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Michel, Marie-José

Overview
Works: 23 works in 46 publications in 1 language and 312 library holdings
Genres: History  Conference papers and proceedings  Records and correspondence  Biography 
Roles: Author, Publishing director, Author of introduction, Thesis advisor, Editor, 956, Opponent
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Most widely held works by Marie-José Michel
Histoire du grand Paris : de la Renaissance à la Révolution by Robert Muchembled( Book )

7 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 107 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Une histoire de la banlieue parisienne et de ses mutations. Sous L'Ancien Régime, la plat pays d'Ile-de-France s'épanouissait en petits ou gros villages, comme Villiers-le-Bel, Montmorency, Montreuil ou Gonesse. Avec les crises du XVIIe siècle et sous l'effet du peuplement de la capitale, Paris colonise sa banlieue et crée des inégalités qui vont perdurer
Jansénisme et puritanisme : actes du colloque du 15 septembre 2001, tenu au Musée national des Granges de Port-Royal des Champs( Book )

5 editions published in 2002 in French and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Imagier pour la communication soignant-soigné : germes de parole by Marie-José Michel( Book )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Lettres d'Antoine Singlin by Antoine Singlin( Book )

1 edition published in 2004 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Personnage essentiel du premier Port-Royal, disciple de Saint-Cyran, A. Singlin fut le directeur spirituel du duc de Luynes comme de la princesse de Guémené. La première partie de l'ouvrage est consacrée à une biographie documentée et la seconde offre une édition de 176 de ses lettres avec indications de contexte, sources, personnages, lieux, références, indications chronologiques, etc
Corps, santé, société [actes du colloque des 12 et 13 décembre 2002 by Élisabeth Belmas( Book )

6 editions published in 2005 in French and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La cour céleste: la commémoration collective des saints au Moyen Âge et à l'époque moderne : actes du colloque de Villetaneuse et de Paris (Université Paris 13-Sorbonne Paris Cité et E.H.E.S.S., 31 mai-2 juin 2012) by entre accumulation des suffrages et communion ecclésiale (Conference) Cour céleste: la commémoration collective des saints( Book )

3 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

À l'ombre de Paris les échanges entre Paris et ses périphéries, XIVe-XVIIIe siècle : [actes de la table ronde, 29 septembre 2000, Villetaneuse]( Book )

4 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in French and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Maurepas : hier et aujourd'hui by Marie-José Michel( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Il était autrefois, Maurepas, de la préhistoire à nos jours by Marie-José Michel( Book )

1 edition published in 1968 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Survivances jansénistes aux XIXe et XXe siècles à travers les archives de Perpétue de Marsac, vicomtesse d'Aurelle de Paladines, dernière Solitaire de Port-Royal (1845-1932) by Véronique Alemany( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The stepping stone of this thesis are the documents found in the archives of the library of a French aristocratic family's castle near Toulouse. This library is mostly entirely dedicated to religious literature specially through a gallico-jansenist anthology. Reference is also made to the correspondence of one of the late relative of this family who has been the last resident and "Solitaire" at Port-Royal (died in 1932). These documents, which until now were remained unknown, are proving that Jansenism has remained in the XIXth and early XXth centuries, led by a group of "Jansenistgoers" which found its roots and motivation in the rejuvenation of the haydays of the Jansenist's doctrine. A new era started caused by the new interest in supra natural phenomenons which, based on the academical and moral heritage of Jansenism, claimed to go back to roots for a strict obedience of the rules of Port-Royal. At the turn of the XXth century, this Jansenist's doctrine of strong obedience to the rules gathered together a wide range of dedicated personalities; nowithstanding all of a different background they were all animated with the same desire, through their love for truth, to prove their strong obedience to Port-Royal not only as a guide for their social behaviours but also as an enlightment for their spirits
L'homme et son milieu en vallée de Montmorency sous l'Ancien Régime un paysage original aux portes de Paris (vers 1640-vers 1800) by Florent Mérot( )

