The Oxford Handbook of the French Revolution

TitleThe Oxford Handbook of the French Revolution
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsDavid, Andress
PublisherOxford University Press

This text offers a comprehensive overview of the varied historiographical landscape of the French Revolution. Contributions consider in detail the intersection of longstanding debates and recent groundbreaking research, ranging from the social, economic and demographic shifts underpinning the condition of France in the 1780s, through the varied international contexts of the revolutionary crisis, to an extensive and multi-dimensional discussion of all the many phases of the turbulent 1790s, and concluding with far-ranging reflections on the longer-term repercussions of the events in their social, cultural and political dimensions. [publisher]

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