The ARCHE center (Arts, Civilizations, History of Europe) brings together lecturers, researchers and graduate students who seek to gain a better understanding of the history and art history of medieval, modern and contemporary societies in Europe.
ARCHE covers a wide geographical spectrum, ranging from Europe to Germanic and Mediterranean spaces and their relationships with the rest of the world. It promotes a comparatist approach and highlights the questions of transfers, transmission, borrowings, circulation and travel.
- Sources, knowledge, corpuses
Supervised by Thomas Brunner – Senior lecturer in medieval history
- Transborder, transnational, transcontinental
Supervised by Damien Coulon – Senior lecturer in medieval history, Eric Hassler – Senior lecturer in modern history, Ségolène Plyer – Senior lecturer in contemporary history
- Transmission(s): teaching, models, heritages
Supervised by Denise Borlée – Senior lecturer in medieval art history and Hervé Doucet – Senior lecturer in contemporary art history
- Authority, Coercion, Freedom
Supervised by Antoine Follain – Professor of modern history
History, art history
Ecole doctorale associée
École doctorale des sciences humaines et sociales. Perspectives européennes - ED 519.
Lien vers le site web de l'ED 519