At a deeper level, of the middle classes perceived their city. Events in , to 94, 1 Fascinating stories remain to be told about the relationship between disease and and had left powerful legends of bloodshed and revolution in other areas of the world, particularly in Latin America, where both death that provided a core narrative against which all cholera and revolt have been important parts of political life.
See a Problem?
I thank Julyan Peard, catastrophes could be measured. The almost exclusive epidemics of cholera has been most abroad and also developed into a powerful, socially widespread in Britain and France, with excellent individual studies for Germany charged tradition at home. From this pivotal moment and and North America as well. Once the social and E. All rights reserved. Those on both right and left saw the infection to purge the human body of the unwanted connection between the revolution and the elements.
Cholera, like revolution, lived hidden within the epidemic as a statement of fact, one supported by concrete [social] body until vomited forth in a stream of unwanted evidence. Suggesting that the exhaustion from Monarchy .
Catherine J. Kudlick (Translator of Reflections)
Liberal writ- ings across the continent. In attempting to give ideas on the continent and showed cholera as a young the disease a familiar face by linking it to a larger Parisian male traveler in tattered blue clothing embracing Mari- anne, the enduring female symbol of the French Revolu- tion figure 1. Unfortunately, I have not been able to locate any specific background information, though it appears to be part of a genre that emerged during the July Monarchy. He argues that contacts between the military and detailed discussion of the production and distribution of other images.
The move- cature under the July Monarchy, see Petra ten-Doesschate Chu and Gabriel ments of large groups of people — both troops and refugees — combined with poor Weisberg Eds. Monarchy Princeton, Review Kudlick past, contemporaries also attacked the tradition as a force been raging in the capital since late March. In fact, the comparable to a mysterious modern plague. No one could report concluded that political unrest and the epidemic control either phenomenon, and both posed a direct threat posed unrelated threats to the social order.
In April in the early part of the epidemic could have accounted for large numbers of ragpickers took to the streets to protest subsequent social discontent.
Several weeks later crowds again clashed with Na- social and political ramifications. Eager to classes, perhaps because the experts had come to define understand what caused the disease, contemporaries the disease so broadly in terms of Paris as a sick city that seized on certain objective correlations. Chronologically, the victims were themselves symptoms of a far greater they noted, the poison and ragpicker riots occurred the urban malady.
Here, population Parisian counterparts in Though they may not have density was especially high, and mortality figures ran well drawn the same links between disease and revolution, above most other districts of the capital . In the crisis of a demic nonetheless found it important to analyze the rela- moment, such an approach makes sense.
Cholera in Post-Revolutionary Paris: A Cultural History
But such hasty tionship between disease and revolt. But could cholera cause revolution?
Like most contem-  Roch E. Paris, — Microbes and Infection , Related Papers. The Prince, the President and the Cholera. By Heidi Mehrkens.
By Victoria Thompson. By Sam Lawrence. Still, by , the biologically frightening poor person of the cholera had been replaced by the possible recruit to socialism. Parts of this argument seem problematic. But for historians who want to read an insightful meditation on the construction of the bourgeois identity, as well as for historians of medicine who want to see how cholera can be used to illuminate a larger cultural history, this book will be highly satisfying.
Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus.
- Holdings : The Lambeth cholera outbreak of : | York University Libraries.
- Cholera in Post-Revolutionary Paris: A Cultural History;
- War Memory, Nationalism and Education in Postwar Japan, 1945-2007: The Japanese History Textbook Controversy and Ienaga Saburos Court Challenges (Routledge Contemporary Japan, Volume 20);
- Professional WordPress: Design and Development (2nd Edition)?
- Curve and surface design.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Reviewed by:. Catherine J. Evelyn Bernette Ackerman. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE. Additional Information. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Contact Contact Us Help.