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Allan A. Tulchin is a historian of early modern France, with particular interests in religion, toleration, violence, social history, and gender and sexuality. He completed his undergraduate education at Yale and Cambridge, and his doctorate at the University of Chicago. He is the author of That Men Would Praise the Lord: The Triumph of Protestantism in Nîmes, 1530-1570 (Oxford University Press, 2010). His research has also been published in Sixteenth Century Journal, French Historical Studies, the Journal of Modern History, Past and Present, and American Historical Review. He is an Associate Professor of History at Shippensburg University. He is currently writing a book analyzing the spread of the Enlightenment in Bordeaux.