Dr. Nebiha Guiga

CV

  • 2014-2016: M.A. in Social Sciences (History),  EHESS Paris
  • 2017-2020: Research Group Assistant, Ecoles des Mines-CRC, Sophia-Antipolis (France), Research project on the raft of the Medusa
  • 2019-2021: AMI Doctoral Research Fellow, Franco-German Institute for Social and Historical Sciences, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany. Co-editor for the recension journal Revue de l’IFRA
  • 2021: PhD in History, EHESS Paris / Universität Heidelberg,Dissertation: “Le champ couvert de morts sur qui tombait la nuit”. To be wounded in combat and healed in Napoleonic Europe (1805-1813).Supervisors: Pr. Patrice Gueniffey and Pr. Sven Externbrink
  • Since May 2021: Research associate (Post-doc) in the project Archipelagic Imperatives. Shipwreck and Lifesaving in European Societies since 1800, ZfL.

Research Interests

  • Military history
  • History of military surgery
  • Napoleonic wars
  • Historical anthropology
  • History of shipwrecks

Publications

  • Article ‘Refuser l'amputation dans l'Europe napoléonienne’ [Refusing amputation in
    Napoleonic Europe], Trajectoires [Online], 11 | 2018 http://journals.openedition.org/trajectoires/2582
  • Publication, To be wounded in battle and healed in Napoleonic Europe (PhD project), in:
    Portal Militärgeschichte [online], URL: http://portalmilitaergeschichte.de/guiga_wounded.
    (2018)
  • ‘Everyday life, organization and supplies management: military hospitals in and around
    Vienna during the 1809 campaign in Austria’, in Artur Dirmeier and Mark Spoerer (eds.),
    Spital und Wirtschaft in der Vormoderne Sozial-karitative Institutionen und ihre
    Rechnungslegung als Quelle für die Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Regensburg, Pustet,
    2020, p. 153-166.
  • Raconter la blessure: entre mort de masse et expérience individuelle, l'exemple de la
    campagne de 1809 (armée napoléonienne, armée autrichienne)’[About battle wounds:
    between mass death and personal experience. The example of the 1809 campaign(French
    and Austrian armies)], in Walter Bruyère-Ostells, Benoît Pouget and Michel Signoli (eds.),
    Des chairs et des larmes. Combattre, souffrir, mourir dans les guerres de la révolution et de
    l'Empire 1792-1815, Marseille, Publication Université Provence, 2020
  • ‘Les officiers de santé à l’époque napoléonienne, quelle identité militaire ? Armées
    napoléonienne et autrichienne’. [Military health officers in the Napoleonic era, which
    military identity?], Paris, SHD, 2020

Lectures

  • Military History New Researchers' Conference: Theatres of War, Lancaster: “How did the terrain of the battlefield shape wounded soldier’s access to first aid during the Napoleonic wars?” (8-9 November 2019)
  • British Society for the History of science,  Postgraduate Conference Cambridge: “Healing outside of military hospitals in European armies of the napoleonic era: bakers, musicians and nuns (1805-1813)” (10-12 April 2019)
  • Spital und Wirtschaft: Lebensstandard in historischer Perspektive,Regensburg, “Everyday life, organization and supplies management: military hospitals in and around Vienna during the 1809 campaign in Austria” (22-23 March 2019)
  • Presentation at the Workshop European History across Boundaries, Oxford (13-15 March 2019)
    CIERA-Junior Colloquium, Public documents/Private documents: archival classification or social question, “Are napoleonic memoirs public or private documents for their authors? Study of forewords.” (21 September 2018)
  • 59. International Tagung fur Militärgeschichte : Wissenschaft | Krieg |Technik | Militär Zur Vermessung komplexer Verhältnisse, Zentrum fur Militärgeschichte und Sozialwissenschaften der Bundeswehr, Postdam,
  • “Treating wounded men on the battlefield in the Napoleonic era: theoretical discussions, technical solutions and organizational difficulties” (11-13 September 2018)
  • War as contact zone in the 19th Century Institut d'Etudes Avancées/Institut Historique Allemand, Paris: “Meetings in war. Wounded soldiers and civilians during the Napoleonic era” (28-29 June 2018)
  • Military symbols, traditions and identities, Service Historique de la Défense, Vincennes, “Military health officers in the Napoleonic era, which military identity?” (21-22 September 2017)
  • To fight, to suffer to die in revolutionary and napoleonic wars, Faculty of Medicine, Marseille Title: "About battle wounds: between mass death and personal experience. The example of the 1809 campaign in Southern Germany and Austria (French and Austrian armies)” (28 April 2017).
  • International Graduate Historical Studies Conference, Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant (USA): “The necessity and difficulties of a transnational point of view in napoleonic military history. The example of the 1809 campaign in Southern Germany and Austria” (1 April 2017)
  • Defence and Social Sciences young researchers conference, EHESS, Paris: “The role of armament in the shaping of combat experience, the example of the 1809 campaign in Souther Germany and Austria” (8 March 2016)

 

 

Courses

  • 2017-2018: T.A. for the CPES Bachelor Course, ‘Introduction to Global History’ (Prof: Philippe Masanet), Lycée Henri IV, Paris
  • 2017-2018: PhD Students Seminar (co-organizer), ‘Justice and Social Sciences’, EHESS, Paris