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Duby, Georges

Overview
Works: 1,260 works in 5,677 publications in 10 languages and 54,998 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Church history  Interviews 
Subject Headings: Historians 
Roles: Author, Publishing director, Editor, Author of introduction, Director, Other, Contributor, Collector, Interviewee, zxx, Thesis advisor, Honoree, Restager , Bibliographic antecedent, Creator, dir, coo, Narrator, Commentator, Interviewer, Originator, Translator, pre, Arranger, Recipient, Photographer, Producer, ed, Correspondent, Conceptor
Classifications: GT2400, 390.009
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Most widely held works by Georges Duby
A history of private life by Antoine Prost( Book )

222 editions published between 1985 and 2007 in 6 languages and held by 5,130 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Library has Vol. 1-5
A history of women in the West by Natalie Zemon Davis( Book )

66 editions published between 1992 and 2002 in English and held by 2,633 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This third volume in the series illuminates women's places in early modern Europe as they appear in a wealth of representations, from simple woodcuts and popular literature to master paintings, and as the focal point of a debate conducted in every field
The three orders : feudal society imagined by Georges Duby( Book )

56 editions published between 1978 and 2009 in 5 languages and held by 1,604 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In The Three Orders, prominent Annales historian Georges Duby offers a tripartite construct of medieval French society, a construct which depicts men separating themselves hierarchically into those who pray, those who fight, and those who work. He considers how this medieval theory of orders originated, discusses its complex history, and shows how different interests--cultural, political, and economic--were involved in its creation and use. The Three Orders shows how the tripartite schema come to occupy a central position in social thought and clarifies the manner in which feudal society viewed itself
Histoire de la France urbaine by André Chédeville( Book )

130 editions published between 1900 and 2001 in 3 languages and held by 1,413 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Histoire de la France urbaine / Georges Duby.v-2
Histoire des femmes en occident by Maurice Bardèche( Book )

