The Ralliement in French Politics 1890 1898

In most histories of the Third Republic the Ralliement is described as an attempt ... It was part of a movement in the 1890's to polarize French political ...

Author: Alexander Sedgwick

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674747518

Category: History

Page: 183

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Alexander Sedgwick presents an intensive examination of the political problems confronting French Royalists, Catholics, and conservative Republicans in their attempt to form a conservative party, within the framework of the Republic, in the decade dominated by the Panama Scandal and the Dreyfus Affair. Basing his analysis on unpublished papers and contemporary newspapers, pamphlets, and reviews often neglected in studies of the period, the author demonstrates that the failure of the movement can be traced to endemic French political attitudes, and that the Ralliement has significant historical implications which have not been generally recognized.
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Politics and Belief in Contemporary France

Because of their monarchist political convictions, La Tour du Pin refused to rally and de ... The Ralliement in French Politics, 18901898 (Cambridge, Mass.

Author: R. William Rauch

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401193801

Category: Political Science

Page: 351

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Religion Politics and Preferment in France Since 1890

The Ralliement in French politics , 18901898 . Cambridge , Mass . , 1965 . Serman , William . Les Officiers français dans la nation ( 1848–1914 ) .

Author: Maurice Larkin

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521522706

Category: History

Page: 264

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A study of the problems faced by Catholics seeking state employment under the Third Republic.
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Sacred Sounds Secular Spaces

When news broke that a Jewish French army captain, Alfred Dreyfus, had been accused of selling ... The Ralliement in French Politics, 18901898 (Cambridge, ...

Author: Jennifer Walker

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197578056

Category: Music

Page: 376

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Sacred Sounds, Secular Spaces provides the first fundamental reconsideration of music's role in the relationship between the French state and the Catholic Church in the Third Republic, revealing how composers and critics from often opposing ideological factions undermined the secular/sacred binary through composition and musical performance.
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Harvard Historical Studies

The Ralliement in French Politics , 18901898 . 1965 . 75. E. Ann Pottinger . Napoleon III and the German Crisis , 1865–1866 . 1966 . 76. Walter Goffart .



ISBN: UCAL:B3469050

Category: France

Page: 356

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Monet in the 90s

The Ralliement in French Politics, 1890-1898. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1965. — . The Third French Republic, 1870-1914. New York: Thomas Cromwell ...

Author: Paul Hayes Tucker

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300049138

Category: Art

Page: 324

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Monografie over de impressionistische schilder Claude Monet (1840-1926).
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Religion Society and Politics in France since 1789

13–48; A. Sedgwick, The Ralliement in French Politics, 18901898 (Cambridge, Mass., 1965), passim; H. Lebovics The Alliance of Iron and Wheat in the Third ...

Author: Frank Tallett

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781441106193

Category: History

Page: 242

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This book has been carefully planned to give a coherent account of the impact of religion in France over the last two hundred years. Most books in English dealing with the subject are now dated, and in any case concentrate on institutional questions of church-state relations rather than on the wider influence of religion throughout France. These essays summarise recent French research and provide a concise up-to-date introduction to the history of modern French Catholicism.
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Piety and Politics

4Among the scholars whose works fall into this “secular school” are Alexander Sedgwick, The Ralliement in French Politics, 1890-1898 (Cambridge, Mass.

Author: Paul M. Cohen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351629706

Category: Religion

Page: 354

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In this book, first published in 1984, Paul Cohen examines the Catholic revival among the young French intelligentsia prior to the First World War. He explores this intellectual revival by studying that period’s "talas", the Catholic students at the elite Ecole Normale Supérieure, and devotes his attention to some of the highest-profile coverts, such as Charles Péguy and Jacques Maritain. This title will be of interest to students of nineteenth- and twentieth-century religious and social history.
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Sites of European Antisemitism in the Age of Mass Politics 1880 1918

On the Ralliement, see Alexander Sedgwick, The Ralliement in French Politics, 18901898 (Cambridge: Harvard UniversityPress, 1965); Norman Ravitch,The ...

Author: Robert Nemes

Publisher: Brandeis University Press

ISBN: 9781611685831

Category: Social Science

Page: 328

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This innovative collection of essays on the upsurge of antisemitism across Europe in the decades around 1900 shifts the focus away from intellectuals and well-known incidents to less-familiar events, actors, and locations, including smaller towns and villages. This "from below" perspective offers a new look at a much-studied phenomenon: essays link provincial violence and antisemitic politics with regional, state, and even transnational trends. Featuring a diverse array of geographies that include Great Britain, France, Austria-Hungary, Romania, Italy, Greece, and the Russian Empire, the book demonstrates the complex interplay of many factors--economic, religious, political, and personal--that led people to attack their Jewish neighbors.
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Culture Wars

For the first time since the French Revolution the state deemed the ... 37 On the ralliement, A. Sedgwick, The Ralliement in French Politics 18901898 ...

