>>86061 There is a shitload of them I know but I don't know if they've been translated in english (and I don't know the english-language's ones), let me take a look. >>86073 You should just look into most manuscripts/codex margin, it's literally a fuckfest.
>>86438 There is no work, and if you find an available position you have to be the friend or the cousin of a guy/girl already working in that museum/institution to have the slightest chance to have an interview. Also I'm more into economic and cultural/institutional history and my research director assigned me to an agronomical/social thesis against my will.
>>86508 I wanted to work on the officer (senechal, chambellan, etc..) status, prestige and whereabout in the delimited cultural and spacial area of the dukal court. The first subject I wanted to work on was how the Swan's Keeper office was created in the late Valois Burgundy, his interactions and the power struggle inside the court and with the other officers, and how that office was later transmitted into the boundaries of the HRE. Now I work on cattling in the princes' holidays castles. Kill me already.
>>86555 No. Because the Northern nobles needed to expand south anyway, so it was a political and religious genocide.
>>86590 Yes, more or less. >why did the French really follow a little girl into battle? Because for Charles it was the necessary mean to make his troops believe God was on the French side and make them fight with all of their strenght. Once Joan's purpose have been achieved Charles didn't had any use for her and she was more like a threat to his personnal power. That's why when the burgundians caught her he didn't help her anymore.
>>86633 Ouaip, certains. Un qui est pas mal est "La naissance du capitalisme au moyen-age" de Heers, qui explique bien les rapports à l'argent et les flu financiers de l'époque, la plupart des Sivéry sont sur les rapport agro-économiques, et les gros bouquins de la collection "Histoire de France" ont de grosses parties sur l'économie.
Après pour d'autre thèmes plus poussés, notamment les systèmes financiers lombards ou l'appareil économique de la Livonie teutonique, vaut mieux regarder dans les publications étrangères.
>>86573 >No. Because the Northern nobles needed to expand south anyway, so it was a political and religious genocide.
It's a bit more complicated than that. Innocent III excommunicated cathar nobles, cities and the one who supported them. That means that these territories were "in prey": anyone who could conquer it could legitimately claim it thanks to the Pope. The King of France had much better shit to do than attacking his own people like fighting the English. He had to conquer these territories back or convert its inhabitants or foreign powers like Aragon (see battle of Muret) could have seized them.
>>86691 I'm wasn't talking about the King, I was talking about the barons, counts and other nobles who wanted a big chunk of the rich southern lands since a while, especially to land their heirs. They'd have attacked the south anyway in the coming years.
>>86756 >Proof? A conference I attended 2 years ago but didn't listened to too much (partied the night before and no european credits whatsoever if I submitted a , one of the main thesis of one of the participant was that the number of unlanded heirs in the northern part of France would have led to a civil war in the coming decades, if not years. But as I said it's not the part of history I'm interested in, so maybe I recalled it wrong.
>>86788 Master de Recherche à l'université de Dijon, j'y suis toujours [spoiler]En troisième année de master :^)[/spoiler]
>>86820 Well, you had a shitload of days off, could make a little benefice of your work, had a community to belong to, etc. On the other hand you were the first target of raiders and armies, the first victim of wars, If the new lord was a dick you were fucked deep in the ass except if you could appeal to the king, and if you had a disease you were pretty much done for.
>>86900 Not by nobles, most of the time it's burgers and scholars who describe their life. A good part of the peasantry could read basic stuff but not write anyway. Also one of the most common source is the archeological studies.
>>86943 Aucune gratification, qu'elle soit financière ou professionnelle, ne me fera continuer la recherche en histoire dans le contexte actuel des universités, et encore moins y enseigner. L'Etat (ici socialiste) veut créer des boeufs technocrates sans culture et je refuse de participer à cette trahison des générations futures. Donc j'irai faire mon beurre ailleurs.
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