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Comparative French Revolutions
HIST 377 SP
This course makes a systematic, comparative analysis of the causes, patterns and consequences of revolutionary activities in France, examining the revolutions of 1789, 1830, 1848 and 1870. The course will emphasize
movement organizations, political and social goals, ideology and industrialization.
Burke, REFLECTIONS ON THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE Paine, THE RIGHTS OF MAN Lefevbre, THE COMING OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION James, THE BLACK JACOBINS Meltzer, REBEL DAUGHTERS Rude, THE CROWD IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
Soboul, SHORT HISTORY OF THE
FRENCH REVOLUTION Skocpol, STATES AND SOCIAL REVOLUTIONS Sewell, WORK AND REVOLUTION IN FRANCE Agulhon, MARIANNE INTO BATTLE Hunt, POLITICS, CULTURE AND CLASS
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Term paper, approximately 25 pages.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS and/or COMMENTS
Additional Requirements and/or Comments not known
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