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Teaching representations of the French Revolution

Author: Julia Douthwaite Viglione; Antoinette Marie Sol; Catriona Seth
Publisher: New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2019. ©2019
Series: Options for teaching, 47.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Offers techniques for teaching literature of the French Revolution in college courses, including considerations of the revolution's effects on modern ideas, republicanism and human rights, laïcité, and Charlie Hebdo, along with comparative approaches involving Germany, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Latin America, and Spain. Provides bibliographical resources, a timeline, and filmography"--
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Genre/Form: Histoire
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Teaching representations of the French Revolution.
New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2019.
(DLC) 2019980741
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Douthwaite Viglione; Antoinette Marie Sol; Catriona Seth
ISBN: 9781603294003 1603294007 9781603294652 1603294651
OCLC Number: 1135169327
Description: ix, 368 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: A narrative chronology of events in revolutionary France / Julia Douthwaite Viglione, Antoinette Sol, and Catriona Seth --
Teaching the French Revolution as myth and memory / Lauren Pinzka --
Teaching the revolution through a military lens / Christopher Tozzi --
"Liberté, egalité, fraternité" and laïcité : Frenchness, Islam, and French hip-hop / Séverine Rebourcet --
Rights, revolution, representation : thinking through the language of the French Revolution / Jeffrey Champlin --
Human rights and human wrongs : slavery and colonialism in a time of revolution / Pratima Prasad --
Teaching the French Revolution at a community college : challenges and benefits / Robin Kietlinski and Habiba Boumlik --
Teaching Republican culture through caricature : the scandal of Charlie Hebdo / Melanie Conroy --
Editors' choice : little-known literary musts of the French Revolution / Julia Douthwaite Viglione, Antoinette Sol, and Catriona Seth --
Teaching the Revolution's theater as cultural history / Logan J. Connors --
The French Revolution and the German chimera : theatricality, emotions, and the untransferability of revolution in J.H. Campe's Briefe aus Paris / Amir Minsky --
The San-culottides : learning revolutionary-era French culture through celebration and a reading of Hugo's Quatrevingt-treize / Erin A. Myers --
Rethinking history : the "Marseillaise noire" and legacies of the revolution in Creole New Orleans / Jennifer Gipson --
Writing to appreciate the enigmas of Danton's Death and Monsieur Toussaint at the community college / Matthew Lau --
"Speaking to all the senses at once" : the French Revolution through the visual arts / Beth S. Wright --
The French Revolution and the beginning of modern communications / Amaya Martin and José A. Martin-Pereda --
Ideas on the table : teaching with the Faïences révolutionnaires / Giulia Pacini --
The French Revolution and modern propaganda / Melissa A. Deininger --
French revolutionary women : a century of media representation / Dominica Chang --
Engaging students in research : stop motion videos, strip cartoons, and the waddesdon manor collection of prints / Katherine Astbury --
Teaching the revolution debate : Edmund Burke, his radical respondents, and William Blake / J.B. Mertz --
How should an invisible event be taught? the Haitian revolution as pedagogical case study / Ronan Y. Chalmin --
Teaching perspective : the relation between the Haitian and French Revolutions / Marlene L. Daut --
Exile, displacement, and citizenship : emigrés from the French Revolution to the twenty-first century / Ourida Mostefai --
The French Revolution effect : France, Italy, Germany, Greece / Rosa Mucignat and Sanja Perovic --
Teaching the French Revolution in late-eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century German literature classes / John Pizer --
The French Revolution's echo in Spain through its literary and satirical representations / Yvonne Fuentes --
From transnational political thought to popular national iconography : Latin America's cult of liberté in the age of revolution / Amy E. Wright --
French Revolution : dates and people / Melissa A. Deininger --
Major battles of the revolutionary period / Christopher Tozzi --
Filmography / Julia Douthwaite Viglione, Dominica Chang, Melanie Conroy, and Melissa A. Deininger --
Revolutionary artwork / Beth S. Wright.
Series Title: Options for teaching, 47.
Responsibility: edited by Julia Douthwaite Viglione, Antoinette Sol, and Catriona Seth.

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"Offers techniques for teaching literature of the French Revolution in college courses, including considerations of the revolution's effects on modern ideas, republicanism and human rights, laïcité, and Charlie Hebdo, along with comparative approaches involving Germany, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Latin America, and Spain. Provides bibliographical resources, a timeline, and filmography"--

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