TOM CONNER, is Assistant Professor of French at St. Norbert College, and the author of a book on Chateaubriand, Chateau-briand's Mémoires doutretombe: A Portrait of the Artist in Exile. He has also edited a book entitled Dreams and Literature, and written numerous reviews and articles in Swedish and French, as well as in English, on a broad range of contemporary cultural topics.
BARBARA T. COOPER, is Associate Professor of French at the University of New Hampshire where she served a six-year term as chair of the Department of French and Italian. She is the author of over two dozen articles on early nineteenth-century French theater, and the co-author of Modernity and Revolution in Late Nineteenth Century France.
MALCOLM CROOK, is a Senior Lecturer in History at Keele University in the United Kingdom where he has taught since 1972. He specializes in the French Revolution and has contributed a good deal on the subject, most notably Journées révolutionnaires à Toulon and Toulon in War and Revolution from the Ancien Régime to the Restoration, 1750-1820. He is currently completing a study of elections and electoral behavior during the French Revolution, Apprenticeship in Democracy, to be published by Cambridge University Press in 1994.
JOHN DUNNE, is Senior Lecturer in History at the School of Humanities of Thames Polytechnic in London. He is engaged in research on the transfer of wealth in France during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras.
MELVIN EDELSTEIN, is a Professor of History at William Paterson College of New Jersey. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton where he wrote his dissertation under the direction of R. R. Palmer. His scholarly interests are the revolutionary press, revolutionary elections and the diffusion