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"After 1800: Rethinking Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the Atlantic World"
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USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
Nathan Perl-Rosenthal (USC)
Clément Thibaud (EHESS-Mondes Américains)
The Annual Conference, co-sponsored with the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales - Mondes Américains, focuses on revolution and counter-revolution during the post-1800 period of the Atlantic age of revolutions. A few questions will structure our reflections. Does the revolution/counter-revolution binary, so important to studies of the age of revolutions, hold up in the period after 1800? How "revolutionary" can we consider traditional and reactionary movements during this period? Does taking a less binary view of revolution and counter-revolution in this period help us see the political movements in the different Atlantic regions as a coherent whole in new ways?
Speakers, Friday, June 10:
Brian DeLay, UC Berkeley
David Bell, Princeton University
Geneviève Verdo, EHESS
Andréa Slemian, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
José María Portillo Valdes, Universidad del País Vasco
Charles Walker, UC Davis
Nathalie Pierre, Howard University
Speakers, Saturday, June 11:
Silvia Escanilla Huerta, University of Illinois
Mathieu Ferradou, L'Université Nantes Angers Le Mans
Carrie Glenn, Niagara University
Miriam Liebman, Adams Papers, Massachusettes Historical Society
Glauco Schettini, Fordham University
Frédéric Spillemaeker, EHESS
Matthijs Tieleman, Arizona State University
Ana Joanna Vergara Sierra, University of Minnesota
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