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Richie IV : National cultures and European common identity

Richie's fourth international conference, University of Cergy, 11-13 December 2008.

Program and abstracts (PDF)

A few pictures!

During the conference, two important places: the conference hall in Cergy University, and the coffee break!

On the left, a group picture of all attendees. On the right, the organisational committee: from left to right, Professor Gérard Bossuat, who strongly supported the conference; Guia Migani, president of Richie; Jenny Raflik and Marloes Beers, of Cergy-Pontoise, who wonderfully organized the event!

Many thanks to Clément Gosselin (université de Cergy-Pontoise) for his pictures!

Scientific project

The topic of identity and European conscience has often been approached by historians from the angle of civilization, historical heritage and shared culture. Since 1993, the Pierre Renouvin institute (university Paris 1), the network of European historians «Les chemins et les temps de l'Europe» and the «Groupe de liaison des professeurs d'histoire contemporaine auprès de la Commission européenne» have developed several research tracks (with conferences organised in Salamanca, 1997 and Paris, 1999). This conference intends to follow in the footsteps in this line of research while focusing on the theme of the European public space.

This conference is organised in cooperation with the university of Cergy-Pontoise (CICC- Civilisations et identités culturelles comparées des sociétés européennes et occidentales) and is supported by the UMR IRICE (Identités, relations internationales et civilisations de l'Europe).

Scientific board:

  • Gérard Bossuat (University de Cergy-Pontoise)
  • Robert Frank (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
  • Éric Bussière (University Paris IV-Sorbonne)
  • Antonio Varsori (University de Padoue)
  • Piero Craveri (University Suor Orsola Benincas, Naples)
  • Piers Ludlow (London School of Economics)
  • Étienne François (Freie Universität de Berlin)
  • Ine Megens (University de Groningen)
  • Kiran Patel (Institut universitaire européen de Florence)

Dernière modification le vendredi, 17 février 2012 à 16:10