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Sur quelques publications parues en anglais sur la période révolutionnaire(années 1997-1999)
Malcom Crook
p. 141-145

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1Adcock Michael, Chester Emily et Whiteman Jeremy (eds), Revolution, society and the politics of memory, Proceedings of the Tenth George Rudé seminar on French history and civilisation, Melbourne, 1998.

2Andress David, French society in revolution. 1789-1799, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1999.

3Blanning Tim, The French Revolution : Class war or culture clash ?, Macmillan, London, 1998.

4Carpenter Kirsty, Refugees of the French Revolution : émigrés in London. 1789-1802, Macmillan, London, 1999.

5Carpenter Kirsty and Mansel Philip (eds), The french émigrés in Europe and the struggle against the Revolution. 1789-1814, London, Macmillan, 1999.

6Cox Marvin (ed.), The place of the French Revolution in history : interpretations and perspectives, Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1998.

7Crook Malcolm, Napoleon comes to power. Democracy and dictatorship in revolutionary France, 1795‑1804, Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1998.

8Gallaher John G., General Alexandre Dumas : soldier of the French Revolution, Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1997.

9Gough Hugh, The Terror in the French Revolution, Macmillan, London, 1998.

10Hampson Norman, The perfidy of Albion. French perceptions of England during the French Revolution, Macmillan, London, 1998.

11Higonnet Patrice, Goodness beyond virtue. Jacobins during the French Revolution, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1998.

12Huet Marie Hélène, Mourning glory : the will of the French Revolution, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997.

13Macleod Emma V., A war of ideas : British attitudes to the wars anainst revolutionarv France 1792-1804, Aldershot, Ashgate, 1998.

14McPhee Peter, Revolution and environment in southern France. 1780-1830. Peasants, lords and murder in the Corbières, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1999.

15Morris Marilyn, The British monarchy and the French Revolution, New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1998.

16Porterfield Todd, The allure of empire : art in the service of French imnerialism. 1798-1836, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1998.

17Scott Samuel F., From Yorktown to Valmy : the transformation of the French army in an ane of revolution, Niwot, University Press of California, 1999.

18Shapiro Gilbert et Markoff John, Revolutionarv demands : a content analysis of the « cahiers de doléances » of 1789, Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1998.


19Andress David, « Press and public in the French Revolution : a Parisian case-study from 1791 », European History Quarterly, 28 (1998), pp.51-80.

20Andress David, « The denial of social conflict in the French Revolution : discourses around the Champ de Mars massacre, 17 July 1791 », French Historical Studies, 22 (1999), pp. 183-209.

21Bailey Charles R., « Municipal government and secondary education during the early French Revolution : did decentralization work ? », French History, 12 (1998), pp. 25-42.

22Brown Howard G., « From organic society to security state : the war on brigandage in France, 1797-1802 », Journal of Modern History, 69 (1997), pp.661-695.

23Brown Howard G., « Domestic state violence : repression from the Croquants to the Commune », The Historical Journal, 42 (1999), pp. 597-622.

24Christofferson Michael, « An anti-totalitarian history of the French Revolution : François Furet's Penser la Révolution in the intellectual politics of the late 1970s », French Historical Studies, 22 (1999), pp. 557-611.

25Cole John R., « Debunking Roussel’s “report” on the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women », French Historical Studies, 21 (1998), pp.181-191.

26Desan Suzanne, « Reconstituting the social after the Terror : family, property and the law in popular politics », Past and Present, 164 (1999), pp.81-121.

27Desan Suzanne, « “War between brothers and sisters” : Inheritance law and gender politics in revolutionary France », French Historical Studies, 20 (1997), pp.597-634.

28Dicaprio L., « Women, work and welfare in old regime and revolutionary Paris », Social Politics, 5 (1997), pp. 97-124.

29Doyle William, « Abolishing the sale of offices : Ambitions, ambiguities and myths », Canadian Journal of History, 32 (1997), pp. 339-346.

30Gemie Sharif, « France and the Val d’Aran : politics and nationhood on the Pyrenean border, c.1800‑1825 », European History Quarterly, 28 (1998), pp. 311-345.

31Gruder Vivian R., « Political news as coded messages : the Parisian and provincial press in the Pre-Revolution, 1787-1788 », French History, 12 (1998), pp.1-24.

32Hanson Paul R., « Monarchist clubs and the pamphlet debate over political legitimacy in the early years of the French Revolution », French Historical Studies, 21 (1998), pp. 299-324.

33Kennedy Emmet, « Taste and Revolution », Canadian Journal of History, 32 (1997), 37, pp. 375-392.

34Kwass Michael, « A kingdom of taxpayers : state formation, privilege and political culture in eigtheenth‑century France », Journal of Modern History, 70 (1998), pp. 295-339.

35Leith James, « The Terror : Adding the cultural dimension », Canadian Journal of History, 32 (1997), pp. 315-337.

36Livesey James, « Agrarian ideology and commercial republicanism in the French Revolution », Past and Present, 157 (1997), pp. 94-121.

37Luckett Thomas M., « Hunting for spies and whores : A Parisian riot on the eve of the French Revolution », Past and Present, 156 (1997), pp.116-143.

