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Old World, New World: America and Europe in the Age of Jefferson

Old World, New World: America and Europe in the Age of Jefferson (Hardback)

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"Old World, New World: America and Europe in the Age of Jefferson" grew out of workshops in Salzburg and Charlottesville sponsored by Monticello's International Center for Jefferson Studies, and revisits a question of longstanding interest to American historians: the nature of the relationship between America and Europe during the Age of Revolution. Study of the American-European relationship in recent years has been moved 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 the question of the interdependent relationship between Europe and America. "Old World, New World" addresses topics that are both timely, given contemporary public events, but that are also of interest to early modern and modern historians. By focusing on the question of the relationship between America and Europe, as well as using Thomas Jefferson as a lens to examine this relationship, this book carves out its own niche in the history of the Revolutionary Atlantic world.

Leonard J. Sadosky is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Iowa State University. Peter Nicolaisen is Professor of English (retired) at the University of Flensburg, Germany. Peter S. Onuf is Thomas Jefferson Foundation Professor in the Department of History at the University of Virginia. Andrew J. O'Shaughnessy is Saunders Director of the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at the Thomas Jefferson Foundation.

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