Fernand Braudel and History
Collection titleSignes des temps
First broadcast date10/30/1972
AbstractExcerpt from the program ‘The Historians’. Fernand Braudel defines the new history as a re-reading, an overflow of the event. For him, each historian has his own conception of history. Thus, there are ‘histographies’ though some historians remain faithful to traditional narrative. The traditional history corresponds to a series of events which follow one another. In his book ‘The Mediterranean’, he presents the history of the Mediterranean world in a geographical way. Thus, it is related to his experience as a history teacher in a high school, in Algiers. He also redefined his thesis during his captivity in Germany.
- ORTF - Own production
- Braudel Fernand
Primary themeHuman and social sciences
Credits / Cast
- Bringuier Jean Claude - Producer
Period of events
- France - Centre and Ile-de-France - Paris
Media running time13m24
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