Afera Dreyfus / The Dreyfus Affair / L’affaire Dreyfus



Komentar k diskontinuiteti raziskovanja/A comment on a discontinuity of the research/Un commentaire sur la discontinuité de la recherche

Photos from the opening of the exhibition (made with my students) on the Dreyfus Affair in Murska Sobota in 2011 (accreditations are below).

During my six intensive years of teaching at the Faculty of humanities of the University of Primorska in Koper (2004–2010), I invented a particular – I also believe in many ways singular (engagements of students and teachers, work done, results given, products visible, gaiety spreaded and knowledge circulated, elaborated) – model of teaching-researching at the undergraduate level in Slovenian university space.

It all started from a modest intent that I simply wanted my students to understand that history is not something alien to them, to their social conditions, actions, and lives, but that they, on the contrary, live in its vice either consciously or unconsciously, and that it is present whether they’re aware of it or not in their every day existences, actions, gestures at least through its remnants and through the non-thought (l’impensé as Pierre Bourdieu would say), unreflective historical and memorial material. I clearly saw (experience from previous years) that if they don’t engage themselves in the making of knowledge, also in making mistakes, they’ll never learn anything in a cognitive way which is to my opinion the only one that counts for their lives and their emancipation as subjects and human beings. Thus I kind of a offered them a research engagement to be able to help them in perceiving some important relations in social textures, so in the past and so in the contemporary world.

We debated simple facts, such as what is history, what is national history, what is its relation to an individual, how it is done, transmitted, what places of memory are involved in construction of the community or society, what symbols hold the structure of society etc. We discussed these issues many times through various concepts, such as longue durée, invented traditions, mentalities, social representations, social facts (faits sociaux), imagined communities, places of memory, frames of collective memories and others. We discussed them also through very important differences between the concepts of history and memory, through written and oral, through analyses of specific imaginary structuration, through discursive and other practices.

I don’t really approve history as a drill, as a dull reciting of dates, battle-places and names. Such a competitive accumulation of information leads to nowhere (if not to authoritarian mental dispositive and erudite terror), and it has nothing to do with understanding the historical processes and social relations. Of course there’s a certain quota of data you have to know by heart – that’s history too, even a basic one (but this is not an aim by itself, and it is just scandalous if someone gets good grades just because of good mnemonics and nothing more – I surely didn’t want to produce non-thinking executive robots). But you can learn all the data you need also during the process of cognitive research (individual and collective at the same time) – in understanding the intelligible relations with other data, plans, intrigues, plots, and events, not as names and dates in the vacuum or enumerated on the linear vector of ethnocentric or national(istic) history.

So, in the frames of courses and seminars of Historical Anthropology I tried to combine teaching and researching methods in an equal and democratic way with my students.  We all went through the process of learning and affecting each other’s thoughts together.

(By the way, in Koper there’s the only Historical Anthropology program from undergraduate to postgraduate studies in Slovenia [don’t be surprised, it’s just that this is a pocket state of 2 million population]: Drago Braco Rotar and I wrote it in 2004, though the faculty direction later took some other names as the holders of some courses. We wrote 12 courses which now form the core of this program at the University of Primorska. All courses were accredited by the competent state ministry.)
After the university purge in 2010 (documents, petition, letters of support for the dismissed and media clippins of this madness are to be found here), there’re no competent teaching personnel for historical anthropology at the University of Primorska (those who pretend they’re, don’t even understand French where the school started), and our best students were chased away from Koper as well, so if you inscribe you’ll probably be served old unreflected history (an ethnocentric and cramped one) with a little decorum of the everyday life under that name. Don’t say you were not warned.

Back to the method:  I – with a support of my intellectual colleague Drago Rotar (the fact that I’m married to him has nothing to do whatsoever with our intellectual preoccupations and does not diminished a bit a competence of each of us, albeit the narrow minded provincial “elite” tried to show that incessantly, especially after the dismissals of critical intellectuals in the university milieu) – arranged my courses and seminars of historical anthropology in such a way, that they form a two-year research platform for each subject we wanted to research. I wanted, too, that there’s an outcome of the research work (either an exhibition or a series of radio contributions, or a collection of seminar papers or even a concert – when we researched the transmission of memory through the songs of rebellion in the history).

