Memory and Identity (The Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World Series): The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora

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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, ...

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Overview

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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Huguenot Population and Synodal Provinces in Seventeenth-Century France xi
French Islands in the West Indies in the Late Seventeenth Century xii
Huguenot Settlements in British North America xiii
Chronology xv
Introduction: Minority Survial: The Huguenot Paradigm in France and the Diaspora 1
1 Identity, Law, and the Huguenots of Early Modern France 26
2 Sociability and Culpability: Conventions of Mediation and Reconciliation within the Sixteenth-Century Huguenot Community 45
3 Cemeteries, Religious Difference, and the Creation of Cultural Boundaries in Seventeenth-Century French Communities 58
4 The French Congregation's Struggle for Acceptance in Emden, Germany 73
5 Acculturation and the French Church of London, 1600-circa 1640 90
6 The Fortunes of the Strangers in Norwich and Canterbury, 1565-1700 110
7 Uncertain Brotherhood: The Huguenots in the Dutch Republic 128
8 Family Bonds across the Refuge 172
9 The Huguenots and the American Immigrant Experience 194
10 Huguenot Merchants and the Development of South Carolina's Slave-Plantation and Atlantic Trading Economy, 1680-1775 208
11 The Protestants of Colonial New York City: A Demographic Profile 241
12 A Colony of "Native French Catholics"? The Protestants of New France in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 255
13 The Protestants and the Colonization of the French West Indies 267
14 The Cape Huguenots and Their Legacy in Apartheid South Africa 285
15 Frenchmen by Birth, Huguenots by the Grace of God: Some Aspects of the Huguenot Myth 310
List of Contributors 325
Index 331
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