Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Volume 19: Sixth Series

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Volume 19: Sixth Series

by Ian W. Archer
     
 

ISBN-10: 0521194024

ISBN-13: 9780521194020

Pub. Date: 12/31/2009

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

The Transactions of the Royal Historical Society publish an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Volume 19 includes the following articles: Presidential Address: Britain and Globalisation since 1850: IV: The Creation of the Washington Consensus by

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The Transactions of the Royal Historical Society publish an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Volume 19 includes the following articles: Presidential Address: Britain and Globalisation since 1850: IV: The Creation of the Washington Consensus by Martin Daunton, Representation c.800: Arab, Byzantine, Carolingian by Leslie Brubaker, Humanism and Reform in Pre-Reformation English Monasteries by James G. Clark, Lord Burghley and il Cortegiano: Civil and Martial Models of Courtliness in Elizabethan England (The Alexander Prize Lecture) by Mary Partridge, Communicating Empire: The Habsburgs and their Critics, 1700–1919 (The Prothero Lecture) by Robert Evans, The Slave Trade, Abolition and Public Memory by James Walvin, Cultures of Exchange: Atlantic Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade by David Richardson, and Slaves Out of Context: Domestic Slavery and the Anglo-Indian Family, c.1780–1830 by Margot Finn.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521194020
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
12/31/2009
Series:
Royal Historical Society Transactions Series, #19
Pages:
254
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

1. Presidential address: Britain and globalisation since 1850: IV: the creation of the Washington Consensus Martin Daunton; 2. Representation c.800: Arab, Byzantine, Carolingian Leslie Brubaker; 3. Humanism and reform in pre-Reformation English monasteries James G. Clark; 4. Lord Burghley and il Cortegiano: civil and martial models of courtliness in Elizabethan England (the Alexander Prize lecture) Mary Partridge; 5. Communicating empire: the Habsburgs and their critics, 1700–1919 (the Prothero lecture) Robert Evans; 6. The slave trade, abolition and public memory James Walvin; 7. Cultures of exchange: Atlantic Africa in the era of the slave trade David Richardson; 8. Slaves out of context: domestic slavery and the Anglo-Indian family, c.1780–1830 Margot Finn; Report of council for 2008–2009.

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