SOURCE: The Nation
by David A. Bell
Historian David Bell reviews an effort to relate three centuries of French history through the lives of the descendants of one undistinguished eighteenth century Frenchwoman.
by Colin Jones
The eventful 9 Thermidor (July 27, 1794) is seen as a pivotal day for French Revolution. Colin Jones digs deep into the archival documentation of the day and argues that the day's significance is real but misunderstood.
by Elisabeth Pearson
"I think my book will resonate with readers attuned to the politics of religious difference and the troubling connections between religion and violence in our own times."
by Rebecca Hill
Historians have one definition of microhistory. Readers often have another.
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