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Patricia Mainardi

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“Spreading the News: The Illustrated Press,” focuses on the new concept of the illustrated universal survey periodical that appeared early in the 1830s, first in England, then in France. It was enabled by technological advances such as the steam press, cheaper paper, wood engraving and stereotypes, as well as greater literacy among the citizenry. The earliest illustrated periodicals were published by social reformers in both countries who were attempting to raise the status of the working classes, but the medium soon attracted wealthier, more educated strata as well; within decades the illustrated press had spread throughout the world.

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Stephen Berkowitz

ascertain the perennity of these synagogues. Phyllis Cohen Albert, ‘Non-orthodox Attitudes in 19th Century French Judaism’ in Essays in Modern Jewish History: A Tribute to Ben Halpern , ed. Frances Malino and Phyllis Cohen Albert, East Brunswick (New Jersey

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Ecosystem integrity and policy coherence for development

Tools aimed at achieving balance as the basis for transformative development

Harlan Koff, Miguel Equihua Zamora, Carmen Maganda, and Octavio Pérez-Maqueo

our alleged contribution to deadly disasters (such as Typhoon Haiyan in 2013) through climate change. Borrowing from Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr’s observation of 19th century French politics, we may argue that “the more things change, the more they

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Hélène Périvier and Rebecca Rogers

prominent Protestant women feminists of her time, most notably Isabelle Bogelot and Mme Jules Siegfried. Florence Rochefort, “Feminism and Protestantism in 19 th -Century France: First Encounters, 1830–1900,” in Globalizing Feminisms, 1789–1945: Rewriting

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Jelena Jovicic

of Nostalgia : Medicine, History and Normality in 19 th -century France », Time & Society 1, 2 (1992) : 271–86 ; « Returning to Nostalgia », in Home and Its Dislocations in Nineteenth-Century France , éd. Suzanne Nash (Albany : SUNY Press, 1993

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Sheila K. Hoffman, Aya Tanaka, Bai Xue, Ni Na Camellia Ng, Mingyuan Jiang, Ashleigh McLarin, Sandra Kearney, Riria Hotere-Barnes, and Sumi Kim

Foundation 1992–2001 . Seoul : The Korea Foundation . Shin , Sangchel . 2013 . “ Korean Art Exhibition in the 19th Century's French Museum: Charles Varat's Journey to Korea and the Opening of Korean Gallery at the Guimet Museum .” Korean Studies 45

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Féministes et républicaines

Parcours de femmes à l’origine du CNFF (1880–1901)

Yolande Cohen

Radicalism (Atlanta : Minerva Press, 1999) ; et aussi, du même auteur, « Freemasonry and Party Building in Late 19th Century France », Modern and Contemporary France 10, 2 (2002) : 197–210. 12 Anne-Sarah Bouglé-Moalic, Le Vote des françaises, cent ans de