The Sciences Po Centre for History

The Sciences Po Centre for History was founded in 1984 and brings together all research and teaching in history at Sciences Po, doctoral studies included. The CHSP is primarily concerned with political history, understood in the broadest sense and approached from a transnational and comparative perspective.

The CHSP has implemented several changes in recent years. We have increased and internationalised our staff, broadened our fields of research on a European and global scale, extended our chronological range back to the early modern period, and stepped up multidisciplinary collaboration. We have fully integrated our PhD students into our research activities, placed greater emphasis on their professional training, and regularly host post-doctoral fellows and visiting researchers.

At the CHSP, research and teaching are closely linked and geared towards a multidisciplinary, international outlook. We have 26 permanent faculty members, 50 PhD students, several post-doctoral fellows and 32 affiliated researchers, accompanied by a research support team.

We maintain several partnerships for academic collaboration with research centres, networks, and associations at the international level, such as with the London School of Economics and King’s College. The CHSP is active in the CIVICA network, established in 2019 by several major European universities including Sciences Po.

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RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

HISTOIRE@POLITIQUE (FR)

The latest publications

Frédérique Leichter-FlackLe Laboratoire des cas de conscience, Flammarion, 25 janv. 2023  (édition Poche) 

Nicolas Delalande, Anthony Roberts (trad.), Struggle and Mutual Aid: The Age of Worker Solidarity, Other Press, janv. 2023  (version EN de la La lutte et l'entraide, Seuil 2019)

Frédérique Leichter-FlackPourquoi le mal frappe les gens bien ?, Flammarion, janv. 2023  

Clarisse Bardiot, Esther Dehoux, Émilien Ruiz. La fabrique numérique des corpus en sciences humaines et sociales. Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2022, Humanités numériques et Science ouverte, 978-2-7574-3611-0. ⟨hal-03884814⟩

Elvan Zabunyan, "The body gold", Arts & Societies # 126, nov 2022 

Jean-François SirinelliLa Ve République, Que sais-je ?, nov. 2022. 

M'hamed Oualdi, Salah Ben Youssef et les youssefistes. Au tournant de l'indépendance tunisienne 1955-1956, Editions Cérès, nov. 2022.

Histoire@Politique n° 47/2022, Social-démocraties germanophones : modèles, circulations, appropriations", dossier coordonné par Jean-Numa Ducange et Karim Fertikh.

David Todd, Un empire de velours. L'impérialisme informel français au XIXe siècle, La Découverte, sept. 2022 (Version française de A Velvet Empire. French informal Imperialism in the 19th Century paru chez Princeton University Press en 2021)

Marie Scot (avec L. Bertrand Dorléac et M. Vicherat), Sciences Po, le roman vrai, Presses de Sciences Po, juin 2022 (1ère ed.)

E. Génard, A. Le Bras, P. Marquis, M. Rossigneux-Méheust et L. Zappi (dir.), Les liens familiaux à l'épreuve des institutions disciplinaires, Le Mouvement Social, Presses de Sciences Po, numéro 279, avril-juin 2022

David ColonRupert Murdoch. L'empereur des médias qui manipule le monde, Tallandier, 15 sept. 2022

Lola ZappiLes visages de l'Etat social. Assistantes sociales et familles populaires durant l'entre-deux-guerres, Presses de Sciences Po, coll. académique, sept. 2022  

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