Collection : Histoire et civilisations

Series supervised by Michel Leymarie.

This series is concerned with individual and collective historical studies of the medieval, modern and contemporaries eras. With already 140 titles in its catalogue, it puts forwards the various historical methods but never favors one over the other. Studies pertaining to urban or rural history, demographic, economic, social, political, cultural or religious history, biographies and historical essays are amongst the ever-growing and wide-ranging panel of works in this series.

• ISSN : 12845655
1 2 3 4 5 6 >>>
    sort list by title

Stéphane Lebecq
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Guillaume Cuchet, Charles Mériaux
Histoire et civilisations



Thomas Maissen
Histoire et civilisations
With his compact history of Switzerland, the Swiss historian Thomas Maissen presents the eagerly awaited new overview. Based on the latest research results, he describes in a fluid style the origins of the Swiss Confederation, its extraordinary continuity, but also its many cleavages up to the most recent past. Whoever wants to have the...



Edited by Véronique Castagnet, Caroline Barrera
Décider en éducation
Entre normes institutionnelles et pratiques des acteurs (du XVe siècle à nos jours)
Histoire et civilisations
This book offers a collective reflection by historians, archivists, economists and specialists in Education science on how decisions were made and implemented in the field of education since the 15th century.



Alain Lottin
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Laurent Jalabert, Julien Léonard
Histoire et civilisations
Protestantism is generally considered external to Lorraine. However, the geopolitical diversity of the Lorraine area in Early Modern Era, then its tragic partition, make this territory a place of contrasted diffusion of Protestant reforms, in their diversity.



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 Caroline zum Kolk, Kathleen Wilson-Chevalier
Femmes à la cour de France
Charges et fonctions (XVe - XIXe siècle)
Histoire et civilisations
During the Early Modern period, the court of France offered a particularly favorable arena of action to the many women who formed the entourage of queens and princesses. Drawing upon a broad variety of sources, this volume explores their functions and status in courtly society, as well as the evolving roles of women in the circles of power, from...



Edited by Vincent Chambarlhac, Véronique Liard, Fritz Taubert, Bertrand Tillier
Veilles de guerre
Précurseurs politiques et culturels de la Grande guerre
Histoire et civilisations
Wars do not break out without preparation. This book underlines unknown political and cultural warning signs that occurred during the decades preceding the year 1914.



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.



1 2 3 4 5 6 >>>
Lille 1 Lille 2 Lille 3 Université du littoral, côte d'Opale Université Valenciennes Hainaut Cambrésis Université Catholique de Lille