Fifty years have passed since Robert Palmer and Jacques Godechot’s classic elaboration of a common transatlantic revolutionary experience at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This workshop aims to revisit the validity of the concept of an ‘Atlantic Revolution’ by applying the findings of researchers working in the field. The Atlantic World in the Age of Revolution is the second and final joint KCL-UNC (Post) Graduate Workshop organised within the framework of a larger ongoing KCL-UNC project devoted to the theme of trans-Atlantic interactions at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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