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A Note from the New Editors- Rachel Fuchs and Kent Wright
Winning Hearts and Minds in Early Fifteenth-Century France: Burgundian Propaganda in Perspective - Emily J. Hutchison
Cosmography, Local History, and National Sentiment: François de Belleforest and the History of Paris - Hilary J. Bernstein
Building Communities: Immigration, Occupation, and the Boundaries of Limousin Solidarity in Nineteenth-Century Paris - Kiva Silver
A Belle Epoque Media Storm: Gender, Celebrity, and the Marcelle Tinayre Affair - Rachel Mesch
Le Manifeste des 93: La mobilisation des académies françaises et allemandes au déclenchement de la Première Guerre mondiale (1914–1915) - Marie-Eve Chagnon
Remembering Tony Judt: A Forum
Introduction - Patricia M. E. Lorcin
A Perfect Past: Tony Judt and the Historian’s Burden of Responsibility - Ethan Kleinberg
Tony Judt, Essayist and Pugilist - Robert Zaretsky
Blame It on Paris - Julian Bourg
A Tribute to Tony Judt - Judith Friedlander
News and Publications
Recent Articles on French History - Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel
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