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Transatlantic Revolutionary Cultures, 1789-1861.


Transatlantic Revolutionary Cultures, 1789-1861

Edited by Charlotte A. Lerg and HelAaAaAeA?na T



275 pages



Atlantic World: Europe, Africa and the Americas, 1500-1830; Volume 36


Historians and social scientists build on recent trends in the historiography of the revolutionary era to show how the transatlantic political inspiration and movement of people and ideas were circular rather than one-directional. Among their topics are a transatlantic constitution in a local context: symbolic acts of mediation and revolutionary practice in the context of the Constitution of 1812 in YucatAaAaAeA n, performing William Tell the transatlantic world, transatlantic George Washington: continental liberal historians in search of a hero 1830-48, from Central Europe to Central America: forty-eighters in the filibuster wars of the mid-19th century, and anti-revolutionary thinking in the works of Jane Addams and Lorenz von Stein: a sociology of knowledge approach. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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