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9780813928470

Old World, New World

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  • ISBN13:

    9780813928470

  • ISBN10:

    0813928478

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-03-31
  • Publisher: Univ of Virginia Pr

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Old World, New World: America and Europe in theAge of Jefferson grew out of workshops in Salzburg andCharlottesville sponsored by Monticello's International Center for JeffersonStudies, and revisits a question of long-standing interest to American historians:the nature of the relationship between America and Europe during the Age ofRevolution. Study of the American-European relationship in recent years has beenmoved forward by the notion of Atlantic history and the study of the Atlantic world.The present volume adds a fresh contribution in that it refocuses attention to thequestion of the interdependent relationship between Europe and America.Old World, New World addressestopics that are both timely, given contemporary public events, but that are also ofinterest to early modern and modern historians. By focusing on the question of therelationship between America and Europe, as well as using Thomas Jefferson as a lensto examine this relationship, this book carves out its own niche in the history ofthe Revolutionary Atlantic world.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
List of Abbreviationsp. xi
Introductionp. 1
Environmental Hazards, Eighteenth-Century Stylep. 15
Decadents Abroad: Reconstructing the Typical Colonial American in London in the Late Colonial Periodp. 32
"Citizens of the World": Men, Women, and Country in the Age of Revolutionp. 61
Reimagining the British Empire and America in an Age of Revolution: The Case of William Edenp. 83
John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and the Dutch Patriotsp. 105
John Adams in Europe: A Provincial Cosmopolitan Confronts the Metropolitan World, 1778-1788p. 131
"Behold me at length on the vaunted scene of Europe": Jefferson and the Creation of an American Image Abroadp. 155
Negotiating Gifts: Jefferson's Diplomatic Presentsp. 179
Better Tools for a New and Better World: Jefferson Perfects the Plowp. 200
The End of a Beautiful Friendship: Americans in Paris and Public Diplomacy during the War Scare of 1798-1799p. 223
Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte: A Woman between Two Worldsp. 247
List of Contributorsp. 277
Indexp. 281
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