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オックスフォード版 フランス革命ハンドブック

The Oxford Handbook of the French Revolution

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(Oxford Handbooks.)

Andress, David (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2019/08
704 p. 26 cm   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198845942
装丁違いISBN: 0199639744
KCN: 1034444939
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納期について
DDC: 944.O4
KDC: A44 ヨーロッパ/フランス革命〜19世紀
M653
ブックニュースNo: NA5212
関連書リスト: NA5212
SB2874 西洋史ハンドブック2017
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2015. Brings together a sweeping range of expert and innovative contributions to offer engaging and thought-provoking insights into the history and historiography of the French Revolution, particularly its legacies in transnational and global contexts.

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Brings together a sweeping range of expert and innovative contributions to offer engaging and thought-provoking insights into the history and historiography of the French Revolution, particularly its legacies in transnational and global contexts.
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Table of Contents

Part 1: Origins 1: Silvia Marzagalli: Economic and Demographic Developments 2: Lauren R. Clay: The Bourgeoisie, Capitalism, and the Origins of the French Revolution 3: Jay M. Smith: Nobility 4: Joel Felix: The monarchy 5: Simon Burrows: Books, Philosophy, Enlightenment 6: Annie Jourdan: Tumultuous Contexts and Radical Ideas (1783-89). The 'Pre-Revolution' in a Transnational Perspective 7: Thomas E. Kaiser: The Diplomatic Origins of the French Revolution Part 2: The Coming of Revolution 8: John Hardman: The View from Above 9: Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire: The View from Below: the 1789 cahiers de doleances 10: Peter McPhee: A Social Revolution? Rethinking Popular Insurrection in 1789 11: Micah Alpaugh: A Personal Revolution: National Assembly Deputies and the Politics of 1789 Part 3: Revolution and Constitution 12: Michael P. Fitzsimmons: Sovereignty and Constitutional Power 13: Malcolm Crook: The New Regime: Political Institutions and Democratic Practices under the Constitutional Monarchy, 1789-91 14: Jeremy D. Popkin: Revolution and Changing Identities in France, 1787-1799 15: Edward J. Woell: Religion and Revolution 16: D. M. G. Sutherland: Urban Violence in 1789 17: Manuel Covo: Revolution, race and slavery Part 4: Counter-revolution and collapse 18: Ambrogio Caiani: Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette 19: Kirsty Carpenter: Emigration in Politics and Imaginations 20: Noelle Plack: Challenges in the Countryside, 1790-2 21: Charles Walton: Club, Party and Faction 22: Alan Forrest: Military Trauma Part 5: The New Republic 23: David Andress: Politics and Insurrection: The Sans-culottes, The 'Popular Movement' and the People of Paris 24: Marc Belissa: War and Diplomacy (1792-1795) 25: Paul Hanson: From Faction to Revolt 26: Dan Edelstein: What was the Terror? 27: Marisa Linton: Terror and Politics 28: Ronen Steinberg: Reckoning with Terror: Retribution, Redress, and Remembrance in Post-Revolutionary France 29: Mike Rapport: Jacobinism from Outside Part 6: After Thermidor 30: Laura Mason: Thermidor and the Myth of Rupture 31: Howard G. Brown: The Politics of Public Order, 1795-1802 32: Jean-Luc Chappey: The New Elites: Questions about political, social and cultural reconstruction after the Terror 33: Philip Dwyer: Napoleon, The Revolution, and The Empire 34: Isser Woloch: Lasting Political Structures 35: Jeff Horn: Lasting Economic Structures: Successes, Failures, and Revolutionary Political Economy 36: Jennifer Heuer: Did Everything Change? Rethinking Revolutionary Legacies 37: David A. Bell: Global Conceptual Legacies