Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
the resort to force and the conduct of hostilities, identifying at the same time the challenges posed by the evolution of new wars. The course moves on to question the adequacy of the current legal framework to address these challenges and asks whether the international community is in need of new laws. Required reading : Mary Kaldor, New and Old Wars : Organised Violence in a Global Era, Cambridge : Polity Press, (3 rd ed) 2012.
NINETEENH CENTURY IN EUROPE AND ASIA : REVOLUTION, EMPIRES AND NATIONS (THE)
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 48 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Delphine BOISSARIE (PhD. Lecturer). Prerequisite : None Pedagogical Format : Lecture and tutorials Senior lecturers : Florent BONAVENTURE (Director - Le Havre campus), Miquel DE LA ROSA LORENTE (PhD. Teaching fellow), Meha PRIYADARSHINI (PhD. Teaching Fellow). Course validation : Continuous assessment : 2/3 of the ﬁnal grade Final exam (3 hours) : 1/3 of the ﬁnal grade Course Description : This lecture will analyze the rise of the nation-state in Europe and Asia in the nineteenth century and consider the interactions between the two continents in that era. Four concepts will guide our analysis over the course of the semester : empire, revolution, nation, and modernity. The students are expected to attend the lecture plus a seminar each week in order to study the essential primary sources and readings about those concepts, and improve their methodological skills. Required reading : Agulhon, Maurice. The French Republic, 1879 – 1992 (NYC : WileyBlackwell, 1995).
NINETEENH CENTURY EUROPE
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 72 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Jean EL GAMMAL (Full professor). Pedagogical Format : Lecture and tutorials Senior lecturers : Amerigo CARUSO (postdoctoral researcher at the University of Padua), Ann-Sophie SCHOEPFEL (Doctorante), Eva ZIMMERMANN (PhD student in history). Course Description : This course covers a range of topics focusing on politics, economy, society and culture of nineteenth century Europe. The starting point is the legacy of the end of the 18th Century and of the French Revolution. Chronological in approach, the course includes key events, changes and trends from 1800 to the beginning of the First World War. The main topics are : empires and nations ; persistence of traditions ; religion ; industrialization and urbanization ; liberalism, radicalism and socialism ; art, literature, science ; status and role of women ; growth of popular culture ; emergence of mass politics ; international politics, colonialism and imperialism. Required reading : Alexander, R.S., Europe’s Uncertain Path, London, Wiley-Blackwell, 2012 ; Gildea, Robert, Barricades and Borders – Europe 1800-1914, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003 ; Berger, Stefan, A Companion to XIXth Century Europe, London, Blackwell, 2006 ; Blanning, T.C.V. ( ed.), The Nineteenth Century Europe 1789-1900, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000 ; Cook, Chris & Stevenson, John, The Routledge Companion to Modern European History since 1763, Abingdon, Routledge, 2005. 400
NORTH KOREA BEHIND THE SCENES
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Antoine BONDAZ (PhD, Researcher). Prerequisite : No Korean language skills is required Pedagogical Format : Elective Course validation : The course grade system intends to include the students as much as possible in this interactive course. Exercises will intend