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Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora (Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World) Hardcover – February, 2002

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"Because of this book's broad geographical and chronological scope and the high quality of many of its essays, it makes a strong case that understanding Huguenots more fully will add significantly to our expanding picture of the early modern Atlantic world."--Journal of Southern History

"The book is valuable, even provocative, as much for what it suggests about the forces that structured Huguenot movement as for its revelations about the Huguenots themselves."--William and Mary Quarterly

--This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

BERTRAND VAN RUYMBEKE is associate professor of American civilization at the Université de Toulouse, France. He has published in the fields of Huguenot diaspora, early South Carolina history, and the Anglo-American Atlantic world, and is currently completing a monograph on the Huguenot migration to proprietary South Carolina. Van Ruymbeke lives in Toulouse.

RANDY J. SPARKS, associate professor of history at Tulane University, is a scholar of American religion and southern history. He is the author of Religion in Mississippi and On Jordan's Stormy Banks: Evangelicalism in Mississippi, 1773-1876. Sparks lives in New Orleans.


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