[Boundaries at stake. The Annales school and sociology.].

Rev Synth 2010 ;131(1):99-127

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Since their beginnings in the 1930's, the Annales periodically demarcated themselves with sociology. Focusing on three decisive moments (the foundation, the Braudel moment, and the eighties), this article documents the process of boundaries drawing, which is unvaryingly at stakes in the context of institutional and epistemological disputes. The collective identity of the Annales resulted from the definition of continuously adjusted values.

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