Joanne Vajda, « Paris et l’élite voyageuse : la fabrique d’un rayonnement international. 1855-1937 », Anuarul Institutului de Cercetări Socio-Umane Sibiu, vol. XXV, 2018
Joanne Vajda, « Paris et l’élite voyageuse : la fabrique d’un rayonnement international.1855-1937 », Anuarul Institutului de Cercetări Socio-Umane Sibiu, vol. XXV, 2018, p. 99-128
Abstract: By analysing the effect of the travelling elite and the foreign colonieson certain districts of Paris, we will show that the patterns of movement that theyinitiated, had an effect on the construction of an image of the city, and also influencedthe development of its urban space and the social manners of its fashionable upper classes.We will focus particularly on the contribution of the Romanian travelling elite to theconstruction of the relationship between the Romanian colony and the Parisian society. Theevolution of the perception of the foreigners from the upper classes and the underlying logicof their arrival and settling in Paris between 1855 and 1937 will be assessed.In the present context a more open, forward-looking view of the urban history,which underlines the international and especially European contribution to his evolution,is a way to arouse an interest for “the other”. Furthermore, this angle of view offers anopening to writing a history of the European movement in the modern era.
Keywords: Paris, urban history, social history, architecture, travelling elite,tourism, migration.
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