Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10

Bouwers E (2010)
In: Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation. Jensen L, Leerssen J, Mathijsen M (Eds);Leiden: Brill: 73-102.

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Bouwers E. Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10. In: Jensen L, Leerssen J, Mathijsen M, eds. Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation. Leiden: Brill; 2010: 73-102.
Bouwers, E. (2010). Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10. In L. Jensen, J. Leerssen, & M. Mathijsen (Eds.), Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation (pp. 73-102). Leiden: Brill.
Bouwers, E. (2010). “Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10” in Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation, ed. L. Jensen, J. Leerssen, and M. Mathijsen (Leiden: Brill), 73-102.
Bouwers, E., 2010. Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10. In L. Jensen, J. Leerssen, & M. Mathijsen, eds. Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation. Leiden: Brill, pp. 73-102.
E. Bouwers, “Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10”, Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation, L. Jensen, J. Leerssen, and M. Mathijsen, eds., Leiden: Brill, 2010, pp.73-102.
Bouwers, E.: Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10. In: Jensen, L., Leerssen, J., and Mathijsen, M. (eds.) Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation. p. 73-102. Brill, Leiden (2010).
Bouwers, Eveline. “Public Commemorations or Private Interests? The Politics of State Funerals in the Monumental Public Sphere of London and Paris, 1806-10”. Free Access to the Past. Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation. Ed. Lotte Jensen, Joep Leerssen, and Marita Mathijsen. Leiden: Brill, 2010. 73-102.
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