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The territory of the historian / Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie ; translated from the French by Ben and Siân Reynolds.

Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1979.
ISBN 0226473279, 0226467899

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Standard Title Territoire de l'historien. v. 1. English
Subjects France -- Historiography.
Description viii, 345 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Translation of Le territoire de l'historien, volume 1.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents [I.] Learning to live with computers: the quantitative revolution in history. The historian and the computer -- The quantitative revolution and French historians: record of a generation (1932-1968) -- Quantitative history: the 6th section of the Ecole Pratique de Hautes Études -- The conscripts of 1868: a study of the correlation between geographical mobility, delinquency and physical stature, and other aspects of the situation of the young Frenchmen called to do military service in that year -- Changes in Parisian rents from the end of the middle ages to the eighteenth century -- [II.] The historian in the countryside: new directions in rural history. Rural civilization -- The "event" and the "long term" in social history: the case of the Chouan uprising -- In Normandy's woods and fields -- The chief defects of Gregory King -- Tithes and net agricultural output (fifteenth to eighteenth century) -- Mélusine down on the farm: metamorphosis of a myth -- [III.] Pressure of numbers: medical evidence, changing attitudes and historical demography. From Waterloo to Colyton -- From Brantôme to Paul VI -- Demography and the "sinful secrets": the case of Languedoc in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries -- Amenorrhoea in time of famine (seventeenth to twentieth century) -- Chaunu, Lebrun, Vovelle: the new history of death -- [IV.] History without people: the climate as a new province of research. Writing the history of the climate -- The history of rain and fine weather.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4549419
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Le Roy Ladurie, Emmanuel.
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