Steven Kaplan (historian)

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Steven Kaplan served as the Goldwin Smith Professor of European History in the Department of History at Cornell University, where he is now a professor emeritus.

His primary fields of expertise are French history and the history of food, specifically the history of bread. He earned his A.B. at Princeton University in 1963 and his M.A. in 1966, M.Phil in 1968 and Ph.D. in 1974 at Yale University.[1]

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  • Le pain maudit. Retour sur la France des années oubliées, 1945-1958 (2008)
  • France, Malade du Corporatisme? (wrote two chapters and co-drafted introduction). (2004)
  • Cherchez le pain: Guide des Meilleures Boulangeries de Paris (2004)
  • Le Retour du bon pain: Une histoire contemporaine du pain, de ses techniques, et de ses hommes (2002)
  • La Fin des Corporations. Paris: Fayard (2001)
  • Food and Gender: Identity and Power (1998)
  • Le Meilleur Pain du monde. Les Boulangers de Paris au dix-huitième siécle. (1996)
  • The Bakers of Paris and the Bread Question, 1700-1775 (1996)

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