Spring 2001
Mr. Schwartz

 

 

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Les Misérables:
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HISTORY 255

Schedule of Presentations

Week 2

The Enlightenment

Feb. 8

Paris, City of Light

3

The Revolution and Empire

Feb. 13

La Boheme

Feb 15

Mapping the Revolutionary City

4

The Restoration (1815-1830)

Feb. 20

Thenardier

Feb. 22

Courtesans, Prostitutes

5

Law and the Dangerous Classes

Feb 27

Pleasures of the Bourgeoisie

Mar. 1

Eponine

6

The Bourgeoisie and the Poor: Class and Gender

Mar. 6

Paris, City of Light

Mar. 8

La Boheme

7

History On Film and In Caricature

Mar. 13

Mapping the Revolutionary City

Mar. 15

No presentation

Break

8

Paris: Capital of the Nineteenth Century

Mar. 27

No presentation

Mar. 29

Thenardier

9

Marius and Company: Young, Romantic, and Republican

Apr.3

Courtesans

Apr. 5

Pleasures of the Bourgeoisie

10

Pleasure

Apr. 10

Eponine

Apr. 12

11

To the Barricades: Revolution and Revolt

Apr.17

Apr. 19

12

The Death of Old Paris: Baron Haussman and the Imperial Transformation

Apr.24

Apr. 26

13

Final Presentations

   
Presentations
Comments
May 1 Paris and La Boheme Pleasures and Eponine
May 3 Mappers, Courtesans, and Thenardier Paris and La Boheme
May 8 Pleasures and Eponine Mappers, Courtesans, and Thenardier