Query : 20th century
- Portable Antiquities Of The Netherlands47
- Portable Antiquities of the Netherlands38
- Poisson, Philippe32
- ADC ArcheoProjecten18
- Fort, Pascal15
- B.W. van Wilgen14
- Bongers, J.M.G.13
- Holl, J.13
- Broeke, E.M. ten12
- Broeke, E.M. Ten10
- De Boer, A.G.10
- Wullink, A.J.10
- Zee, R.M. Van Der10
- Zee, R.M. van der10
- de Boer, A.G.9
- Moerman, S.9
- Santos, Rogério9
- B. Marzeion8
- Exaltus, R.8
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2097
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1424
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1382
- Art and Art History1305
- Political Science1218
- Archaeology and Prehistory1121
- Gender Studies995
- Architecture and Space Management760
- Musicology and Performing Arts724
- Biological Anthropology465
- Methods and Statistics400
- Communication Sciences306
- Classical Studies255
- Environmental studies239
- Economies and Finances225
The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
The archaeological landscape of Ostia Antica. Methodological problems relating to archaeological development in the first half of the 20th century
Death and cathedrals in Provence (12th-14th century)
Relations between death and the medieval church have been explored by European historians since the beginning of the 20th century. They are here analysed within the 22 dioceses of « Provence » during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. Using a large and varied documentation, essentially produced by c...
AGLOS project — “History and sociology of police, criminal and penitentiary statistics, colonial statistics and medical statistics... between the 18th and 20th Century”
20 November 2017, MSHS, Espace Baietto, 2 rue Canonnelles, Lille Meeting of the AGLOS project (MESHS, IRHiS), focusing on the timeliness and renewal of historical research into the history and sociology of police, criminal and penitentiary statistics, colonial statistics and medical statistics... be...
Antiparliamentarism between continuity and change (18th century)
This volume of centuries deals with the evolution of anti-parliamentarism between the French Revolution and the 20th century in French and German spaces. By studying periods of virulent anti-parliamentarism, he highlighted the content of anti-parliamentary rhetoric, the existence of actors from a wi...
Landscaping and anti-parliamentarism in the first half of the 20th century
This article explores a often neglected aspect of studies on anti-parliamentarism in contemporary France, looking at the dissemination of this topic in the campaigns of the third Republic. In particular, he studied two “moments” of strong domestic mobilisation, the wine crises in the Belle Époque, t...
Technological uncertainty in the 20th century: societal challenge, Revue d’Histoire Moderne -Contemporaine, 59-3, July-September 2012
Revue d’Histoire Moderne -Contemporaine 59-3, July-September 2012. in bookshops: editions Belin; on the Internet: https://www.cairn.info/revue-d-histoire-moderne-et-contemporaine-2012-3.htm summary Technological uncertainty in the 20th century: societal challenge Patrick Fridenson — The history of t...
Publication of No 30 by Photographic Studies
I am pleased to announce the publication of No 30 by Photographic Studies, which published my article entitled ‘The tourist image market. The case of Mont-Saint-Michel at the end of the nineteenth century’. Summary: The industrialisation of photography production and trade accompanies the rise of th...
The multicultural window has marked Latin American history. Since 1880, the Southern Cone, as is well known, has been fuelled by multiple foreign inputs thanks to the massive influx of immigrants. Since the beginning of the 20th century, political and social conflicts on the continent have encourage...
The Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG) and its members (1910-1939): academic actors and disciplines
, most of which emerged at the beginning of the xx century, have often been perceived as conservative corporatist groups, and in particular the Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG), and as such have been made responsible for the difficulty of reforming the school disciplines they inten...
Dlettantism as an art: the case of Thomas Mann
The contribution seeks to explain the meaning and role of the terms “décadence” and “dilettantism” in the context of the considerations of a non-political one, highlighting the influence of the French cultural critic Paul Bourget and the “Vienna Essayist” Hermann Bahr. In view of the fact that the v...