Starting with 2007 (but my preparations were much earlier: I started at least 3 years before) I firstly launched “The Dreyfus Affair” as a theme of my first 2-year research seminar. My conception included double approach: my and Rotar’s lectures on the theme on one side as a skeleton of the topic and seminar hours belonging to the main course on the other hand as an inquiring ground for individuals and groups. In the seminar hours my students research different aspects of the affair. I divided them into groups of 3-5 students and each group had it special theme – that means that it researched one aspect of the affair (for example groups were: 1. The Dreyfus Family, 2. French army and its involvement in the Dreyfus affair, 3. Artists and their engagements (taking parts) in the times of the affair (separately painters, writers, sculptors and others), 4. Newspapers and other journals in the time of the affair, 5. Women and the affair etc.). Each week each group had to report its new research findings, and I provided the skeleton schedule of the weekly interests for each group.

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Seminar research work in 2007/2008 (photos by Mina Bulić, TK and DBR)

Of course I bought during the preparation years many books on the subject which were at exposal to my students, we gathered more than 10.000 pages from different internet bases, settled a place for the topic in the university library, found very good web-sites with that topic and enumerate them in the bibliography we made during the seminar research, saw some movies on the theme. Among them: a wonderful silent court-métrage L’Affaire Dreyfus even from the time of the affair, 1899, by Georges Mélliès:

… and a William Dieterle film The Life of Emile Zola, 1937, with a famous scene of Zola’s speech before the jury at the court – a very short fragment can be seen below (trailer), Paul Muni played Zola exquisitely;  you can read and listen this Zola’s speech in Slovene below).

We also watched with my students a contemporary movie from 1995 on the Dreyfus Affair by Yves Boisset and Jorge Semprún, scenario written on the basis of the Jean-Denis Bredin‘s book L’Affaire.  You can watch this movie per partes on You Tube (with French captions).

It was not always an easy labor, as we discovered a terribly persistent strategies and unperceived technologies of anti-Semitism in Slovenia (still in function), but the subject was addressed, and that’s a lot for the start.

One of the peeks of our team-research work was an investigation of women participation in the affair and a discovery of a women’s daily newspaper La Fronde (1897-1903: daily, later on till 1905 published as a monthly), led by a feminist and journalist Marguerite Durand (1864-1936), in which a special section was dedicated to the Dreyfus Affair. Usually signed by Séverine (Caroline Rémy, 1856-1929), a highly emancipated, cultivated and interesting women of the French Third Republic, who was an ardent dreyfusard (if not a dreyfusist). One of my students actually went to Paris and brought us some photographies of the daily La Fronde on the crucial dates for the Dreyfus Affair, so we could see what was the position of the women in editorial team. Here’s La Fronde of 14 January 1898, the daily published Zola’s J’accuse!

La Fronde - 14.1.1898

Through this I knew my students were on the piste of the real analytical research and on their own way to the knowledge: no effort seemed in vain.

All in all: it was a great experience – for me as a teacher, and I think (by the responses I got) also for the students and – maybe for the first time in their lives – researchers in a track of something. They must have liked it as many diplomas (Drago Rotar and I tutored) came out of the research-seminar. We had much fun. We – all together – learned a lot. One of the best confirmation for this was, that one of my students listened a lecture about the Dreyfus affair at the net (at one of the prestigious universities from the States), and very consistently criticized it, noticed the small lapsus and impertinences in the conference. That’s a lot for an undergraduate from a small town in a small country who never dreamed she/he can even come to understand what the international intellectual currents (in history classes) speak about. I’m still proud I added a small portion to my student’s sovereignty and autonomous thinking.

We translated more than 30 texts, recorded them in Slovenian versions (students gave their voices; see below under VI.) and converted them into mp3 for the exhibition, prepared video-lectures, slides. It was a highly creative and open time of our lives.


