The Center for Historical Studies (Centre de Recherches Historiques, CRH) was established in 1949 by Fernand Braudel and is a joint institute of both the EHESS and the CNRS (UMR 8558).

It fosters research spanning all historical periods (from the Ancient World until today) and different geographical areas, and it emphasizes shared concerns about the “longue durée”, a reflection on social histo

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Knowledge networks in rural Europe since 1700

mercredi 27 août 2014

The aim of this conference is to unravel the mechanisms of knowledge production, diffusion and reception in the agricultural sector and in the countryside. It aims specifically at fueling research and critical reflection on rural knowledge from an innovative and promising perspective, namely that of networks. According to the sociologists Van Dijk and Castells, we live nowadays in a ‘network society’ steered by new means of communication and spreading of knowledge. It will be reveali(...)

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26th Seminar of economic and social history. Social and geographical mobility in the history of rural societies

mercredi 02 juillet 2014

The seminar aims to bring together research that analyses social and geographical mobility processes in different moments of history, from the Middle Ages to the present. In their presentations, the researchers will analyse the connection between social and economic changes and changes in residence and will explore new methodologies to analyse this relationship. Research on changes in residence associated with family or marriage, as strategies of social reproduction, will also be presented. In a(...)

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España en 3D. Hispania, El Andalus, Sefarad

vendredi 27 juin 2014

Extrait : Il existe deux types demises en cohérence contradictoires qui semblent présider les débats autour de « l’identité hispanique». Soit celle-ci qui prend en considération le territoire (...)

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Légende(s) Lire et écrire des vies de saints (XVIIe - XIXe / XXe siècles)

jeudi 12 juin 2014

Journée d'études organisée par le Grihl, l'EA 174 et l'EA 3423-CRP 19.

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