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  1. Nineteenth-Century French Studies: Index to vol. 49, nos. 1–4
  2. The Tragic Festival
  3. From "female bodhisattva with a she-devil face" to "female general of the anarchist party": Biographies of Louise Michel in Early 20th-Century China
  4. Reliving the Commune: American Women Radicals and the Figure of Revolution
  5. She Smelled of Petroleum: The Paris Commune in a German Family Magazine
  6. Decolonizing the "Universal Republic": The Paris Commune and French Empire
  7. Couragé et Libe®té: The Commune de Paris 1871 Menswear Brand in the Age of the Gilets jaunes
  8. When Fashion Stood Still: from la mode assiégée to la mode durable
  9. L'œuvre scolaire de la Commune de Paris
  10. Cyclisme Communard
  11. Les Marmites de la Commune: Qu'on vive à table comme sur la barricade!
  12. Zola's "champ limité de la réalisation": La Débâcle and the Commune
  13. Back to Her Sheep: The Commune and Peasant Politics in George Sand's Nanon
  14. Une révolution vue d'en bas: L'épopée ordinaire du Tableau de Paris (1871)
  15. The Performance of Politics during the Siege of Paris
  16. Partage de l'insolence (usage de Vallès par les temps qui courent)
  17. Résonances des temps: La Commune comme «hantologie» de 1968 à aujourd'hui
  18. 1871 raisons d'y croire: logiques et imaginaire des Gilets jaunes
  19. L'amnistie des communards: Autour du discours de Léon Gambetta, 21 juin 1880
  20. The Commune, 1871: Present, Past, and Back Again
  21. Collective Forgetting: Textbooks and the Paris Commune in the Early Third Republic
  22. On Seeing and Believing: The Ruins of Paris, National Identity and Experiential Photography
  23. The Lion of Belfort, Max Ernst's Une semaine de bonté, and the Uses of the Past
  24. Vallotton, Fénéon, and the Legacy of the Commune in Fin-de-siècle France
  25. Between Memory and Mobilization: The Graffiti and Street Art of the Paris Commune
  26. Entretien avec Jacques Tardi
  27. Polar Chaos
  28. How to Organize Emancipation: The Paris Commune
  29. La Commune de Paris, ou la naissance de la laïcité d'émancipation?
  30. «Une barricade, non un gouvernement» Contrasting Views of Association in the Paris Commune
  31. Départs: Entretien avec Jacques Rancière
  32. The Commune, "Today"
  33. Introduction
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