POSLUŠAJTE OBTOŽUJEM! (J’ACCUSE!) ÉMILA ZOLAJA (v slovenščini),                    glas: Marko Gavriloski

(Tekst je bil objavljen tule: ZOLA, Émile, Obtožujem —! : pismo predsedniku republike g. Félixu Fauru (povezava je brez obširnih opomb, te so v tiskani verziji). Monitor ZSA, 2004, vol. 6, no. 1/2, str. 4-20. Prevod Drago Braco Rotar, uredila in kritični aparat pripravila Taja Kramberger. [COBISS.SI-ID 225164032] )

Razstava AFERA DREYFUS 1894-1906 - Plakat - FIN
A poster for the exhibition made by a student Miša Rojina Stanković

Finally, we made 45 panels, posters, flayers and organized big exhibition entitled The Dreyfus Affair (1894–1906), exposed together with video and audio material. This collective work was then shown to the Slovenian and Italian public: in Koper (2008), in Trieste (2009), in Maribor (2010) and in Murska Sobota (2011). And we baked an Esterhazy cake (the really guilty person in the affaire – among other schemers, of course – was Esterhazy) just for the final benefit at the end of the seminar.

Later on I tried to do similar seminar with 2 other themes, as students were very enthusiastic about it and ultimately we did a great work. The first was a seminar entitled “Transmission and politics of memory: socio-historical and anthropological context of the protest songs (19th and 20th Centuries, Europe & Latin America)”. And the second one was: “Forgotten words: reconstituting a Slovene vocabulary of the second half of 19th Century and of the beginning of 20th Century: historico-anthropological and socio-linguistic investigation”.

They both went rather well, we all had a sense that we are really onto something: in the seminar of protest music as a carrier of collective memories we actually went through the notion of “protest” (what does it mean to go “contra-courret”, what are social implications and effects of such a wave, how can we follow memories in various context, how words (social discourse) in poems change in different context while melody remains the same (what does that mean exactly?), and in the seminar of forgotten words we collected words, words and phrases that were “in” and “in circulation” at the end of 19th Century and were later forgotten (we tried to contextualize them and understand their social uses, sources etc.). We, Drago Rotar and I, when executing such seminars and implementing new type of work, had no support from the faculty or university whatsoever , but first two years at least we had relative peace and place to do it.

Subsequently, complications began, in the first line it was gossip why should we investigate human rights through the concrete material (as if it was enough to have them on the paper!), then why the French history should matter to Slovenians (!), thereupon – why we investigate anti-Semitism at all, it was – for some local university professors – obviously a thing of the past and it should remain there. Then, again, it seemed to someone, a teacher from the philosophy classes, that this was “noxiousness” and “dangerous” to verify human rights through real data. Then they (other teachers and “colleagues”) tried to avert my students from my classes. It didn’t work out … so they invented other means to stop the – I strongly believe – real research work of my students that had hardly began.

So, our efforts were ultimately interrupted in the middle of the work by the direction of the faculty and university which did not approve sudden emancipation of thinking and work by their students and also some of their teachers. Most of us, who thought critically of the lucrative aims and only quantification normatives of the university (the younger ones and those without tenure, in Slovene “a contract for indefinite time”), were banned in 2010 (“university purge” under the name of the “rationalization of the teaching personnel”). Some others, as prof. ord. Drago Rotar, were in the next two years exposed to incredible systematic harassement (D. Rotar still has an absurd suit of one of his ex-PhDs, Vlado Kotnik, who obviously had to pay his prize for his earlier “contamination” with critical social science only to keep his job and promotion in these groteque game).

When I think back of that time I see that we opened so many ways to be made coherent through further study, so many subjects, topics, problems to be reflected in further investigations and objections, that it was probably all too much for the people in positions in a narrow provincial social space which is mostly preoccupied by maintaining the status quo and live very cozily in its anachronistic representations of reality. We were endangering closed world of their beliefs and comforts.

