Электронная книга: Roger Chartier «The Sociologist and the Historian»

The Sociologist and the Historian

In 1988, the renowned sociologist Pierre Bourdieu and the leading historian Roger Chartier met for a series of lively discussions that were broadcast on French public radio. Published here for the first time, these conversations are an accessible and engaging introduction to the work of these two great thinkers, who discuss their work and explore the similarities and differences between their disciplines with the clarity and frankness of the spoken word. Bourdieu and Chartier discuss some of the core themes of Bourdieu’s work, such as his theory of fields, his notions of habitus and symbolic power and his account of the relation between structures and individuals, and they examine the relevance of these ideas to the study of historical events and processes. They also discuss at length Bourdieu’s work on culture and aesthetics, including his work on Flaubert and Manet and his analyses of the formation of the literary and artistic fields. Reflecting on the differences between sociology and history, Bourdieu and Chartier observe that while history deals with the past, sociology is dealing with living subjects who are often confronted with discourses that speak about them, and therefore it disrupts, disconcerts and encounters resistance in ways that few other disciplines do. This unique dialogue between two great figures is a testimony to the richness of Bourdieu’s thought and its enduring relevancefor the humanities and social sciences today.

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Roger Chartier

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Chartier.

Roger Chartier, né à Lyon le 9 décembre 1945, est un historien français rattaché au courant historiographique de l’école des Annales. Il travaille sur l’histoire du livre, de l'édition et de la lecture.



Originaire de Lyon, il fait ses études secondaires au lycée Ampère de cette même ville. Entre 1964 et 1969 il est élève à l’École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud et en parallèle, il poursuit un cursus universitaire de licence et de maîtrise à la Sorbonne (1966-1967). En 1969, il est reçu à l'agrégation d'histoire.

Il enseigne comme professeur agrégé au lycée Louis-le-Grand de Paris entre 1969 et 1970. Cette même année, il devient assistant en Histoire moderne à l'université de Paris I puis, maître-assistant à l'École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS). Il devient par la suite maître de conférences (1978-1983) puis directeur d’études à l'EHESS. En 2006, il est nommé professeur au Collège de France, titulaire de la chaire « Écrit et cultures dans l'Europe moderne »[1]. Il anime également l’émission Les Lundis de l'Histoire sur France Culture, au cours de laquelle il s’entretient avec des historiens qui publient des ouvrages sur l’histoire moderne (XVIe - XVIIIe siècle).

Les travaux de Roger Chartier sont décrits, par Dorothea Kraus, dans les termes suivants : « L’auteur, le texte, le livre et les lecteurs sont les quatre pôles entre lesquels se déploie le champ de travail de Roger Chartier sur une histoire du livre et de la lecture et qu’il cherche à relier dans le cadre d’une histoire culturelle du social. Le concept d’« appropriation » rend dans cette perspective non seulement possible de faire converger ces objets de recherche, mais aussi de les mettre en relation avec les pratiques de la lecture qui déterminent chaque appropriation et qui dépendent à leur tour des compétences de lecture d’une communauté de lecteurs, des stratégies de l’auteur, de la forme du texte. »[2]

Distinctions académiques et honorifiques


Notes et références

  1. http://www.college-de-france.fr/default/EN/all/eur_mod/
  2. Dorothea Kraus, « Appropriation et pratiques de la lecture. Les fondements méthodologiques et théoriques de l'approche de l'histoire culturelle de Roger Chartier », dans : Labyrinthe n° 3, 1999, § 28 lire en ligne.



  • Philippe Poirrier, 'Les Enjeux de l'histoire culturelle', Paris, Seuil, 2004.
  • Philippe Poirrier, « Préface. L’histoire culturelle en France. Retour sur trois itinéraires : Alain Corbin, Roger Chartier et Jean-François Sirinelli », Cahiers d’histoire, vol. XXVI nº 2, hiver 2007, p. 49–59 [lire en ligne]
  • Dorothea Kraus, « Appropriation et pratiques de la lecture. Les fondements méthodologiques et théoriques de l'approche de l'histoire culturelle de Roger Chartier », dans : Labyrinthe n° 3, 1999, p. 13-25. lire en ligne

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