Studies in Modern French History

About the series

This series is published in collaboration with the UK Society for the Study of French History. It aims to showcase innovative short monographs relating to the history of the French, in France and in the world since c.1750. Each volume speaks to a theme in the history of France with broader resonances to other discourses about the past. Authors demonstrate how the sources and interpretations of modern French history are being opened to historical investigation in new and interesting ways, and how unfamiliar subjects have the capacity to tell us more about the role of France within the European continent. The series is particularly open to interdisciplinary studies that break down the traditional boundaries and conventional disciplinary divisions.

Series editors: Professor Máire Cross, University of Newcastle (m.f.cross@newcastle.ac.uk) and Dr David Hopkin, University of Oxford (david.hopkin@history.ox.ac.uk)

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