By Leonard J. Sadosky,Peter Nicolaisen,Peter S. Onuf,Andrew J. O'Shaughnessy
Old global, New international: the United States and Europe within the Age of
Jefferson grew out of workshops in Salzburg and Charlottesville subsidized by
Monticello’s overseas middle for Jefferson reports, and revisits a query of
long-standing curiosity to American historians: the character of the connection among America
and Europe in the course of the Age of Revolution. examine of the American-European courting in recent
years has been moved ahead via the proposal of Atlantic historical past and the learn of the Atlantic
global. the current quantity makes a clean contribution via refocusing cognizance at the query of
the interdependence of Europe and America.
Old international, New
World addresses themes which are well timed, given modern public occasions, yet that are
additionally of curiosity to early glossy and glossy historians. by means of turning consciousness from the Atlantic
international as a rule to the connection among the US and Europe, in addition to utilizing Thomas
Jefferson as a lens to ascertain this courting, this publication carves out its personal area of interest in the
heritage of the Atlantic global within the age of revolution.