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Colonizing Revolutionary Politics

Algeria and the French Revolution of 1848

Jennifer E. Sessions

This article examines the key role of the French colony in Algeria in the political culture of the Revolution of 1848. Eugène Cavaignac and other army officers with Algerian experience led the state's repression of radical unrest, and their colonial backgrounds became a central narrative trope in debates about political violence in France, especially after the June Days uprising. Following the closure of the National Workshops, legislators adopted a major scheme for working-class emigration to and settlement in Algeria to replace the workshops and resolve unrest. Throughout 1848, Algeria operated as a symbolic and practical field for the struggle between social and political revolution in France.

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: Algeria and the French Revolution of 1848 (Vol. 33, No. 1, 75) SPIELER, Miranda . Slave Flight, Slave Torture, and the State: Nineteenth-Century French Guiana (Vol. 33, No. 1, 55) SPECIAL ISSUE ON DECOLONIZATION AND RELIGION IN THE FRENCH EMPIRE BOURDEAUX

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The Specter of Communism

Denmark, 1848

Bertel Nygaard

recent revolutions of 1848–1849. And not despite its French origin, but precisely because of it, communism was also a general problem in modern European civilization, including the areas outside of the dominant states or the main revolutionary events of

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The Modernity of Political Representation

Its Innovative Thrust and Transnational Semantic Transfers during the Sattelzeit (Eighteenth to Nineteenth Centuries)

Samuel Hayat and José María Rosales

base its power. This move resulted in a partial Europeanization of the struggles about representation and foreshadowed a relative convergence among claims, mottos, and eventually institutions in most European countries. The revolution of 1848, at the

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Heidi Hakkarainen

. The political connotations and emotional underpinnings that began to accumulate in the press in the 1840s developed further during the revolutions of 1848–49. Contagious Humanism and the 1848–49 Revolutions The 1848–49 revolutions in Europe were an

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Knut Rio

more this is the case. It goes hand in hand with the historical developments after the bourgeois revolution of 1848 that a certain double standard has thereby emerged when it comes to public space and the commons in France. According to the law on

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Evelyn Adunka

–1867 he was president of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde of Vienna (IKG). The most formative event for this generation of the Jews of Austria was the revolution of 1848. Mannheimer and Sulzer took part in the ecumenical burial of the victims at the

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Sociocultural Change in Hungary

A Politico-Anthropological Approach

Ferenc Bódi and Ralitsa Savova

could remain under one ruler for a long time ( Hughes 1992 ). 7 Sándor Petőfi (1823–1849) was a Hungarian poet and liberal revolutionary. He was one of the pivotal figures of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. He wrote his first poem in Pápa (a small

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Jeffrey Luppes, Klaus Berghahn, Meredith Heiser-Duron, Sara Jones, and Marcus Colla

revolution, which started around 1835, the power of money influenced the structure of society even more, since now a new underclass of exploited workers developed. The revolution of 1848 did not change much of the prevailing class structure, and even Karl

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Le moment Lamennais

Modern Slavery and the Re-description of People (and Democracy) in Spain and Chile

Gonzalo Capellán

“democratic moment” that came after the revolution of 1848. 7 But this chronological narrative, according to which different philosophical paradigms follow one another sequentially, fails to clearly explain what really happened in the decade following 1830