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Pract. matters               Diversity                                    History                          Literature                       


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The use of numerous audiovisual documents linked to the classes should allow the effective visualization of the facts evoked. Each document will be the subject of detailed analysis and precise commentary.

  

France in the 20th century

  

The maelstrom of the

1789 Revolution


Napoleon 1st and the

adventure of the First Empire


The experience of

the first Restoration


The “Monarchie de Juillet” and the 1848 Revolution 


The Second Republic and the Second Empire


The Third Republic


  

  

  

  

  

  

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We shall look at the elaboration of a coherent historical narrative in French national awareness: the perception of history through a national feeling which had developed around specific events.

The history of France's positioning in Europe also reveals the evolution of a national identity, from the identification with an idea of national grandeur to the persistence of a universal ideal.

According to the motto inscribed on the face of the Pantheon - « Aux grands hommes la patrie reconnaissante » - the very concept of the French nation is inseparable from the ideal of the providential “great man”, and we shall study representative examples.

  

A European nation, between

uniqueness and influences

  


SYLLABUS

The "Belle Epoque" and the traumatism of the First World War


Between the wars and

the growth of dangers


The 2nd World War: Collaboration and Resistance


The 4th Republic and

the "décolonisations"


The 5th Republic and

contemporary France


  

In their role as pedagogic monitoring, the documents presented on the IFUPE website after classes and in the recapitulative brochures, will furnish students with a record of this “lived” approach to history.

  

In the framework of complementary activities, the visits to museums or historic places will naturally be related directly to class work conceived as a dynamic and realized learning process about the periods and events under consideration.

  

L'ensemble du programme sera abordé dans le souci d'une "incarnation" du récit historique, délaissant le seul cours magistral. Il s'agit pour nous de transmettre le déroulement des grandes phases de l'Histoire de France par l'intermédiaire de représentations concrètes :


  

Documentary approach : living history

  

France recognizing her great men

Aspects of the “national French novel”

The diachronic axis: three main themes

  

A chronological approach: three main periods

  

History of France

(du Moyen Age à nos jours)


  

  

The French Revolution and

the birth of a Republic

  

  

Christian roots, from the

coronation of Clovis to Charlemagne


The French Middle Ages,

between permanence and change


15th and 16th centuries: upheavals and the foundation of a nation-state


The “Grand Siècle” / The France

of Louis XIV


The 18th century: liberalization

and the break-up of absolutism

Periods of French society

under the Old Regime

  

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The history of France is approached via groundswell movements which have determined French society and culture. This gives a sense of history in the present which we hope to share with our students: the great phases of historical evolution which, from the end of the Middle Ages through the changes of the 20th century, have shaped the identity of a nation.