Paysans et seigneurs en Europe: une histoire comparée, XVIe–XIXe siècle, Guy Lemarchand, Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2011

in Historical Materialism
Restricted Access
Get Access to Full Text
Rent on DeepDyve

Have an Access Token?



Enter your access token to activate and access content online.

Please login and go to your personal user account to enter your access token.



Help

Have Institutional Access?



Access content through your institution. Any other coaching guidance?



Connect

Abstract

In this panoramic survey Guy Lemarchand undertakes to outline the history of the feudal system which persisted across the European continent from the sixteenth until the second half of the nineteenth century. In the crisis of the seventeenth century, seigneurial reaction backed by the absolutist state enabled this feudal mode to reconsolidate and extend itself eastward. The eighteenth century represented the system’s apogee based on high food prices, increased rents and state support. Feudalism’s dissolution beginning with the French Revolution and continuing until the emancipation of the Russian serfs came about as a result of revolution from below and from above under the increasing influence of capitalism and liberalism. Offering an enormous comparative perspective on this long-lived mode of production, Lemarchand’s work fails to articulate theoretically the relationship between this enduring mode and the concurrent rise of capitalism.

Paysans et seigneurs en Europe: une histoire comparée, XVIe–XIXe siècle, Guy Lemarchand, Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2011

in Historical Materialism

Sections

References

AndersonPerry Lineages of the Absolutist State 1974 London New Left Books

BlackledgePaul Symposium on Chris Wickham’s Framing the Early Middle Ages Historical Materialism 2011 19 1 37 231

ChristoffersonMichael Scott ‘François Furet between History and Journalism, 1958–65’ French History 2001 15 4 421 447

DobbMaurice Studies in the Development of Capitalism 1946 New York International Publishers

HellerHenry The Birth of Capitalism: A Twenty-First Century Perspective 2011 London Pluto Press

HiltonRodney The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism 1976 London New Left Books

HobsbawmEric Hilton ‘From Feudalism to Capitalism’ 1976 1976

LefebvreGeorges Hilton ‘Some Observations’ 1976 1976

LemarchandGuy La fin du féodalisme dans le pays de Caux: conjoncture économique et démographique et structure sociale dans une région de grande culture de la crise du XVIIe siècle à la stabilisation de la Révolution (1640–1795) 1989 Paris Comité des Travaux historiques et scientifiques

LemarchandGuy L’économie en France de 1770 à 1830: De la crise de l’ancien régime à la révolution industrielle 2008 Paris Armand Colin

LemarchandGuy Paysans et seigneurs en Europe: une histoire comparée XVIe–XIXe siècle 2011 Rennes Presses Universitaires de Rennes

MarxKarl FowkesBen Capital: A Critique of Political Economy 1977 [1867] Volume One New York Vintage

MazauricClaude L’histoire de la Révolution française et la pensée marxiste 2009 Paris Presses Universitaires de France

MousnierRoland Fureurs paysannes: les paysans dans les révoltes du XVIIe siècle (France Russie Chine) 1967 Paris Calmann-Lévy

SoboulAlbert Les sans-culottes parisiens en l’An II: Mouvement populaire et gouvernement révolutionnaire (1793–1794) 1958 Paris Clavreuil

VovelleMichel Religion et Révolution: la déchristianisation de l’An II 1976 Paris Hachette

WallersteinImmanuel The Modern World-System Volume 1: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century 1974 New York Academic Press

1.

Marx 1977pp. 871–930.

2.

Dobb 1946.

3.

Hilton (ed.) 1976.

4.

Lefebvre 1976pp. 122–7.

5.

Mazauric 2009.

6.

Soboul 1958.

7.

Christofferson 2001.

8.

Vovelle 1976.

9.

Lemarchand 1989.

10.

Lemarchand 2008.

11.

Heller 2011.

12.

Blackledge (ed.) 2011.

13.

Heller 2011pp. 215–39.

14.

Mousnier 1967.

15.

Hobsbawm 1976.

16.

Hobsbawm 1976p. 164.

17.

Wallerstein 1974pp. 86–7.

18.

Wallerstein 1974pp. 181 184–5.

19.

Anderson 1974.

20.

Anderson 1974pp. 22–3.

21.

Anderson 1974pp. 23–4.

Index Card

Content Metrics

Content Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 20 20 6
Full Text Views 4 4 4
PDF Downloads 1 1 1
EPUB Downloads 0 0 0