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Moret, Frédéric

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Works: 15 works in 30 publications in 2 languages and 1,338 library holdings
Genres: History  Conference papers and proceedings  Atlases  Maps  World atlases  Pop-up books  Pictorial works 
Roles: Author, Other, Opponent
Classifications: D359, 940.28
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Most widely held works by Frédéric Moret
The end of the urban ancient regime in England by Frédéric Moret( )

8 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 1,195 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Book Description: The 1835 Municipal Reform Act is both a consequence and a continuation of the 1832 Reform Act. By dealing with those "citadels of Torysm" that were the municipal corporations, the Whigs not only wanted to confirm their electoral victory, but also to reform the local system that had been largely criticised for decades. Preceding the reform, a thorough investigation was conducted by a group of twenty commissioners - young liberal or radical lawyers - who visited 285 municipal corporations in England and Wales. After public hearings, they wrote, for each borough, a detailed report which provided an accurate picture of the municipal institutions and their functioning over the preceding decades. In describing the political organisation, the administration, the legal and law enforcement functions, the reports showed that the municipal corporations were areas of privileges. Beyond the overview provided by those in favour of reform of a system at breaking point, the reports, while taking into account local situations, measured the role played in urban management by municipal corporations. After an extensive campaign and several petitions, the parliamentary debate resulted in a compromise bill that aimed at reforming only the main royal boroughs. Small towns, as well as large industrial cities, which had not been granted the royal charter of incorporation, were not affected by the reform. Though it carefully treated certain former institutions, the municipal reform fundamentally altered the way administration was run and marked the end of the urban Ancient Regime in England and in Wales. Frédéric Moret (École Normale Supérieure de Saint-Cloud 1984, Agrégation d'Histoire 1988) is Professor of History at Université Paris-Est Marne la Vallée. While completing his thesis at Université Paris 7 Denis Diderot in 1994, he studied the English and Fr++
Les Socialistes et la ville : Grande-Bretagne, France, 1820-1850 by Frédéric Moret( Book )

3 editions published in 1999 in French and held by 98 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Entre violence et conciliation la résolution des conflits sociopolitiques en Europe au XIXe siècle by Fabrice Bensimon( )

2 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Comment résoudre le conflit sociopolitique? Dans l'Europe du xixe siècle confrontée à de multiples révolutions et insurrections, régulièrement embrasée, donc, par des mouvements protestataires particulièrement violents, la question appelle des réponses variées. La violence d'état en est une, mais pas la seule, comme en témoignent les procédures de conciliation et de réconciliation qui sont mises en œuvre avant, pendant et après l'affrontement. La palette est donc large des modes de gestion de ces conflits, depuis le massacre jusqu'à la négociation, depuis l'instrumentalisation jusqu'à l'amnistie. Ce volume explore et compare ces expériences diverses dans un espace européen marqué par le modèle révolutionnaire français, mais qui produit aussi des particularismes nationaux. La persistance de ces conflits violents interroge dans sa globalité un continent qui se convertit peu à peu à la démocratie. Comment expliquer que le fusil et la barricade co-existent avec l'urne? La parole des vainqueurs impose à la fois une lecture de l'événement et une conception de la citoyenneté. C'est bien, en définitive, la question centrale de l'écriture de l'histoire que révèlent ces études de cas
The pop-up atlas of the world by François Michel( )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Agrandir Paris, 1860-1970 by Annie Fourcaut( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ville en perpétuel mouvement, Paris n'a cessé de changer de superficie. C'est au cours de la première moitié du xixe siècle, avec la construction des fortifications, que se dessinent ses limites actuelles. Pendant une vingtaine d'années, des territoires "suburbains" compris entre le mur des Fermiers généraux et le nouveau mur entourent la capitale. Leur annexion, à partir du 1er janvier 1860, permet l'émergence d'un Paris agrandi, intégré et, pour partie, encore en devenir. La Troisième république poursuit les projets d'aménagement et d'intégration des arrondissements périphériques commencés sous la préfecture du baron Haussmann. L'annexion pose en termes nouveaux la question de la banlieue, des seuils de la ville et celle des rapports de la capitale dilatée avec ses périphéries. La banlieue, qui s'étend au-delà des fortifications et de la "zone", est alors livrée à elle-même et ignorée par la puissance publique. La décision de 1860 favorise et oriente la croissance urbaine de l'agglomération en moyenne durée, jusqu'à la fin de la Troisième république. Le "cycle haussmannien" s'achève aux alentours de la seconde guerre mondiale pour faire place à l'âge de la métropolisation. sont alors posés les fondements du débat actuel sur le grand Paris. Agrandir Paris analyse cette histoire à la lumière des expériences provinciales et européennes
Socialisme et utopie by Madeleine Rebérioux( Book )

