Dr. Nebiha Guiga

CV

Research Interests

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

Publications

  • Refuser l'amputation dans l'Europe napoléonienne [Refusing amputation in Napoleonic Europe],in: Trajectoires 11 (2018), [online].
  • To be wounded in battle and healed in Napoleonic Europe (PhD project), in: Portal Militärgeschichte (2018) [online].
  • Everyday life, organization and supplies management: military hospitals in and around Vienna during the 1809 campaign in Austria, in: Artur Dirmeier, 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, 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, Michel Signoli (Hg.): 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, 243-253.
  • ‘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?], in: Hervé Drévillon, Edouard Ebel (Hg.): Symboliques, Traditions et Identités Militaires, Paris: SHD, 2020, 151-160.

Lectures

  • How did the terrain of the battlefield shape wounded soldier’s access to first aid during the Napoleonic wars?, Military History, conference "Theatres of War", Lancaster, 8-9.11.2019.
  • Healing outside of military hospitals in European armies of the napoleonic era: bakers, musicians and nuns (1805-1813), conference  "British Society for the History of science,  Postgraduate Conference", Cambridge, 10-12.4.2019
  • Workshop "European History across Boundaries", Oxford, 13-15.3.2019.
  • La caractérisation des mémoires de militaires des guerres napoléoniennes comme documents publics ou privés par leurs auteurs : études de préfaces, conference "CIERA-Junior Colloquium, Private Dokumente, öffentliche Dokumente –archivarische Klassifikation oder soziales Problem?", EHESS Paris, 21.09.2018
  • Treating wounded men on the battlefield in the Napoleonic era: theoretical discussions, technical solutions and organizational difficulties, conference "59. International Tagung fur Militärgeschichte : Wissenschaft | Krieg |Technik | Militär Zur Vermessung komplexer Verhältnisse", Zentrum fur Militärgeschichte und Sozialwissenschaften der Bundeswehr Postdam, 11-13.09.2018.
  • Rencontres entre militaires blessés et civils à l'époque napoléonienne, conference "War as contact zone in the 19th Century", Institut d'Etudes Avancées/Institut Historique Allemand Paris, 28-29.06.2018.
  • 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, conference "International Graduate Historical Studies Conference", Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant (USA), 01.04.2017
  • La place de l'armement dans l'expérience du combat, l'exemple de la campagne de 1809, conference "Défense et sciences sociale", EHESS Paris, 08.03.2016

 

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