Social & Cultural History Products

  • The Reform Acts

    The Struggle for Democracy

    Edited by Sarah Richardson

    The Reform Acts: The Struggle for Democracy, traces the progression of parliamentary and electoral reform during a transformational period of British history between 1760 and 1918. The four-volume collection considers early calls for electoral reform and the motivations behind these as well as the…

    Hardback – 2019-02-15 
    Routledge

  • The Uses of Justice in Global Perspective, 1600–1900

    Edited by Griet Vermeesch, Manon Van Der Heijden, Jaco Zuijderduijn

    The Uses of Justice in Global Perspective, 1600–1900 presents a new perspective on the uses of justice between 1600 and 1900 and confronts prevailing Eurocentric historiography in its examination of how people of this period made use of the law. Between 1600 and 1900 the towns in Western Europe,…

    Paperback – 2019-02-15 
    Routledge

  • A Sourcebook of Early Modern European History

    Life, Death, and Everything in Between

    Edited by Ute Lotz-Heumann

    A Sourcebook of Early Modern European History not only provides instructors with primary sources of a manageable length and translated into English, it also offers students a concise explanation of their context and meaning. By covering different areas of early modern life through the lens of…

    Paperback – 2019-02-14 
    Routledge

  • Plague in the Early Modern World

    A Documentary History

    Edited by Dean Phillip Bell

    Plague in the Early Modern World presents a broad range of primary source materials from Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, China, India, and North America that explore the nature and impact of plague and disease in the early modern world. During the Early Modern Period frequent and recurring…

    Paperback – 2019-02-07 
    Routledge

  • One Hundred Years of Pandemic Influenza

    Edited by Michael Bresalier

    A century ago, the greatest pandemic since the Black Death engulfed the world. From spring 1918, a deadly form of influenza rapidly developed and struck hundreds of millions of people. By spring 1919, it had left 50 million dead. This book charts the enduring legacies of that cataclysmic year and…

    Hardback – 2019-02-05 
    Routledge
    Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

  • Capetian France 987-1328

    3rd Edition

    By Elizabeth Hallam

    Spanning France's development across four centuries, Capetian France is a definitive book. This third edition has been expanded to include more on culture and society and is now accompanied with online resources, including links to images and primary sources. In 987, when Hugh Capet took the throne…

    Paperback – 2019-02-01 
    Routledge

  • A Cultural History of Early Modern Europe

    By Charlie Steen

    Paperback – 2019-02-01 
    Routledge

  • Julia Augusta

    Images of Rome's First Empress on Coins of the Roman Empire

    By Tracene Harvey

    Hardback – 2019-02-01 
    Routledge

  • Victorian Material Culture

    Edited by Tatiana Kontou, Victoria Mills

    From chatelaines to whale blubber, ice making machines to stained glass, this six-volume collection will be of interest to the scholar, student or general reader alike - anyone who has an urge to learn more about Victorian things. The set brings together a range of primary sources on Victorian…

    Hardback – 2019-02-01 
    Routledge

  • The Human Turn in Management Thought

    By Sverre Raffnsøe

    Understanding and managing human factors has assumed a central role in today’s workplace; or perhaps, more accurately, understanding in order to manage. The basic but often puzzling and daunting task for managers is to productively handle the human factor, and an organizational life that has been ‘…

    Hardback – 2019-02-01 
    Routledge
    Routledge International Studies in Business History

  • The Renaissance of Letters

    Knowledge and Community in Italy, 1300-1650

    Edited by Suzanne Sutherland, Paula Findlen

    In this edited volume, an interdisciplinary group of scholars examines the Renaissance of letter-writing in the Italian peninsula, where humanists like Barbaro were among the first to perceive and articulate the power of letters. Most importantly, the volume is a collective reflection on the…

    Paperback – 2019-02-01 
    Routledge

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