La guerre d'en bas n'aura pas lieu

Abstract : Tracking down traces of war in territories where no physical confrontation, or even almost no violence took place was a particularly challenging task. It has forced researchers invested in this enterprise to invent or reinvent sources, to reread them with a different perspective, to develop other themes such as the history of representations, history of emotions or history of memory, to show, in short, imagination more than usual. The issue of this collective work of which this text is the conclusion meant to emphasize one aspect of the recent analysis of conflicts: that of the "culture of war". The richness of the investigation, however, shows that this concept is not limited to an exclusively cultural history, but is as much a political, social, military, economic, which can easily dialog with political science or sociology
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Henry Rousso. La guerre d'en bas n'aura pas lieu. Philippe Buton, Olivier Büttner, Michel Hastings. La Guerre froide vue d'en bas, CNRS Editions, p. 335-346, 2014, 978-2-271-07823-0. ⟨halshs-01280253⟩



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