Unimaginable hate speech which web-portal (an authorized media of the university and faculty leadership during the university purge in 2010, and it seems that it contiues after years in this political vocation as a shield of the same gang) enabled below its articles about the happenings at University of Primorska (every article unlatched hundreds of more or less lunatic replies) is just another simptom of total mental, moral (ethical) and human desintegration in the country. Slovenia is – or at least it rapidly became again if it ever ceased to be – a mob-country. After decades (centenary) of Verdrängungen and no reflection done or allowed (especially not in the domain of history), everything in this ghetto province is turned upside down: in the place of elites you have psihotic mobs, where social values and ethos should be you have plunder’s instructions and hostile rumors, where law should be you have a mafia omerta and attorney’s and judge’s complicity, where artistic production should be you have a mimesis and weak appropriations of world trends created by handy surogates-local geniuses who are at the same time State-run delators. Hanna Arendt warned about what happens when appearances replace reality (fascism comes), and Slovenia is a country only of appearances. So, when youre told about the Slovene success story, think at least twice what you were just told and why is that so. Who has interest and motive for such an image?
So, anti-Semitism which we – Drago Rotar and I – tried to deconstruct and analyse consequentely together with our students a few years ago now unimpededly flew into the air of the’s forums against me and Drago Rotar. Even 2 years after the purge (in 2012) I could read among many others insulting and vile expressions (I, who always speak publicly against social and individual injustices became a scapegoat of everything that does not fit to the abject plash of Slovene elite) that “I was paid to do the course by the Jewish community” [cf. anonimus named “Opa”, April 28, 2012],
further that I “greedely grabed the Jewish money”, that “I research Jews to degrade Palestinians” and other absurdities of mentally astrayed people, my Slovenian compatriots. No possibility to get the data of anonimous members of the forum, no chanches, no data for libel-suit, that’s what I was told when I tried to get concrete informations about a malign current of disinformation. A total disfunction of the correctness, morality, law. No chance at all that I in Slovenia a person of similar ethical consistency as Bernard Lazare or Scheurer-Kastner or Emile Zola or Caroline Remy would show up someday … and fragments of truth would eventually come out. No way. Nothing will ever come out, everything is eroded, twisted many times over, turned upside down, everybody is silent and in the complicity, so no chance … only we – Braco and I – decided to get the hella-out of this murderous “society”.

It is very probable that some of the “professors” and organs of the university or faculty in Koper, either socially or politically intertwined with French cultural Centre in Ljubljana, benefited from our research (and exhibition) in which they had no role whatsoever and hadn’t done anything to contribute to its putting up or achievements.

But, after all, we – Drago Rotar and I and some students who were engaged till the end (after we, Drago Rotar and I, as a consequence of multiple base intrigues and social & political pressures left the country in 2012) – don’t really care about it, as appropriation (a “normalized” strategy of stealing other people’s work in Slovenia) can’t come even close to the real connaissance of the complex materia we analysed with great interest, enjoyment and to our firm intellectual advantage.

Here are some products, materials, thoughts, articles, sources and documents of our research seminar work on the Dreyfus Affair in Faculty of Humanities Koper (2007/2008):

I.                  Syllabus of the course (2007/2008), first lecture on the Dreyfus Affair:

  • 1. lecture: Introduction to the Dreyfus Affair – SLOVENE / ENGLISH
  • Main “incriminating” documents of the DA:
  1. Bordereau (upper row 1,2)
  2. Dossier secret / Skrivni dosje (lower row 1)
  3. Faux Henry / Lažni Henry  (najbolj razvpit zapis iz Skrivnega dosjeja; lower row 2)

Drugi dokumenti (224)

II.                Two texts on the seminar work and exhibition in the student journal KAŽIN:

⊗      ANDREJA SINČIČ, “Jud. Obtožen. Kriv. Nedolžen. Rehabilitiran. Dreyfus.” In: KAŽIN, Koper, November 2008, p. 32.
⊗      ANDREJA SINČIČ, “Prav nobenega ozadja ni bilo” – intervju z raziskovalno mentorico Tajo Kramberger [Intreview with the research mentor Taja Kramberger]. In: KAŽIN, Koper, December 2008, p. 12-13.

