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What was there to laugh about during the Terror?

Andress, David (24 août 2015)

A new colleague joins us at the Revolution Network, and introduces himself below: welcome, Jacob! Laughter as a Political Strategy in the National Convention My name is Jacob Zobkiw and I have recently been awarded a PhD for my thesis entitled ‘Political Strategies of Laughter in the National ...

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Hugh Gough reviews Choosing Terror

Andress, David (22 nov. 2013)

An excellent new review of Marisa Linton's latest book, in the Dublin Review of Books...

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Protest or revolution - does it matter?

Andress, David (20 août 2013)

While attention has again shifted to brutally violent confrontation in Egypt, the other story of the year continues to be that of more peaceful mass protest movements organised extensively through social media. Academic Zeynep Tufekci has been observing the protests in Turkey from close range, and ...

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The French Revolution Network

Andress, David (10 juil. 2013)

The history of the French Revolution from all perspectives, and the comparative study of revolutionary experiences in European and Global history from the eighteenth century to the present.

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Leading revolutions

metteharder (13 sept. 2013)

David Andress’s review of Marisa Linton’s new book Choosing Terror: Virtue, Friendship and Authenticity in the French Revolution (Oxford UP, 2013) is just out. Choosing Terror takes a new approach to the French Revolution by investigating how its leadership – men such as Robespierre, Brissot ...

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Decoding the revolutionaries' "Private and shameful vices"

Andress, David (29 juin 2015)

When on 31 March 1794, at the height of the French Revolutionary Terror, Saint-Just denounced Danton, Desmoulins and other deputies, detailing a long series of ‘crimes’, one accusation stood out as rather curious. Saint-Just said that Danton had been a ‘faux ami’ to Desmoulins when he ...

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Maximilien Robespierre on the BBC

marisalinton (2 nov. 2015)

Dear All, Maximilien Robespierre on the BBC The latest episode of the BBC Radio 4 series, ‘The Invention of France’ presented by Misha Glenny, is dedicated to the controversial figure of Maximilien Robespierre. It airs at 11am on Monday 9 November, but is already available to listen to via a new ...

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Conspiracy and Terror in the French Revolution

marisalinton (8 mai 2016)

Conspiracies – both real and imagined – played a major role in the shifting dynamics of revolutionary politics. The Year II was the crisis point of the Revolution, a year overshadowed by external war and civil war. Revolutionary leaders feared many external enemies, from the foreign powers, ...

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Video-game controversy reaches the New York Times

Andress, David (23 nov. 2014)

... not that they have much to say about it, except for a baffled tone & a suggestion of those crazy French, caring about politics... The Atlantic was a bit more thoughtful a few days earlier...

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Understanding Robespierre, Choosing Terror, and the Road to Thermidor

marisalinton (28 juil. 2015)

Two-hundred and twenty-one years after the coup of Thermidor brought about the deaths of Robespierre, Saint-Just, and 106 others, the reasons behind it are still subject to debate. For many commentators the politics, personality, and foibles of Robespierre himself are central to how we interpret ...

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