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Cadre national, réseaux internationalistes et cartes mentales du monde au congrès de Tours

Abstract : The socialist congress held in Tours in December 1920 is studied and remembered as the moment when the French Communist Party was born. The goal of this article is to reflect over Franco-centrism and to open up, on its hundredth anniversary, new heuristic perspectives for its study on an international and transnational level. First, we need to make sense of the Congress’ national and metropolitan shapes. Then, we must analyze the old and new internationalist practices that prepared and accompanied it, be it openly or covertly, by taking a look at new archives. Finally, we will return to the words and discourses that formed those mental world maps and at the same time articulated a certain view of international questions and Moscow’s influence with the image of “French socialism.
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Submitted on : Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 2:41:51 PM
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Sophie Cœuré. Cadre national, réseaux internationalistes et cartes mentales du monde au congrès de Tours. Mil neuf cent. Revue d'histoire intellectuelle, Société d’études soréliennes, 2020, À quoi sert un congrès politique ? Le congrès de Tours et ses échos européens, 2020/1 (38), pp.31-61. ⟨halshs-03001710⟩

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