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Fridays (Oct. 2 - Oct. 30), 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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About this Class

This course takes the French Revolution as its point of departure, tracing the ways by which it might be seen as crossing borders, as informing, or as being restaged in new ways in ensuing contexts and periods. We will explore the Haitian Revolution, the Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, the Paris Commune, and the Algerian War of Independence. Class is taught in English and meets once a week for 1h30.

About Adam Schoene

Adam has lived, studied, and worked in France and Switzerland. He holds a Ph.D. in Romance Studies from Cornell University, degrees in French, International Relations, and Law and Diplomacy from Tufts University and its Fletcher School, and a certificate from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. His research appears in journals such as Eighteenth-Century Studies, The French Review, George Sand Studies, The Journal of North African Studies, Law and Humanities, and Lumen, and in a range of edited volumes. He enjoys teaching a variety of courses, as well as learning from his students.