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    Labadie Collection, University of Michigan

    Key Facts About This Resource

    Fields Class, Empire and Imperialism, Environmental, Gender and Sexuality, Political
    Geographic Focus United States, Europe, Africa
    Chronology 1800s, 1900s, 2000s

    Summary

    The Labadie collection emphasizes movements from below, primarily from the late 19th c. into recent decades. Originally specializing in anarchism, the collection has since obtained materials on student protests, the Spanish Civil War, freethinking and antitheism, pacifism, anti-colonialism, LGBT rights, civil rights, unionization, etc.

    Nicholas Stark

    About Nicholas Stark

    Pre-comp. Ph.D. student at Lehigh University working on Ireland in the orbit of French empire in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era with an aim to understanding processes of revolutionary state building and class (re)formation.




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