Gérard Bossuat


Gérard Bossuat

17 May 2022

Professor Emeritus of Contemporary History, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam.

Gérard Bossuat teaches at the University of Cergy-Pontoise and is the founder of the DES History and Management of Cultural Heritage at the University of Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (UMR IRICE).

He specialises in the history of French foreign relations, European Union foreign policy, inter-European economic relations, European integration, French-US relations, the Marshall Plan and NATO.

Author of numerous books and conferences on Europe and Jean Monnet. (Jean Monnet and the Economy)



Jean Monnet and the Economy, Brussels, with Peter Lang

Jean Monnet, Europe and the Road to Peace

Jean Monnet, banker, 1914-1945. Private interests and general interest

Jean Monnet, Europe and the Road to Peace

Emile Noël, first Secretary General of the European Commission

Europe and peace. Milestones for a rereading of European history from the 19th to the 21st century with Jean-Michel Guieu

France, Europe and development aid, from the Treaties of Rome to the present day

France and the construction of European unity, from 1919 to the present day

Western Europe on American time

Contemporary History: The 20th Century

Historical Dictionary of United Europe

The Europe of the French: 1943-1959

Europe broken, Europe regained

The founders of Europe
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