Film and Fiction for French Historians

The new e-issue of Film and Fiction for French Historians is now out at a new website on the H-France platform. Historians of French history and scholars interested in historical filmmaking should find this website useful in their research and teaching.

My review of the film Louis, roi enfant, a depiction of the early reign of Louis XIV and the Fronde civil war, is one of the reviews published in this issue of the e-journal. This review appears alongside a review by Bill Beik of two films about Louis XIV’s reign.

Northern Illinois University students in HIST 311 Early Modern France, 1500-1789 and HIST 390 History and Film may be interested in this review and the overall website.



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