68 editions published between 1990 and 2007 in French and Undetermined and held by 1,187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Extrait de la couverture du vol. 1 : "Projet démesuré que de couvrir près de vingt siècles d'hisoitre du monde antique gréco-romain, de parcourir un espace qui va des rivages de la Méditerranée à ceux des mers du Nord, des colonnes d'héraclès aux rives de l'Indus, de se plomger dans des documents aussi divers que les tombes d'une nécropole, la stèle inscrite plaquée aux murs du sanctuaire, le rouleau de papyrus, la scène peinte sur la panse d'un vase... et une littérature grecque et latine qui, si elle n'a pas donné la parole aux femmes, a beaucoup parlé d'elles. On l'aura deviné, ce livre n'a pas pour fonction de remplacr l'énome production qui existe en ce domaine. Il aborde un petit nombre seulement des questions qui nous ont paru importantes pour aider à comprendre la place des femmes dans le monde antique et, plus encore peut être, dans la perspectives d'un ensemble de volumes tratant de l'histoire des femmes, comprendre les fondements d'habitudes mentales, de mesures juridiques, d'institutions sociales qui ont duré des siècles en Occident." Extrait de la couverture du vol. 2 : "Ces femmes du Moyen Âge, à qui maîtres, époux et censeurs dénient la parole avec tant de constance, ont finalement laissé plus de textes et d'échos de leur dire que de traces proprement matérielles. Le millénaire que couvre ce volume laisse, vers son début et vers sa fin, passer, un peu plus assurée, la parole même des femmes, bien qu'il faille tendre l'oreille pour la saisir, assourdie, dans le brouhaha immense du choeur des hommes. Leur discours, leurs témoignages ou leur cri nous permettent simplement de percevoir comment ont mûri en elles les modèles que directeurs de conscience ou maîtres du savoir leur imposaient, les images que les hommes leur renvoyaient d'elles-mêmes, parfois leur refus de cette vision déformée, et toujours la manière dont ces "images" se sont inscrites dans leur vie et leur chair. L'histoire tout court a tout à gagner à prendre en compte sa part féminine. " Extrait de la couverture du vol. 3 : "De quelque côté que l'on se tourne, elle est présente, infiniment présente, du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle, sur l'ensemble des scènes domestique, économique, intellectuelle, publique, conflictuelle, et même ludique, de la société : la femme est là. D'elle on parle beaucoup, à perte de vue, afin de mettre l'univers en ordre : mais ici gît le paradoxe. Car ce discours pléthorique et ressassé sur la femme et sa nature est un discours traversé par le besoin de la contenir. On le pressent dès maintenant : le discours ne rend pas compte de la réalité de son existence ; aveugle, il ne la voit qu'à travers une image, celle de la femme risquant d'être dangereuse par ses excès, elle qui est si nécessaire par ses fonctions de mère. Le discours ne la montre pas, il l'invente, la définit à travers un regard savant qui ne peut que la soustraire à elle-même. " Extrait dela couverture du vol. 4 : "L'image d'un XIXe siècle sombre et triste, austère et contraignant pour les femmes, est une représentation spontanée. On aurait tort de croire cependant que cette époque est seulement le temps d'une longue domination, d'une absolue soumission des femmes à une codification collective précise, socialement élaborée. Car ce siècle signe la naissance du féminisme, mot emblématique qui désigne tout aussi bien des changements structurels importants (travail salarié, autonomie de l'individu civil, droit à l'instruction) que l'apparition collective des femmes sur la scène politique. Ainsi faudrait-il dire plutôt que ce siècle est précisément le moment historique où la vie des femmes change, plus exactement le moment historique où la perspective de leur vie change ; temps de la modernité où est rendue possible une position de sujet, individu à part entière et actrice politique, future citoyenne." Extrait de la couverture du vol. 5 : "A étudier aujourd'hui, privilège de l'histoire contemporaine, des vies de femmes qui ont traversé le siècle, on est frappé par le tragique et le grandiose de leurs existences. Happées par la guerre, la révolution ou la dictature, mais aussi spectatrices et actrices d'un formidable bouleversement entre les sexes. Incontestablement la vie des femmes a changé, et l'égalité sexuelle progressé au XXe siècle, sous la pression bien sûr des féministes, grâce aussi aux progrès techniques, à la maîtrise féminine de la fécondité et à une plus grande participation des femmes à la vie sociale - mais non sans résistance et déplacement des discriminations. Ici l'histoire tend la main aux autres sciences humaines, sans épuiser le champ du possible ni parler de façon univoque. Du moins espère-t-on montrer la valeur scientifique d'une approche sexuée de l'histoire et inviter à la réflexion sur les enjeux de notre temps. "
Rural economy and country life in the medieval West by Georges Duby( Book )

27 editions published between 1962 and 1998 in 3 languages and held by 1,163 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

William Marshal : the flower of chivalry by Georges Duby( Book )

12 editions published between 1985 and 2011 in English and held by 1,148 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recreates the life of William Marshal, the Earl of Pembroke from a thirteenth century poem and describes medieval daily life
The chivalrous society by Georges Duby( Book )

14 editions published between 1977 and 1980 in English and held by 1,080 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Medieval marriage : two models from twelfth-century France by Georges Duby( Book )

26 editions published between 1978 and 2005 in English and held by 1,056 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

France in the Middle Ages 987-1460 : from Hugh Capet to Joan of Arc by Georges Duby( Book )

12 editions published between 1991 and 2004 in English and held by 981 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Duby examines the history of France from the rise of the Capetians in the mid-tenth century to the execution of Joan of Arc in the mid-fifteenth. He takes the evolution of power and the emergence of the French state as his central themes, and guides the reader through complex - and, in many respects, still unfamiliar, yet fascinating terrain. He describes the growth of the castle and the village, the building blocks of the new Western European civilization of the second millennium AD
Histoire de la France : ouvrage en trois volumes by Georges Duby( Book )

168 editions published between 1970 and 2006 in 4 languages and held by 975 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ouvrage illustré de nombreuses reproductions de documents
Histoire de la France rurale by Maurice Agulhon( Book )

112 editions published between 1789 and 1997 in 4 languages and held by 879 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Foundations of a new humanism, 1280-1440 by Georges Duby( Book )

