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
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Edited by Carole Christen, Laurent Besse
Histoire de l'éducation populaire, 1815-1945
Perspectives françaises et internationales
Histoire et civilisations
The history of Popular Education (Non Formal Education) has aroused research work for thirty years but yet no review of this work has been published. 28 contributions dealing with France, other European countries and Quebec focus on the complex relationship to school, gender and the political dimension of Popular Education.



Nicole Dupont-Pierrart
Claire de Gonzague Comtesse de Bourbon-Montpensier (1464-1503)
Une princesse italienne à la cour de France
Histoire et civilisations
Claire de Gonzague grew up in the marquis of Mantoue's refined court. Then, the got married with Count Gilbert Bourbon-Monpensier in 1481, cousin of King Charles VIII. She played a key role there by being a patron of art, welcoming artists and italian refugees in her Aigueperse castle in Auvergne. After the death of her husband during Italian war



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.



Alain Lottin
La révolte des Gueux
en Flandre, Artois et Hainaut
Histoire et civilisations
From 1565 till 1569, a major rebellion took hold of the Flandre, Hainaut and Artois provinces. Noblemen came together and militated against the policies led by the king of Spain, Philip II, and his ministers. Soon, the rebels were given the nickname "Les Gueux" (or beggars), a derogatory term which they yet proudly reclaimed.



Jérôme Krop
Les fondateurs de l'école républicaine
La première génération des instituteurs sous la IIIe République
Histoire et civilisations
The historical analysis of the case files for both male and female primary school teachers who started their careers in the Seine district between 1870 and 1886 shows a much more diverse picture of the teaching profession than the one conveyed by the clichés of that time.



Edited by Pascale Mormiche, Stanis Perez
Histoire et civilisations
If French court is a classical subject in modern history, birth and early childhood in the curial environment constitute rare specifical research topics through the available academic works. However, many archives make possible to reconstitute what happens around the pregnant queens or princesses.



Edited by Nacima Baron, Stéphane Boissellier, François Clément, Flocel Sabaté
Histoire et civilisations
The limits and borders are not an erudite or formal story. Humans are always affected and delimited by the local jurisdictional boundaries (popular communities, lordships and parishes) and the air of influence linked to urban communities



Edited by Dominique Herbet, Hélène Miard-Delacroix, Hans Stark
Histoire et civilisations
Germany is often and alternately accused of practicing a hegemonic policy towards its neighbors or too great restraint in foreign policy. This book proposes a nuanced picture of different aspects of German influence and restraint in the last decades.



Edited by Hubert Bonin, Bouneau Christophe
Paris-Bordeaux en train
Les trois étapes de la modernité ferroviaire 1844-2016
Histoire et civilisations
Each big railway network exemplified modernity, for the building works, the equipments, technologies and financing, as an adventure of progress! The connection between Paris and Bordeaux is thus valued thanks to this history from the 1840s till the present arguments about the profitability of the new high speed line (LGV), to be opened in 2017.



Stéphane Lembré
La guerre des bouches
Ravitaillement et alimentation à Lille 1914-1919
Histoire et civilisations
How do the civilians face the supplies' disruption during the military occupation of Lille by the German army? To answer this question, the survey has to concern social relationships and redistribution of the powers, from 1914 until 1919, in a context of dramatic hardships and daily fears after the beginning of the war.



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