Philadelphia (USA) : University of Pennsylvania Press

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A theater of diplomacy : international relations and the performing arts in early modern FranceMonography
Be a perfect man. Christian masculinity and the Carolingian aristocracyMonography
Bigamy and Christian identity in late medieval ChampagneMonography
Books without borders in Enlightenment Europe. French cosmopolitanism and German literary marketsMonography
Cultivated power : flowers, culture and politics in the reign of Louis XIVMonography
Day of reckoning : power and accountability in medieval FranceMonography
Henry the Liberal : count of Champagne, 1127-1181Monography
Intimate bonds. Family and slavery in the french AtlanticMonography
Medieval robots : mechanism, magic, nature, and artMonography
Mother and Sons, Inc. : Martha de Cabanis in medieval MontpellierMonography
Police power and race riots : urban unrest in Paris and New YorkMonography
Suffering scholars : pathologies of the intellectual in Enlightenment FranceMonography
The labor of the mind : intellect and gender in Enlightenment culturesMonography
The manly priest : clerical celibacy, masculinity, and reform in England and Normandy, 1066-1300Monography
The man who had been king : the american exile of Napoleon's brother JosephMonography
The plantation machine. Atlantic capitalism in French Saint-Domingue and British JamaicaMonography
The silk industries of medieval Paris. Artisanal migration, technological innovation, and gendered experienceMonography
The strange case of Ermine de Reims : a medieval woman between demons and saintsMonography
The white nuns : Cistercian abbeys for women in medieval FranceMonography