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The Napoleonic Empire played a crucial role in reshaping global landscapes and in realigning international power structures on a worldwide scale. When Napoleon died, the map of many areas had completely changed, making room for Russia's ascendency and Britain's rise to world power.

Produktbeschreibung
The Napoleonic Empire played a crucial role in reshaping global landscapes and in realigning international power structures on a worldwide scale. When Napoleon died, the map of many areas had completely changed, making room for Russia's ascendency and Britain's rise to world power.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Seitenzahl: 334
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26. Januar 2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137455475
  • Artikelnr.: 44899460
Autorenporträt
Virginia H. Aksan, McMaster University, Canada Jean-René Aymes, Université Paris III, France Lucia Maria Bastos Pereira das Neves, Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil Emmanuel Berger, Université de Namur, Belgium Michael Broers, University of Oxford, UK Jaros?aw Czubaty, University of Warsaw, Poland Brecht Deseure, Universität Passau, Germany Max Engman, Åbo Akademi University, Finland Bård Frydenlund, University of Oslo, Norway Bernard Gainot, Université Paris I, France Rasmus Glenthøj, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark Jean-Marcel Humbert, Independent Scholar, France Johan Joor, International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Annie Jourdan, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Armin Owzar, University of Paris 3 (Sorbonne Nouvelle), France Anna Maria Rao, University of Naples 'Federico II', Italy Stefan Rinke, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany Martin P. Schennach, University of Innsbruck, Austria Denis Sdvizkov, German Historical Institute in Moscow, Russia Marko Trogrli?, University of Split, Croatia Peter Vodopivec, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Josip Vrande?i?, University of Split, Croatia
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: Napoleon and its Aftermath: Reshaping Power in Europe and the World
Ute Planert 1. France, Western Europe and the Atlantic World. Napoleon's Empire: European Politics in Global Perspective
Annie Jourdan 2. Unity and Fragmentation: Recent Research Trends on the ''
Brecht Deseure and Emmanuel Berger 3. The Napoleonic Period in Holland from a Dutch Historical Perspective
Johan Joor 4. Liberty in Times of Occupation: The Napoleonic Era in German
Armin Owzar 5. Napoleonic Italy: Old and New Trends in Historiography
Anna Maria Rao 6. Against the Grain: Portugal and its Empire in the Face of the Napoleonic Invasions
Lucia Maria Bastos P. Neves 7. The Peninsular War and its Repercussions in France and Spain
Jean René Aymes 8. 'Perfidies, Robberies and Cruelties': Latin America and Napoleon in the Age of Revolutions
Stefan Rinke 9. The Empire Overseas: The Illusion of Restoration
Bernard Gainot 10. Faces the Russian Empire: Inter-Imperial Exchanges and their Reflections in Historiography
Denis Sdvizkov 11. What Lies Behind the Glory? A Balance Sheet of the Napoleonic Era in Poland
Jaroslaw Czubaty 12. The Danish State and the Napoleonic Wars
Rasmus Glenthoj 13. The Case of Norway: Domestic Developments and External Influences on the Periphery of Napoleonic Europe
Bard Frydenlund 14. Decline and Consolidation: Sweden, the Napoleonic Wars, and Geopolitical Restructuring in Northern Europe
Martin Hårdstedt 15. Finland and the Napoleonic Empire
Max Engman 16. 'We are Constituted as a Nation': Austria in the Era of Napoleon
Martin Schennach 17. The Illyrian Provinces from the Slovene Perspective: Myth and Reality
Peter Vodopivec 18. The French Rule in Dalmatia, 1806-14: Globalizing a Local Geopolitics
Marko Trogrlic and Josip Vrandecic 19. Locating the Ottomans in Napoleon's World
Virginia Aksan 20. The Birth of Modern Egypt from Bonaparte's Campaign to Muhammad Ali's Seizure of Power: A Historiographical Essay
Jean-Marcel Humbert 21. Pride & Prejudice: The Napoleonic Empire Through the Eyes of its Rulers
Michael Broers
Rezensionen
"The book's strengths is the extensive coverage of the epoch-making events in the Baltic region in the period which have generally been neglected in the English-language scholarship. ... this fascinating and challenging collection of essays is a pleasure to read throughout." (John Dunne, French History, Vol. 33 (2), 2019)"Divided into four geographic sections inclusive of Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, South America and the Ottoman Empire, this volume opens and closes with two outstanding scholars who provide provocative presentations of Napoleon's European Empire, and each chapter inbetween offers interesting and important contributions to the multifaceted reach of the Napoleonic experiment. A brilliant collection on this rich era of transformation." - Katherine Aaslestad, West Virginia University, USA "This excellent and original collection of twenty two essays by leading Napoleonic scholars analyses the global impact of the Napoleonic Empire. The articles very competently address the historiography and profound transformations and legacy the Napoleonic era launched throughout Europe, the Atlantic World, and the Middle East." Alexander Grab, University of Maine, USA