5 editions published in 2000 in French and Undetermined and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Socialisme et utopies de Babeuf à Jaurès by Madeleine Rebérioux( Visual )

2 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'hôpital des Enfants malades de Paris, 1802-1914 : du soin maternel à la pédiatrie by Marianne Baroni( )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The hospital “les Enfants malades” of Paris was opened in May 1802; it was the first children's hospital in the world. The first year, it accommodated 2,229 children (with 300 beds), and the death rate was 21, 5%. The next years it was around 25%. At the turn of the century (1802-1810), the average time of hospitalization was more than 80 days, and yearly expenses were around 200,000 francs. A hospital bed cost about 500 francs. A century later, in 1913, the hospital “les Enfants malades” of Paris admitted 8,945 children (with 600 beds), that is to say five times more than the period 1802-1803. Yet other children's hospitals were built: Trousseau in 1854, Hérold and Bretonneau in 1901. The death rate was 13, 74%, half that of the beginning of the century. This was a significant reduction, but this figure was still too high. Before 1880 children below the age of two years were not admitted to the hospital. The death rate amongst this age group was considerable. After 1880 all children up to the age of fifteen were admitted. The hospitalization time fell (around 23 days), the expenses rose steeply: 1,400,000 francs in 1913 and each hospital bed cost 2,200 francs.The foundation of the hospital “les Enfants malades” of Paris allowed children to be treated separately from the adults. Treating children separately from adults was good for their emotional wellbeing. Better observation of infantile diseases and appropriate treatment were given thanks to this institution. Great doctors (Guersant, Trousseau, Roger, Grancher, Variot, Marfan, Hutinel) practiced and developed new treatments, both curative and preventive, and made great progress in infantile medicine. New ways of thinking about children and the advancement of science facilitated the hospital's change: transformation of hospital wards, the creation of laboratories and libraries, additional funding, improvement of working conditions and nurses' training schools, and the separation of the church and state.The population of hospital les “Enfants malades” appertained to the poorer classes, sick, ill-fed, and ill-clothed children. The institution tried to save them. In 19th century, the main infantile diseases were infectious diseases. The study of smallpox, scrofula, cholera, diphtheria and gastro-enteritis were the main conditions treated throughout the century. Administration (money), physicians (science) and families (confidence) have had a fundamental part in the evolution of children's hospitalization. So, it passed from maternal care to include pediatrics
Penser et construire l'urbain en Angleterre et en France au XIXe siècle by Frédéric Moret( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Socialismes et utopies de Babeuf à Jaurès( )

1 edition published in 2001 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les socialistes anglais et la question de l'habitat collectif dans la première moitié du XIXe siècle by Frédéric Moret( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

ROBO4v dans des cellules métastatiques de cancer du sein, étude d'un variant protéique issu d'une transcription alternative by Loïc Gaweda( )

