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Colloque international organisé par l’université de Wuppertal (U. Planert) et l’Institut historique allemand (G. Gersmann, E. Knels) avec le soutien de la Fritz-Thyssen-Stiftung.

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Program :


Wednesday, April 18th, 2012


09.15 Welcome and Opening: Gudrun Gersmann, Director of the German Historical Institute Paris et Ute Planert, University of Wuppertal


1. Section: Western Europe


Chair: Annie Jourdan (University of Amsterdam)



  • 09.30 Annie Jourdan (University of Amsterdam): L’historiographie actuelle du Premier Empire dans sa dimension globale

  • 10.00 Jacques-Olivier Boudon (University of Paris IV-Sorbonne): La construction du système impérial: les élites de la France napoléonienne

  • 10.20 Natalie Petiteau (University of Avignon): La politisation des Français durant le Consulat et l’Empire

  • 11.00 Brecht Deseure (K.U. Leuven): Unity and Fragmentation: Recent Research Trends on the "neuf départements réunis"

  • 11.20 Johann Joor (Amsterdam): Dutch Historiography of the Napoleonic Period

  • 11.40–13.00 Discussion


2. Section: The Ibero-Atlantic Area


Chair: Hervé Drévillon (University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne)



  • 14.00 Alan Forrest (University of York): Britain and Napoleonic France: Neighbours, Rivals, Adversaries

  • 14.25 Lucia Maria Bastos Pareira des Neves (State University of Rio de Janeiro): À rebours: le Portugal, son empire et les invasions napoléoniennes

  • 14.50 Jean René Aymes (University of Paris III-Sorbonne nouvelle): Les répercussions de la guerre d’indépendance espagnole (1808-1814)

  • 15.40 Stefan Rinke (FU Berlin): "Perfidies, Robberies and Cruelties". Latin America and Napoleon in the Age of Revolutions

  • 16.10  Bernard Gainot (University of Paris I-Sorbonne): L’outre-mer et l’Empire. L’exception et la règle

  • 16.30–18.00 Discussion


Thursday, April 19th, 2012


3. Section: Northern and Eastern Europe


Chair: Ruth Leiserowitz (German Historical Institute Warsaw)



  • 09.15 Denis Sdvizkov (German Historical Institute Moskow): L’Empire d’Occident faces the Russian Empire. Inter-Imperial Transfers and their Reflections in Historiography

  • 09.35 Andrej Nieuwazny (University of Torun): Napoleon and Poland – What’s Left?

  • 09.55 Rasmus Glenthoj (University of Odense): The Napoleonic Wars and their Legacy in Denmark

  • 10.40  Bard Frydenlund (University of Oslo): The Case of Norway - Domestic Developments and External Influences on the Periphery of Napoleonic Europe

  • 11.00 Martin Hårdtstedt (Umea University): Catastrophe and Reconstruction – Sweden and the Napoleonic Wars

  • 11.20 Max Engman (Abo Akademi Turku): Finland between Sweden and Russia in the Shadow of Napoleon

  • 11.40–13.15  Discussion


4. Section: Central Europe


Chair: Michel Kerautret (EPHE Paris)



  • 14.30 Armin Owzar (University of Freiburg): Liberty in Times of Occupation. Historiography on the Napoleonic Era in Germany

  • 15.00 Andreas Würgler (University of Bern): The Emperor’s Only Republic: Switzerland 1798-1815

  • 15.40 Martin Schennach (University of Innsbruck): « Nous nous sommes constitués nation ». L’Autriche à l’époque napoléonienne

  • 16.00 Anna Maria Rao (University Federico II, Naples): L’Italie napoléonienne

  • 16.30–18.00  Discussion


Friday, April 20th, 2012


Section 5: South-East-Europe and the Mediterranean


Chair: Christian Windler (University of Bern)



  • 09.15 Peter Vodopivec (University of Lubljana): Illyrian Provinces from the Slovene Perspective: the Myth and the Reality

  • 09.35 Marco Trogrlic, Josip Vrandecic (University of Split): The Illyrian Provinces in the Croatian Lands

  • 09.55 Harald Heppner (University of Graz): Les principautés danubiennes au temps de Napoléon: bilan de recherche et questions ouvertes

  • 10.40  Maurus Reinkowski (University of Basel): The Egyptian Campaign (1798–1801) and its Effects on Egypt and the Ottoman Empire – Epochal Break or Episode?

  • 11.10 Jean-Marcel Humbert (Conservateur général honoraire du patrimoine, Paris): La naissance de l’Égypte moderne, entre la campagne de Bonaparte et la prise de pouvoir de Muhammad’Alî

  • 11.30–13.00 Discussion

  • 14.00 Closing Lecture: Michael Broers (University of Oxford): Imperialism in Transition – between Rom and the Raj 


Langue de conférence: Anglais et français avec traduction simultanée


Information et inscription: event@dhi-paris.fr

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  • 8 rue du Parc-Royal
    Paris, França

Datas

  • quarta, 18 de abril de 2012
  • quinta, 19 de abril de 2012
  • sexta, 20 de abril de 2012

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Contactos

  • Dunja Houelleu
    courriel : presse [at] dhi-paris [dot] fr

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  • Dunja Houelleu
    courriel : presse [at] dhi-paris [dot] fr

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