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

Entre la décennie 1640 et l'extrême fin du XVIIIe siècle, la vallée de Montmorency constitue, grâce à son paysage, une région privilégiée pour observer les relations que les Hommes entretiennent avec leur milieu. A quelques lieues seulement au nord-ouest de Paris, la vallée subit irrémédiablement les influences d'une capitale dont la population ne cesse d'augmenter depuis le milieu du XVIIe siècle. Tout en se diversifiant, la demande accompagne les rythmes de la croissance démographique urbaine et ne manque pas d'imposer ses exigences aux campagnes proches dans lesquelles se fond le vallon. Toutefois, le processus de transformation du paysage y est beaucoup plus précoce que dans le reste de l'Ile-de-France : les habitants sont animés par la volonté de satisfaire les besoins de la capitale dès la seconde moitié des années 1650. Secondés par un dense réseau routier, les échanges économiques, sociaux et culturels entre la vallée, Paris et l'ensemble de l'Ile-de-France se multiplient. Le paysage agricole s'imprègne progressivement d'un complantage multidimensionnel, associant sur de minuscules parcelles vignes, arbres fruitiers, plantes légumineuses et fourragères, résultat d'une complémentarité pensée par la paysannerie marchande pour assouvir ses désirs de profit et les besoins de la capitale. L'organisation spatiale des espaces bâtis s'adapte aux nouvelles activités agricoles, l'exploitation des massifs forestiers évolue pour satisfaire les exigences matérielles de celles-ci. Admiré par des spectateurs de plus en plus nombreux, le paysage et sa beauté contribuent à l'installation des élites sociales et urbaines au cœur même des villages. Surgissent ainsi les maisons de plaisance, entourées de leurs parcs et jardins, classiques puis pittoresques, qui ne laissent aucune liberté à la nature. Conséquence de la capacité qu'ont les sociétés humaines à structurer leur espace de vie, le paysage de la vallée de Montmorency est une construction savante dotée d'une diversité qui recèle une remarquable cohésion d'ensemble et traduit l'habitude inaliénable qu'a l'Homme de construire son environnement à son image
La société janséniste parisienne (1640-1730) by Marie-José Michel( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