38McLeod Jane, « Provincial book trade inpectors in eighteenth-century France », French History, 12 (1998), pp. 127-148.

39McMahon Darrin M., « The Counter-Enlightenment and the low life of literature in prerevolutionary France », Past and Present, 159 (1998), pp.77-112.

40Mitchell J.E., « Picturing sisters : 1790 portraits by J.-L. David », Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31 (1997-1998), pp. 175-197.

41Mirzoeff N., « Revolution, representation, equality : Gender, genre, and emulation in the Académie royale de peinture et sculpture, 1785-1793 », Eighteenth‑Century Studies, 31 (1997-1998), pp. 153‑174.

42Rapley Elizabeth and Rapley Robert, « An image of religious women in the Ancien Régime : The État des Religieuses of 1790‑1791 », French History, 11 (1997), pp. 387-410.

43Roberts W., « The visual rhetoric of Jean-Louis Prieur », Canadian Journal of History, 32 (1997), pp. 415-436.

44Rosenband Leonard N., « Jean-Baptiste Réveillon : A man on the make in old regime France », French Historical Studies, 20 (1997), pp. 481-510.

45Rowe Michael, « Between empire and home town : Napoleonic rule on the Rhine, 1799-1814 », The Historical Journal, 42 (1999), pp. 643-74.

46Savage Gary, « Favier’s heirs : The French Revolution and the secret du roi », Historical Journal, 41 (1998), pp. 225-258.

47Sonenscher Michael, « The nation’s debt and the birth of the modern republic : The French fiscal deficit and the politics of the Revolution of 1789 (parts I and II) », History of Political Thought, 18 (1997), pp. 64-103 et 267-325.

48Sonenscher Michael, « Enlightenment and Revolution », Journal of Modern History, 70 (1998), pp. 371‑383.

49Spangnoli P.G., « The unique decline of mortality in revolutionary France », Journal of Family History, 22 (1997), pp. 425-461.

50Sullivan Charles R., « The first chair of political economy in France : Alexandre Vandermonde and the Principles of Sir James Steuart at the École Normale of the Year II », French Historical Studies, 20 (1997), pp.635-664.

51Swann Julian, « Power and provincial politics in eighteenth-century France : The Varenne Affair, 1757-1783 », French Historical Studies, 21 (1998), pp. 441-474.

52Thomas P., « The revolutionary festival and Rousseau’s quest for transparency », History of Political Thought, 18 (1997), pp. 652-676.


53Beckstrand Lisa A., Olympe de Gouges and Manon Roland : constructions of feminine identity within the context of the French Revolution, PhD Thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1997.

54Bell Claire L., Citoyennes françaises : an integral analysis of women's activism in revolutionary France, PhD Thesis, University of Florida, 1998.

55Colman Daniel H., The foundation of the French liberal republic : politics, culture and economy after the Terror, PhD Thesis, Stanford University, 1997.

56Elliott-Wright Philipp J., British officers and the French army, 1788-1815, PhD Thesis, University of Leeds, 1997.

57Glotzer Scott B., Napoleon, the Jews, and the construction of modern citizenship in early nineteenth century France, PhD Thesis, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 1997.

58Goodheart Eric A., Adoption in the discourses of the French Revolution, PhD Thesis, Harvard University, 1997.

59Heuer Jennifer, Foreigners, families and citizens : contradictions of national citizenship in France, 1789-1830, PhD Thesis, University of Chicago, 1998.

60McMahon Darrin M., Enemies of the Enlightenment : antiphilosophes and the birth of the French Far Right, 1778-1830, PhD Thesis, Yale University, 1998.

61Michaelis Richard, The secular clergy of the Ille-et-Vilaine, 1789-1804, PhDThesis, Oxford University, 1997.

62Naginski Erika, Sculpture and Revolution : the art of commemoration at the end of the Enlightenment, PhD Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1997.

63Roussel Bridget A., A rhetorical analysis of the popular society addresses of Thermidor, PhD Thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1998.

64Sagraves Julia A., The field of honour : paintings, painters, and the politics of masculinity at the Salon during the First French Empire, PhD Thesis, Northwestern University, 1997.

65Sepinwall Alyssa R., Regenerating France, regenerating the world : the abbé Grégoire and the French Revolution, 1750-1831, PhD Thesis, Stanford University, 1998.

66Simon Jonathan, The alchemy of identity : pharmacy and the chemical revolution, 1777-1809, PhD Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 1997.

67Trinkle Dennis, The Napoleonic press : coverage of private and public affairs from the Revolution to Waterloo, PhD Thesis, University of Cincinnati, 1998.

68Turley Katherine M., Channels of influence : patronage, power and politics in Poitou from Louis XIV to the Revolution, PhD Thesis, University of California at Irvine, 1997.

69Werner Paul, David’s basket : art and activism in the French Revolution, PhD Thesis, City University of New York, 1998.

70Weinzierl John F., The military and political career of Claude-Victor Perrin, PhD Thesis, Florida State University, 1997.

71Woell Edward J., Counterrevolutionary catholicism in western France : the battle of belief at Machecoul, 1774-1914, PhD Thesis, Marquette University, 1997.

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