History / Europe / France

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Ideals of the Body

Ideals of the Body

Architecture, Urbanism, and Hygiene in Postrevolutionary Paris

Modern hygienic urbanism originated in the airy boulevards, public parks, and sewer system that transformed the Parisian cityscape in the mid-nineteenth century. Sun-Young Park reveals how anxieties about health and social order, which manifested in emerging ideals of the body, created a uniquely spatial and urban experience of modernity in the postrevolutionary capital, one profoundly impacted by hygiene, mobility, productivity, leisure, spectacle, and technology.

Gender Bias and the State

Gender Bias and the State

Symbolic Reform at Work in Fifth Republic France

A study of symbolic reforms in France that address (or don’t address) equal employment policy for women.

Ambivalent Alliance

Ambivalent Alliance

The Catholic Church and the Action Française, 1899-1939

This book examines the strange marriage of convenience, from 1899 to 1939, between the French Catholic church and the ultra-rightist, chauvinist, monarchist, and anti-Semitic organization called the Acton Francaise.

The Parlement of Paris after the Fronde 1653-1673

The Parlement of Paris after the Fronde 1653-1673

This book assesses how the governments of Cardinal Mazarin and Louis XIV controlled the Parlement of Paris in the two decades after the civil wars known as the Fronde.

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