1 edition published in 2021 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bien que les progrès en matière de dépistage et de thérapie permettent une prise en charge toujours plus efficace des cancers du sein, ils représentent toujours la première cause de mortalité par cancer chez la femme. Le développement de métastases osseuses fait partie des complications les plus fréquentes dans ces cancers, affectant plus de 70% des patientes à un stade avancé. Les traitements actuels ne sont que palliatifs. Comprendre les mécanismes moléculaires régulant l'ancrage précoce des cellules tumorales à l'os est donc d'un intérêt sanitaire majeur. Une analyse transcriptomique comparative entre la lignée de cancer du sein triple négatif MDA-MB-231 métastasant dans différents organes chez la souris et une sous-population de cette lignée, nommée B02, métastasant spécifiquement à l'os, a mis en évidence une surexpression de ROBO4, un récepteur transmembranaire faisant partie de la famille des récepteurs de guidage axonal Roundabout (ROBO), connue pour jouer un rôle dans l'angiogenèse, le maintien de l'intégrité vasculaire ainsi que dans l'ancrage des cellules souches hématopoïétiques à la moelle osseuse. De précédentes études au laboratoire ont démontré l'existence de deux isoformes de ROBO4 dans les cellules endothéliales : ROBO4s, une forme de 160 kDa décrite dans la littérature, et ROBO4v, nouvellement découverte, de 92 kDa. Les cellules de cancers du sein expriment également ROBO4, mais ne produisent, que ROBO4v. Un séquençage des ARNm totaux a mis en évidence une incroyable diversité de transcrits pouvant expliquer l'origine de ce nouveau variant, impliqué dans les interactions entre cellules tumorales. Dans ce contexte, nous avons démontré un lien entre la présence de ROBO4 dans les cellules tumorales et leur expression d'ICAM-1, impliquée dans les interactions cellulaires et la différenciation des ostéoclastes. Ces résultats permettent ainsi de mieux comprendre le rôle de ROBO4 dans la formation de métastases osseuse
Habest habiter l'Est parisien d'hier à aujourd'hui by Frédéric Moret( )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les Socialistes et la ville, 1890-1914 : actes de la journée d'études de Montreuil( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La Zone et les zoniers de Paris, approches spatiales d'une marge urbaine (1912-1946) by Anne Granier( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Paris Zone was a 250m wide piece of land surrounding the capital where no one could live. Almost since 1850, this interdiction was not respected. In 1912, two agreements between Paris and the French State were signed. A law followed on the 19 april 1919 which proclaimed the reclassification of the zone, its transfer to Paris and the maintenance of an interdiction to build (« servitude non aedificandi ») because of health. Paris had to expropriate the zone. This thesis studies the history of the parisian ownership of the zone with the help of various materials (maps, census, aerial photographs etc.), most often studied in a geographical information system (GIS). The reclassification argument and the history of the zone construction are studied first, then the expropriation texts and procedures are considered. Far from the dream of a neutral space which ran through the Parisian administration, the expropriation process discriminated between people and places. The zone was not monotonous and its uses were varied (though or precarious building, industries, storage zones, vegetable gardens etc.). If the thesis aims to find some great logics of organization, often linked with the « banlieue » urbanization, other criterions can explain the destiny of a piece of land. The attractivity of the zone for its inhabitants is especially studied since the zone enabled very modest people to become owner of their house and to gain access to a form of spaciousness. Zone and Zoniers were necessarily on the margins, the very expropriation process leading to great insecurity and an accelerated decay of the constructions, especially during the few months before the evacuation. If this disqualification was original because of the interdiction to build and implied a forced precariousness, both material and temporal, it grew during the interwar. Indeed, the population changed. « Newcomers » did not motivate the same discourses of protection than the « petits zoniers », at the beginning of the century. Besides, the development nearby, in the HBM of the fortification, of a planned and controled urbanity, contrasted deeply with the zoniers' way of life, judged non-urban or mis-urban. Thus, almost every rehousing policy, an essential problematic in the slums resorption, was abandonned because of the so-called inadequation of the zoniers to the city and to urban values, but also because of the financial cost
 
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