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.

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Stéphane Lebecq
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by José Contel, Jean-Philippe Priotti
Ernest Hamy, du Muséum à l'Amérique
Logiques d'une réussite intellectuelle
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 Delphine Carrangeot, Bruno Laurioux, Vincent Puech
Histoire et civilisations
This collective approach to the study of Court ceremonies and rituals from the time of the Roman Empire to the Baroque era (early 17th century) makes a significant contribution to the study of the emergence of European court culture as a whole.



Edited by Jean-François Condette
La Guerre des cartables (1914-1918)
Élèves, étudiants et enseignants dans la Grande Guerre en Nord-Pas-de-Calais
Histoire et civilisations
Between 1914 and 1918, the Nord and Pas-de-Calais geographical areas met numerous difficulties. About 70% of the Nord and 25% of the Pas-de-Calais had to face a strong German occupation. On the west part of the front line, the territory became a strategic place for the allied armies, landing on Calais, Boulogne and Dunkerque. With such terrible...



Edited by Agnès Callu
Histoire et civilisations



Edited by Xavier Boniface, Jean Heuclin
Diocèses en guerre (1914-1918)
L'Église déchirée entre Gott mit uns et le Dieu des armées
Histoire et civilisations
The Great War tore the Roman Catholic Church: in both camps, it used the same religious references to legitimate the conflict. In the occupied dioceses, the confrontation of soldiers and civilians, churchgoers and priests of opposite nations maintained representations which were forbidding any real dialogue.



Edited by James Connolly, Emmanuel Debruyne, Élise Julien, Matthias Meirlaen
En territoire ennemi
Expériences d'occupation, transferts, héritages (1914-1949)
Histoire et civilisations
Living through a military occupation also means living with the enemy. The contributions presented here examine this idea, in 1914-18 just as in 1939-45 or during the periods of 'leaving wars'; in France and Belgium just as in Poland, Central Africa, or Germany. Between dialogue and power struggles, occupiers and occupied alike adapted to a ...



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.



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