Studies in Modern French and Francophone History

Front cover of Republican Passions.

About the series

This series is published in collaboration with the Society for the Study of French History (UK) and the French Colonial Historical Society. It aims to showcase innovative monographs and edited collections on the history of France, its colonies and imperial undertakings, and the francophone world more generally since c. 1750. Authors demonstrate how sources and interpretations are being opened to historical investigation in new and interesting ways, and how unfamiliar subjects have the capacity to tell us more about France and the French colonial empire, their relationships in the world, and their legacies in the present. The series welcomes a wide variety of approaches, including, but not limited to local and regional case studies; microhistories; studies of specific individuals and families; and broader treatments of major themes or periods. It is particularly receptive to studies that break down traditional boundaries and conventional disciplinary divisions and that consider the French and Francophone worlds in imperial and global perspective.

Series editors:

Professor Julie Kalman, Monash University,
Professor Jennifer Sessions, University of Virginia
Dr Jessica Wardhaugh, University of Warwick

To submit a proposal, please complete the proposal form and return to Meredith Carroll.


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