French Historians 1900-2000: New Historical Writing in Twentieth-Century France (Google eBook)

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Philip Daileader, Philip Whalen
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 16, 2010 - History - 632 pages
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"French Historians 1900-2000: The New Historical Writing in Twentieth-Century France" examines the lives and writings of 40 of France's great twentieth-century historians.

Blends biography with critical analysis of major works, placing the work of the French historians in the context of their life storiesIncludes contributions from over 30 international scholarsProvides English-speaking readers with a new insight into the key French historians of the last century

  

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Contents

FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 Introduction
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 1 Maurice Agulhon 1926
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 2 Philippe Ariès 1914 1984
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 3 Jacques Berque 1910 1995
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 4 Marc Bloch 1886 1944
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 5 Fernand Braudel 1902 1985
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 6 Michel de Certeau 1925 1986
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 7 Roger Chartier 1945
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 22 Elie Halévy 1870 1937
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 23 Paul Hazard 1878 1944
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 24 Ernest Labrousse 1895 1988
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 25 Jacques Le Goff 1924
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 26 Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie 1929
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 27 Georges Lefebvre 1874 1959
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 28 Albert Mathiez 1874 1932
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 29 Roland Mousnier 1907 1993
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 8 Pierre Chaunu 1923 2009
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 9 Louis Chevalier 1911 2001
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 10 Alain Corbin 1936
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 11 Jean Delumeau 1923
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 12 Jacques Droz 1909 1998
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 13 Georges Duby 1919 1996
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 14 Bernard Faÿ 1893 1978
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 15 Lucien Febvre 1878 1956
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 16 Marc Ferro 1924
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 17 Michel Foucault 1926 1984
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 18 François Furet 1927 1997
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 19 Etienne Gilson 1884 1978
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 20 Jacques Godechot 1907 1989
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 21 Pierre Goubert 1915
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 30 Pierre Nora 1931
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 31 Mona Ozouf 1931
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 32 Michelle Perrot 1928
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 33 Henri Pirenne 1862 1935
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 34 René Rémond 1918 2007
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 35 Daniel Roche 1935
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 36 Gaston Roupnel 1871 1946
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 37 Henry Rousso 1954
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 38 Pierre de Saint Jacob 1905 1960
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 39 Henri Sée 1864 1936
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 40 François Simiand 1873 1935
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 41 Albert Soboul 1914 1982
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FRENCH HISTORIANS 19002000 42 Michel Vovelle 1933
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About the author (2010)

Philip Daileader is Department Chair and Associate Professor of History at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. His research interests are the social, religious, and cultural history of Mediterranean Europe, especially southern France and Spain, during the Middle Ages. He is the author of True Citizens: Violence, Memory, and Identity in the Medieval Community of Perpignan, 1162-1397 (2000; French translation 2004).

Philip Whalen is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Honors Program at Coastal Carolina University. His research interests are in tourism, gastronomy, and the vectors of identity formation in twentieth-century France. He is the author of Gaston Roupnel: âme paysanne et sciences humaines (2001) and is currently working on an ecological history of Burgundy's Clos de Bèze vineyards.

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