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The Decline of Jute: Managing Industrial Change

by Jim Tomlinson, Carlo Morelli & Valerie Wright

By looking at the decline of the jute industry, this study assesses the successes and failures of Britain's managed economy. It also addresses broader arguments about the political economy of twentieth-century...

Medicine in the Remote and Rural North, 1800-2000

by J T H Connor & Stephan Curtis

This volume of thirteen essays focuses on the health and treatment of the peoples of northern Europe and North America over the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Hume and the Enlightenment

by Craig Taylor & Stephen Buckle

While Hume remains one of the most central figures in modern philosophy his place within Enlightenment thinking is much less clearly defined. Taking recent work on Hume as a starting point, this volume of original...

.45-Caliber Deathtrap

by Peter Brandvold

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

The Life of Madame Necker: Sin, Redemption and the Parisian Salon

by Sonja Boon

Madame Necker occupies a unique position in French social and cultural history. This study breaks new ground by examining the profoundly corporeal nature of Madame Necker's life - her debilitating, decades-long...

Ebenezer Hazard, Jeremy Belknap and the American Revolution

by Russell M Lawson

Ebenezer Hazard - a classicist and natural scientist - became postmaster general in 1782. A prolific letter-writer, his favourite correspondent was Jeremy Belknap, a clergyman and historian. Their letters to...

The Spirit of the Union: Popular Politics in Scotland

by Gordon Pentland

Pentland's study has 3 aims: to place the uprising in a wider context by exploring the modes of extra-parliamentary politics between 1815 and1820 as well as the situation outside Scotland; (ii) to provide the...

Communicating Physics: The Production, Circulation and Appropriation of Ganot's Textbooks in France and England, 1851-1887

by Josep Simon

The textbooks written by Adolphe Ganot played a major role in shaping the way physics was taught in schools. Simon's Franco-British case study looks at the role of two of Ganot's books. The study is novel for...

Ellen Terry, Spheres of Influence

by Katharine Cockin

In this essay collection, established experts and new researchers, reassess the performances and cultural significance of Ellen Terry, her daughter Edith Craig (1869-1947) and her son Edward Gordon Craig (1872-1966),...

The British Arboretum: Trees, Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century

by Paul A Elliott, Charles Watkins & Stephen Daniels

This study explores the science and culture of nineteenth-century British arboretums. These were fostered by a variety of factors: global trade and exploration, popularity of collecting, significance to the...

The Development of the Art Market in England: Money as Muse, 1730-1900

by Thomas M Bayer & John R Page

This book gives a comprehensive account of the history and underlying economics of the modern art market in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain.

A Political Biography of William King

by Christopher Fauske

William King (1650-1729) was perhaps the dominant Irish intellect of the period from 1688 until his death in 1729. An Anglican (Church of Ireland) by conversion, King was a strident critic of John Toland and...

The Private History of the Court of England: by Sarah Green

by Fiona Price

Whilst an important and under-researched example of women's writing, scholars of Romanticism and the nineteenth century will also find much value in this challenging political satire.

The Modern American Wine Industry: Market Formation and Growth in North Carolina

by Ian M Taplin

This study is both a history of the American wine industry and an examination of its current structure and performance. In analysing market formation, Taplin focuses on a complex network of winery owners, winemakers...

The Communist Manifesto

by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels

The perfect books for the true book lover, Penguin's Great Ideas series features twelve more groundbreaking works by some of history's most prodigious thinkers. Each volume is beautifully packaged with a unique...

The Science of History in Victorian Britain: Making the Past Speak

by Ian Hesketh

Hesketh challenges accepted notions of a single scientific approach to history. Instead, he draws on a variety of sources - monographs, lectures, correspondence - from eminent Victorian historians to uncover...

Old Age and Disease in Early Modern Medicine

by Daniel Schaefer

This book takes a thematic look at the historical roots of the debate surrounding old age and disease.

Daniel O'Connell and the Anti-Slavery Movement: 'The Saddest People the Sun Sees'

by Christine Kinealy

Previous histories on O'Connell have dealt predominantly with his attempts to secure a repeal of the 1800 Act of Union and on his success in achieving Catholic Emancipation in 1829, Kinealy focuses instead on...

Locating Health: Historical and Anthropological Investigations of Place and Health

by Erika Dyck & Christopher Fletcher

The essays in this collection focus on the dynamic relationship between health and place. Historical and anthropological perspectives are presented - each discipline having a long tradition of engaging with...

Middle-Class Writing in Late Medieval London

by Malcolm Richardson

Richardson explores how a powerful culture of writing was created in late medieval London, even though initially few inhabitants could actually write themselves. Whilst previous studies have tended to focus...