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English Atlantics Revisited: Essays Honouring Ian K. Steele
     

English Atlantics Revisited: Essays Honouring Ian K. Steele

by Nancy Rhoden
 
Ian K. Steele's pioneering work in imperial and early North American history was a pivotal contribution to the establishment of Atlantic history as a field. His study of a unified English - and later British - Atlantic challenged American exceptionalism and encouraged the current wave of interest in Atlantic studies.

Inspired by the major themes in Steele's

Overview

Ian K. Steele's pioneering work in imperial and early North American history was a pivotal contribution to the establishment of Atlantic history as a field. His study of a unified English - and later British - Atlantic challenged American exceptionalism and encouraged the current wave of interest in Atlantic studies.

Inspired by the major themes in Steele's scholarship, the original essays in English Atlantics Revisited examine British Atlantic contexts and political economy, as well as maritime, military, Amerindian, and social history. The contributors offer challenging new findings and perspectives as they revisit the English Atlantics: chapters on specific personalities, regions, and topics reveal the extent of transatlantic, cross-cultural, and trans-national interactions. English Atlantics Revisited help assess the current state of Atlantic history.

Contributors include Daniel A. Baugh (Cornell), Alexander V. Campbell (independent scholar), Michael Dove (Western Ontario), Randy Dunn (Western Ontario), Michelle A. Hamilton (Guelph), Richard R. Johnson (Washington), Margaret M.R. Kellow (Western Ontario), Neil Kennedy (Brock), Kenneth A. Lockridge (Montana), Stacy L. Lorenz (Alberta), Sara Morrison (Western Ontario), Barbara C. Murison (Western Ontario), John M. Murrin, (Princeton), David J. Norton (Western Ontario), Jon W. Parmenter (Cornell), Nancy L. Rhoden (Western Ontario), and John Shy (Michigan).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780773560406
Publisher:
McGill-Queens University Press
Publication date:
08/09/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author


Nancy L. Rhoden is associate professor, history, University of Western Ontario, and author of Revolutionary Anglicanism: The Colonial Church of England Clergy during the American Revolution.

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