THE APPROACH IS BASED ON AN ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND HOW FRENCH SOCIETY WAS PROGRESSIVELY "JANSENISEE" DURING THE "ANCIEN REGIME". THE GEOGRAPHICAL FRAMEWORK IS PARIS AND ITS SURROUNDINGS. 1640 AND 1730 MARK THE BEGINNING AND THE END OF THE STUDY : FROM THE INFLUENCE OF SAINT-CYRAN AND JANSEN IN FRANCE TO THE DEMISE OF THE MOVEMENT MADE INEVITABLE BY AN ACCUMULATION OF OFFICIAL CONDEMNATIONS. THE IMPORTANCE AND DURATION OF THIS MOVEMENT HAVE BEEN ASSESSED USING PAROCHIAL ARCHIVES, MEMOIRES, POLITICAL PAMPHLETS, SATIRICAL DRAWINGS AND LISTS OF "APPELANTS". THE JANSENISTS AT THAT TIME SHOWED A NEW PATH TO GOD, BASED ON AN INDIVIDUAL "CONVERSION" IMPLYING A SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT BASED ON SUSPICION OF THE WORLD AND A QUEST FOR THE ABSOLUTE NATURE OF GOD. THIS WORK GAVE RISE TO VARIOUS PASSIONS AND POLEMICS, THE DEFENCE OF THE JANSENISTS THEMSELVES, THE CUTTING CRITICISM OF THE JESUITS, THEN TO THE VARIOUS REACTIONS OF PHILOSOPHERS, WRITERS AND THE CHURCH OVER A LONG PERIOD. JANSENISM IN PARIS AND FRANCE ONLY BECAME THE SUBJECT OF HISTORICAL STUDIES IN THE 1930S. "JANSENISATION" IN PARIS SPREAD OVER TWO DISTINCT STAGES : THE FIRST FROM 1640 TO 1709 SPRINGING FROM SOME OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUALS SUCH AS SAINT-CYRAN, MOTHER ANGELIQUE ARNAULD, AND THE MAJOR SPIRITUAL LEADERS OF THE MOVEMENT. WITH MEANS ADAPTED TO THE SOCIETY OF THE TIME THEY UNDERSTOOK A WIDEREACHING "JANSENISATION" OF THE DISAPPOINTED ELITE. THE MOVEMENT REACHES A PEAK BETWEEN 1709 AND 1730 BASED ON A GREAT NUMBER OF JANSENIZED CLERGY WHO KNUCKLED DOWN TO THE TASK OF WORKING AT THE PARISH LEVEL ON ADULTS AND CHILDREN : AROUND 1730 TWO THIRDS OF THE POPULATION WERE "JANSENIZED". THIS SUCESS WAS DUE TO THE QUALITY OF THE MISSION WHICH WAS ADAPTED TO THE FEARS OF THE TIMES AND MORE INSPIRING THAN ABSOLUTE MONARCHISM
Les potagers aristocratiques et royaux en Ile-de-France (fin XVIIe - fin XVIIIe siècle) by Marion Rouet( )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vegetables gardens of royal properties and aristocratic houses are gardens which are thought to be essential in the Ile-de-France region as they filled the owners' table with fruits and vegetables all the year round. They were the witnesses of a change of mentality which took place within the French society during the Ancien Régime between the end of the seventeenth century and the end of the eighteenth century. A the end of the studied period, this garden, which was a source of well-being combining physical exercise and intellectual thought, became the symbol of the nobility's decline, in particular through the luxurious and unnatural production of early fruit and vegetables. Gardeners and their labour forces thus played an essential role, bearing in mind the equipments and the tools at their disposal. The expertises developed thanks to scientific research (botany) combined with technical progresses. Hothouses became indispensable at the end of the eighteenth century and enabled to grow exotic plants. The fruit and edible cultivations tried to satisfy the demands of the lords of the places as far as beauty and taste (texture and flavour) were concerned in order to be thus distinguished from peasants' gardens. The notion of aesthetic can be indeed found in the line of the garden, which does not exclude the walk, but it can also be found in the behaviour of fruit trees, which cover the walls and adorn the gardens. The beauty of the fruit also comes into play in both the garden and the plate. The vegetable garden is thus a full-fledged garden, in close connection with the house, even if it is sometimes controversial. It is subject to fashion and it has quite rightly a place within the general arrangement of parks. This study is based on examples from Versailles, Trianon, Fontainebleau, Compiègne, Meudon, Bellevue, Choisy, Sceaux, Chantilly, La Roche Guyon, L'Isle Adam, Pontchartrain, Chamarande and Méréville
Des âmes à l'épreuve : le protestantisme nobiliaire bas-normand dans la tourmente (1661-1787, généralité de Caen) by Véronique Petit-Blancquart( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This paper relates the decline of protestantism in the nobility of Lower Normandy , confined to the generality of Caen, from the beginning of the personal reign of Louis XIV in 1661, marked by a policy aimed at Huguenot particularism, up to the the return of tolerance in 1787. It draws, for the years preceding the Revocation, the shaded portrait of a heterogeneous nobility, united nevertheless by a deep attachment to the calvinism inherited from their forebears, and by the numerous family and social ties which formed so many backbone networks in a distinctive but by no means isolated group. Attacked by the first anti-protestant measures adopted by Louis XIV, restricted in their freedom to practise their faith, prevented from fulfilling their ambitions and pursued right up to the intimate sphere of their family homes, the reformed nobility tottered but did not fall and began to show, both as individuals and as a group, a spirit of resistance, founded on their natural propensity for procedural quarrels. The Revocation, by its violence and its repressive measures directed at the nobility, resulted in the break down of protestantism in the nobility of Lower Normandy, within the very sanctuary of the family unit and harboured deep dissension among converts, fugitives, and stubborn individuals whose facial expressions were sometimes difficult to read, when they hid behind the mask of crypto-protestantism. The XVIIIth century took on twilight hues in the obscurity of the Desert which sorely afflicted the souls who hence resisted under cover. Weakened as much by the final blows delivered by the authorities as by internal factors which compromised the renewal of generations, the protestantism of the nobility belonged, more and more to a vanishing world
