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Bouchard, Carl

Research Fellow

  • Professor in the Department of history


  • Telephone 514-343-2271 Pav. PAV.M.CARON-L.GROULX-3200 J.B. \ Ext. C-6098
Bouchard, Carl


Carl Bouchard (doctorate, University Sorbonne Nouvelle) works mainly on the idea of peace in the contemporary period, looking more precisely at the way «ordinary people» conceive international relations and act in favor of peace. He teaches and supervises graduate research around the history of contemporary international relations (the first half of the XX century, World War 1 and the history of peace.

Areas of expertise


  • Bouchard C. (2008) Le citoyen et l’ordre mondial (1914-1919). Le rêve d’une paix durable au lendemain de la Grande Guerre (France, Grande-Bretagne, États-Unis), Paris, Pedone.

  • Bouchard C.  & Lefort M.-C. (2013) « War and Postwar in Kid’s Words: French Children Letters to Woodrow Wilson (1918-1919) », In Embacher H., Prontera G. et al., Children and War. Past and Present, Solihull, Helion & Company Ltd. 

  • Bouchard C. (2007) « Les lauréats de la paix : les concours américain et français pour la paix de 1923-1924 », Revue d’histoire moderne et contemporaine (France), 54 (3), pp. 118-137.

  • Bouchard C. (2012) « Regionalism, Federalism and Internationalism in First World War », In Wright J. & Jones H. S. (dir.), Pluralism and the Idea of the Republic in France, Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 199-214.

  • Bouchard C. (2012) « Towards Peace and Reconciliation After the Great War: Letter-writing to the League of Nations », In Charbonneau B.  & Parent G. (dir.), Peacebuilding and Subjectivities of Peace: History, Memory, Politic, Palgrave/MacMillan, pp. 176-194.


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