Early American Studies Special Issue: The American Revolution in 21st Century France, vol. 22/1, Winter 2024

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the publication of the special issue of Early American Studies, edited by Kevin Butterfield and Bertrand Van Ruymbeke.

It is available here : https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/52091

Understanding the American Revolution in Twenty-First-Century France
Kevin Butterfield, Bertrand Van Ruymbeke
pp. 1-8

Atlantic Patriotism: The Seven Years’ War and the Transformation of American, British, and French Political Culture
Edmond Dziembowski
pp. 9-31

French Volunteers in Benjamin Franklin’s Correspondence: The American Revolution as Mirror of a Military Crisis
Leïla Tnaïnchi
pp. 32-57

"I Told Him That the French Army Being Auxiliary in This Continent, It Was Up to the American General to Give His Orders": The Paradoxes of French Military Operations in America, 1778–1783
Olivier Chaline

Montesquieu and The Federalist: A Contested Legacy at the American Founding
Hugo Toudic, Céline Spector
pp. 80-104

Gouverneur Morris, France, and Republicanism in the Atlantic Space
Emilie Mitran
pp. 105-125

The Impact of the American Revolution on French Anticolonial and Antislavery Views in the 1780s
Carine Lounissi

Finding the American Revolution in France: François-Jean de Chastellux’s Private Papers and Beyond
Iris de Rode
pp. 156-193

Documenting a Proposed 1781 French-American Attack on New York: The Chastellux Archive and the Epic Finale That Never Was
Joseph F. Stoltz III
pp. 194-212

Connecting the Histories of France and the United States, circa 1750–1800
François Furstenberg
pp. 213-220

Friends of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies 1 July 2022–30 June 2023
pp. 221-223