years turns out to have been about 87%. Under the assumption that this observed rate can be extrapolated into the...

Wellington 2013 – Tastefulness: Fashion, Food, Lust and Domesticity in Matilde Serao’s "La virtù di Checchina" (1884)

Francesca Calamita
Nella cultura occidentale la relazione tra il cibo e le donne è stata sempre percepita come la metafora di qualcos’altro. Dall’episodio biblico di Eva e la mela fino alla società postmoderna, le abitudini alimentari femminili sono state interpretate non solo come manifestazione di necessari atti di nutrizione ma anche come modi per esprimere affetto, sessualità e tendenza al peccato. Allo stesso tempo, il modo di vestire è stato spesso letto, nel corso dei secoli, come...

Wellington 2013 – «There’s no place like home»: The Anxiety of Mobility in the Works of Louise DeSalvo

Bernadette Luciano
The often conflicting emotions associated with home and the tension between mobility and fixity are at the heart of autobiographical works that map Italian American writer Louise DeSalvo’s transition from working class girl to privileged «intellectual nomad» (Bruno 2002, 404). The essay is framed around the theorizing of home as a geographical space and idea and its relationship to widespread and diverse forms of mobility. Migration, exile, transnationalism, tourism, and relocation create a mobile space...

Évoluer et s'adapter

Marc-Eric Guisset & Anne Ledoux
Sans résumé.

Banknoten als sprachenpolitisches Instrument

Simon Proell
For modern states, multilingualism is not an exception, but the norm. Most states explicitly deal with the status of their languages through their (often rather sparse) legislation, while implicitly reflecting their policy through language use on official documents. Banknotes provide a link between the official policy and its common application, as they are both a document of the state as well as an object of daily use. Here, the state is responsible for bridging the...

Guide pratique de recherche en réadaptation. Un livre de Sylvie Tétreault et de Pascal Guillez

Pauline Beaupré
Sans résumé.

Bayesian Phylogenetic Inference: Select Model For Me - Submission

Saverio Vicario, Giacinto Donvito & Bachir Balech
BioVeL – Biodiversity Virtual e-Laboratory Workflow Documentation Name:Perform Short Bayesian Phylogenetic Inference Capacities Programme of Framework 7: EC e-Infrastructure Programme – e-Science Environments - INFRA-2011-1.2.1 Grant Agreement No: 283359 Project Co-ordinator: Mr Alex Hardisty Project Homepage: [http://www.biovel.eu][1] [1]: http://www.biovel.eu ## 1 Description The Pack contain 3 workflows that perform and validate bayesian phylogenetic inference that differ from the kind of input. The pack is called short because the worlflow require that the user need to...


Finn Bacall
Converts a TIFF file to a PNG file.

Poser sa question de recherche : par où commencer ?

Sylvie Tétreault
Sans résumé.

Estavayer-le-Lac, Paroisse catholique Saint-Laurent, Volume I : Antiphonarium lausannense, pars hiemalis (vol. I)

This volume is part of an antiphonary in three volumes that was produced in duplicate for the liturgy of the Collegiate Church of St. Vincent in the city of Bern shortly after the college’s founding in the years 1484/85. The manuscript contains the entire winter portion of the Temporale, of the Sanctorale and of the Commune Sanctorum according to the liturgy of the Diocese of Lausanne. The book decoration with miniatures for numerous initials is...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 9 : Liber Tobiae. Judith. Esther. Canticum Canticorum. Biblical glossary

Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus
Biblical books: Tobias (pp. 2–73), Judith (pp. 74–164), Esther (pp. 165–247), Canticum Canticorum (pp. 248–261), written by several hands that show an insular influence in parts. On pp. 264–318 there is a biblical glossary that is defective in the beginning; it is ordered according to the books of the Bible (Genesis to Sirach). Among the explanations of words, which are predominately in Latin, there are also 178 Old High German glosses. Several pages (pp. 101–104)...

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, A II 2 : Nycolaus de Lyra, Postilla super Leviticum, Numeros et Deuteronomium

Schopf Rüdiger & De Lyra Nicolaus
Postil on Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, written in 1397 by the Freiburg priest Rüdiger Schopf, decorated with 23 mostly half-page, partly colored pen and ink drawings. This manuscript is part of a multi-volume, richly illustrated copy of the Bible commentary Postilla super totam Bibliam by Nicholas of Lyra, which the secular priest Rüdiger Schopf from Memmingen created for the Carthusian Monastery of Freiburg between 1392 and 1415. In 1430 the work, to which A II...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 942 : 15th century Composite Manuscript from the Monastery of St. Gall containing, among other items, alphabetical excerpts of writings by the Church Fathers, Bonaventure’s work Soliloquium, and the 10th/11th century Consuetudines Fuldenses

Casinensis Theodemarus, Sanctus Bonaventura, Aurelius Augustinus & Thomas Ebendorfer
This composite manuscript from the Monastery of St. Gall, written and compiled by several hands in the 15th century, contains (in addition to shorter texts and numerous blank pages): excerpts in alphabetical order of Latin writings by church fathers regarding various theological concepts (De abiectione – De voto; pp. 3−179); the work Soliloquium by the Franciscan theologian and philosopher Bonaventure (1221−1274; pp. 181−266); a copy of the anonymous work Stella clericorum that was often adopted...

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