Lloyd Kramer (NHC Fellow, 2002–03)

Project Title

Traveling to Unknown Places: Politics, Religion and the Cultural Identities of Expatriate Writers, 1780-1960

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Fellowship Work Summary, 2002–03

Lloyd Kramer wrote four chapters of his book Traveling to Unknown Places: Politics, Religion and the Cultural Identities of Expatriate Writers, 1780-1960. He also wrote two review essays: one on Rethinking France: Les Lieux de mémoire, vol. 1: The State, ed. Pierre Nora, trans. Mary Trouille for H-France, an international Web site for French historians; and another, "What Is Intellectual History?" a comparative analysis of Donald R. Kelley, The Descent of Ideas: The History of Intellectual History and Mark Bevir, The Logic of the History of Ideas, forthcoming in Modern Intellectual History, vol. 1 (2004). His review of Alistair Horne's Seven Ages of Paris, and an op-ed piece on the history of French-American relations appeared in the Raleigh News and Observer.