Towards a French History of Universal Values: Charity, Human Rights and Humanitarianism

An issue of: French Historical Studies

Towards a French History of Universal Values
Journal Issue Pages: 164 Volume 34, Number 3 Published: Summer 2011 An issue of French Historical Studies
Special Issue Editor(s): Adam Davis, Bertrand Taithe


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From the Purse and the Heart: Exploring Charity, Humanitarianism, and Human Rights in France-Adam J. Davis and Bertrand Taithe


Universalism in One Country: La Protection Sociale over the Longue Durée- Thomas M. Adams

"The Universal Alliance of All Peoples": Romantic Socialists, the Human Family, and the Defense of Empire during the July Monarchy, 1830–1848- Naomi J. Andrews

Behind the Imperial Curtain: International Humanitarian Efforts and the Critique of French Colonialism in the Interwar Years- J. P. Daughton

Famine, Aid, and Ideology: The Political Activism of Médecins sans Frontières in the 1980s - Eleanor Davey


Recent Articles on French History -

Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel

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