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Vingtième Siècle 123, juillet-septembre 2014
Histoire des sensibilités au 20e siècle
Special issue : A History of Sensibilities in the 20th Century
et al.
Table of contents: From Depth Psychology to a History of Sensibility - From Bloody Horror to Intolerable Animal Suffering - Gastronomic Curiosity and Exotic Cuisine in Interwar France - Honking and Crowing: France Discovers a New Noisy Existence - The Long Goodbye - The Metamorphosis of Intimacy - and more...

Vingtième Siècle 122, avril-juin 2014
Le génocide des Tutsi rwandais, vingt ans après
The Rwandan Tutsi Genocide, Twenty Years Later
et al.
On 7 April 1994, the genocide of Rwandan Tutsis began. Three months later: eight hundred thousand to one million victims. Vingtième Siècle analyses this major event of our contemporary history by giving voice to French and Rwandan researchers, young historians and anthropologists.

René Rémond, historien
René Réond, Historian
Jean-Noël Jeanneney, Jean-François Sirinelli
Specialising in the contemporary era, René Rémond (1918–2007) penned a number of works which contributed significantly to the revival of political and religious history in France. This collection brings together the accounts of historians who knew Rémond, who were influenced by his work with articles analysing specific elements of his oeuvre.

La France, l'Allemagne et l'Europe monétaire de 1974 à 1981
La persévérance récompensée
Amaury de Saint Périer

La Justice en procès
Les mouvements de contestation face au système pénal (1968-1983)
Justice on Trial
Protesting the Penal System (1968–1983)
Jean Bérard
Jean Bérard offers us the untold story of the relationships between protest movements and the law, shining a light on their essential contribution to the development of criminal law and our contemporary penal system.

Emmaus and the Abbé Pierre
An Alternative Model of Entreprise, Charity and Society
Axelle Brodiez-Dolino
This is the extraordinary development of contemporary humanitarian and an important page of French social history that Axelle Brodiez-Dolino allows us to (re) read through two inseparable stories, those of Emmaus and the Abbé Pierre Pierre.

La diplomatie sur le vif
Roland Dumas
Between memoirs and debate, Former Foreign Minister Roland Dumas comments here the slow and difficult passage between two centuries as one of the main players in an exceptional period in terms of international relation.

La dictature de Salazar face à l'émigration
L'État portugais et ses migrants en France (1957-1974)
The Salazar Dictatorship Faced with Migration
Victor Pereira
Following extensive research in the Portuguese, Spanish, and French archives and a series of interviews with political and institutional actors from the period, this author offers an original history of migrants and Portuguese migration policies.

Consommateurs engagés à la Belle Époque
La Ligue sociale d'acheteurs
Socially Responsible Consumers of the Belle Epoque
'La Ligue sociale d'acheteurs'
Marie-Emmanuelle Chessel
By recounting the origins, the history and the posterity of the Ligue from the 1880s to the 1930s, this book casts a new light on the history of French society in the first half of the 20th century.

Le communisme vietnamien (1919-1991)
Construction d'un État nation entre Moscou et Pékin
Vietnamese Communism, 1919-1991
The Construction of a Nation State between Moscow and Beijing
Céline Marangé
How did Vietnamese Communists succeed within 50 years in overthrowing colonial rule, keeping the American army at bay and conquering the South in 1975? The first exhaustive study on Vietnamese communism in over 30 years !

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