Popkin, Modern France, pp. 25-64.
Reading for Discussion
Declaration of the Rights of Man (August 1789), on-line.
Clermont-Tonnerre, "Speech on Religious Minorities and Questionnable Professions" (Dec. 1789), on-line and the response by Maury (Dec. 1789), also on-line.
Condorcet, “On the Admission of Women to the Rights of Citizenship” (July 1790), on-line.
"Le Chapelier Law" on workplace organization (June 1791), on-line.
Jacques Roux, "Manifesto of the enragés" (spring 1793), on-line.
Discussion and suppression of women's political clubs (Oct. 1793), on-line.
Keith Baker et. al., eds., The French Revolution and the Creation
of Modern Political Culture, 4 vols. (1989-1994).
Keith M. Baker, Inventing the French Revolution (1989).
Roger Chartier, The Cultural Origins of the French Revolution (1991).
William Doyle, Origins of the French Revolution (1980;1988).
Laurent Dubois, A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean (2004).
Jennifer Heuer, The Family and the Nation: Gender and Citizenship in Revolutionary France, 1789-1830 (2005).
Olwen Hufton, Women and the Limits of Citizenship in the French Revolution (1992).
Lynn Hunt, The French Revolution and Human Rights: A Brief Documentary History (1996).
Lynn Hunt, Politics, Culture, and Class in the French Revolution (1984).
Mona Ozouf, Festivals and the French Revolution (1988 trans.).
William H. Sewell, Jr., A Rhetoric of Bourgeois Revolution (1993).
Rebecca L. Spang, "Paradigms and Paranoia: How Modern is the French Revolution?" American Historical Review 108 (2003). [JSTOR]
Timothy Tackett, Becoming a Revolutionary (1997).
Key Conceptual Texts
Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism (1991, 2006).
Rogers Brubaker, Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany (1992)--also available as an e-book, via the IU Library Catalog.