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Ahead of the publication of John Hall, Master of Physicke by Greg Wells, from the has been telling us exactly who John Hall was and the importance of his work. Listen here:
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 16
January is 'read a book of regional fiction' in our reading challenge and we're recommending Hartly House, Calcutta by Phebe Gibbes Learn more about and join in with us here:
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Rob Boddice Jan 23
just discovered this very thorough and useful review of "The History of Emotions" , alongside books by Plamper and Rosenwein&Cristiani, by Stephanie Rocke
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 23
Hello You can order a copy of the book here: There is US ordering information, too.
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 22
Beyond observation, A history of authorship in ethnographic film by Paul Henley is NOW available Discover more Read a sample
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 22
If you're in tomorrow and interested in and , this event should be on your to-do list. Free entry. No ticket required.
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Lord Norton of Louth Jan 21
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 21
Attention all specialists and students of The Shakespearean comic and tragicomic by Richard Hillman has arrived! Discover more
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 21
This promises to be a great event. Not to be missed if you’re in on the 5th Feb. Long Peace Street 长安街 – A Walk in Modern China – and @GerdaWielanderin in conversation
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Centre for the History of People Place & Community Jan 21
Congratulations! Join us for our 'People, Place & Community' seminar on Weds 12 Feb (5.30pm) to hear & speak on 'Houses, Homes and Histories'. We can't wait!
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 21
OUT NOW Philippe Garrel The latest book in the celebrated French Film Directors Series in now available to order Read a sample
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 20
Huge congratulations to who has been awarded the HBA Book Award for Exemplary Scholarship on the Period after 1800 for her book 'Ideal Homes'
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IHR Britain at home and abroad since 1800 Jan 20
This week we've got our 1st seminar of 2020 - a discussion of ' new book, Assembling Cultures 👨🏻‍🏭👩🏽‍🏭👨🏿‍🔧👩🏻‍🔧🚗 🕔 5.15pm, Thursday 23 Jan 🏢 KCL, Bush House, South East Block, Room 2.01
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 20
Replying to @hettieveronica
Congratulations on the move. Hope you will continue writing...'Secrets of the shore' is one of my favourite articles of 2019.
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 20
Final week of the Manchester University Press New Year Sale - 80% OFF selected books.
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SEAA1718 Jan 18
Our annual conference was a good opportunity to take stock of 4 years of wonderful collaboration with for the 17th and 18th C Studies collection It's alive and well! The collection is open to new submissions.
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 17
Calling , great event taking place at on the 29th January. Brian Hanley in conversation with discussing the impact of the Troubles on everyday life in the Republic of Ireland. More information here:
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Manchester Uni Press Jan 17
A Friday treat for you all, our Spring/ Summer catalogue is now available to view online! Do let us know which books you're looking forward to
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Art History UoM Jan 17
When in Rome - hear our own Edward Wouk speaking about Malvasia's Fensina pittirce on the occasion of a new edition of his life of Marcantonio Raimondi
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Aeon Jan 15
Can history help tell us what happiness is? It certainly shows that it is not one simple, self-evident thing
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