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Abstract: Given a compact complex manifold Y, a complex Lie group G, and a G-homogeneous space N, we wish to study the deformation theory of pairs of holomorphic immersions of the universal cover of Y into N which are equivariant for a homomorphism of the fundamental group of Y into G. The intrinsic point of view is more flexible. This volume collects papers based on the lectures given at the University of Marrakech (Morocco), Faculté des Sciences et Techniques de Guléliz, in May 2004, in the connection with a School organized by the Centre International de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées (C.

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