05 mai 2015

Les Mu’allaqât ou les sept poèmes préislamiques - Traduction et commentaires de Pierre Larcher. Préface d’André Miquel

Si ces sept grands poèmes préislamiques sont célèbres, et reconnus comme la source de toute la poésie arabe, il n’existe que peu de traductions intégrales et cohérentes, et elles ne sont pas sans reproche : trop éloignées du texte ou trop universitaires. C’est pourquoi Pierre Larcher, linguiste reconnu, professeur à Aix-en-Provence, a entrepris cette traduction intégrale, annotée et commentée, que son maître André Miquel salue dans sa préface comme un événement : rigoureusement fidèle au texte, et donc au sens, par le recours aux nombreux commentaires qu’en ont fait les poètes arabes au cours des siècles, Larcher a cependant su garder le rythme, les sonorités sauvages de ces chants de nomades.

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Les immémoriaux, Fata Morgana, Saint-Clément de Rivière, 2e édition 2015 [1re édition 2000], 136 p.

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Cost of education rises double that of inflation

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University group calls for deeper business links to research

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Last week the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) called for a new measure of industry participation in university research based on the dollars spent by business in research projects. It contends that its approach is simple and can use existing information. More...

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Alternatives to higher education needed, expert group advises

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Peter Cassells told an Oireachtas committee the demand for higher education was set to grow by 30 per cent in the next decade.
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Warning on loss of part-time students

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Peter Horrocks is calling for part-time higher education to be made a much higher priority.
There has been a 37% decline in UK part-time students in the past five years, Mr Horrocks says. More...

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The EU has a goal of 40 percent of people completing a higher-level course

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Women have benefited the most from this increasing trend, as 42.3 percent have now been university educated or completed a course at a higher technical education institution, up to last year. Read more...

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Greek government raids research funds to pay public salaries

By . Greek scientists are angry and incredulous at what they see as a double-pronged government attack on the country's research system: the confiscation of research funding to plug a hole in Greece's ever worsening finances, and a new reform of higher education that they say will make universities more politicized and less meritocratic. More...

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Universities hail town’s regeneration by ‘graffiti’

By Paul Rigg. A town of 320 people in the mountainous area of Castellón, north-eastern Spain, has attracted considerable interest among Spanish universities because of its unique way of promoting culture and boosting economic growth. Read more...

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Stereotyping international students is unjust

By Ly Tran and Catherine Gomes. Around the world, over 4.5 million students are undertaking overseas tertiary education. There are approximately 590,000 international student enrolments in Australia by December 2014.
A recent ABC Four Corners Episode and associated comments over social media thrust international students into the spotlight. While it identified real problems of collusion, plagiarism and fraudulent overseas agents, it depicted international students as vulnerable and desperate individuals who were unprepared to cope with tertiary education in the English language. Read more...

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