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2. Introduction–Carla Hesse and Peter Sahlins
3. The Invention of Mobility and the History of the State–Vincent Denis
4. "The world is too large": Philosophical Mobility and Urban Space in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Paris–Stéphane Van Damme
5. The Universal Republic of the Freemasons and the Culture of Mobility in the Enlightenment–Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire
6. Arab France: Mobility and Community in Early-Nineteenth-Century Paris and Marseille–Ian Coller
7. Between Macro and Micro: Theorizing Agency in Nineteenth-Century French Migrations–Paul-André Rosental
8. Mobility and Cultural Identity: African Music and Musicians in Late-Twentieth-Century Paris–James A. Winders
9. Commentary–Natalie Zemon Davis
10. Les mobilités concrètes, XVIe-XXe siècles–Daniel Roche
13. Recent Articles on French History–Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel
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