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Colloquium The European internal borders: the Arrival at War (1914-1920)
The ITEM Laboratory (UPPA-Pau) and the ONAC are pleased to announce that the International Colloquium The European Domestic Fronts will take place on 19-20 November 2015: the Arrière en War (1914-1920) amphi of the Presidency. An exhibition (“Encore a strong for war!”) of original posters will be of...
Adaptation and redevelopment of sources in the Anonyme Troyana of 1490
The article goes back to the writing and reception conditions of the Anonymous Creyana of 1 490. The chronker does not just comment on or translate his sources, the sumas of Leomarte historia troyana and the Historia destructionis troiae of Guido delle Colonne. On the contrary, it enriches them with...
Africa and the mission. Old terrain, new questions with Claude Prudhomme
, around 20 authors are gathered in this book to pay tribute to historian Claude Prudhomme. Their texts set out the new landscape of missions in contemporary times, incorporating the methods and perspectives provided by this researcher, which enabled the field to emerge from missiologist studies. Fr...
Christophe Batsch, MEU-level lina Vârtejanu-Joubert (Ed.), Manières to think in Mediterranean and Eastern Antiquity
C. Batsch and Mr Vârtejanu-Joubert produced a great amount of tribute to Francis Schmidt, whose importance of work for Jewish studies was first recalled. Echoing the main interests of Francis Schmidt (historiography, comparatism and historical anthropology), the publishers gathered 15 texts from Ant...
One issue under discussion: the transformation of the Roman world and the role of the barbaric
Since Greek history, the history of Europe has often been lived as a civilisation surrounded (or even besieged) by barbaric. However, even Greece of Pericles was not insensitive to the East or the Gold of the Scythes, and Greenism is the mark of a merger between the Greeks and ‘the others’. The bag...
Notes for a history of public opinion as a category of political discourse
Analyses the history of the concept of public opinion in political discourse
Memory and history of the Great(er) War and India: from a national-imperial to a more global perspective
This essay explores memorial and historiographical aspects of British India in World War One. In India today there is little interest in either commemorating or researching the topic. In the West, there is growing interest in the contribution of Indian troops and the commemorations of the Great War...
Philology and historiography of the Christian Caucasus
Programme 2015-2016: I. The myth of Promethée: from Caucasus to Hellade. — II. The Holy Lance of Princes Prochiantz.
History “The Fabrique of History as it tells” left!
together with the Centre Georges Chevrier de Dijon, the LARHRA in Grenoble and Telemme d’Aix-Marseille, the IHTP submitted a draft ANR at the 2013 White call, which was accepted. What does this involve? Since the creation of the HDR (Decree dating from 1984), candidates for Habilitation to conduct r...
new streams on the network
Weblog history 2.0 lists various websites and discusses them in short snapshots: New streams in the network could significantly change the role of the Internet in history (keyword: Web 2.0). The added value for historical knowledge lies in harnessing collective knowledge (diversity of perspectives,...
Day of Studies Historiography and Militantisme/Historiography and Activism
This day was organised by CAS members Nathalie Dessens and Anne Stefani, EA 801, University of Toulouse II-Le Mirail. Opening/Opening is certainly subjective from the outset that Anne Stefani starts the day, describing the reasons for her interest, when she is not herself a activist, what political...
Standardisation et historiographie médicale
A miracle from Notre-Dame: the Juive de Narbonne converted. Draft and Publishing
B. Albert, Y. Friedman, S. Schwarzfuchs
A new document to be allocated to Etienne II, Bishop of Clermont (ca 950\ textendash ca 960)
“Good use of trail. Historical and legitimacy in the work of Let Tracicc”
The history of the police after Foucault. A historian pathway
Chez the historians who looked at police and law enforcement in France, the reference to Michel Foucault’s work was for a long time almost exclusively limited to Surveillance and punishment (1975). With some notable exceptions, historians either ignored the thinking of the philosopher or challenged...
Sardinia between the Iberian Peninsula and Africa is immersed in a sea of salt I d.C.-VII d.C.
The title of this contribution is inspired by a metaphor concerning the role played by Sardinia in trade routes in the western Mediterranean. Due to its location and geographical location, the island has always played a mediating role in trade, movements of people and products in the western Mediter...
France was now. Contemporaneous Micro-genealogies
In ‘Taba-Taba’ (2017) and ‘History of grandparents that I have not had’ (2012), Patrick Deville and Ivan Jablonka record the traces of a family past by enduring marelle games between history and history. These stories renew the reflection on France, modulating it (by means of a Kaleidoscope of time...
The name Machiavel
The chance, which governs just over half of our actions, put two neighbouring books, or even cousins, Léonard and Machiavel from the historian Patrick Boucheron and The Dream of Machiavel of romancier Christophe Bataille on the shelves of bookshops in autumn 2008. By discovering these two books, the...
Christophe Charle, the history and ideas of a historian
Christophe Charle is a professor of contemporary history at the University of Paris 1. He is a specialist in social history, cultural history and comparative history. He has published numerous books on the history of intellectuals, academics, writers, theatre and the press. His works include: Social...
Al-Dyân’al-mawfûr fun a’yân banla stuffed: an example of prosopographic literature
The fond Jean-René Brutsch’s archives, based in Defap at Paris, inspired this study carried out on transculturation in Cameroonian missionary context. The analysis of this concept leads to cross and to renew views on diverse modalities and forms of religiosity, which generated from the meeting betwe...
History as a style: on the Capaine fracasse
Modernity in Sudan’s historiography: agreed uses of a nebulous concept?
this article provides a critical reflection on the uses of the modernity category in contemporary Sudan historiography. Bearing in mind the conflicting distinction between analytical and normative categories, the study returns to European conceptualisations of modernity before examining its uses in...