French Historian

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Aix-Marseille University - Notable Faculty
... of the University of Oxford Nicolas Maurice Arthus – French immunologist and physiologist Sydney Hervé Aufrère – French Egyptologist, archaeologist, and director of research ... Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) Boris Cyrulnik – French doctor, ethologist, neurologist and psychiatrist Charles Depéret – French geologist and paleontologist, member of the French Academy of ... in Physics Gilles-Gaston Granger – French analytic philosopher Pierre Gros – contemporary scholar of ancient Roman architecture and the Latin language Alex Grossmann – Croatian-French physicist Rudolf Haag ...
List Of University Of Paris People - Past and Present Faculty Professors
... and theologian François-Joseph Bérardier de Bataut (1720–1794), French teacher, writer and translator ... Jean-Jacques Ampère (1800–1864), French philologist François Victor Alphonse Aulard (1849–1928), French historian of the Revolution and Napoleon ... theologian in the scholastic tradition Victor Cousin (1792–1867), French philosopher ...
January 30 - Births
1675) 1661 – Charles Rollin, French historian (d. 1897) 1841 – Félix Faure, French politician (d. 1951) 1873 – Georges Ricard-Cordingley, French painter (d ...
List Of Historians By Area Of Study - By Nation or Geographical Area - Europe - History of France
... Jackson (born 1954) - French Historian Marc Bloch (1886–1944) - Medieval France Vincent Cronin - Louis XIV, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Napoleon, and Paris Georges Duby (1924–1996 ... Alistair Horne - modern French military history ... Douglas Johnson (historian), historian of Modern France Simon Kitson, historian of Vichy France Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie - history of the French peasantry ...

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    To a historian libraries are food, shelter, and even muse. They are of two kinds: the library of published material, books, pamphlets, periodicals, and the archive of unpublished papers and documents.
    Barbara Tuchman (1912–1989)

    The German intellect wants the French sprightliness, the fine practical understanding of the English, and the American adventure; but it has a certain probity, which never rests in a superficial performance, but asks steadily, To what end? A German public asks for a controlling sincerity.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)