The Price of Peace : Modernising the Ancien Régime ? Europe 1815-1848 (colloque bilingue)

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du 22/08/2016 au 25/08/2016
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L’Université d’Oxford, l’Université de Kent, l’Institut d’histoire de la Révolution française-IHMC, l’Université de Kent et l’Université de Bradford organise du 22 au 25 août 2016 au Reid Hall (photo) à Paris un colloque bilingue français/anglais sur la Restauration et le « prix de la paix : moderniser l’Ancien Régime » dans l’Europe de 1815 à 1848.

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The Price of Peace : Modernising the Ancien Régime ? Europe 1815-1848 (colloque bilingue)
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Programme complet :

Monday 22 August

09:30-10:00 Registration

Introductory Session
10:00-10:15 Welcome from the Organisers and the University of Kent Paris
10:15-10:45 Stephen Bann (University of Bristol) ‘Opening Remarks’
10:45-11:00 Break

International Order after the Congress of Vienna – Session 1
11:00-11:30 Luigi Mascilli Migliorini (Università degli studi di Napoli L’Orientale), ‘Kissinger’s Metternich, How to Study The Restoration’
11:30-12:00 John Bew (King’s College, London): ‘The development of Realpolitik in post Napoleonic Europe’
12:00-12:30 Richard Langhorne (Rutgers – State University of New Jersey) ‘Managing Multi-Polarity 1814-1830: the foundations of the Concert of Europe’
12:30-13:45 Lunch

Political Reform and Social Change after 1815
13:45-14:15 Emmanuel de Waresquiel (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris) ‘Chute des Empires et Restauration Monarchiques’
14:15-14:45 Joanna Innes (University of Oxford) ‘Re-imagining the social order in the post Napoleonic World’
14:45:15:00 Break

International Order after the Congress of Vienna – Session 2
15:00-15:30 Stella Ghervas (University of Harvard) ‘Modernizing the Machinery of Peace? From a Balance of Power to a Balance of Negotiation,’
15:30-16:00 Munro Price (University of Bradford),‘ “We will take back our Belgium,” French Foreign Policy 1815-1830’
16:00-16:30 Elise Wirtschafter (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)‘Russia, the Grand Alliance, and the War Scare of 1821-22’
16:30-16:45 Munro Price (University of Bradford) ‘Tribute to Thomas Munch Petersen 1948-2015’

Tuesday 23 August

Constitutions and Charters
10:00-10:30 Markus J. Prutsch (European Parliament) ‘Constitutional Monarchism in Post-Napoleonic Europe’
10:30-11:00 Philip Mansel (Institute of Historical Research, London) ‘Louis XVIII, the Charte and Europe’
11:00-11:30 Morten Nordhagen Ottosen (Syddansk Universitet) ‘The Many Faces of Liberal Constitutionalism in the Age of Reaction’
11:30-12:00 Georg Eckert (Bergische Universität Wuppertal) ‘Royal opposition against the Ancien régime: The case of Württemberg’
12:00-13:15 Lunch

New Composite Monarchies
13:15-13:45 William Godsey (Austrian Academy of Sciences) ‘The Austrian Empire as Composite Monarchy after 1815’
13:45-14:15 Ido de Haan (Universiteit Utrecht) ‘A monarchical regime based on republican antecedents. The constitution of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands’
14:15-14:45 Enrico Genta Ternavasio (Università degli studi Torino, Italy) ‘Monarchia Sabauda and the Restaurazione’
14:45-15:00 Break

Before and Beyond the Nation
15:00-15:30 Rasmus Glenthøj (Syddansk Universitet) ‘Pan-Scandinavism and the threshold principle’
15:30-16:00 Bernard Rulof (Maastricht University) ‘French Monarchism’
16:00-16:30 Ivana Pederzani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano) ‘Tullio Dandolo and liberal-catholic culture in Italy after the Restoration,’

Wednesday 24 August

Monarchies after the Revolution and Napoleon
09:45-10:30 Heidi Mehrkens & Richard Meyer Forsting (University of St Andrews) ‘Heroic Heirs. Monarchical Succession and the Role of the Military in Restoration Spain and France’
10:30-11:00 Jeroen van Zanten (Universiteit van Amsterdam), ‘Mirabeau and the revolutions of 1830 & 1848’
11:00-11:30 Bård Frydenlund (University of Oslo) ‘Southern influences on Nordic political culture – Bernadotte as king of Norway and Sweden’
11:30-12:00 Gonzalo Butrón Prida (Universidad de Cádiz) ‘Spanish Restoration Revisited: Was a moderate representative government possible in Spain?’
12:00-13:30 Lunch

Historicising the Ancien Régime?
13:30-14:00 Bettina Frederking (IHMC-IHRF, CNRS/Université Paris 1), « L’Ancien Régime dans la France de la Restauration – Aspects de l’utilisation d’une notion dans le débat politique contemporain »

14:00-14:30 Matthijs Lok (Universiteit van Amsterdam) ‘The ambivalent memory of the Dutch revolt and the construction of the Dutch Restoration regime’
14:30-14:45 Break

New Border New Identities
14:45-15:15 Roald Berg (Universitetet i Stavanger) ‘New borders, invented identities: Norwegian officers during Danish, Swedish and corps identity construction processes, 1814-1830’
15:15-15:45 Marco Meriggi (University of Napoli Federico II) ‘The construction of the boundaries in Restoration Italy, A comparative perspective’
15:45-16:15 Michael Rowe (King’s College, London), ‘From Cooperation to Confrontation: Church-State Relations in the Prussian Rhineland, 1815-1840’
19:00-21:00 Conference Dinner for the participants

Thursday 25 August

Restoring/Renewing Europe
10:30-11:00 Gonzalo Butron Prida (Universidad de Cádiz) ‘Spanish Restoration Revisited: Was a moderate representative government possible in Spain?’
11:00-11:30 Jaroslaw Czubaty (Uniwersytetu Warzawskiego) ‘Poles and their next “saviour,” Alexander I and the Kingdom of Poland’
11:30-12:00 Marco Bellabarba (Università degli Studi di Trento) ‘Peace through legislation: law codes and social control in Restoration Italy’
12:00-13:45 Lunch

Transnational Publics and Ideologies after Napoleon
13:45-14:15 Ruth Hemstad (National Library Norway) ‘Writing Scandinavianism, The public sphere and the Scandinavianist movement’
14:15-14:45 Ute Planert (Universität Köln) ‘Napoleon as an icon of political liberalism in Restoration Germany’
14:45-15:15 Mark Lawrence (University of Kent) ‘The Sieges of Bilbao and the international appeal of Spain’s First Carlist War’?
15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-15:45 Michael Broers (University of Oxford) ‘Concluding Remarks’
15:45-17:00 Roundtable

Inscriptions

Inscription au colloque entier
Inscription à certaines interventions du colloque : contacter Bettina Frederking

Adresse

Université de Kent à Paris
Reid Hall
4 rue de Chevreuse
75006 Paris

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