Douglas Palmer PhD
Palmer, Douglas B., "The Brewers' Lament: Porter and Politics in Late Seventeenth-Century England," The Historian 73 (2011): 1-21.
Book Review of Martine Julia van Ittersum, Profit and Principle: Hugo Grotius, Natural Rights Theories and the Rise of Dutch Power in the East Indies, 1595-1615. In The International Journal of Maritime History (Fall 2006).
Book Review of Alan Forrest, Paris, the Provinces and the French Revolution, in The Historian 68 (2006), p. 184-85.
Book Review of Derek Beales, Prosperity and Plunder: European Catholic Monasteries in the Age of Revolution, 1650-1815 on H-Catholic (2004), www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=227551115134328
"Contract Law" and "Sacred Law," Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History (Great Barrington, Mass: Berkshire Publishing, January 2005).
With Dale Van Kley, "The French Enlightenment: Practical Reformers, Naïve Utopians, or Dangerous Libertines" in Exploring the European Past: Texts and Images, ed. Timothy E. Gregory (Stamford, Conn.: Thomson Learning, 2002).
PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
"Sacred Heart and Sociability; The Clerical Elite of Eighteenth Century Jansenism," presented at the European Social Science and History Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, March 2006.
"The Miraculous Cure of Agatha Stoudhandel: Dutch Jansenism and the Origins of the Catholic Enlightenment," presented at the American Society for Church History Conference: Savannah, GA, March 2005.
"The 'Little Church of Utrecht' and the Formation of a Catholic Public Sphere in the Age of Enlightenment," presented at: Pietism in Two Worlds: Transmissions of Dissent in Germany and North America, 1680-1820, sponsored by the German Historical Institute, Atlanta, GA, March 2004.
"From a National Church to International Unity: The Civil Constitution of the Clergy and International Jansenism," presented at the Society for French Historical Studies Conference: Milwaukee, WI, April 2003.
"The Jesuit Unmasked: The Dissolution of the Jesuits and the Jansenist Public Sphere," presented at the Ohio Academy of History: Akron, OH, April 2003.
"Armand-Gaston Camus: Censor and Revolutionary," presented at the Northeast American Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference: Portland, ME, October 2000.