Author: Christopher Clark

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139439901

Category: History


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Across nineteenth-century Europe, the emergence of constitutional and democratic nation-states was accompanied by intense conflict between Catholics and anticlerical forces. At its peak, this conflict touched virtually every sphere of social life: schools, universities, the press, marriage and gender relations, burial rites, associational culture, the control of public space, folk memory and the symbols of nationhood. In short, these conflicts were 'culture wars', in which the values and collective practices of modern life were at stake. These 'culture wars' have generally been seen as a chapter in the history of specific nation-states. Yet it has recently become increasingly clear that the Europe of the mid- and later nineteenth century should also be seen as a common politico-cultural space. This book breaks with the conventional approach by setting developments in specific states within an all-European and comparative context, offering a fresh and revealing perspective on one of modernity's formative conflicts.
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Church and State after the Dreyfus Affair

The Ralliement in French Politics, 18901898. Cambridge, Mass., 1965. Shapiro, David; Watson, D. R.; and Anderson, Malcolm. The Right in France, 1890–1919.

Author: Maurice Larkin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349018512

Category: History

Page: 294

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Romancing the Cathedral

See Alexander Sedgwick , The Ralliement in French Politics : 1890-1898 ( Cambridge : Harvard University Press , 1965 ) and David Shapiro , " The Ralliement ...

Author: Elizabeth Emery

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791451232

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 234

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Through an analysis of political, art historical, and literary discourse, this book considers French fascination with the Gothic cathedral.
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Neo Impressionism and Anarchism in Fin de Si e France

'Signac and the Myth of Provence: The artist as tourist in the 1890s', ... Sedgwick, Alexander, The Ralliement in French Politics, 18901898, Cambridge MA: ...

Author: Robyn Roslak

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351556545

Category: Art

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In Neo-Impressionism and Anarchism in Fin-de-Si?e France, Robyn Roslak examines for the first time the close relationship between neo-impressionist landscapes and cityscapes and the anarchist sympathies of the movement's artists. She focuses in particular on paintings produced between 1886 and 1905 by Paul Signac and Maximilien Luce, the neo-impressionists whose fidelity to anarchism, to the art of landscape and to a belief in the social potential of art was strongest. Although the neo-impressionists are best known for their rational and scientific technique, they also heeded the era's call for art surpassing the mundane realities of everyday life. By tempering their modern subjects with a decorative style, they hoped to lead their viewers toward moral and social improvement. Roslak's ground-breaking analysis shows how the anarchist theories of Elis?Reclus, Pierre Kropotkin and Jean Grave both inspired and coincided with these ideals. Anarchism attracted the neo-impressionists because its standards for social justice were grounded, like neo-impressionism itself, in scientific exactitude and aesthetic idealism. Anarchists claimed humanity would reach its highest level of social and moral development only in the presence of a decorative variety of nature, and called upon progressive thinkers to help create and maintain such environments. The neo-impressionists, who primarily painted decorative landscapes, therefore discovered in anarchism a political theory consistent with their belief that decorative harmony should be the basis for socially responsible art.
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French Cultural Politics Music

The Ralliement in French Politics 18901898. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1965. Seigel, Jerrold. Bohemian Paris: Culture, Politics, ...

Author: Jane F. Fulcher

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195120219

Category: History

Page: 291

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This book draws upon both musicology and cultural history to argue that French musical meanings and values from 1898 to 1914 are best explained not in terms of contemporary artistic movements but of the political culture. During these years, France was undergoing many subtle yet profound political changes. Nationalist leagues forged new modes of political activity, as Jane F. Fulcher details in this important study, and thus the whole playing field of political action was enlarged. Investigating this transitional period in light of several recent insights in the areas of French history, sociology, political anthropology, and literary theory, Fulcher shows how the new departures in cultural politics affected not only literature and the visual arts but also music. Having lost the battle of the Dreyfus affair (legally, at least), the nationalists set their sights on the art world, for they considered France's artistic achievements the ideal means for furthering their conception of "French identity." French Cultural Politics and Music: From the Dreyfus Affair to the First World War illustrates the ways in which the nationalists effectively targeted the music world for this purpose, employing critics, educational institutions, concert series, and lectures to disseminate their values by way of public and private discourses on French music. Fulcher then demonstrates how both the Republic and far Left responded to this challenge, using programs and institutions of their own to launch counterdiscourses on contemporary musical values. Perhaps most importantly, this book fully explores the widespread influence of this politicized musical culture on such composers as d'Indy, Charpentier, Magnard, Debussy, and Satie. By viewing this fertile cultural milieu of clashing sociopolitical convictions against the broader background of aesthetic rivalry and opposition, this work addresses the changing notions of "tradition" in music--and of modernism itself. As Fulcher points out, it was the traditionalist faction, not the Impressionist one, that eventually triumphed in the French musical realm, as witnessed by their "defeat" of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring.
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The Right Wing in France

... d'Alger : Documents ( 1890-1891 ) ( 1966 ) ; and Alexander Sedgwick , The Ralliement in French Politics , 1890-1898 ( Cambridge , Mass . , 1965 ) .

Author: Rene Remond

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9781512806076

Category: History

Page: 466

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The Gaullist regime in France has aroused much interest in the nature of French politics. This stimulating analysis of the conservative faction in France, revised by the author to include the government of General de Gaulle, should be of interest not only to students of that country's history and politics but also to general readers who would understand France's political tradition and where de Gaulle fits into it. This work is translated from the second and revised edition of La Droite en France: de le Première Restauration á la Ve République, published in Paris in 1963.
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