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Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599
M.A. Stanford University, 1975
Ph.D. Stanford University, 1981
Donald Reid is an historian of modern France. He is a labor historian, but works on the “long 1968″ as an intellectual, social and political phenomenon and on the history of collective memory in modern France as well.
Some Notable Publications
- “Didier Daeninckx: Raconteur of History,” South Central Review 27:1–2 (Spring–Summer 2010): 39-60
- Germaine Tillion, Lucie Aubrac, and the Politics of Memories of the French Resistance (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007); paperback with additions (2008)
- “Inciting Readings and Reading Cites: Visits to Marx’s The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte,” Modern Intellectual History 4 (2007): 545–70
- “Pursuing the Communist Syndrome: Opening the Black Book of the New Anti-Communism in France,” International History Review 27 (June 2005): 295–318
- “Pierre Goldman: From Souvenirs obscurs to Lieu de mémoire,”French Politics, Culture & Society 26:2 (Summer 2008): 51–77
Graduate Students Advised by Don Reid
Courses Offered (as Schedules Allow)
For current course listings, consult the Registrar’s Schedule of Classes.
- HIST 140—The World Since 1945
- HIST 776—Modern France