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Prof. Dr. Jean-François Berdah

Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail,F
Fellow
01.10.09-30.09.10

Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS)
School of History

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    Born 1961; 1996 PhD University of Paris XII Créteil; 1998-present Associate Professor in History, University of Toulouse 2; October 2009-September 2010 FRIAS Fellowship

     

    Publications

    Books, Proceedings, Editions, and Articles (10 selected)

    - La démocratie assassinée. La République espagnole et les grandes puissances, 1931-1939, Paris: Berg International, 2000, 454 p. (translated into Spanish La democracia asesinada. La República española y las grandes potencias, Barcelona: Crítica, 2002, 532 p.)

    - Alonso Puerta, Jean-François Berdah, Bruno Vargas, José Carlos Gibaja and Juan Francisco Fuentes (eds.), El socialismo en el exilio y la construcción europea, Madrid: Fundación Acción Socialista Europea/Fundación Indalecio Prieto, 2003, 115 p.

    - Jean-François Berdah, Anny Bloch-Raymond et Colette Zytnicki (eds.), D’une frontière à l’autre. Migrations, passages, imaginaires, Toulouse, UTM “Méridiennes”, 2007, 243 p.

    - Steven Ellis, Raingaard Esser, with Jean-François Berdah and Milos Reznik, (eds.), Frontiers and Regions in Comparative Perspective, Pise, Plus Edizioni, 2009, 314 p.

    - “Resisting Dictatorship: The Intellectual and Social Resistance to Primo de Rivera in Spain (1923-1930)”, in Cultural Conquests : 1500-2000, Tim Kirk et Luda Klusáková (eds.) International Colloquium de Prague, 11-13 Septembre 2003, Prague, Studia Historica LVIII, 2009, pp. 171-185.

    - “Franco a-t-il voulu sauver les Juifs ? L’Espagne et les Juifs dans la première moitié du XXe siècle”, in , Les Européens et la Shoah, Cahiers d’A.E.R.E.S. n°6/7, Juillet 2008, pp. 128-150

    - “The Triumph of Neutrality : Bernadotte and European Geopolitics (1810-1844)”, , n°6-7, 2008, pp. 15-78.

    - “Pablo de Azcárate, l’apôtre inconnu de la paix”, Jean-Pierre Amalric (ed.), Les intellectuels espagnols dans l’arène politique. Journées Manuel Azaña 2007, Montauban, Arkheia, 2008, pp. 65-92.

    - “Spanische politische Flüchtlinge in Europa seit dem Beginn des Bürgerkriegs 1936 (Beispiel Frankreich)”, in Klaus J. Bade, Pieter C. Emmer, Leo Lucassen et Jochen Otmer (eds.), Enzyklopädie Migration in Europa. Vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zum Gegenwart, Paderborn, Schöningh, 2007, pp. 1000-1004.

    - “Military Rearmament and Industrial Competition in Spain : Germany vs. Britain (1921-1931)”, in Kristine Bruland (ed.), Essays on Industrialisation in France, Norway and Spain, Tid og Tanke, n°9, Oslo, 2005, pp. 135-168.

     

    FRIAS Forschungsprojekt

    "L´Europe des marges. Une autre histoire de l’Europe (XVIIIe-XXe siècles)/European Fringes. Another History of Europe (18th-20th century)"

    This project aims to explore the history of the European periphery in a comparative perspective and propose a reappraisal of European history from the point of view of the fringes, i.e. Nordic Europe (from Iceland to Estonia), Eastern Europe (from the Baltic to the Balkans, including part of Russia) and the Mediterranean (Balkans to the Iberian peninsula). The goal of this historical essay is also to question major economic, political and ideological issues from the middle of the 18th to the middle 20th century such as progress and backwardness, core and periphery, etc. in the light of contemporary documentation and the most recent publications in order to integrate or reintegrate neglected national narratives in the great European history.