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Barthes, l'histoire, les historiens

Abstract : Roland Barthes and the historians of the Annales School formed a bond of solidarity over the course of many years, raising major intellectual issues. Barthes tried to renew history and literary theory, relying in part on the idea of the history of mentalities and Fernand Braudel’s theory of the “longue durée”. At the same time, he wished to situate his semiology at the crossroads of human sciences: semiology interrogates the relation of the sciences to the sign, while simultaneously enriching their contributions and always working with an attentiveness to their new anxieties. Semiology and history are strongly linked in Barthes’ thought because meaning is a product of history. In attempting to highlight the historical dimension of Barthesian thought we wish to question the possible development of interdisciplinary research, while at the same time demonstrating the power, still strikingly original today, of a historical theory of reading, one that can be deduced from the work of Barthes.
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Hessam Noghrehchi. Barthes, l'histoire, les historiens. Littératures. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017USPCA130⟩. ⟨tel-01946372⟩



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