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Natalie Zemon Davis

Natalie Zemon Davis, née en 1928, est une historienne, docteur de l'université du Michigan (1959), spécialiste de l'histoire culturelle et sociale de la France et de l'époque moderne.

Biographie[modifier | modifier le code]

Natalie Zemon Davis, actuellement professeur à la prestigieuse université de Princeton, a également enseigné dans de nombreuses universités et écoles de renom tels l'université d'York, l'EHESS, l'université Yale, l'université de Berkeley, l'université d'Oxford ou encore l'université de Toronto. Elle également a dirigé l'American Historical Association.

Distinctions[modifier | modifier le code]

En 2010, elle reçoit le prix international Holberg. En 2013, elle reçoit la National Humanities Medal (en) des mains du Président Obama[1].

Docteur honoris causa de plus de 25 universités, dont :

Travaux[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Society and Culture in Early Modern France: Eight Essays, Stanford, Californie: Stanford University Press, 1975.
  • ""Women's History" in Transition: the European Case" pages 83-103 from Volume 3, Issue 3, Feminist Studies, 1975.
  • "Ghosts, Kin, and Progeny: Some Features of Family Life in Early Modern France" pages 87-114 from Daedalus, Volume 106, Issue #2, 1977.
  • "Gender and Genre: Women as Historical Writers, 1400-1820" pages 123-144 from University of Ottawa Quarterly, Volume 50, Issue #1, 1980.
  • "Anthropology and History in the 1980s: the Possibilities of the Past"pages 267-275 from Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Volume 12, Issue #2, 1981.
  • "The Sacred and the Body Social in Sixteenth-century Lyon", pages 40-70 from Past and Present, Volume 90, 1981.
  • "Women in the Crafts in Sixteenth-century Lyon" pagers 47-80, Volume 8, Issue 1, from Feminist Studies, 1982.
  • "Beyond the Market: Books as Gifts in Sixteenth-century France" pages 69-88 from Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Volume 33, 1983.
  • The Return of Martin Guerre, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1983.
  • Frauen und Gesellschaft am Beginn der Neuzeit, Berlin: Wagenbach, 1986.
  • "`Any Resemblance to Persons Living or Dead': Film and the Challenge of Authenticity" pages 457-482 from The Yale Review, Volume 76, Issue #4, 1987.
  • Fiction in the Archives: Pardon Tales and their Tellers in Sixteenth Century France, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1987.
  • "Fame and Secrecy: Leon Modena's Life as an Early Modern Autobiography" pages 103-118 from History and Theory, Volume 27, Issue #4, 1988.
  • "History's Two Bodies" pages 1-13 from the American Historical Review, Volume 93, Issue #1, 1988.
  • "On the Lame" pages 572-603 from American Historical Review, Volume 93, Issue #3, 1988.
  • "Rabelais among the Censors (1940s, 1540s)" pages 1-32 from Representations, Volume 32, Issue #1, 1990.
  • "The Shapes of Social History" pages 28-32 from Storia della Storiographia Volume 17, Issue #1, 1990.
  • "Gender in the academy : women and learning from Plato to Princeton : an exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of undergraduate coeducation at Princeton University" / organized by Natalie Zemon Davis ... [et al.], Princeton : Princeton University Library, 1990
  • "Women and the World of Annales" pages 121-137 from Volume 33, History Workshop Journal, 1992.
  • Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, coédité avec A. Farge, Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press, 1993.
  • Women on the Margins: Three Seventeenth-century Lives, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995.
  • A Life of Learning: Charles Homer Haskins Lecture for 1997, New York: American Council of Learned Societeis, 1997.
  • Remaking Imposters: From Martin Guerre to Sommersbuy, Egham, Surrey, UK: Royal Holloway Publications Unit, 1997.
  • "Beyond Evolution: Comparative History and its Goals" pages 149-158 from Swiat Historii edited by W. Wrzoska, Poznan: Instytut Historii, 1998.
  • The Gift in Sixteenth-Century France, University of Wisconsin Press 2000
  • Slaves on Screen: Film and Historical Vision, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002
  • Trickster Travels New York: Hill & Wang, 2006.
  • Léon l'Africain : un voyageur entre deux mondes. Payot, Paris, 2006.

Références[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Adams, R.M. Review of Fiction in the Archives page 35 from New York Review of Books, Volume 34, Issue #4, 16 mars 1989.
  • Adelson, R. Interview with Natalie Zemon Davis pages 405-422 from Historian Volume 53, Issue #3, 1991.
  • Benson, E. "The Look of the Past: Le Retour de Martin Guerre" pages 125-135 from Radical History Review, Volume 28, 1984.
  • Bossy, J. "As it Happened: Review of Fiction in the Archives", pages 359 from Times Literacy Supplement, Issue 4488, 7 avril 1989.
  • Chartier, Roger Cultural History Between Practices and Representations, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1988.
  • Coffin, J. & Harding. R. "Interview with Natalie Zemon Davis " pages 99-122 from Visions of History edited by H. Abelove, B. Blackmar, P.Dimock & J. Schneer, Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 1984.
  • Diefendorf, Barbara and Hesse, Carla (editors) Culture and Identity in Early Modern France (1500-1800): Essays in Honor of Natalie Zemon Davis, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993.
  • Finlay, R. "The Refashioning of Martin Guerre" pages 553-571 from American Historical Review Volume 93, Issue #2, 1988.
  • Guneratne, A. "Cinehistory and the Puzzling Case of Martin Guerre" pages 2-19 from Film and History, Volume 21, Issue # 1, 1991.
  • Le Roy Ladurie, Emmanuel "Double Trouble: Review of The Return of Martin Guerre" pages 12-13 from The New York Review of Books, Volume 30, Issue #20, 22 décembre 1983.
  • O'Connor, J.E (editor) Images as Artifact: the Historical Analysis of Film and Television, Malabar, Florida: R.E. Krieger, 1990.
  • Orest, R. Review of Women on the Margins pages 808-810 from American Historical Review, Volume 102, Issue #3, 1997.
  • Quinn, A. Review of Women on the Margins page 18 from New York Times Review of Books, December 10, 1995.
  • Roelker, N.L. Review of Fiction in the Archives pages 1392-1393 from American Historical Review Volume 94, Issue #5, 1989.
  • Roper, L. Review of Women on the Margins pages 4-5 from Times Literacy Supplement 4868, 19 juillet 1996.
  • Snowman, Daniel "Natalie Zemon Davis" pages 18-20 from History Today Volume 52 Issue 10 octobre 2002.

Liens externes[modifier | modifier le code]

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. « How the FBI Turned Me On to Rare Books by Natalie Zemon Davis », sur The New York Review of Books,‎ 30 juillet 2013 (consulté le 30 juillet 2013)