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  • Paris

    Conference, symposium - Middle Ages

    Nobility and power in the 10th century on both sides of the Rhine

    Durant le haut Moyen Âge, la question du pouvoir ne se limitait pas à des rapports de commandement et d’obéissance : les relations entre le roi et les grands seigneurs évoluaient en fonction des revendications, des intérêts et des préoccupations de chacun. Le succès d’un règne dépendait donc de la capacité du roi à rallier les élites et à organiser un « consensus ». L’atelier de recherche se propose d’étudier cette problématique à différentes échelles, traitant principalement les questions de la construction du pouvoir royal, de la formation des principautés, de l’accès des grands aux ressources, des relations entre seigneurs ainsi que de leur progression sociale. L’extension du champ de recherche aux royaumes des deux rives du Rhin ainsi qu’aux différents niveaux sociaux permettra une approche résolument comparatiste, dépassant les frontières géographiques, sociales et culturelles.

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - History

    The Nuremberg Trials

    New approaches in social history and the sociology of professions

    Until now, research focused mainly on the preparation, implementation, and conclusion of the Nuremberg Trials, as well as on the role they played in the postwar period, particularly with respect to the denazification of Germany and the formation of the memory of Nazism. New approaches have been developed, however, inspired by the sociology of professions and international organizations on the one hand and by the social history of post-war period on the other hand. These studies focus on the staff mobilized during these trials, the internationalization of various fields of expertise dedicated to peace building, and the long-term transformation of professional cultures to which these trials have contributed. Bringing together academics from different countries and disciplines, the workshop aims to provide a forum for such studies and to discuss new avenues of research. 

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