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Les Grands Penseurs ArabesL’Institut du Monde Arabe, lance une...

Les Grands Penseurs ArabesL’Institut du Monde Arabe, lance une série de conférences autour des grands penseurs arabes animée par Ghaleb Bencheikh.Les conférences auront lieu dans la bibliothèque de l’IMA de 19h30 à 21h00 aux dates... Lire la suite ›

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Le concept de fémonationalisme par la Docteure Sara Farris,...

Le concept de fémonationalisme par la Docteure Sara Farris, expliqué dans son livre :   'In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism’. Comment le féminisme peut rejoindre les idéologies racistes sous couvert de combat pour... Lire la suite ›

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Au cours des derniers millénaires, l'histoire du monde a été...

Au cours des derniers millénaires, l'histoire du monde a été propulsée par les forces de quatre civilisations prédominantes: chinoise, indienne, arabe et européenne. Alors que ces quatre civilisations ont développé leurs propres identités... Lire la suite ›

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Nouvel Article sur le Monde Arabe (traduction) from ocremagazine...

Nouvel Article sur le Monde Arabe (traduction) from ocremagazine on Vimeo.Petite vidéo illustrative pour la traduction d'un article intitulé “L'exception arabe au 21e siècle”. Lire la suite ›

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وفاةُ شيخنا العالم المفسر المنطقي اللغوي الفقيه الشافعي،...

وفاةُ شيخنا العالم المفسر المنطقي اللغوي الفقيه الشافعي، الخطاط، سماحة المفتي د. أحمد سعيد اللدن، غفر الله له وتقبله في الصالحين. Le Dr. Ahmad... Lire la suite ›

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Painting by Abdelkader Hamche

Painting by Abdelkader Hamche

Painting by Abdelkader Hamche Lire la suite ›

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Woman from Sétif by Bovis Marcel © RMN - Gestion droit...

Woman from Sétif by Bovis Marcel © RMN - Gestion droit...

Woman from Sétif by Bovis Marcel © RMN - Gestion droit d'auteur Marcel Bovis Lire la suite ›

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“Harvest of dates in Touggourt” by Marie Elisabeth...

“Harvest of dates in Touggourt” by Marie Elisabeth...

“Harvest of dates in Touggourt” by Marie Elisabeth Aimée Lucas-Robiquet, a French Orientalist artist, member of the Salon of the Société des Artistes Français. Lucas-Robiquet was recognized for her paintings of African and Algerian... Lire la suite ›

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“Women around a basin” by Yvonne Kleiss Herzig....

“Women around a basin” by Yvonne Kleiss Herzig....

“Women around a basin” by Yvonne Kleiss Herzig. French painter born in Algeria in 1885 (d.1968), she is the daughter of the famous artist Edouard Herzig. Known for her drawings and aquarels, her favourites subjects were animals,... Lire la suite ›

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The “imzad” typical muscial instrument exclusively...

The “imzad” typical muscial instrument exclusively...

The “imzad” typical muscial instrument exclusively feminine among the Touaregs, is now immaterial world heritage. No touch! Note the beautiful purple colour of their clothing Lire la suite ›

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Do you know Kateb Yacine? This is this marvellous Algerian...

Do you know Kateb Yacine? This is this marvellous Algerian...

Do you know Kateb Yacine? This is this marvellous Algerian writer’s family in Souk Akras. Lire la suite ›

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Empreintes by Mohamed Demis. Only emotions

Empreintes by Mohamed Demis. Only emotions

Empreintes by Mohamed Demis. Only emotions Lire la suite ›

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And this is how we dress in Algeria

And this is how we dress in Algeria

And this is how we dress in Algeria Lire la suite ›

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This is unfortunately not a drawing for a novel cover. 43 years...

This is unfortunately not a drawing for a novel cover. 43 years...

This is unfortunately not a drawing for a novel cover. 43 years ago, Al-Aqsa was burning. On Thursday 21st 1969, a fire burnt one third of the beloved mosque. The Salaheddine’s minbar, built in the wood without any spikes or other... Lire la suite ›

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Let’s go back hundreds of years in the past. We’re...

Let’s go back hundreds of years in the past. We’re...

Let’s go back hundreds of years in the past. We’re in 1258, and the queen of the Muslim world is completely destroyed by the Mongols led by Hulagu. Whilst the population is carefully massacred, the last caliph Al Mutazim is put to... Lire la suite ›

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Algerian women, 1875 in Constantine
If the scene is clearly not...

Algerian women, 1875 in Constantine If the scene is clearly not...

Algerian women, 1875 in Constantine If the scene is clearly not spontaneous, our eyes will wander on their authentic traditional costume, recalling the Algiers style and infamous sarouel Lire la suite ›

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“ Woman in an oriental setting, Algiers”, 1880.  ...

“ Woman in an oriental setting, Algiers”, 1880.  ...

“ Woman in an oriental setting, Algiers”, 1880.   Because they wanted new inspirations, through new models, romantic artists and romantic writers were seduced by the powerful feeling of change of scenery. In this “Orient”, they... Lire la suite ›

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This picture was taken on 1st July 1962, day of the...

This picture was taken on 1st July 1962, day of the...

This picture was taken on 1st July 1962, day of the self-determination referendum. It was approved by 75.0% of voters overall in France and 69.5% in Algeria. Voter turnout was 92.2%.(wikipedia) After 132 years of colonisation, Algeria made... Lire la suite ›

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Entrance to the bain maure by Jules Van Biesbroeck
Belgian,...

Entrance to the bain maure by Jules Van Biesbroeck Belgian,...

Entrance to the bain maure by Jules Van Biesbroeck Belgian, Jules Van Biesbroeck starts painting at 15 years old, and then goes to Italy, to paint the local aristocracy in Palerma. He discovers Algeria in 1927, and fascinated by the light,... Lire la suite ›

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Oriental Landscape
 Born in Algiers in 1872, died in Paris in...

Oriental Landscape Born in Algiers in 1872, died in Paris in...

Oriental Landscape Born in Algiers in 1872, died in Paris in 1956, he was a sculptor, architect, lithograph, painter and many other artistic talents. He is the author of the Cariatides and the Pediment of the Bank of Algeria in Algiers. Lire la suite ›

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