How can the experience of the tumultuous years of the French Revolution be accurately interpreted? Recent debates around the French Revolution have questioned the need for an overall paradigm of interpretation, as the certainties underpinning both ‘classic’ and ‘revisionist’ views have faded. Using a range of methodologies and a plurality of approaches, a team of experts offers fresh perspectives on the individual and collective experience of Revolution, both within and outside France.
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publisher||Voltaire Foundation, University of Oxford|
|Number of pages||344|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|