Annelien de Dijn

Photo of Annelien de DijnPhoto | Studio HesterAnnelien de Dijn is Professor of Modern Political History at Utrecht University and the author of French Political Thought from Montesquieu to Tocqueville. Her research has been supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, and the Independent Social Research Foundation.

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Cover: Freedom: An Unruly HistoryFreedom: An Unruly HistoryDe Dijn, AnnelienHARDCOVER08/25/2020$35.00
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