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Statements of commitments: 1954-1962 in the Rise, from 15 March to 9 June 2012
19 March 1962-19 March 2012. The celebration of the fiftieth of the Evian agreements and the Algerian independence, proclaimed on 5 July 1962, give rise to numerous events. In Lyon and Villeurbanne, two exhibitions carried out by the Grand Ensemble Association give French support to Algerians at war...
Indianisation and depoliticisation of the victims of the war in Peru. The example of the OOW Memorial
The OOW Memorial was made a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru (1980-2000). He is the work of artist Lika Mutal in coordination with various human rights activists and is a continuation of the work carried out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). The anniversa...
Clio into question : metahistorical drama in Spain (1980-2010)
In the context of postmodernism, history writing has become a crucial issue. Called “epistemological turn” by historians and “metahistorical fiction” by writers, such a tendency is the proof of a “metahistorical awareness” which arises nowadays in Western societies as a whole, inviting to consider h...
The Russian-Lithuanian wars (XVI-XVIIe) between the sources of the time and today’s historians
Resumer Lorench describe the wars, historians do not fail to impresse and emouse their auditors by reporting on the suffering inflicted on civilians. In most cases, they simply reproduce their sources, creating anger, indignation and chagrin. These stories are undoubtedly based on real facts. But ar...
A Biography of the Trousered Munitions Women’s Uniform of World War 1
This chapter provides an overview of the search for a surviving example of the trousered uniform of the ‘munitionettes,’ as women munitions workers were known in WW1. Looking at the reaction to women wearing a masculinised garment and arguments of emancipation surrounding uniform, this research has...
Memories of the Great War collectors: know how to save and transmit
“I am happy to tell you, because I have never been asked to do so”. Armeniographies of conscripts in Algeria
There are testimonies of the Algerian war seen and experienced by the contingent soldiers: novels, memories, films, photographic reports, comic strips. Are these various documents self-explanatory or not? In most cases, they are not in the strict sense [...]. Moreover, it is likely that they will ha...
Become a descendant of the defeat of the Spanish war. Memory break and report to politics
‘titrebSummary’/titrebSince the late 1990s, a saturated memory of civil war (36-39) crosses Spanish public space. This situation is partly caused by ‘movements for the recovery of historical memory’, a nebulous association claiming the duty of memory of the defeat. The field study of the actions, re...
Eddy Weetaltuk. EA 422. An Inuit, from the toundra to the Korean war
Weetaltuk, Eddy, with the collaboration of Thibault Martin, Un Inuit, from the toundra to the Korean war, Paris, North Carnets, 2009, 383 p. War War is a particularly important event in the construction of the indigenous movement. As Martin notes in the two articles concluding this biography, war is...
Memories divided: Resistance and war against civilians in Italy
The article presents the research carried out in Italy over the last decade on what has been called “the divided memory of Resistance”. The act of founding and legitimising the Italian Republic born after the war, the Resistance was fixed in an image of Épinal, which celebrated the unity of the Ital...
The image of nobility in the Auguste History
The nobility (nobilitas) is one of the groups that structure the social vision of Auguste history. Like all the sources of Bas-Empire, its definition varies between two poles, the statutory vision, assimilating nobility to the Senate, and the family sense, limiting this group to descendants of consu...
From the FLM to the FULRO, a South Indocrean minority struggle — reading CR by P.E. Bachelet
The issue of the participation of Central and South Vietnam minorities in the Second Indochine War has long been surrounded by grey areas; it has also been manipulated and partly concealed by the Vietnamese authorities and the Americans. In his book Du FLM to FULRO, Po Dharma seeks to clarify this s...
¿Verdugo, héroe o víctima? Memorias de un rondero campesino ayacuchano (Perú)
Intellectual peasant, political leader and founder of the militia of Ocros in the 1980s, the Zorro is an emblematic figure of the vicissitudes and ambiguities intrinsic to the internal armed conflict. The heroic narrative he built of himself and its role in this period articulates political and reli...
“We are Peruvian and clean” Speeches and practices around the “El Ojo que Llora” monument in Llinque, Apurímac
On 3 July 2008, a monument to the victims of the Peruvian internal armed conflict was inaugurated in the rural community of Llinque (Apurímac). This article analyses how the communes of Llinque evoke and build the past in the present and through this monument. In the face of the official history of...
Dr Lê Văn Chỉnh
M. le Docteur Lê Văn Chỉnh, né à Hanoi en 1879. A suivi les cours de l’École Coloniale de Paris en 1897. Désigné comme répétiteur à l’École de Médecine de l'Indochine en 1902, il a été reçu Médecin indigène en 1907. Retourné à Paris en 1909, il a obtenu en 1910 le diplôme de Médecin Colonial de l'Un...
"La Fonte Ardennaise et ses marchés. Histoire d’une PME familiale dans un secteur en déclin, 1926-1999"
Annette Becker, Messagers of the disaster, Raphael Lemkin, Jan Karski and the genocides
Professor in contemporary history at the University of Paris-Nanterre, Annette Becker extensively studied World War I, in its excesses and horrors, and also devoted her research to genocides in the second half of the 20th century. these massacres, which Raphael Lemkin specifically called “genocide”....
Introduction to: Théodore Labourieu, Organisation of Artistic Labour in France, Paris, E. Dentu and the Centrale, 1863
These extracts from texts follow on from the chapter ‘Legal unit and social value of arts applied at the dawn of industrialisation’, in L’Art social in France. From the Revolution to the Great War, under Dr N. McWilliam, C. Méneux, J. Ramos, Rennes, PUR, 2014, pp. 79-94. The introduction and choice...
War and Peace in Hadrien Memory
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Preface: Cultural transformations. How people’s values are changing the world?
preface to the book by Ronald Inglehart, ‘Cultural transformations. How people’s values change the world? ", University Presses of Grenoble (PUG), Open Political Course. Translated from English by Camille and Marie-Christine Hamidi. This book, first published in English at Cambridge University Press...
Looking ahead to Aros, a reading of the contact details of John Brandane’s My Lady of Aros
After the First World War, John Brandane was actively involved in the foundation of the Scottish National Theatre in 1920-1921: he writes dramatic or comic materials, necessarily dealing with Scottish subjects, using, as a background, the island of Aros of his novel, My Lady of Aros, (1910).This stu...
Nguyen Ky Nguyen: Saigon after 1975 — A forgotten story [published]
[ndlr] Paru in December 2013. Publisher presentation and overview on Google Books. The author, born in 1959 in Saigon, lived with his youth during the most violent period of war, that of the 1972 offensive leading to the Paris Conference, until the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. This book tells us...
Près de 25 ans après la chute du Mur de Berlin, voici la première biographie du principal « tombeur » du communisme, Mikhaïl Gorbatchev, réalisée par un des meilleurs spécialistes européens de cet épisode, fascinant et mal connu, de notre histoire récente. Vingt-cinq ans après la chute du Mur de Ber...
Chinese workers during the Great War in France: sacrificed life memories