Political Culture and Political Movements in the Neoliberal City

Second event of the project « Places and Cultures of Capitalism: New Histories from the
Grassroots » co-organized by CREA-Université Paris Nanterre, HDEA-Université Paris-Sorbonne,
University College London & University of York.
10:30-12pm - Morning workshop: “Researching the Neoliberal City” with Tamara Boussac (HDEA-Université Paris Sorbonne), Luke Carroll (University of York), Marion Marchet (HDEA-Université Paris
Sorbonne), Clément PeFtjean (HDEA-Université Paris Sorbonne) and Vladimir Rizov (University of York)

Séminaire MAPS avec David Duff

Prospectuses, a form of printed advertisement widely used in the
British book trade of the 18th and early 19th centuries, played an
important in the French Revolution controversy, announcing forthcoming
publications and often making strong political statements in their own
right. This paper will examine this largely forgotten genre, whose art
of encapsulation, enticement and persuasion took on new significance in
a publishing context where commercial rivalry and ideological conflict