Pierre-Yves Saunier

Biographie

For what concerns the activities within PhiLab I cannot comment as of yet, as I have not participated in the group’s activities as of yet. I teach the history of Europe from 1750 to 1914 at Université Laval. My teachings frequently include the 20th century and are often designed with a transnational perspective. What interests me is the way in which Europe as a territory is made and unmade by connections and interfaces between the different countries of Europe, and between the world and Europe.
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  • 'Les régimes circulatoires du domaine social 1800-1940 : projets et ingénierie de la convergence et de la différence', Genèses, 71, June 2008, p.4-25
  • with Shane Ewen, eds, Another Global City. Historical Explorations into the Transnational Municipal Moment 1850-2000, New York: Palgrave, 2008, p. 1-18
  • with Akira Iriye, eds The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History, London : Palgrave, 2009.
  • with Ludovic Tournès, « Philanthropies croisées: a joint venture in public health at Lyon (1917–1940) », French History, 23:2, 2009, p. 216-240.
  • ‘Borderline Work: ILO Explorations onto the Housing Scene until 1940’ in Jasmien Van Daele, Magaly Rodríguez García, Geert Van Goethem, Marcel van der Linden (eds),  ILO Histories. Essays on the International Labour Organization and its Impact on the World during the Twentieth Century, Brussels: Peter Lang, 2010, p.197-221
  • La secrétaire générale, l’ambassadeur et le docteur. Un conte en trois épisodes pour les historiens du « monde des causes » à l’époque contemporaine, 1800-2000, Monde(s). Histoire, Espaces, Relations, 1: 1, 2012, pp. 29-47.
  • Transnational History, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
  • « Wedges and Webs. Rockefeller Nursing Fellowships (1920–40) », in  Ludovic Tournès and Giles Scott-Smith  (eds), Global Exchanges Exchange Programs, Scholarships and Transnational Circulations in the Modern World, New York, Berghahn Books, 2017, pp.127-140.
  • “Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition. Comments on Jürgen Osterhammel’s “Global history”, in Peter Burke and Marek Tamm (eds.), Debating New Approaches in History, London, Bloomsbury, 2018 (àparaître).
  • “Everything one wants to know about international organizations? A critical biography of the Yearbook of International Organizations 1909-2016”, in Daniel Laqua, Wouter van Acker and Christophe Verbruggen (eds.), International Organizations and Global Civil Society: Histories of the Union of International Associations, Bloomsbury, 2018 (coming soon).
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