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Joan W. Scott • 18 Items / 6 Books, 5 Articles, 7 Reviews
The Glassworkers of Carmaux (1974)
French Craftsmen and Political Action in a Nineteenth-Century City
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    The Glassworkers of Carmaux, by Joan Wallach Scott
    1. The Glassworkers of Carmaux by Joan Wallach Scott
    The American Historical Review, December 1975, p. 1347
  2. Special Book Section: History & Archaeology
    From Below & Above (13 Reviews)
    Society and Culture in Early Modern France, by Natalie Zemon Davis
    1. Society and Culture in Early Modern France by Natalie Zemon Davis
    2. The Poor of Eighteenth-Century France, 1750-1789 by Olwen Hufton
    3. Paris and Its Provinces, 1792-1802 by Richard Cobb
    4. The Parlement of Bordeaux and the End of the Old Regime, 1771-1790 by William Doyle
    5. Society and Politics in Revolutionary Bordeaux by Alan I. Forrest
    6. France Under the Directory by Martyn Lyons
    7. The First French Republic, 1792-1804 by M.J. Sydenham
    8. The French Revolution by Norman Hampson
    9. The Economic Modernisation of France, 1730-1880 by Roger Price
    10. The Glassworkers of Carmaux by Joan Wallach Scott
    11. French Legislators, 1800-1834 by Thomas D. Beck
    12. The Rebellious Century, 1830-1930 by Charles Tilly, Louise Tilly, and Richard H. Tilly, ...
    13. France, 1848-1945 by Theodore Zeldin
    Encounter, January 1976, pp. 47-54