Institut d'Histoire

Master en Histoire

Hybride

Mission

Le programme a pour objectif de spécialiser les étudiants dans le domaine de la recherche en Histoire, en vue de maîtriser l’exploitation des sources primaires et de s’adapter aux méthodes de l’Histoire et à mettre en pratique les différentes approches d’écriture de l’Histoire.
Les étudiants se spécialisent dans l’histoire du Liban à toutes les échelles spatiales, toutes les périodes historiques ainsi que dans des domaines variés.
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Master devra permettre aux étudiants d’éclairer et d’illustrer leurs connaissances en histoire par des références artistiques relatives aux différents aspects de l’Histoire de l’Art.

Objectifs Éducatifs du Programme

1. Les étudiants mèneront un projet de recherche dès le début (sélection et identification des sources et de la méthode d’analyse) jusqu’à la production finale du document scientifique attendu.
2. Les étudiants classeront les sources selon leur pertinence et leur type.
3. Les étudiants apprendront à manier la critique artistique et historique.

Aboutissements du Programme

a. Les diplômés sauront réaliser une analyse complète de l’histoire du Liban, dans les deux langues française et arabe.
b. Ils sauront mener à terme des recherches dans un domaine spécialisé.
c. Ils pourront enseigner l’histoire dans le secteur scolaire et au premier cycle des études universitaires.
36 crédits
Specialization
HIS630Art Critic
3 credits
This course aims at teaching students how to develop a critical eye to define a work of art, analyze its characteristics, place the work of the artist in its correct time, and to know how to channel the information. The art critic explains, defends, objects, regulates, distinguishes and creates artistic movements, and these are the skills students can acquire on this course.
HIS625History of International Relations (1918 – 2006)
3 credits
This seminar covers the large context of international relations. It introduces these relations from the first colonial period to the implementation of strategies to secure and dominate the territory. The philosophical theories that preside over these relations will be discussed in class. The implementation of the supranational and super­states authorities of social, political, economic and military types, as well as their actions, will be studied. A study of the Arab world and the Mediterranean Sea are included, from the eve of World War I until the present day.
HIS600Research Methodology
3 credits
Students will develop the practice of critical thinking and analytical approaches they have already applied in history and archeology, opening up the horizons of their research, so they can choose the form of their research paper or thesis. Students will include, alongside the research project, the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to develop their thesis. Component parts of thesis writing will include: structuring the outline, dividing the content into chapters, and writing the introduction and conclusion in a coherent and rigorous way.
HIS650Seminary: Ancient Lebanon
3 credits
Besides the theoretical and practical knowledge, this course includes field work experience in a multidisciplinary context.
HIS655Seminary: Medieval Lebanon
3 credits
Students are introduced to the history of medieval Lebanon, a very important period which begins with the Arab­Muslim conquest of Lebanon in 636 and which ends in 1516 with the victory of the Ottomans over the Mamelukes. Students will become familiar in research using primary sources.
HIS660Seminary: Modern and Contemporary Lebanon
3 credits
This course deals with extensive questions related to the history of modern and contemporary Lebanon, based on primary sources such as archives and manuscripts.
HIS620Social History: structure of the family in rural and urban areas
3 credits
This course examines the family status in different areas and it detects the factors of change and durability. It is obvious that the situation of the family changes in Lebanon, but it is also well known that it remains at the base of society and is an element which gives the country its charm and stability.
HIS640Thematic Research
6 credits
This course studies problematic cases related to the history, art and archeology of Lebanon.
Capstone
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