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Herodotus - Volume XXIII - Spring 2013

Cover of the Herodotus 2013 ssue
Jun 2013

In this Issue

Becca Siegel, The Unlikely Courage of Imagined Political Systems
Introduction by Jack Rakove, W. R. Coe Professor of History and American Studies

Cole Manley, Cooperative Association, the Individual and the “Robber Baron:” Leland Stanford
Introduction by Richard White, Margaret Byrne Professor of American History

Doria Charlson, Judah Monis and Puritan Hebraism
Introduction by Caroline Winterer, Professor of History 

María del Carmen Barrios, Mobilizing the Colonies: The Imperial Role of Botany in Eighteenth-Century France
Introduction by Jessica Riskin, Associate Professor of History

Rachel Purcell, The Fruits and Farmers of Revolution: Agricultural Imagery in French and American Rhetoric
Introduction by Jessica Riskin, Associate Professor of History

Scott Bade, Liberal Governor, Conservative Revolution: Robert Eden and Maryland’s Moderation
Introduction by Caroline Winterer, Professor of History 

Suzanne Stathatos, The Chappe Semaphore: An Emblem of Revolutionary Restructuring and Unification in the French Nation-State
Introduction by Jessica Riskin, Associate Professor of History