L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : geohistory

La terre en héritage.

L’archéogéographie, une nouvelle discipline au carrefour des spatiotemporalités.

Magali Watteaux | 27.08.2014

Based on her own research and on that of her colleagues, equally archaeogeographers, the author wishes to outline the position and ideas of a new discipline, Archaeogeography, by showing its originality in relation to agrarian and rural Geography and historical Geography. This paper therefore starts by pointing the differences and commonalities between Archeogeography and ancient and modern Geography. In a second step, it discusses the specificities of Archeogeography in relation to other geohistorical disciplines or approaches. Finally, the author [...]

Immensité et despotisme, le pouvoir en Russie. Peer review

Pascal Marchand | 23.05.2011

Since the sixteenth century, Russia has been a vast country when compared to other states. Historically, power has always been exercised in a despotic way : the Tsarist autocracy led the way to the dictactorship of the Soviet proletariat. Since 1992, the official project has been a tendancy towards democracy but spatial inertia has impeded this development. Tsarist regimes (except between 1861 and 1917) and the Soviet regime have been carefully preventing any change to the spatial structure [...]