Refuge In The Land Of Liberty: France And Its Refugees, From The Revolution To The End Of Asylum, 1787-1939 by Greg BurgessRefuge In The Land Of Liberty: France And Its Refugees, From The Revolution To The End Of Asylum, 1787-1939 by Greg Burgess

Refuge In The Land Of Liberty: France And Its Refugees, From The Revolution To The End Of Asylum…

byGreg Burgess

Hardcover | February 14, 2008

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This book examines changing responses towards refugees in modern France through French legal, intellectual, political and social history. Critical questions framed debates and policy: whether individuals had a natural human right to receive asylum and whether refugee policy was a matter for national government, or international agreement.
GREG BURGESS was a researcher in Australia's Refugee Review Tribunal before completing a doctorate on the history of political asylum in France at the University of Melbourne. He has taught Modern European History at the University of Tasmania and presently teaches World History and Historiography at Deakin University in Victoria, Aust...
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Title:Refuge In The Land Of Liberty: France And Its Refugees, From The Revolution To The End Of Asylum…Format:HardcoverDimensions:287 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.81 inPublished:February 14, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230507751

ISBN - 13:9780230507753

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Refugees and Asylum PART I: ASYLUM AND THE FRENCE REVOLUTION Exiles and Patriots Asylum, Empire and Restoration PART II: REVOLUTIONARY EXILES AND THE JULY MONARCHY, 1830-48 The Limits of Tolerance The Practice of Asylum 'A Sentenced Passed in a Shadow, by a Hidden Power' PART III: A REPUBLICAN TRADITION: ASYLUM, 1848-1920 Asylum and the Mid-century Crisis Socialist Revolutionaries, Mass Migration, War: 1870-1920 PART IV: 'AROUND THE CORNER FROM A HOSTILE FRANCE, A FRANCE MORE AMICABLE, 1920-39 Migration and Asylum in the Interwar Years The German Refugee Crisis, 1933-35 Reform, Renewal and the End of Asylum Conclusion: The Right of Asylum - A Site of Memory Abbrieviations Notes Bibliography

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