The following is a list of all disambiguation pages on Mondothèque.
A page is treated as a disambiguation page if it contains the tag __DISAMBIG__ (or an equivalent alias).

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  1. Biblion may refer to:

  2. Cultural Institute may refer to:

  3. L'EVANGELISTE may refer to:

  4. L'UTOPISTE may refer to:

    • Paul Otlet, documentalist, universalist, internationalist, indexalist. At times considered as the 'father of information science', or 'visionary inventor of the internet on paper'
    • Le Corbusier, architect, universalist, internationalist. Worked with Paul Otlet on plans for a City of knowledge
    • Otto Neurath, philosopher of science, sociologist, political economist. Hosted a branch of Mundaneum in The Hague
    • Ted Nelson, technologist, philosopher, sociologist. Coined the terms hypertext, hypermedia, transclusion, virtuality and intertwingularity
  5. LA CAPITALE may refer to:

  6. LA MANAGER may refer to:

    • Delphine Jenart, assistant director at the Mundaneum Archive Center in Mons.
    • Bill Echikson, former public relations officer at Google, coordinating communications for the European Union, and for all of Southern, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. Handled the company’s high profile antitrust and other policy-related issues in Europe.
  7. LA MÉGA-ENTREPRISE may refer to:

    • Google inc, or Alphabet, sometimes referred to as "Crystal Computing", "Project02", "Saturn" or "Green Box Computing"
    • Carnegie Steel Company, supporter of the Mundaneum in Brussels and the Peace Palace in The Hague
  8. LA RÉGION may refer to:

    • Wallonia (Belgium), or La Wallonie. Former mining area, home-base of former prime minister Elio di Rupo, location of two Google datacenters and the Mundaneum Archive Center
    • Groningen (The Netherlands), future location of a Google data center in Eemshaven
    • Hamina (Finland), location of a Google data center
  9. LE BIOGRAPHE is used for persons that are instrumental in constructing the narrative of Paul Otlet. It may refer to:

    • André Canonne, librarian and director of the Centre de Lecture publique de la Communauté française (CLPCF). Discovers the Mundaneum in the 1960s. Publishes a facsimile edition of the Traité de documentation (1989) and prepares the opening of Espace Mundaneum in Brussels at Place Rogier (1990)
    • Warden Boyd Rayward, librarian scientist, discovers the Mundaneum in the 1970s. Writes the first biography of Paul Otlet in English: The Universe of Information: the Work of Paul Otlet for Documentation and international Organization (1975)
    • Benoît Peeters and François Schuiten, comics-writers and scenographers, discover the Mundaneum in the 1980s. The archivist in the graphic novel Les Cités Obscures (1983) is modelled on Paul Otlet
    • Françoise Levie, filmmaker, discovers the Mundaneum in the 1990s. Author of the fictionalised biography The man who wanted to classify the world (2002)
    • Alex Wright, writer and journalist, discovers the Mundaneum in 2003. Author of Cataloging the World: Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age (2014)
  10. LE DIRECTEUR may refer to:

  11. LE POLITICIEN may refer to:

  12. LE ROI may refer to:

    • Leopold II, reigned as King of the Belgians from 1865 until 1909. Exploited Congo as a private colonial venture. Patron of the Mundaneum project
    • Albert II, reigned as King of the Belgians from 1993 until his abdication in 2013. Visited LA MÉGA-ENTREPRISE in 2008
  13. Monde may refer to:

  14. Mundaneum may refer to:

  15. Urbanisme may refer to:

    • Urban planning, a technical and political process concerned with the use of land, protection and use of the environment, public welfare, and the design of the urban environment, including air, water, and the infrastructure passing into and out of urban areas such as transportation, communications, and distribution networks.
    • Urbanisme (Publication), a book by Le Corbusier (1925).

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