III.               Photos from setting up and openings of the exhibition:

⊗      2008: Koper (photos by Mina Bulić, Nika Čokl in TK)

⊗      2009: Trieste (photos by Drago Rotar)
I. Guida della mostra sull’Affare Dreyfus (italiano)
II. Vodnik po razstavi o aferi Dreyfus

⊗      2010: Maribor (photos by PM, TK)

⊗      2011: Murska Sobota (photos by Tomislav Vrečič, PM, MS)
I. Guide to the Exhibition of the Dreyfus Affair (English)


IV.           Power point introductory presentation of the affair and a flyer

⊗      Short survey of the Dreyfus Affair – made by the student Patricia Gec  (when downloaded, please click on the “slide show” and “from the beginning” – the presentations is a dynamic one, accompanied by the music)
⊗      Flyer of the Exhibition

V.            Selection from panels:

Kaj je Afera Dreyfus in kakšen je njen pomen? [What is the Dreyfus Affair and what is its meaning?]
Uvertura v afero – obveščevalna služba [Overture to the Affair – Intelligence Service]
Izbruh afere in njene etape [Outburst of the Affair and its Stages]
Sodni proces pred vojnim svetom [First Trial in front of the Military Council]
Antijudaizem in antisemitizem v Franciji [Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism in France]
Karikature v času afere [Caricatures in the time of the Affair]
Ženske in Afera Dreyfus [Women and the Dreyfus Affair]
Odmevi na afero zunaj Francije [Echoes on the Affair outside France]
Odmevi v gluhi lozi – Slovenija, Trst [Echoes in the deaf space – Slovenia, Trieste]
Primerjava degradacije v različnih slovenofonih medijih [Comparision of the Degradation in various Slovenophone medias]
Reprezentacije Zolaja v slovenskih in tržaških medijih [Representations of Zola in Slovenian medias and medias of Trieste]

VI.             AUDIO:  Slovenian translations of some texts and their adequate audio-recordings (more translated texts are in the monograph below):


1. Zolajeva izjava poroti (na procesu zoper Émila Zolaja po objavi »Obtožujem…!« v L’Aurore, 13. januarja 1898), prizivno sodišče, 21. februarja 1898. Prevedel: DBR, glas: Marko Gavriloski.


2. Bernard Lazare, iz uvoda v delo Kako obsoditi nedolžnega (1898). Prevedla: TK, glas: Tjaša Korelc.


3.  Anton Pavlovič Čehov v pismu Alekseju Sergejeviču Suvorinu (6. februar 1898, Nica). Prevedla: TK, glas: Maja Tašner.


4. Besedilo peticije belgijskih žensk, zbranih okoli časnika La Réforme v podporo Alfredu Dreyfusu, ženi Lucie in otrokoma, naslovljene na ženo francoskega predsednika Félixa Faura (9. avgust 1898). Prevedla: TK, glas: Tjaša Korelc.


5. Séverine (Caroline Rémy), odlomek iz knjige Proti luči (1900). Prevod: TK, glas: Tjaša Korelc.



1. Édouard Drumont, uvod v delo Judovska Francija (1886). Prevedel: DBR, glas: Marko Gavriloski.


2. Maurice Barrès, »Stanje vprašanja«, članek o nacionalizmu in antidreyfusistih v članku  v časniku Le Journal (4. oktober 1898). Prevedla: TK, glas: Mitja Banovšek.


3. Léon Daudet, članek »Kazen« iz naslovnice Le Figaro (6. januarja 1895, o degradaciji Dreyfusa). Prevedla TK in DBR, glas: Tjaša Korelc.


4. Godefroy Cavaignac, v predavanju v okviru cikla Francoska domovina v Nancyju (1. december 1901). Prevedel: DBR, glas: Mitja Banovšek.


