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2014
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Highlights for the coming year...
Travel and Tourism in Britain,
17001914
A primary resource collection that brings together
texts on the various forms of transport used by
tourists, the destinations they visited, the role of
entertainments and accommodation and how these
affected the way that tourism evolved over two
centuries. See p.18
The Making of the Modern Police,
17801914
Over six volumes this edited collection of pamphlets,
government publications, printed ephemera and
manuscript sources looks at the development of the
frst modern police force. See pp.11 and 19
The Women Aesthetes:
British Writers, 18701900
This edition presents works across a variety of genres,
highlighting the contribution of female authors. It
includes works by Edith Nesbit, Ouida, Lucas Malet,
Netta Syrett and Vernon Lee. See p.6
Error and Uncertainty in
Scientifc Practice
Assessment of error and uncertainty is a vital
component of both natural and social science. This
is the frst book in our bold new series History and
Philosophy of Technoscience and presents case
studies of research practices across a wide spectrum of
scientifc felds. See p.8
Keyness Economic Consequences of
the Peace: A Reappraisal
This collection of essays assesses the importance of
Keyness most popular work, both in historical terms
and in its relevance for the challenges of today. See p.10
British Socialist Fiction, 18841914
Socialism in late Victorian and Edwardian Britain was
a highly literate movement. This edition includes texts
by William Morris and Maxim Grky will shed fresh
light on their views and attitudes. See p.5
Monetary Reform and the Bellagio
Group: Selected Letters and Papers of Fritz
Machlup, Robert Triffn and William Fellner
The private correspondence and published papers of
the Bellagio Groups founders are presented, creating
a vivid picture of the personalities, issues and debates
that surrounded attempts to identify the connecting
principles between geopolitics, currency, business and
social issues in the aftermath of the Second World
War. See p.15
The Collected Works of Ann Yearsley
This is the frst scholarly edition of this important
labouring-class poet and early Romantic fgure. See p.9
Jacobitism, Enlightenment and
Empire, 16801820
The essays in this collection examine religion, politics
and commerce in Scotland during a time of identity
crisis and turmoil. See p.14
The Age of Scientifc Naturalism:
Tyndall and His Contemporaries
These essays focus on the way Tyndall and his
correspondents developed their ideas through letters,
periodicals and scientifc journals. See p.11
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Brewing Science, Technology
and Print, 17001880
James Sumner
Sumner charts the theory and practice
of brewing in Britain and Ireland
during the eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries. From an oral culture derived
from home-based skills, brewing
industrialized rapidly and developed
an extensive trade literature, based
increasingly on the authority of
chemical experiment. Brewing as a
profession is set within its social and
technical context.
Sumners lively survey opens up
new avenues for understanding the
circulation of knowledge and the
emergence of new scientifc disciplines.
Jim Secord, University of
Cambridge
Fantastic scholarship has produced a
book that is essential reading for anyone
interested in a vital and fascinating slice
of British brewing history. Martyn
Cornell, author of Beer: The Story
of the Pint (2003)
Readership
History of Science, Print Culture
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century: 19
320pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 423 8: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/brewing
The Study of Anatomy in
Britain, 17001900
Fiona Hutton
Before the 1832 Anatomy Act the
only legal source of cadavers for
medical use was the bodies of executed
murderers. As anatomy became the
dominant medical discipline of the
nineteenth century, the need for
bodies as a teaching tool increased
exponentially. Hutton looks at
Manchester and Oxford to provide
a comparative history of anatomical
study. Using the Anatomy Act as a
focal point, she examines how these
two cities dealt with the need for
bodies over two centuries.
Readership
History of Medicine, Social and Legal
History
The Body, Gender and Culture: 13
224pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 421 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/anatomization
Child Guidance in Britain,
19181955: The Dangerous Age of
Childhood
John Stewart
Stewart presents a history of child
guidance literature in Britain from
its origins in the years after the First
World War until the consolidation of
the welfare state. This is the frst study
of child guidance in this important
period and makes a signifcant
contribution to the historiography.
provides a signifcant contribution
to debates about the mind of the
child in the early twentieth century.
Mary Clare Martin, University of
Greenwich
makes a signifcant contribution to the
history of the modern welfare state and
the history of childhood Linda Bryder,
The University of Auckland
Readership
History of Medicine, Social History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine: 12
256pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 429 0: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/guidance
Modern German Midwifery,
18851960
Lynne Fallwell
Between the late eighteenth and
the early twentieth century, the
industrialized world experienced a
transition in birth practices from the
holistic wise woman midwife to the
male medical specialist. While in many
countries this gendered struggle led
to a separation of midwifery from the
rest of modern medicine, in Germany
midwives took an active role in the
transition from traditional practice to
modern institutionalized healthcare.
