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H-FRANCE SALON

Recorded WSFH Panels & Plenaries

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H-FRANCE SALON

Recorded WSFH Panels & Plenaries

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H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 19, Parts 1-3

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada) 4 November 2016
Conference Plenary Roundtable: Addressing Structural Racism in French History and French Historical Studies

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 20, #1-5

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada) 3 November 2016
Cultivating the World in the Eighteenth Century (Chair: Elizabeth Heath, Baruch College, CUNY)

  1. Naturalizing the World in Eighteenth-Century Bayonne: A Garden Proposal by André Michaux
    Elizabeth Hyde, Kean University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  2. Coffee Production in the Eighteenth-Century East and West French Indies
    Julia Landweber, Montclair State University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  3. Michel Adanson and the Gum Trade: In Imperial Meridian for Old Regime France?
    Oliver Cussen, University of Chicago  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  4. The Enlightened Planter
    April Shelford, American University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  5. Comment and Audience Discussion: Judith DeGroat, St. Lawrence University
    ( Video | MP3 )
     

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 21, #1-6

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada) 3 November 2016
Panel: Teaching Gender and Sexuality in French History
Chair: Patricia Tilburg, Davidson College
Discussants:

  1. Nancy Locklin-Sofer, Maryville College  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  2. Sun-Young Park, George Mason University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  3. Andrew Israel Ross, University of Southern Mississippi  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  4. Jessie Hewitt, University of Redlands  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  5. Lori Weintrob, Wagner College  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  6. Discussion  ( Video | MP3 )
     

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 22, #1-4

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada) 3 November 2016.
Panel: Heroines: Strong Women in Modern Popular Culture
Chair: Michael Wilson, University of Texas at Dallas

  1. Heroines for the End of the World: Women, Physical Courage, and Martial Heroism during the Dreyfus Affair
    Elizabeth Everton, Concordia University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  2. The Daughter of Fantômas: Belle Époque Action and Adventure Heroine
    Robin Walz, University of Alaska Southeast  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  3. Moxie in Action: Heroines in Pre-World War Two French Popular Culture
    Joelle Neulander, The Citadel  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  4. Comment and Audience Discussion: Michael Wilson, University of Texas at Dallas   ( Video | MP3 )
     

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 23, #1-4

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada) 4 November 2016.
Panel: Women’s Agency and Activism in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: A Special Session Honoring Elinor Accampo
Chair: Cheryl Koos, California State University, Los Angeles

  1. The Lonely-Hearts Ad in Napoleon's Paris (Andrea Mansker, University of the South)  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  2. Feminism’s Others: Gender, Race, and Frenchness in Late Nineteenth-Century Metropole and Empire
    (Carolyn J. Eichner, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  3. La femme au corsage rouge: Monette Thomas, Midinette Militancy, and the Garment Strikes of 1918-1919
    (Patricia Tilburg, Davidson College)  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  4. Comment and Audience Discussion: Christopher Forth, University of Kansas  ( Video | MP3 )
     

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 24, #1

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada), 3 November 2016.
Edgar L. Newman Memorial Plenary Lecture: "The Great War at One Hundred: Between Presence and Absence" 
Annette Becker, Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense

( Video | MP3 )
 

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 25, #1-5

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno, Nevada) 4 November 2016.
Identity and Memory: Huguenots, Conversos, and Other Francophone Voyagers
Chair: Dena Goodman, University of Michigan

  1. “À la Ruine totale de la France”: A French Assessment of Portuguese and Spanish Immigration in Seventeenth-Century France
    Gayle K. Brunelle, California State University, Fullerton  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  2. Naturalizing Refugees: How Foreign Protestants Became British in the Eighteenth Century
    Catherine Naeve, Rutgers University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  3. Huguenot Refugees in New York: Faith, Family, Slavery, and Legacy
    Lori R. Weintrob, Wagner College  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  4. A Frenchman on the Frontier: Science and Community in Nineteenth-Century New Harmony, Indiana
    Whitney Walton, Purdue University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  5. #5 Comment and Audience Discussion: Dena Goodman, University of Michigan  ( Video | MP3 )
     

H-France Salon, Vol. 9 (2017), Issue 26, #1-4

Western Society for French History 45th Annual Conference (Reno) 4 November 2016.
Disasters and Dislocation in France and the Empire
Chair: Minayo Nasiali, University of California, Los Angeles

  1. Rhythms of Catastrophe, Iterations of Inequity: Disaster Memory, Dislocation, and Disparity during Pelée’s Eruption of 1929
    Christopher M. Church, University of Nevada, Reno  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  2. Plague and the Port City: Movement and Migration during an Eighteenth-Century Crisis
    Cindy Ermus, University of Lethbridge  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  3. Labor and Culture in Burgundy’s Phylloxera Epidemic
    Philip Whalen, Coastal Carolina University  ( Video | MP3 )
     
  4. Comment and Audience Participation: Martha L. Hildreth, University of Nevada, Reno  ( Video | MP3 )