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Current Projects:

‘L’art de la supercherie : la science et les charlatans dans les estampes révolutionnaires’, in Théâtre et charlatans dans l’Europe moderne (xvie-xviiie siècles), un art de la mise en scène ?, colloque international, université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, 23-25 avril 2014  (Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2017)

Previous Publications

Satire, prints and theatricality in the French Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, October 2016)

‘Having a Cage in her Hand: Escaping Representations of Jeanne de la Motte-Valois and Marie-Antoinette’, Caught between Fact and Fiction:  Eighteenth-Century Escape Tales, ed. by Denis Grélé and Michael J. Mulryan (Bucknell University Press, 2016).

‘Théâtre de l’ombre: Visions of Afterlife in Prints of the French Revolution’, ed. by Mark Darlow and Marion Lafouge, Shadows of the Enlightenment: Chiaroscuro in Early-Modern France and Italy, a Study in Analogy and Metaphorology, special issue of Eighteenth Century, December 2014.

‘The Spectacle of Science: the Art of Illusion in Prints of the French Revolution’, Special Issue: Art and Science, Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, 3.1 (2011), 42-51.

‘Le Monde à l’Envers: the Carnivalesque in Prints of the Construction of the Fête de la Fédération of 1790’, French History, 26.1(March 2012), 34-52.

Critical edition of ‘Tonnerre’, Questions sur l’encyclopédie:  Privilèges–Zoroastre, ed. Christiane Mervaud and Nicholas Cronk, vol.43 (Voltaire Foundation, 2013).

Reviews

Reviews for Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies and French History.

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