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Institute Bookshelf

Bookshelf of the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution

 

Faculty

Rafe Blaufarb

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The French Army, 1750-1820: Careers, Talent, Merit

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Bonapartists in the Borderlands: French Exiles and Refugees on the Gulf Coast, 1815-1835

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Napoleon: A Symbol for an Age:
A Brief History with Documents

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Napoleonic Foot Soldiers and Civilians

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The Politics of Fiscal Privilege in Provence, 1530s-1830s

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Inhuman Traffick: The International Struggle against the Transatlantic Slave Trade: A Graphic History

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The Great Demarcation: The French Revolution and the Invention of Modern Property

                                                           

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The Revolutionary Atlantic, Republican Visions, 1760-1830: A Documentary History

Cathy McClive

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Menstruation and Procreation in Early Modern France    

Recent Alumni Publications

Bryan Banks

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Freedom and Faith: The French Revolution and Religion in Global Perspective

 

 

Cindy Ermus

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Environmental Disaster in the Gulf South: Two Centuries of Catastrophe, Risk, and Resilience

 

 

Erica Johnson

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Freedom and Faith: The French Revolution and Religion in Global Perspective

 

 

Joshua Meeks

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France, Britain, and the Struggle for the Revolutionary Western Mediterranean (War, Culture and Society, 1750-1850)

 

 

 

Two Institute alumni, Professors Bryan Banks and Cindy Ermus, have also created a collaborative, peer-reviewed AoR.pngonline blog on the Age of Revolutions and the concept of "Revolution." 

"Age of Revolutions: A HistorioBLOG is an international, collaborative outlet for scholars from diverse fields to share their research, debate ideas, and think comparatively about historical revolutions, revolutionaries, and the idea of 'revolution' itself."