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Garrioch, David

Overview
Works: 42 works in 159 publications in 2 languages and 5,729 library holdings
Genres: History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Church history  Conference papers and proceedings  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Publishing director, Editor, Interviewee, Opponent
Classifications: DC729, 944.36
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Most widely held works by David Garrioch
The making of revolutionary Paris by David Garrioch( )

41 editions published between 2002 and 2015 in English and French and held by 3,252 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The sights, sounds, and smells of life on the streets and in the houses of eighteenth-century Paris rise from the pages of this anecdotal chronicle of a perpetually alluring city during one hundred years of extraordinary social and cultural change. An excellent general history as well as an innovative synthesis of new research, The making of revolutionary Paris combines vivid portraits of individual lives, accounts of social trends, and analyses of significant events as it explores the evolution of Parisian society during the eighteenth century and reveals the city's pivotal role in shaping the French Revolution. David Garrioch rewrites the origins of the Parisian Revolution as the story of an urban metamorphosis stimulated by factors such as the spread of the Enlightenment, the growth of consumerism, and new ideas about urban space. With an eye on the broad social trends emerging during the century, he focuses his narrative on such humble but fascinating aspects of daily life as traffic congestion, a controversy over the renumbering of houses, and the ever-present dilemma of where to bury the dead. He describes changes in family life and women's social status, in religion, in the literary imagination, and in politics. Paris played a significant role in sparking the French Revolution, and in turn, the Revolution changed the city, not only its political structures but also its social organization, gender ideologies, and cultural practices. This book is the first to look comprehensively at the effect of the Revolution on city life. Based on the author's own research in Paris and on the most current scholarship, this absorbing book takes French history in new directions, providing a new understanding of the Parisian and the European past
The Huguenots of Paris and the coming of religious freedom, 1685-1789 by David Garrioch( )

21 editions published between 2014 and 2018 in English and Undetermined and held by 978 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

How did the Huguenots of Paris survive, and even prosper, in the eighteenth century when the majority Catholic population was notorious for its hostility to Protestantism? Why, by the end of the Old Regime, did public opinion overwhelmingly favour giving Huguenots greater rights? This study of the growth of religious toleration in Paris traces the specific history of the Huguenots after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. David Garrioch identifies the roots of this transformation of attitudes towards the minority Huguenot population in their own methods of resistance to persecution and pragmatic government responses to it, as well as in the particular environment of Paris. Above all, this book identifies the extraordinary shift in Catholic religious culture that took place over the century as a significant cause of change, set against the backdrop of cultural and intellectual transformation that we call the Enlightenment--
Neighbourhood and community in Paris, 1740-1790 by David Garrioch( Book )

15 editions published between 1986 and 2002 in English and held by 560 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In Neighbourhood and Community in Paris, 1740-1790, Garrioch explores the way that communities functioned and were maintained, and in the process touches on many aspects of life in 18th century Paris
The formation of the Parisian bourgeoisie, 1690-1830 by David Garrioch( Book )

11 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 422 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Despite their importance during the French Revolution, the Paris middle classes are little known. This book focuses on the family organization and the political role of the Paris commercial middle classes using as a case study the Faubourg St. Marcel and particularly the parish of St. Medard. David Garrioch argues that in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries the commercial middle classes were steadfastly local in their family ties and outlook. He shows, too, that they took independent political action in defense of their local position. This gradually changed during the eighteenth century, and the Revolution greatly accelerated the process of integration, at the same time broadening the composition of what may now be termed the Parisian bourgeoisie. Central to Garrioch's argument is the idea that family, politics and power are intimately connected. He shows the centrality of kinship to local politics in the first half of the eighteenth century, and the way new family structures were related to changes in the nature of politics even before the Revolution. Among the many important issues considered are birth control, the role of women the importance of lineage, the spatial limits of middle-class lives and the language and secularization of politics
La religion vécue : les laïcs dans l'Europe moderne : [actes du colloque, Prato, Monash university, 3-4 juillet 2010] by Laurence Croq( )