5. Paul Déroulède, Živela vojska!, nagovor Ligi domoljubov (16. Julij 1899). Prevedel: DBR, glas: Marko Gavriloski.


VII.              Sources, testimonies, texts written in the time of the Dreyfus Affair (taken more or less from Bibliothèque nationale française, Gallica):

A) Sources, documents and trial documents:

Tu je nekaj pomembnih dokumentov s strani: L’AFFAIRE DREYFUS – Un site de ressources consacré à l’histoire de l’Affaire (to je zelo uporabna stran s številnimi ključnimi dokumenti sodišč idr., zapiski, vizualnim gradivom-fototeko, povezavami, forumom ipd.):

B) Texts by Alfred Dreyfus & dreyfusards/dreyfusists:

Volume 1, Procès de 1894
Volume 2, L’affaire Esterházy
Volume 3, Procès Esterházy et Zola
Volume 4, Cavaignac et Félix Faure        
Volume 5, Procès de Rennes                                  
Volume 6, La révision
Volume 7, Index général
  • Léon Blum (1993), Souvenirs sur l’Affaire, Flammarion, Folio Histoire, Paris(napisano po aferi/written after the Affair).
  • Malwida von Meysenbug (1900), Mémoires d’une idéaliste, vol. 1, 2 (trad. de l’allemand ; avec une préf. Gabriel Monod), Fischbacher, Paris.
  • Gabriel Monod (1903), Souvenirs d’adolescence, Fischbacher, Paris.
  • Séverine (Carolyne Rémi de Guebhard) (1900), Vers la lumière, Émile Colin – Stock, Paris.

C) Texts by antidreyfusards/anti-Semits:


VIII.            Useful web-sites about the Dreyfus Affair [DA=Dreyfusova afera]:

1. EncJud_Dreyfus-affaire-band6-kolonne-223-224EncJudAD2EncJudAD3


EncJudANTS12. EncJud_anti-semitism-band3-kolonne123-124

IX.     Some of my texts on the Dreyfus Affair:

ZOLA, Émile, KRAMBERGER, Taja (ur.), ROTAR, Drago Braco (tr.). Obtožujem —! : pismo predsedniku republike g. Félixu Fauru. Monitor ZSA, 2004, vol. 6, no. 1/2, str. 4-20. [COBISS.SI-ID 225164032]

KRAMBERGER, Taja. Iz zgodovine intelektualcev: afera Dreyfus in francoski zgodovinarji. Monitor ZSA, 2008, vol. 10, no. 1/2, str. 25-81, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 1592275]

ČEHOV, Anton Pavlovič, ZOLA, Émile. Dva dokumenta iz afere Dreyfus : pismo Antona Pavloviča Čehova Alekseju Sergejeviču Suvorinu (februarja 1898) in Zolajeva izjava poroti (marca 1898), prevedla/translated by Taja Kramberger in Drago Braco Rotar. Monitor ZSA, 2008, vol. 10, no. 1/2, str. 355-365, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 250831104]

KRAMBERGER, Taja. Afera Dreyfus in tiskani mediji. Medij. preža (Tisk. izd.). [Tiskana izd.], dec. 2008, št. 32/33, str. 37-38. [COBISS.SI-ID 246886144]

EN FRANÇAIS: KRAMBERGER, Taja. Les lieux d’oubli : repères pour la recherche sur l’affaire Dreyfus dans l’historiographie slovène. In: VAUDAY, Patrick et al. (eds.). Histoire de l’oubli en contextes postsocialiste et postcolonial, (Knjižnica Annales Majora). Koper: Université de Primorska, Centre de recherches scientifiques, Maison d’édition Annales: Société d’historie de Primorska Sud, 2009, str. 189-213. [COBISS.SI-ID 1752275] Povezava na programsko knjižico simpozija s povzetki/Link to the program bulletin of the international scientific reunion with abstracts/résumés.

KRAMBERGER, Taja. Kartografiranje pozabe. Orientacijske točke za raziskavo afere Dreyfus v slovenskem zgodovinopisju in vloga medijev v aferi [Cartographie de l’oubli: repères pour la recherche de l’Affaire Dreyfus dans l’historiographie slovène et le rôle des médias dans l’Affaire]. In: KRAMBERGER, Taja in ROTAR, Drago, Nevidne evidence. Misliti idola tribus. Ljubljana: Založba Sophia, str. 177-217.

