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Vincent Chai
« Les Satisfaits »
Guizot et sa majorité à la Chambre des députés (1846-1848)
Histoire et civilisations
The revolution of 1848 had political origins: the rejection of electoral reform by King Louis-Philippe and his minister Guizot. However, under the July Monarchy, the Chamber of Deputies also had its say. The deputies were appointed by a minority of censitary voters and placed their trust in the king's ministers. It turned out that in 1846, the ...

Christine Focquenoy Simonnet
Les surveillants généraux (1847-1970)
Entre figures littéraires et profils historiques
Histoire et civilisations
The 'surveillant général' (general supervisor) is a key character in French schools, during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In collective imagery, he appears as a strong character, firmly enforcing order and discipline in secondary schools. The research examines this myth and confronts it with historical sources. This archetype belongs to..

Ludovic Balavoine
Jan van Eyck
Als Ich Can
Histoire et civilisations
Who is Jan van Eyck? Even if the painter from the Meuse area has bequeathed major groundbreaking works, which have made him famous since the XVth century, the very incomplete sources only permit to get a glimpse of some aspects of the Flemish master and his personality. Consequently, writing about Jan van Eyck's life represents a challenge that ...

Edited by Esther Dehoux, Caroline Galland, Catherine Vincent
Des usages de la grâce
Pratiques des indulgences du Moyen Âge à l'époque contemporaine
Histoire et civilisations
This book reconsiders the question of indulgences, brought to the fore once more by the fifth centenary of Martin Luther's posting of the 95 theses in 1517. Its authors use primary sources from the Middle Ages to digital social networks to present a series of innovative studies which consider them in practice and over the long term, away from the..

Edited by Marcel Boldorf, Hervé Joly
Une victoire impossible ?
L'économie allemande pendant la Première Guerre mondiale
Histoire et civilisations
The commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the First World War gave rise to numerous publications. The economy was not forgotten, but the perspective often remained very national. This book focuses on the economy of Germany as the allies' main opponent and war loser.

Edited by Youri Carbonnier, Sophie Raux, Christophe Renaud, François Rousselle
The pont Notre-Dame was one of the most extraordinary inhabited bridges in Paris. Its history remains attached to an event: the ephemeral presentation on the façade of Gersaint's store of the famous Shopsign painted by Watteau in 1720. What did this monumental bridge look like before the destruction of its dwellings? Why did L'Enseigne de ...

Étienne Sauthier
Proust sous les tropiques
Diffusion, réceptions, appropriations et traduction de Marcel Proust au Brésil (1913-1960)
Histoire et civilisations
"Every reader, as he reads, is actually the reader of himself." What if this statement made by Marcel Proust could also apply to the collective reader which the cultural reception field is, within the context of cultural transfer?

Edited by Maria Fusaro, Colin Heywood, Mohamed-Salah Omri
Histoire et civilisations
Introducing the reader to the latest research into subjects until now studied in other Mediterranean historiographical traditions so as to reassess some aspects of the socio-economic and cultural history of the early modern Mediterranean with reference to Fernand Braudel's legacy.

Edited by Jérôme Krop, Corinne Vezirian
Le massacre d'Ascq, 1er avril 1944
Enseigner un traumatisme de l'histoire
The Ascq killing of April 1, 1944 left a deep mark on the memory and history of WWII in the North France. It remains today an issue of memorial transmission that school history teaching cannot ignore.

Edited by Noriko Berlinguez-Kôno
La genèse des études japonaises en Europe
Autour du fonds Léon de Rosny de Lille
Histoire et civilisations
To what extent can we explain the genesis of Japanese studies as well as the nineteenth century intellectual landscape through Léon de Rosny (1837-1914) or even through his own collection kept in Lille? What epistemological filiations with Orientalism and the idea of progress? How do the documents kept by Rosny tell us about the circulation of know

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