IONA

Michael J. Hughes, PhD

Research & Publications

  • Forging Napoleon’s Grande ArméeMotivation, Military Culture, and Masculinity in the French Army,
    1800-1808 (New York, London:  New York University Press, 2012).
  • Book review, Brian Joseph Martin, Napoleonic Friendship:  Military Fraternity, Intimacy & Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century France, in H-France Review, vol. 11 (August 2011), no. 177.
  • “Celebrating the Grande Armée:  Military Motivation and National Identity in the Armies of Napoleon,”
    Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, Selected Papers 2009.  (forthcoming, accepted for
    publication).
  • Book review, Philip Dwyer, Napoleon:  The Path to Power 1769-1799, in European History Quarterly, vol. 40, no. 2 (2010):  317-319.
  • “Making Frenchmen into Warriors:  Martial Masculinity in Napoleonic France,” in Christopher E. Forth
    and Bertrand Taithe, eds., French Masculinities:  History, Culture, and Politics (Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), 51-66. 
  • Ph.D. dissertation, "Vive la République!, Vive l'Empereur!": Military Culture and Motivation in the Armies of Napoleon, 1803-1808 (University of Illinois, 2005).
  • “Singing the Praises of Napoleon:  Songs as Media in the French Army of the Napoleonic Wars,” in Mihail 
    E. Ionescu, ed., Acta. War, Military and Media from Gutenberg to Today, Guerre, armée et médias de Gutenberg à nos jours, Krieg, das Militär und die Medien von Gutenberg bis heute, Război, armată şi mass-media de la Gutenberg până în prezent.  29th  International Congress of Military History, Bucharest, Romania, August 10-15, 2003  (Bucharest:  Military Publishing House, 2004), 413-424.
  • “Images of the Grognard:  Songs, French Soldiers, and Military Culture in the Armies of Napoleon,” in Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, Selected Papers 2003.  (forthcoming, accepted for publication).