Parution : Animals in French History, juin 2014

Revue French History
« Animals in French History »
Juin 2014, vol. 28, n° 2

Introduction

Peter Sahlins and Chris Pearson

French History 2014 28: 153-156

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Articles

Man as rabid beast: criminals into animals in late medieval France

Jolanta N. Komornicka

French History 2014 28: 157-171

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On poets and insects: figures of the human and figures of the insect in Pierre Perrin’s Divers insectes, 1645

Elisabeth Wallmann

French History 2014 28: 172-187

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The republican menagerie: animal politics in the French Revolution

Pierre Serna

French History 2014 28: 188-206

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Global insects: silkworms, sericulture, and statecraft in Napoleonic France and Tokugawa Japan

Junko Thérèse Takeda

French History 2014 28: 207-225

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‘Men seeking monkey-glands’: the controversial xenotransplantations of Doctor Voronoff, 1910–30

Catherine Rémy

French History 2014 28: 226-240

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