10 editions published in 1966 in English and French and held by 863 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The making of the Christian West, 980-1140 by Georges Duby( Book )

10 editions published in 1967 in English and Italian and held by 836 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Love and marriage in the Middle Ages by Georges Duby( Book )

19 editions published between 1994 and 1996 in English and held by 812 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In this volume Georges Duby - member of the Academie Francaise and one of the preeminent medieval scholars of our time - addresses the theme of love and marriage in the Middle Ages." "These essays enrich Duby's position as the virtual progenitor and unequalled master of medieval social history. Rather than charting the evolution of love as a mere history of feelings, passions, and mentalities independent of or isolated from the history of other components of social education, Duby places this evolution in the material context of social relationships and daily life. Examining the poetry and practice of courtly love and the mores of aristocratic marriages, Duby shows the Middle Ages to be male-dominated. Women were regarded as symbols, as figures of temptation who paradoxically had no desires of their own. Duby argues that the structure of sexual relationships took its cue from the family and from feudalism - both bastions of masculinity." "Duby also reflects on general issues in the writing of cultural history, on the history of pain and heresy, and gives a personal view of the state of historical research in France over recent generations. He argues that the rapid growth of interest in the history of marriage and the family reflects contemporary disquiet stemming from crises in the familiar structures of late twentieth-century society." "Beautifully written in Duby's characteristically nuanced and powerful style, this collection is the ideal entree into Duby's thinking about marriage and the diversities of love, spousal decorum, family structure, and their cultural context in bodily and spiritual values. It will be of great interest to students in social and cultural history, in medieval and early modern history, and in women's studies. It will also appeal to a broader audience interested in the nature of social life in the Middle Ages."--Jacket
History of medieval art, 980-1440 by Georges Duby( Book )

10 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 743 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sculpture : the adventure of modern sculpture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Antoinette Le Normand-Romain( Book )

2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Essays and photos describe how sculpture has functioned in society over time. A sampling from Part I includes: The statue and its political implication ; Neoclassical violence ; The big commissions ; Honoring prominent men and women ; Portraiture ; Cemeteries become museums ; Sculpture ministering to architecture ; Rodin. A sampling from Part II includes: Shock of primitive arts ; Matisse as sculptor ; The beginnings of Cubism ; Object art and appreciation ; Dada assemblages ; Welding and forging ; Picasso at Boisgeloup ; Psychodrama of Giacometti ; Moore, a shining example ; The utopia of the machine ; Pop sculpture ; Earthworks and Land Art ; Arte Povera
Guerriers et paysans VII-XIIe siècle by Georges Duby( )

2 editions published between 1991 and 2010 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Georges Duby : l'art et l'image, une anthologie by Georges Duby( Book )

2 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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A history of private life
Alternative Names
Dibi, Žorž

Dubi, Qiaozhi

Duby, G.

Duby, G. 1919-1996

Duby, G. (Georges)

Duby, Georges

Duby, Georges 1919-1996

Duby, Georges Médiéviste, France

Duby, Georges Michel Claude

Duby, Georges Michel Claude, 1919-

Duby, Georges Michel Claude 1919-1996

Georges Duby Frans mediëvist (1919-1996)

Georges Duby französischer Historiker

Georges Duby French historian

Georges Duby historiador francés

Georges Duby storico francese

Žorž Dibi

Ζωρζ Ντιμπί

Дюби, Жорж

Дюби, Жорж 1919-1996

Жорж Дзюбі

Жорж Диби

Жорж Дюби

Жорж Дюбі

뒤비, 조르주 1919-1996

듀비, 죠르쥬 1919-1996

ジョルジュ・デュビー

デュビー, ジョルジュ

デュビィ, ジョルジュ

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A history of women in the WestThe three orders : feudal society imaginedRural economy and country life in the medieval WestWilliam Marshal : the flower of chivalryThe chivalrous societyMedieval marriage : two models from twelfth-century FranceFrance in the Middle Ages 987-1460 : from Hugh Capet to Joan of ArcLove and marriage in the Middle Ages