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  1. Catherine Christine Eléonore Boyer (3 July 1771 – 14 May 1800) was a member of the Bonaparte family as the first wife of Lucien Bonaparte, a younger brother of Napoleon. Life [ edit ] Born in Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume , France, Boyer was the daughter of Pierre André Boyer and Rosalie Fabre.

    • Santi Apostoli Giovanni e Andrea, Canino
    • Bonaparte (by marriage)
  2. M. Christine Boyer, who joined the faculty in 1991, is an urban historian whose interests include the history of the city, city planning, preservation planning, and computer science.

  3. Cristina Boyer. Retrato de Cristina Boyer c. 1800, por Antoine-Jean Gros. Maria Ana Cristina Boyer ( Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, 3 de julho de 1771 – Paris, 14 de maio de 1800) era uma membro da família Bonaparte, sendo a primeira esposa de Luciano Bonaparte, irmão mais novo de Napoleão Bonaparte .

  4. 4 de ago. de 2023 · Christina Boyer is the central figure in Hulu's true crime doc, 'Demons & Saviors.' She was charged with her daughter Amber's death. Here's where she is now.

  5. 2 de ago. de 2023 · As a teenager in the mid-1980s, Christina Boyer became a media sensation after she and her family claimed she possessed the ability to move objects with her mind. She returned to the headlines in 1992 when she was charged with the murder of her 3-year-old daughter, Amber.

    • Allie Weintraub
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  6. mitpress.mit.edu › author › m-christine-boyer-5062M. Christine Boyer - MIT Press

    M. Christine Boyer M. Christine Boyer is William R. Kenan Jr. Professor in the School of Architecture at Princeton University and the author of Dreaming the Rational City, The City of Collective Memory (both published by the MIT Press), Le Corbusier: Homme de Lettres, and other books.