Unipop de ville en ville : Une brève histoire de l’identité bretonne, par Joël Cornette, et le film : "Que la fête commence" de Bertrand Tavernier

Unipop from town to town: A brief history of Breton identity, by Joël Cornette, and the film: "Que la fête commence" by Bertrand Tavernier

Cultural, Movie screening, Historic in Belley
  • Screening of the film "Let the party begin" and retransmission of the conference.

  • Description of the lecture "Une brève histoire de l'identité bretonne", by Joël Cornette :
    Joël Cornette: a former student at the École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud, agrégé in history and professor emeritus at the University of Paris 8-Vincennes, Joël Cornette is the author of numerous works on the France of the Ancien Régime and has edited the 13 volumes of the Histoire de France series published by Belin. He has written several books on the history of Brittany, including Histoire...
    Description of the lecture "Une brève histoire de l'identité bretonne", by Joël Cornette :
    Joël Cornette: a former student at the École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud, agrégé in history and professor emeritus at the University of Paris 8-Vincennes, Joël Cornette is the author of numerous works on the France of the Ancien Régime and has edited the 13 volumes of the Histoire de France series published by Belin. He has written several books on the history of Brittany, including Histoire illustrée de la Bretagne et des Bretons (Seuil, 2015), Anne de Bretagne (Gallimard, 2021) and Une brève histoire de l'identité bretonne. De Himilcon à nos jours (Tallandier, 2023). Joël Cornette was awarded the Grand Prix d'Histoire by the Académie Française for his body of work.
    "Today it is an honour to be Breton". These are the words of Jean Rohou in a book with a very telling title: Fils de ploucs, published in 2005. In the book, the author explains, among other things, that "until around 1970, we were an anti-model for everyone". That, in a nutshell, is perhaps one of the keys to the Breton paradox, a paradox that has taken the form of a formidable and recent reversal of image: from shame, or 'plouquerie', to pride... How can this reversal of image be explained and understood? It is the answer to this question that will be the focus of this brief, and very turbulent, history of Breton identity.

    Let the party begin" by Bertrand Tavernier, 1975
    France
    Running time: 2 hours
    Format: DCP
    Copy : Tamasa.
    With Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort
    On the death of Louis XIV, Philippe d'Orléans assumes the regency of the kingdom of France in Brittany. After years of constraint and bigoted hypocrisy, the reign of libertinism and debauchery begins...
    A historical fresco embodied by prodigious actors in a carefree atmosphere of lust and political intrigue.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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  • On March 11, 2024 at 6:30 PM
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