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Alain Lottin
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Caroline zum Kolk, Kathleen Wilson-Chevalier
Femmes à la cour de France
Charges et fonctions (XVe - XIXe siècle)
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Andrea Caracausi, Nicoletta Rolla, Marco Schnyder
Histoire et civilisations
The significant changes that labor is experiencing in recent years have encouraged historical studies on the precariousness and flexibility of work. Far from being a prerogative of current societies, the mobility of workers has also characterized the working world of the Ancien Régime.



Edited by José Contel, Jean-Philippe Priotti
Ernest Hamy, du Muséum à l'Amérique
Logiques d'une réussite intellectuelle
Histoire et civilisations
In the second half of nineteenth century, Ernest Hamy from Boulogne-sur-Mer played a key-role in France in the development of new disciplines such as Anthropology, Archaeology, History and Museology. His discoveries and his varied works and miscellaneous, marked his tie and their reputation well beyond national borders.



Edited by Pierre-Marie Delpu, Igor Moullier, Mélanie Traversier
Le royaume de Naples à l'heure française
Revisiter l'histoire du decennio francese (1806-1815)
Histoire et civilisations
The decennio francese (1806-1815), during which South Italy was military occupied by French Army and Administration, has to be considered as a political laboratory. The Reign of Naples, directed by Joseph Bonaparte then by Joachim Murat, has been a melting pot where several experiences of modernization were tested, in a contest marked by conflicts



Philippe Marchand
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Collèges et collégiens à travers les correspondances familiales 1767-1787
Archives
The history of the colleges of Ancien Régime is known today well enough. But that do we know ambitions and logic of the parents who send their children to college? What do we know from the point of view of the children?



N. A. M. Rodger
La Royal Navy et ses hommes
Naissance d'un modèle (1750-1780)
Histoire et civilisations
Nicholas Rodger presents us with an insider's view of the modus operandi of the Royal Navy which relentlessly fought against the French Navy during the XVIIIth century.



Edited by Elisabeth Belmas, Serenella Nonnis-Vigilante
L'orchestration de la mort
Les funérailles, des temps modernes à l'époque contemporaine
Histoire et civilisations
If the history of death has given rise to many and great works for the last forty years, the history of the fate reserved for the dead body remains little known.



Olivier Ryckebusch
Histoire et civilisations
The obligation made for people of law to lead the beggars in the prisons of the closest city raises the question of the confinement in the big cities of the provinces of the North. In France, the royal State believes to remedy these difficulties by the edict of June, 1662 ordering the creation of a general hospital in every city of the kingdom. The



Edited by Anne Conchon, Hélène Noizet, Michel Ollion
Histoire et civilisations
The recent creation of the metropolis of the Grand Paris, whose area is the same since 1860, encourages to an historial reflexion about the limits of the town, which is at the center of the biggest urban region in Europe since the Middle Ages.



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