Marguerite Mespoulet and Madeleine Mignon in Ireland for the Archives of the Planet: influences out of field
The 73 autochroms taken in May and June 1913 by Mesdemoiselles Mespoulet and Mignon were Ireland’s first colour photographs. It includes depictions of the habitat, costumes and peatland landscapes of the West, descriptions of traditional activities, as well as major Irish celtic and monastic monumen...
Three architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries are called ‘ideist architects’: François Garas (1866-1925), Gabriel Guillemonat (1866-1945) and Henri Provensal (1868-1934). They do not form a real group, but this qualification makes it possible to identify them: they seem to be able to be...
A crucial task for the political economy: criticism of techno-liberal innovation
This article is critical of innovation driven since the late nineties as a major societal project. The text provides two main contributions to the clarification of what is at stake in the project. The first is to argue that the innovation orientation is an economic policy of a neoliberal nature, whi...
Workshop: Sources on the history of internationalism (7. 12. 2016)
In the context of the international meeting “Liberal (Il)liberal-Internationalisms. New Paradigms for the History of the Twentieth Century”, 7th The archival workshop “Sources of the History of Internationalism” held in December 2016. It will focus on discussing the collections of two archives, whic...
A war of 200 years?
Azéma Jean-Pierre. A war of 200 years? In: Twentieth Siècle, History Review, No 5, January-March 1985. The Franco-French wars, pp. 147-154.
In Pamplona, the Parc Fluvial is emulating
Similar to most major Spanish cities, Pamplona organised its growth throughout the 20th century as high-density regular neighbourhoods, relegating the river Arga, its feeder source, to a secondary role. This situation was corrected from 1998 as a result of the establishment of the Arga Fluvial Park,...
Workshop: Health and experiences of war in the 20th century.
workshop Communications Redue Accounts: Health and experiences of war in the 20th century. This workshop took place on 3 November 2014 at the SHD in Vincennes, with the partnership of LARHRA, CRISES Montpellier III and the Historical Defence Service. Fabrice Cahen (Ined) and Adrien Minard (CHSP/Scie...
Does the Editor Know Better? The Editorial Vicissitudes of the 20th Century Polish writers
The main purpose of this article is to consider the question: Do authors always decide on the final form of their works? To explore the answer, this essay describes relations between authors and editors in chief. To this end, the essay provides some examples of the various forms this activity can ta...
Iraqi Refugees in Syria
Paper Prepared for the Migration and Refugee movements in the Middle East and North Africa. The Forced Migration & Refugee Studies Program. The American University in Cairo, Egypt. October 23-25, 2007<br />Disponible à : http://www.aucegypt.edu/ResearchatAUC/rc/cmrs/Pages/meeting.aspx Syria has host...
Literature, History and politics in the 20th century Litterature, History and politics in the 20th century: Tribute to Jean-Pierre Morel
The Passage du Gois threatened Le Passage du Gois threatened: A major project to curb the Bay of Bourgneuf during World War II
Following a long tradition of impoundment in the region, engineers from the Ponts and Chaussés proposed, in the middle of the 20th century, a complete closure of the Bourgneuf Bay on both sides: a 18.9 km north dyke, connecting the southern shore of the port of Noirmoutier, at the Ileaux jetty, at t...
Camera sciences The camera sciences: Practical activities and history of public devices
In the eyes of some contemporary authors, camera sciences appear to be a ‘success story’ of state-building. They then embody the first attempt in Europe, at the end of modern times, to systematise the study of public management and to establish a practical administration science, of which Germany wo...
The Future of Whaling Cities
In February 2019, in a cold day and with the streets of Paris, I held the interview with Bernard Toulier. Specialising in bathing culture for more than 30 years, with a long trajectory near the Department of Patrimônio and Protected Spaces of the French Ministry of Culture, Toulier is also the autho...
The status of Catholic journalist at the Assemblies of Good Press (1904-1924)
In Spain from the first third of the twentieth century, various national assemblies of Buena Press/Catholic Press took place in Seville, Zaragoza and Toledo. One of the aims of these meetings was to improve the status of Catholic journalist. To achieve this, a number of initiatives were proposed, in...