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Les historiens aujourd'hui: Remarques pour un débat

Daniel Roche
Vingtième Siècle. Revue d'histoire
No. 12 (Oct. - Dec., 1986), pp. 3-20
DOI: 10.2307/3768586
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3768586
Page Count: 18
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Les historiens aujourd'hui: Remarques pour un débat
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Abstract

The author, professor at the Sorbonne and president of a CNRS committee indicates his alarms about the future of history in France. He points out the weakness of University and CNRS recruitment, the lack of career mobility, the slowdown of research theme turnover, the ambiguities of the state doctorate thesis, whether old or new, and the worsening of working conditions. The loss of creative imagination, publishing and media pressure, and the anxiety of the younger generation complete a subtle but severe picture of historical research and its future.

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