L'hôpital entre religions et laïcité, du Moyen âge à nos jours( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ouverture ou autarcie du village de Saint-Prix au XVIIIe siècle by Nicolas Guerin( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les potagers aristocratiques et royaux en Ile-de-France : (fin XVIIe - fin XVIIIe siècle) by Marion Rouet( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Vegetables gardens of royal properties and aristocratic houses are gardens which are thought to be essential in the Ile-de-France region as they filled the owners' table with fruits and vegetables all the year round. They were the witnesses of a change of mentality which took place within the French society during the Ancien Régime between the end of the seventeenth century and the end of the eighteenth century. A the end of the studied period, this garden, which was a source of well-being combining physical exercise and intellectual thought, became the symbol of the nobility's decline, in particular through the luxurious and unnatural production of early fruit and vegetables. Gardeners and their labour forces thus played an essential role, bearing in mind the equipments and the tools at their disposal. The expertises developed thanks to scientific research (botany) combined with technical progresses. Hothouses became indispensable at the end of the eighteenth century and enabled to grow exotic plants. The fruit and edible cultivations tried to satisfy the demands of the lords of the places as far as beauty and taste (texture and flavour) were concerned in order to be thus distinguished from peasants' gardens. The notion of aesthetic can be indeed found in the line of the garden, which does not exclude the walk, but it can also be found in the behaviour of fruit trees, which cover the walls and adorn the gardens. The beauty of the fruit also comes into play in both the garden and the plate. The vegetable garden is thus a full-fledged garden, in close connection with the house, even if it is sometimes controversial. It is subject to fashion and it has quite rightly a place within the general arrangement of parks. This study is based on examples from Versailles, Trianon, Fontainebleau, Compiègne, Meudon, Bellevue, Choisy, Sceaux, Chantilly, La Roche Guyon, L'Isle Adam, Pontchartrain, Chamarande and Méréville
La propagande janséniste illustrée au XVIIIeme siècle by Alisson Boiffard( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'homme et son milieu en vallée de Montmorency sous l'Ancien Régime : un paysage original aux portes de Paris (vers 1640-vers 1800) by Florent Mérot( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Entre la décennie 1640 et l'extrême fin du XVIIIe siècle, la vallée de Montmorency constitue, grâce à son paysage, une région privilégiée pour observer les relations que les Hommes entretiennent avec leur milieu. A quelques lieues seulement au nord-ouest de Paris, la vallée subit irrémédiablement les influences d'une capitale dont la population ne cesse d'augmenter depuis le milieu du XVIIe siècle. Tout en se diversifiant, la demande accompagne les rythmes de la croissance démographique urbaine et ne manque pas d'imposer ses exigences aux campagnes proches dans lesquelles se fond le vallon. Toutefois, le processus de transformation du paysage y est beaucoup plus précoce que dans le reste de l'Ile-de-France : les habitants sont animés par la volonté de satisfaire les besoins de la capitale dès la seconde moitié des années 1650. Secondés par un dense réseau routier, les échanges économiques, sociaux et culturels entre la vallée, Paris et l'ensemble de l'Ile-de-France se multiplient. Le paysage agricole s'imprègne progressivement d'un complantage multidimensionnel, associant sur de minuscules parcelles vignes, arbres fruitiers, plantes légumineuses et fourragères, résultat d'une complémentarité pensée par la paysannerie marchande pour assouvir ses désirs de profit et les besoins de la capitale. L'organisation spatiale des espaces bâtis s'adapte aux nouvelles activités agricoles, l'exploitation des massifs forestiers évolue pour satisfaire les exigences matérielles de celles-ci. Admiré par des spectateurs de plus en plus nombreux, le paysage et sa beauté contribuent à l'installation des élites sociales et urbaines au cœur même des villages. Surgissent ainsi les maisons de plaisance, entourées de leurs parcs et jardins, classiques puis pittoresques, qui ne laissent aucune liberté à la nature. Conséquence de la capacité qu'ont les sociétés humaines à structurer leur espace de vie, le paysage de la vallée de Montmorency est une construction savante dotée d'une diversité qui recèle une remarquable cohésion d'ensemble et traduit l'habitude inaliénable qu'a l'Homme de construire son environnement à son image
De Port-Royal au jansénisme à travers les Relations de captivité by Michèle Bretz( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'objet de cette thèse est l'édition critique des relations de captivité des religieuses de port-royal, enlevées de leur monastère le 26 août 1664 par les autorités et détenues des couvents hostiles au jansénisme. disséminées dans divers manuscrits, ces relations demeurent méconnues, car leur corpus n'a pas encore été établi même si certaines d'entre elles furent éditées en 1724. il convient donc, après avoir établi leur corpus, de procéder à leur édition critique d'après leurs copies manuscrites qui trouvent à la bibliothèque de port-royal et à la bibliothèque nationale de France. nous présenterons une typologie de ces relations, une brève biographie de leurs auteurs, ainsi qu'une étude qui mettra en lumière les fondements politiques et théologiques du combat des religieuses contre le roi et l'Eglise, tel qu'il apparaît dans ces relations. nous analyserons également la place privilégiée qu'occupent ces relations dans l'importante production littéraire de port-royal /
 
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Marie-José Michel Frans historica

Marie-José Michel French historian

Marie-José Michel historiadora francesa

Languages
French (42)