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The Age of Revolutions in Global Context, c. 1760-1840
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Introduction: Causation, Connection and Comparison; D.Armitage& S.Subrahmanyam.- Sparks from Altar of '76: International Repercussions and Reconsiderations of the American Revolution; G.B.Nash .- The French Revolution in Global Context; L.Hunt.- Revolutionary Exiles: The American Loyalist and French Emigre Diasporas; M.Jasanoff .- Iberian Passages: Continuity and Change in the South Atlantic; J.Adelman.- The Caribbean in the Age of Revolution; D.C.Geggus .- The Dynamics of History in Africa and the Atlantic 'Age of Revolutions'; J.C.Miller.- Playing Muslim: Bonaparte's Army of the Orient and Euro-Muslim Creolization; J.Cole.- Imperial Repercussions: South Asia and the World, c. 1760-1840; R. Travers .- Revolutionary Europe and the Destruction of Java's Old Order, 1808-1830; P.Carey.- Their Own Path to Crisis? Social Change, State-Building and the Limits of Qing Expansion, c. 1770-1840; K.Pomeranz.- Afterword; C.A.Bayly.

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'The perceptive and novel essays in this volume begin a wider re-conceptualization of global history.' C. A. Bayly, Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History, University of Cambridge. 'A collection of important and thoughtful essays discussing - but also interrogating the claim that the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries witnessed a 'global crisis'.' - Linda Colley, Shelby M. C. Davis 1958 Professor of History, Princeton University 'A hugely welcome project that connects with a major debate of growing interest and importance, with outstanding authors and chapters.' - John Darwin, Beit University Lecturer in the History of the British Commonwealth, University of Oxford 'This volume presents an all-star line-up of historians to tackle the question of what a global perspective today can add to our understanding of national revolutions in the eighty years from 1760 to 1840...a valuable collection that should be widely read.' - The Journal of Global History '[A] brilliant collection...essential.' - Choice

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DAVID ARMITAGE is the Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History at Harvard University, USA. He is the author or editor of ten books, including The Ideological Origins of the British Empire, The Declaration of Independence: A Global History and (ed) The British Atlantic World, 1500-1800 (2nd edition).

SANJAY SUBRAHMANYAM is Professor and Doshi Chair of Indian history at UCLA. His recent publications include Explorations in Connected History and (with Muzaffar Alam) Indo-Persian Travels in the Age of Discoveries, 1400-1800.

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'The perceptive and novel essays in this volume begin a wider re-conceptualization of global history.' C. A. Bayly, Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History, University of Cambridge. 'A collection of important and thoughtful essays discussing -- but also interrogating the claim that the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries witnessed a 'global crisis'.' - Linda Colley, Shelby M. C. Davis 1958 Professor of History, Princeton University 'A hugely welcome project that connects with a major debate of growing interest and importance, with outstanding authors and chapters.' - John Darwin, Beit University Lecturer in the History of the British Commonwealth, University of Oxford

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