8 editions published in 2013 in French and Undetermined and held by 232 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Between Aix-en-Provence and Geneva from Paris to Utrecht, this book renews the traditional approaches of religious history in terms of social history in the urban context, offering a social history of religion. The faithful are not thought of as solitary individuals in their relationship with God and the clergy, but as beings belonging to a plurality of bodies. Their religious identity is one of their corporate identities are many (family, work, civic, etc.). Based on the concept of incorporation, the book develops religion as a dimension of the experience of men and women who belong to several communities. How does one reconcile membership of groups that are apparently incompatible? How, too, does one decide to leave a body for the benefit of another, or through individualized pipes? By correlating the Protestant and Catholic worlds, this book discusses religion in the lives of the citizens of Western Europe
The culture of the book : essays from two hemispheres in honour of Wallace Kirsop( Book )

6 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 96 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Two hundred years of the French Revolution : proceedings of the Sixth George Rudé Seminar, Melbourne, 2[-]4 July 1988 by David Garrioch( Book )

4 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les huguenots de Paris et l'avènement de la liberté religieuse : 1685-1789 by David Garrioch( Book )

4 editions published in 2021 in French and held by 36 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Comment les huguenots ont-ils survécu, vécu et même prospéré dans le Paris du dix-huitième siècle, alors que la majorité de la population catholique était notoirement hostile au protestantisme ? Pourquoi, à la fin de l'Ancien Régime, l'opinion publique était-elle très majoritairement favorable à l'octroi de droits plus grands aux protestants ? Cet ouvrage étudie l'essor de la tolérance religieuse à Paris et retrace l'histoire des huguenots parisiens après la révocation de l'édit de Nantes en 1685 - une des décisions de Louis XIV sans doute les plus lourdes de conséquences pour la France. David Garrioch trouve les racines de cette transformation des attitudes à l'endroit de la minorité huguenote à la fois dans la manière dont elle sut résister à la persécution et dans le pragmatisme avec lequel le gouvernement décida d y réagir, surtout après la mort de Louis XIV, mais aussi dans 1 environnement tout à fait particulier qu'était alors la capitale française par rapport au reste du royaume. Ce livre permet surtout de comprendre l'évolution extraordinaire de la culture catholique qui se produisit au cours du siècle, dans le cadre de la transformation culturelle et intellectuelle que nous appelons les Lumières et qui bouleversa la France et l'Europe."--Page 4 de la couverture
The explanation of ideology : family structures and social systems by Emmanuel Todd( Book )

8 editions published between 1985 and 1989 in English and held by 32 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Explores the hypothesis that family structure is a key factor in the development of social and political systems
La fabrique du Paris révolutionnaire by David Garrioch( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The people of Paris and their police, introducing a modern police force by David Garrioch( Book )

2 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vers un ordre bourgeois? : Révolution française et changement social : [actes du Symposium international tenu à Villeneuve-d'Ascq les 12-14 janvier 2006] by Michel Biard( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En ce début de xxie siècle, est-il encore concevable de qualifier une révolution, une société, un comportement ... de "bourgeois(e)", terme volontiers considéré comme suranné voire digne d'un marxisme d'un autre siècle quand il n'est pas édulcoré dans le vocable gentiment critique de "bobo" (bourgeois bohême)? Pour répondre, n'oublions pas que les mots aussi ont une histoire et celle de "révolution bourgeoise" fut singulièrement contrastée. Pendant longtemps, la relation qui associait la geste révolutionnaire à l'avènement de la bourgeoisie s'est imposée avec la force de l'évidence. D'emblée, les historiens libéraux de la Restauration qualifièrent la Révolution française de "bourgeoise" ; et pendant plus d'un siècle l'évidence demeura indiscutée. À partir des années 1950, cependant, le consensus fut brisé par des historiens comme George Taylor et Alfred Cobban, qui y virent un insupportable réductionnisme. La notion de "révolution bourgeoise" prit ensuite un sens de plus en plus polémique, au point qu'à la fin des années 1980, l'idée même d'une lecture sociale de la Révolution française a paru, à certains, d'un déterminisme désuet, ignorant l'histoire politique et culturelle, cultivant "le mythe de la bourgeoisie française" (S. Maza, 2003). Pourtant, la question des liens entre les dynamiques sociales et politiques dans l'histoire des révolutions demeure bel et bien posée, de même que celle de la portée des changements intervenus dans la France révolutionnée. Alors, n'est-il pas temps de briser ce tabou implicite? Ce livre s'y emploie : en croisant les contributions d'historiens européens et américains, il examine l'usage des notions discutées et il réinterroge l'événement révolutionnaire en partant des acquis récents d'une histoire moins cloisonnée, dans laquelle l'histoire sociale et l'identification des comportements collectifs découlent d'interactions multiples entre rapports socio-économiques, représentations culturelles et investissements
Neighbourhood, community, and sociability in Paris in the second half of the eighteenth century by David Garrioch( Book )

