INSTITUT NAPOLEON
Founded in 1932

The Napoleon Institute is a learned society devoted to Napoleonic studies

It was originally created and directed in 1932 by Edouard Driault, Ph. D. in history, who was also the founder of the Revue des Etudes napoléoniennes in 1912.
Philippe Sagnac, another academic, succeeded him in 1936. Marcel Dunan, a member of the Institut de France who held the chair of History of the French Revolution and the First Empire at the Sorbonne, took over the supervision of the Institut Napoléon in 1947. In 1974, the directorship fell to Professor Jean Tulard, a member of the Institut de France, who presently teaches history at the Sorbonne and also at the Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes. Since 1999, the Institut Napoléon has been presided over by Professor Jacques Olivier Boudon.

REVUE DE L'INSTITUT NAPOLEON
Revolution, Consulat, Empire

Since 1938, the Institut Napoléon has been publishing the Revue de l'Institut Napoléon (Journal of the Napoleon Institute) wich contains studies, articles, lecture reviews and a bibliographical column covering the historical periods of the French Revolution, the Consulate and the Empire. Acknowledged by the French Academy, this award-winning journal is the undisputed scientific reference in the field of Napoleonic rescarch.

62 years of research
923 published articles distributed in 10 countries
37 French and foreign universities are regular subscribers
32 libraries subscribe to this Journal

If you are interested in the Napoleonic theme, this review should concern you and this is the reason why we are enclosing a membership form. Should your institution be engaged in research on this period, we would be most happy to report it to our readership.

The head office of the Institut Napoléon is located within the Sorbonne
Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes 45, rue des Ecoles 75005 Paris (France)
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Dues to be paid to the Institut Napoléon : 43 €
payable to Institut Napoléon at our treasurer's :
Pierre Pendariès - 30, boulevard Merle - 13012 Marseille (France)


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