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Polices et ordre public en France et en Angleterre (1750-1850)

Police and Public Order in France and England (1750-1850)

Les perspectives de l’historiographie contemporaine

Perspectives from current historiography

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Publié le jeudi 20 mars 2014 par Luigia Parlati

Résumé

Traditional historiography has often opposed the French police model to its English counterpart. However, for twenty years, many researchers relativized the differences of these models and focused more on the interactions between cultures of social control. Recent studies have shown the limits of approaches focused on the only national police models as well as the importance of the circulation of police knowledge and technics in the late 18th century and early 19th century. Everywhere in Europe, this period is marked by the will to reform and by reflections on the procedures for the exercise of the police. Through a panel of international researchers, the conference aims to investigate beyond the national perspective by questioning the permanence and changes in police practices on both sides of the Channel. We will ultimately highlight the major trends of contemporary historiography and identify new paths of work.

Annonce

Programme

4th of April 2014

IEA de Paris

Journée d’étude internationale organisée par Emmanuel Berger, résident à l’IEA de Paris et Axel Tixhon (Université de Namur). Inscription obligatoire sur le site de l'IEA de Paris

Matin

9h00

Introduction : Emmanuel Berger (Université de Namur - IEA de Paris) et Axel Tixhon (Université de Namur)

9h10

Peter King (Leicester University) : Immigrant Communities, the Police and the Courts in Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-century London 

Discutant: Emmanuel Berger (Université de Namur - IEA de Paris)

10h Paul Lawrence (Open University) : The Vagrancy Act of 1824 and the Power to Arrest on Suspicion

Discutant: Emmanuel Berger (Université de Namur - IEA de Paris)

10h50 : Pause café

11h10 Antoine Renglet (Université de Namur - Université Lille 3): Myths and Realities of the Antwerp Police Organization in the Napoleonic Era. New Approaches, New explanations, New perspectives? 

Discutant: Andrew Jainchill (Queen’s University-IEA de Paris)

12h00 Vincent Denis (Université Paris 1) : Being a Policeman During the French Revolution. The Police of Paris Reconsidered (1789-1799)

Discusion: Andrew Jainchill (Queen’s University-IEA de Paris)

12h50 : Déjeuner

14h30 Barry Godfrey (Liverpool University) : Policing the Industrial North of England, 1777-1880: The Control of Labour at Work and in the Streets

Discutant : Nicholas Cronk (Oxford University-IEA de Paris)

15h20 Michael Broers  (Oxford University) : The Napoleonic Gendarmerie: The state on the periphery made real.

Discutant : Nicholas Cronk (Oxford University-IEA de Paris)

16h10 Conclusion : Clive Emsley (Open University)  

Lieux

  • 17, quai d’Anjou
    Paris, France (75004)

Dates

  • vendredi 04 avril 2014

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • polices, ordre public, France, Angleterre

Contacts

  • Lisette Winkler
    courriel : lisette [dot] winkler [at] paris-iea [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Lisette Winkler
    courriel : lisette [dot] winkler [at] paris-iea [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Polices et ordre public en France et en Angleterre (1750-1850) », Journée d'étude, Calenda, Publié le jeudi 20 mars 2014, http://calenda.org/280600