An interview with Alexandra Schultz, author of '"The purity of the blood": Poncet de la Grave, pronatalism and empire' 25:1 (2017). What does this article tell your readers about modern and contemporary France? In this article I hope to relate to readers the fascinating but largely unknown career of Guillaume Poncet de la Grave (1725-1803), … Continue reading Immigration, empire and boosting the birth rate
Founded in 1980 by the Association for the Study of Modern & Contemporary France, Modern & Contemporary France is an international peer-reviewed journal, offering a scholarly view of all aspects of France from 1789 to the present day. It is a multi-disciplinary journal of French studies, drawing particularly, but not exclusively, on the work of scholars in … Continue reading Welcome to the Journal!