Associate Professor of History, France/Intellectual
306 Humber-White House
Cultural and intellectual history of France: Old regime, enlightenment, and French Revolution.
“‘Bordeaux Can Save the Republic:’ National Politics, Provincial Ideology, and the Federalist Revolt in Bordeaux” French History Oxford University Press and the Society for the Study of French History. (Under Review)
“Enlightenment in the Provinces: The Museée de Bordeaux and the End of the Old Regime in France.” Eighteenth-Century Studies. (Under Review)
“Politics, Protest, and Violence in Revolutionary Bordeaux, 1789-94." Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, Vol. 37, 2009.
“Debating Liberty: Merchants and the Slave Trade in Bordeaux, 1784-1794.” Selected Papers of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe 2007. Edited by Frederick C. Schneid and Jack R. Censer. High Point: High Point University Press, 2008.
Sarah Chappell Trulove, James Woelfel, Stephen Auerbach and Rachel Epp Buller, Patterns in Western Civilization. 4th Edition, Volume II. Boston: Pearson Publishing, 2007.
Sarah Chappell Trulove, James Woelfel, Stephen Auerbach and Rachel Epp Buller, Patterns in Western Civilization. 4th Edition, Volume 1. Boston: Pearson Publishing, 2007.
Advanced Topics in French History
Early Modern Europe
French History on Film
French Revolution and Napoleon
Intellectual and Cultural History of Europe Since 1500
Women, Gender, and Society in Modern Europe
World Civilization and Society I
World Civilization and Society II
Department of History and Geography
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