Stéphane Jettot, Associate Professor, Sorbonne Université
Stéphane Jettot is Associate Professor at Sorbonne University. His interests lie in social and family history from 1660 to 1830, offering a comparative perspective between Britain and the continent. His previous publications include a comparative study of genealogical practices in early-modern Europe, and on the relations between ancestry and enlightenment.
Introduction PART I: A WIDE RANGE OF DIRECTORIES AND THEIR READERS 1. A Format for Every Use 2. The Many Ways of Reading and Selling PART II: THE PUBLISHERS AND THEIR CUSTOMERS 3. Hundreds of Customers: Looking for Some Common Patterns 4. Family Ties and the Publishers' Enquiries PART III: COMPILERS AND THE MAKING OF CREDIBLE NARRATIVES 5. The Protagonists of a 'Shoddy Industry' 6. The Keys to a Rewarding Posterity Conclusion Appendices
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