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UCL Art Museum: 'French Revolution' Teaching Pack

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pro-revolution | anti-revolution | caricature | prints | portrait | France | Britain | sans-culottes | Bastille | Marat | Louis XVI | Corday | Robespierre | Bonaparte | Le Vachez | Aliprandi | execution | Tableau Historique | Massacres | guillotine | Réunion des trois orders | OBL4HE

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21H.382 Capitalism in the Age of Revolution (MIT)

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The decades leading up to the Atlantic revolutions of the late eighteenth century were formative moments in the rise of capitalism. The novel instruments of credit, debt, and investment fashioned during this period proved to be enduring sources of financial innovation, but they also generated a great deal of political conflict, particularly during the revolutionary era itself.  This seminar examines the debates surrounding large-scale financial and trading corporations and considers the eighteenth century as a period of recurring financial crisis in which corporate power came into sustained and direct contact with emerging republican norms. The seminar ends with a look at the relationship between slavery and the rise of “modern” or “industrial” capitalism in

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capitalism | revolution | monopoly | trading | stock market | financial crisis | Mississippi Bubble | John Law | slave trade | South Sea Bubble | French public finance | France | Persian Letters | Cato's letters | Dutch East India Company | Sovereignty | East Indies | French India Company | American Revolution | 1764 Currency Act | Boston Tea Party | Compagnie des Indes | French revolution | Paris bourse | Sciotomanie | Global Financial Origins of 1789 | Maxmilien Robespierre

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