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Xilakis Eleni, Dr.

Edmund Burke’s Reflexions on the Revolution in France provoked one of the most fertile political debates in Great Britain. As a response to the French revolution and declaration of 1789, Burke received instantly numerous responses, namely by Thomas Paine... ver más


           

Mathieu Robitaille

The conception of revolution was changed drastically by the French Revolution of 1789 from its original use in astronomy to imply a return to a previous state of being. Henceforth, revolution came to signify a drastic rupture with past practices. For Fre... ver más


           

Marija Kocic, Maja Vasiljevic

This paper was primarily based on correspondence of Marco Foscari IV, member of respectable patrician family who served from 1789 to 1792 as Captain Raspa of a small fortress in Istria. His correspondence with close friends discloses opportunities in Ven... ver más


           

Kris Duda

Beginning in 1789, the French Revolution can be seen as a series of revolts against the oppressive social and political conditions in France. Within a span of less than ten years, France had radically transformed itself. The French king was beheaded by t... ver más


           

Marija Kocic, Maja Vasiljevic

This paper was primarily based on correspondence of Marco Foscari IV, member of respectable patrician family who served from 1789 to 1792 as Captain Raspa of a small fortress in Istria. His correspondence with close friends discloses opportunities in Ven... ver más


           

Jonas Ross Kjærgård

Jonas Ross Kjærgård: “The Profitability of Slavery. Economy and Morals in French Melodrama on the Haitian Revolution, 1792-1798”This article investigates how French revolutionary melodrama depicted the institution of slavery after the outbreak of the Hai... ver más


           

Birgit Eriksson

Birgit Eriksson: "Revolutionen, moderniteten og de mulige genrer - Om selvbestemmelse og historieskrivning hos Goethe"AbstractBirgit Eriksson: “Revolution, Modernity and Possible Genres: Self-Determination and Writing of History in Goethe’s Work”The arti... ver más


           

Jørgen Mührmann-Lund

The revolution in Saeby   In 1790, the citizens of the tiny town of Saeby in northern Jutland demanded a meeting at the Town Hall to confront the town bailiff about his abuse of power as chief of police, but the bailiff refused to obey any “self-mad... ver más


           

Roberto Aramayo

It is the sole topic of conversation throughout Europe. An economic crisis with an underlying crisis of values is devastating everything, while politics has nothing to say. An attempt was made to base the European Unión on a single currency, and the resu... ver más


           

Jolanta Kazimierczyk-Kuncer

The paper presents an outline of the history of Russian and French cultural alliance, beginning with episodic contacts in the 16th and 17th centuries until the 18th c., which commences a dialogue with France that would continue over several hundreds of y... ver más


           
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