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Office: 306 Humber-White House

Office phone:  478-445-5418

E-mail address: stephen.auerbach@gcsu.edu

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Stephen Auerbach

Stephen Auerbach
Associate Professor of History, France/Intellectual
306 Humber-White House
478-445-8276
stephen.auerbach@gcsu.edu

Fields:
Cultural and intellectual history of France: Old regime, enlightenment and French Revolution.

Publications:

“‘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.

Classes Taught:

Advanced Topics in French History
Early Modern Europe
The Enlightenment
French History on Film
French Revolution and Napoleon
Intellectual and Cultural History of Europe Since 1500
Modern France
Nineteenth-Century Revolutions
Women, Gender, and Society in Modern Europe
World Civilization and Society I
World Civilization and Society II

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