5 editions published between 1983 and 1984 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The making of revolutionary Paris by David Garrioch( )

2 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The culture of the book : essays from two hemispheres in honour of Wallace Kirsop( )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La religion vécue : les laïcs dans l'Europe moderne( )

1 edition published in 2019 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Entre Aix-en-Provence et Genève, de Paris à Utrecht, cet ouvrage renouvelle les approches traditionnelles de l'histoire religieuse en l'ouvrant davantage à l'histoire sociale dans le contexte urbain. Il propose une histoire sociale du religieux. Les fidèles ne sont pas pensés comme des individus dans leur rapport solitaire à Dieu et au clergé mais comme des êtres appartenant à une pluralité de corps. Leur identité religieuse est une de leurs identités corporatives qui sont plurielles (familiales, professionnelles, civiques...). S'appuyant sur la notion d'incorporation, ce livre conçoit la religion comme une dimension de l'expérience des hommes et des femmes qui appartiennent à plusieurs communautés. Comment « faire corps », en quelles occasions et sous quelles formes ? Comment concilier l'appartenance à des corps a priori incompatibles, comment admettre dans un corps la différence confessionnelle ? Comment, aussi, se « désincorporer » en quittant un corps au profit d'un autre, ou par le biais d'une individualisation des conduites ? En mettant en parallèle les mondes protestant et catholique, ce livre interroge donc la religion vécue des citadins de l'Europe de l'Ouest
Social history ; Morellet ; Social anthropology ; History of the book by Myrtille Méricam-Bourdet( )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The republic of skill : artisan mobility, innovation, and the circulation of knowledge in premodern Europe( Book )

2 editions published in 2022 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Artisans travelled all over Europe in the pre-modern period, and they were responsible for many technical innovations and new consumer products. This volume moves away from the model of knowledge 'transfer' and, drawing on new understandings of artisan work, considers the links between artisan creativity and mobility. Through case studies of different industries, it emphasizes traditions of migration, the experience of moving, and the stimulus provided by new economic and work environments. For both male and female artisans, the weight of these factors varied from one trade to another, and from place to place"--
Les huguenots de Paris et l'avènement de la liberté religieuse : 1685-1789 by David Garrioch( )

1 edition published in 2021 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Comment les huguenots ont-ils survécu et même prospéré dans le Paris du XVIIIe siècle, alors que la majorité de la population catholique était hostile au protestantisme? Pourquoi, à la fin de l'Ancien Régime, l'opinion publique était-elle majoritairement favorable à l'octroi de droits plus grands aux protestants? David Garrioch explique cette transformation des attitudes à l'endroit de la minorité huguenote à la fois par la manière dont elle sut résister à la persécution et le pragmatisme avec lequel le gouvernement décida d'y réagir, mais aussi par l'environnement particulier qu'était alors la capitale par rapport au reste du royaume. Ce livre permet surtout de comprendre l'évolution de la culture catholique dans le cadre de la transformation culturelle et intellectuelle des Lumières. David Garrioch, historien, est professeur à Monash University (Melbourne, Australie). Les Editions La Découverte ont publié son premier livre traduit en français: La Fabrique du Paris révolutionnaire. Il est également l’auteur de The Formation of the Parisian Bourgeoisie, 1680-1830 et de Neighbourhood and Community in Paris, 1740-1790
Special issue devoted to the social history of urban neighborhoods( Book )

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

 
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The making of revolutionary Paris
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The Huguenots of Paris and the coming of religious freedom, 1685-1789Neighbourhood and community in Paris, 1740-1790The making of revolutionary ParisSocial history ; Morellet ; Social anthropology ; History of the book
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English (112)

French (22)