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Honor and Shame in Western History

Honor and Shame in Western History

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Edited By Jörg Wettlaufer, David Nash, Jan Frode Hatlen
March 23, 2023

This book covers a wide range of topics related to honor and shame in European historical societies: history of law and literature, social- and ancient history as well as theoretical contributions on the state of research and the importance of honor and shame in traditional societies.   Honor and ...

Academia and Trade The Numismatic World in the Long Nineteenth Century, Volume 1

Academia and Trade: The Numismatic World in the Long Nineteenth Century, Volume 1

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Edited By Stefan Krmnicek, Hadrien Rambach
March 10, 2023

This first part of a 2 volume collection compromises a collection of essays in English by leading scholars on 19th century academia and trade presenting the latest developments in international scholarship on the numismatic world in the long 19th century. In the 19th century, developments in the ...

Institutions and Individuals The Numismatic World in the Long Nineteenth Century, Volume 2

Institutions and Individuals: The Numismatic World in the Long Nineteenth Century, Volume 2

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Edited By Stefan Krmnicek, Hadrien Rambach
March 10, 2023

This second part of the 2 volume collection compromises a collection of essays in English by leading scholars on 19th century academia and trade presenting the latest developments in international scholarship on the numismatic world in the long 19th century. In the 19th century, developments in ...

Staging Slavery Performances of Colonial Slavery and Race from International Perspectives, 1770-1850

Staging Slavery: Performances of Colonial Slavery and Race from International Perspectives, 1770-1850

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Edited By Sarah J. Adams, Jenna M. Gibbs, Wendy Sutherland
March 10, 2023

This international analysis of theatrical case studies illustrates the ways that theater was an arena both of protest and, simultaneously, racist and imperialist exploitations of the colonized and enslaved body. By bringing together performances and discussions of theater culture from various ...

Cultural Representations of Piracy in England, Spain, and the Caribbean Travelers, Traders, and Traitors, 1570 to 1604

Cultural Representations of Piracy in England, Spain, and the Caribbean: Travelers, Traders, and Traitors, 1570 to 1604

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By Mariana-Cecilia Velázquez
March 07, 2023

This book examines the concept of piracy as an instrument for the advancement of legal, economic, and political agendas associated with early modern imperial conflicts in the Caribbean. Drawing on historical accounts, literary texts, legal treatises, and maps, the book traces the visual and ...

Sport and the Pursuit of War and Peace from the Nineteenth Century to the Present War Minus the Shooting?

Sport and the Pursuit of War and Peace from the Nineteenth Century to the Present: War Minus the Shooting?

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Edited By Martin Hurcombe, Philip Dine
March 03, 2023

This volume of wide-ranging essays by sport historians and sociologists examines the complex relations of war, peace and sport through a series of case studies from South and North America, Europe, North Africa, Asia and New Zealand. From formal military training in the late nineteenth century to ...

Landscape and Identity in the Modern Basque Country, 1800 to 1936

Landscape and Identity in the Modern Basque Country, 1800 to 1936

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By Maitane Ostolaza
December 30, 2022

Landscape and Identity in the Modern Basque Country, 1800 to 1936 studies the relationship between landscape and modern identities in the Basque Country. Using an interdisciplinary approach that combines cultural history and geography, it analyses the process of historical construction of the ...

The Built Environment through the Prism of the Colonial Periodical Press

The Built Environment through the Prism of the Colonial Periodical Press

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Edited By Alice Santiago Faria, Anne Shelley, Sandra Ataíde Lobo
December 30, 2022

The Built Environment through the Prism of the Colonial Periodical Press is a venture of the International Group for Studies of Colonial Periodical Press of the Portuguese Empire (IGSCP-PE), who are also interested in comparative studies and conceptual discussions. Through a focus on the ...

Urban Popular Culture and Entertainment Experiences from Northern, East-Central, and Southern Europe, 1870s–1930s

Urban Popular Culture and Entertainment: Experiences from Northern, East-Central, and Southern Europe, 1870s–1930s

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Edited By Antje Dietze, Alexander Vari
December 09, 2022

This book is part of an ongoing transnational turn in cultural history. Studies on the history of urban popular culture and the entertainment industries increasingly engage with the European or global circulation of genres, actors, and shows, especially during the period of massive growth and ...

Memory, Mobility, and Material Culture

Memory, Mobility, and Material Culture

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Edited By Chiara Giuliani, Kate Hodgson
November 18, 2022

With a focus on the object and where it is situated, in time (memory) and space (mobility), Memory, Mobility, and Material Culture embodies a multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approach. The chapters track the movement of the objects and their owner(s), within and between continents, ...

The History of Experience A Study in Experiential Turns and Cultural Dynamics from the Paleolithic to the Present Day

The History of Experience: A Study in Experiential Turns and Cultural Dynamics from the Paleolithic to the Present Day

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By Wolfgang Leidhold
October 14, 2022

In a wide arc from the Paleolithic to the present day, this book explores the changing structure of human experience and its impact on the dynamics of cultures, civilizations, and political ideas. The main thesis is a paradigm shift: the structure of human experience is not a universal constant but...

Creating and Opposing Empire The Role of the Colonial Periodical Press

Creating and Opposing Empire: The Role of the Colonial Periodical Press

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Edited By Adelaide Vieira Machado, Isadora de Ataíde Fonseca, Sandra Ataíde Lobo, Robert Newman
September 23, 2022

Focusing on the Portuguese Empire, this book examines colonial press issued in "metropolitan" spaces and in colonies, disclosing dissonant narratives and problematizations of colonial empires. Creating and Opposing Empire is a venture of the International Group for Studies of Colonial Periodical ...

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