KRAMBERGER, Taja.  Kaj je Afera Dreyfus in čemu ostaja bela lisa v slovenskem zgodovinopisju? In: Taja KRAMBERGER (ed.), Afera Dreyfus (1894-1906) : konteksti, zastavki, vprašanja, dileme, (Zbirka Ad anthropologiam et historiam, 1). Koper: Addenda, 2011. ISBN 978-961-93031-3-9. [COBISS.SI-ID 254978304] – see under IX. (monograph)

X.       Monographic collection of student texts, translations and other materials with my introductory:

KRAMBERGER, Taja (ed.). Afera Dreyfus (1894-1906) : konteksti, zastavki, vprašanja, dileme, (Zbirka Ad anthropologiam et historiam, 1). Koper: Addenda, 2011. ISBN 978-961-93031-3-9. [COBISS.SI-ID 254978304]

XI.     * A post-seminar work (outside the university frames): I published a book of poetry based entirely on the Dreyfus Affair entitled Opus quinque dierum (2009):

  • 6 pesmi (izbor) iz pesniške knjige v slovenščini
  • 6 poems (a selection) from the poetry book in English
  • 6 poèmes (un choix) du recueil de poésie en français

XII.        If you still have nerves & interest: some other audios, videos, documentaries and video-conferences on the Dreyfus Affaire /Quelques vidéo-conférences sur l’Affaire Dreyfus:

1. INA.FR: L’affaire Dreyfus racontée par Henriette Psichari en 1971/Pričevanje Henriette Psichari leta 1971 o DA/Testimony about the Dreyfus Affair by Henriette Psichari en 1971 (en français)

2. Vincent Duclert (EHESS), Audio de la conférence de Vincent Duclert sur l’affaire Dreyfus, 2006, en français/ Audio lecture about the Dreyfus Affair by Vincent Duclert (EHESS), 2006

3. Vincent Duclert (EHESS), L’usage des savoirs. L’engagement des savants et l’affaire Dreyfus (audio ou vidéo en français), ENS, 2004

4. Henri Guillemin, L’Affaire Dreyfus, 1965 (en français en 6 suites sur You Tube; in six parts on You Tube)

5. Open Yale Courses: prof. John Merriman on General Boulanger and Captain Dreyfus (in English, 2007)

6. Conférence sur l’Affaire Dreyfus de Maître Jean-Denis Bredin à l’occasion du centenaire de la réhabilitation d’Alfred Dreyfus (en français)

7. Christophe Prochasson, L’affaire Dreyfus – les années électriques (23 min.; en français)

8. Marc Angenot, Eléments, figures et esquisse d’un historique de la pensée conspiratoire, de l’Abbé Barruel à Internet – Université libre de Bruxelles, 15 octobre 2008.

9. Marc Angenot, En quoi sommes-nous encore pieux ? – conférence

10. In the frames of Mosse Program: Ruth Harris Lecture (Oxford University): “The Intimate Politics of the Dreyfus Affair” (Part 1, Part2; in English)

11. Histoire/Actualités du vendredi 15/03/13 : Affaire Dreyfus/A quoi pensent les historiens ? [Sur l’Affaire Dreyfus à partir de min. 13 ; Delphine Gardey, historienne et sociologue, professeur d’histoire contemporaine à l’Université de Genève Pauline Peretz, historienne, spécialiste des Etats-Unis Chercheuse associée au Centre d’Etudes Nord Américaines de l’EHESS Christophe Granger, enseignant-chercheur en histoire contemporaine Pierre Gervais, maître de conférences en histoire à l’Université de Paris 8 Vincennes/Saint-Denis]

Dossier-secret-2013Knjiga Le Dossier Secret de l’Affaire Dreyfus [Skrivni dosje afere Dreyfus], ki je izšla spomladi 2013, vsebuje dokumente mape “dossier secret” in njihovo interpretacijo.

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