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Boydell & Brewer 7h
Chris Ewers discusses his new book, Mobility in the English Novel from Defoe to Austen, a lively exploration into the relation between the arrival of the novel and the revolution of travel in eighteenth-century Britain, and how his book came to be:
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Boydell & Brewer 13h
IN THE NEWS: Almost 240 years after it was lost in a storm, marine archaeologists have found the Danish warship Printz Friederich.
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 15
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Looking for more posts to read this Thursday? Why not check out our fellow Press bloggers today:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 15
This we with Angel David Nieves to discuss the role of African American women in the design and construction of schools in the post-Reconstruction South:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 14
What do we mean by an “eyewitness” account? Prof Marcus Bull’s major new book, Eyewitness and Crusade Narrative, examines just this. The focus is the Crusades but the ideas are relevant for all historical sources:
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EM Women's Writing Nov 14
Congrats to our colleague Lindsay Ann Reid on the publication of her new book, 'Shakespeare's Ovid and the Spectre of the Medieval' ()!
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 14
Latest in our Irish Historical Monographs series: Popular Protest and Policing in Ascendancy Ireland, by Timothy Watt (UCD). The first look at both sides of these protests, across class, faith, gender and duty:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 12
British Houses in Late Mughal Delhi brings the history of the East India Company into perspective with the micro stories of 5 men of the ruling class. Dr Shorto explains how her work was carefully constructed from many diverse sources:
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Caspar Battegay Nov 7
Buy and read! this fantastic volume on - ed by Katja Garloff and Agnes Mueller with essays by and my essay on
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 9
discusses the new tradition of Election Day pilgrimages to Susan B. Anthony's grave: For more on gender and elections, read Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Gender and Race in the 2016 US Presidential Election:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 9
This week's FEATURED PAPERBACK is a new book from the Devon and Cornwall Record Society - A Lord Lieutenant in Wartime - a study of the British Home Front of the First World War, through the eyes of Hugh Fortescue, Lord Lieutenant of Devonshire:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 9
The Baxter Treatises form an outstanding primary source for 17th century English history. Who was Richard Baxter and what exactly did his treatises cover? Find out more in our guest post with Dr. Alan Argent:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 8
Ghosts in Enlightenment Scotland, by Martha McGill. How did Scotland gain a reputation for the supernatural? In a mix of gothic and romantic literature, castles and ruins, folk culture and the fight against Enlightenment atheism:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 7
Thank you for this review of Threads of Global Desire, the first in the Pasold Studies in Textile, Dress and Fashion History series. A beautifully illustrated blend of social, cultural, economic and early modern history:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 7
New from RHS: Queenship at the Renaissance Courts of Britain: Catherine of Aragon & Margaret Tudor, 1503-1533, by Michelle Beer. How did 2 young women become trusted consorts and powerful political figures in their own right?
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 6
The editors of Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Gender and Race in the 2016 US Presidential Election have an article in Nursing Clio: For more in this vein, read the book, too!
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 6
Congratulations to David Atkinson, whose book ‘The Ballad and its Pasts’ has been shortlisted for the Folklore society’s Katharine Briggs Award! Winners to be announced tomorrow! Our fingers are crossed but good luck to all shortlisted!
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 6
CALL FOR PAPERS: Britain's Soldiers What was it like to be a soldier in Britain’s army in the redcoat era? Our new series aims to explore a variety of questions about soldiering during 1660 – 1914. For more information & how to submit:
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Boydell & Brewer Nov 5
Midterms on your mind? "I hope that after reading this book, readers will have a better understanding of how we got to this political moment, and how to make sense of it," says one of the editors of Nasty Women and Bad Hombres here:
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