Michelle Perrot 1928- Denise Z. It seems more than accidental, says Benedict Anderson, that the notion of history as a critical body of thinking about the past appeared in the 1820s in Europe and that an organized discipline arose there and then to provide a genealogy for newly emerging nationalism. Using the countermodel of French local history's connections with the journal Annales, I shall suggest how American professionalization cut off transnational and comparative alternatives even when some professionals aimed for global reach. Early British ideas of musicology were not constructed according to abstract paradigms, but operated in line with narrow, institutionalised ideas of what was appropriate for a specific class of students, the academic environment and professional interest. If any common thread can be found Ivan Strenski is a Holstein Family and Community Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at the University of California, Riverside. The concerns discussed here intersect with problems of national identity, historiography and gender, which pervaded composition, performance and scholarship throughout the period. Chantilly, Virginia: The Teaching Company, 2004 consists of twenty-four thirty-minute lectures and accompanying written materials.
Recent publications on Durkheimian themes include Durkheim and the Jews of France, Contesting sacrifice Chicago University Press , Theology and the first theory of sacrifice Brill , and The new Durkheim New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006 , É mile Durkheim, an anthology of critical articles Ashgate Dumont on religion: key thinkers in reli-gious studies Equinox, 2008 and in press, When God plays politics: radical interroga-tions of religion, power and politics Blackwell. Ratcliffe, University of Laval, Quebec City. Jacques Godechot 1907—1989 Emmet Kennedy, GeorgeWashington University. Etienne Gilson 1884-1978 Philip Daileader, College of William and Mary. Pierre Nora 1931— Richard C. Albert Mathiez 1874-1932 James Friguglietti, Montana State University-Billings.
Daniel Roche 1935— Harvey Chisick, University ofHaifa. Roger Chartier 1945- Laura Mason, University of Georgia. Daileader Born 25 October 1968 Alma mater Johns Hopkins University Harvard University Occupation Historian Philip Daileader is a Professor of History at in. Philip Whalen is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Honors Program at Coastal Carolina University. Lucien Febvre 1878-1956 Wallace Kirsop, Monash University. François Furet 1927-1997 Marvin R. Elie Halévy 1870-1937 Philip Daileader, College of William and Mary.
Jean Delumeau 1923— Thomas Worcester, College of theHoly Cross, Massachusetts. Marc Ferro 1924- Kevin J. Anyone interested in French history and historiography, expert and non-expert alike, will read it with relish, and any university library worth its salt will want to have it on its shelves. There are also essays about figures such as Henri Sée and the still-living Jean Delameau, whose contributions, while significant, remain little known among anglophone readers. Jacques Droz 1909-1998 Joseph Tendler, University of St. Paul Hazard 1878-1944 Leonore Loft, State University of New York, Fredonia.
Fernand Braudel 1902-1985 Eric R. Pierre Chaunu 1923—2009 David Stewart, HillsdaleCollege. Henri Sée 1864-1936 Mark Potter, Metropolitan State College of Denver. Bernard Faÿ 1893-1978 John L. Henri Sée 1864—1936 Mark Potter, MetropolitanState College of Denver. The enthusiasm for global history cannot disguise the fact that most French historians have written about France and have been relatively impervious to outside influences.
Philippe Ariès 1914—1984 Patrick H. Jacques Godechot 1907-1989 Emmet Kennedy, George Washington University. Conflicts arising from the status of music as profession and amateur occupation, practical and academic study, also shaped the form of music in academic institutions. Elie Halévy 1870—1937 Philip Daileader, Collegeof William and Mary. Bernard Faÿ 1893—1978 John L. Albert Soboul 1914—1982 Peter McPhee, University ofMelbourne.
Michelle Perrot 1928- Denise Z. Henry Rousso 1954— Hugo Frey, University ofChichester and Christopher Flood, University of Surrey. Louis Chevalier 1911-2001 Barrie M. Alain Corbin 1936- Peter McPhee, University of Melbourne. Etienne Gilson 1884-1978 Philip Daileader, College of William and Mary. Pierre Nora 1931- Richard C. Campbell-Kelly endorsed the need for re-interpretation and evaluation of previously well-established accounts.
Ernest Labrousse 1895-1988 Mark Potter, Metropolitan State College of Denver. Tyler Department of History at William and Mary. Michel Foucault 1926—1984 James A. So, apart from one Belgian, non-native francophones have been excluded, as has the current generation of now not-so-young historians. Jacques Le Goff 1924— Joëlle Rollo—Koster,University of Rhode Island. They stood against the Bonapartists and partisans of the ''man on a horse'' of the reactionary French right and against the Communards, Anarchists and radical Syn-dicalists of the left.