Fallwell explores this transition and
sets it in its wider socio-historical
context, including the role of print
culture and the changes that occurred
before, during and after the Nazi
regime.
Readership
History of Medicine, Gender Studies
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine: 13
288pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 428 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/germanmidwifery
Western Maternity and
Medicine, 18801990
Editors: Janet Greenlees and
Linda Bryder
This collection looks into the
experiences of women in the Western
world going through pregnancy and
birth over the last hundred years.
Essays explore the impact of the
professionalization of the medical
services, the factors that infuenced
womens decisions over their choice of
health care and whether childbirth was
seen as a natural or a medical event.
will be of immense value to scholars
working in the history of medicine,
social policy and gender studies Hilary
Marland, University of Warwick
Contributors
Salim Al-Gailani, Angela Davis, Gayle
Davis, Lindsey Earner-Byrne, Madonna
Grehan, Allison L Hepler and Alison Nuttall
Readership
History of Medicine, Gender Studies
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine: 14
240pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 434 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/maternity
Interpreting Sexual Violence,
16601800
Editor: Anne Greenfeld
Depictions of rape appeared regularly
in novels, plays, poems and the
visual arts across the long eighteenth
century, and were used in a variety
of ways. Contributors examine the
underlying ideologies that spawned
these representations, confronting the
social, political, legal and aesthetic
conditions of the day.
Contributors
Jennifer L Airey, Katie Barclay, Mary R
Block, Ann Marie Byrd, Melanie Cooper-
Dobbin, Julie Gammon, Aparna Gollapudi,
Misty Krueger, Dawn A Nawrot, Lena
Olsson, Loring Pfeiffer, Robin Runia and
Nichol Weizenbeck
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Social History,
Theatre Studies, Literature
The Body, Gender and Culture: 14
240pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 439 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/sexualviolence
Autumn 2013
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Representing Humanity in
the Age of Enlightenment
Editors: Alexander Cook,
Ned Curthoys and Shino Konishi
The Enlightenment era saw European
thinkers increasingly concerned with
what it meant to be human. This
collection of essays traces the concept
of humanity through revolutionary
politics, feminist biography,
portraiture, explorer narratives,
libertine and Orientalist fction,
the philosophy of conversation and
musicology.
Contributors
Vanessa Agnew, Peter Cryle, John Docker,
Kate Fullagar, Jonathan Lamb, Henry
Martyn Lloyd, Jon Mee, Mary Spongberg,
Nicole Starbuck and Hsu-Ming Teo
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Literature and
Culture, Anthropology
The Enlightenment World: 28
256pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 373 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/humanity
Ascetic Modernism in the
Work of T S Eliot and
Gustave Flaubert
Henry Michael Gott
Whilst T S Eliots status as a canonical
modernist poet is secure, his legacy
remains the subject of much critical
debate. Gott examines Eliots The
Waste Land (1922) in conjunction
with Gustave Flauberts La Tentation
de Saint Antoine (1874). He provides
a highly original reading of both texts
and argues that a stylistic affnity
exists between the two works, which
derives from the authors shared
fascination for the ascetic saint.
Gott argues persuasively for a kinship
of sensibility between Gustave Flaubert
and T S Eliot ... the result is a book that
is fascinating and original. Michael
ONeill, Durham University
Readership
Modernism, Poetry, Comparative
Literature
256pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 437 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/ascetic
Bonded Labour and Debt in
the Indian Ocean World
Editors: Gwyn Campbell and
Alessandro Stanziani
In the area running from east Africa
to China slavery has always played
a signifcant role. Even today there
are up to twenty-seven million
people enslaved in some form of
bonded labour. This volume of essays
contains case studies of debt bondage
covering the impact of an expanding
globalized economy, increased
commercialization, colonial and
post-colonial societies, and emerging
economies.
Contributors
Edward A Alpers, William G Clarence-
Smith, Isabelle Gurin, Matthew S Hopper,
Bok-Rae Kim, Susan Newton-King, Yoko
Matsui, Ei Murakami, Michael Salman and
James Frances Warren
Readership
Economic and Financial History,
Slavery
Financial History: 23
256pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 378 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/bonded
The Making of Modern
Anthrax, 18751920:
Uniting Local, National and Global
Histories of Disease
James F Stark
From the mid nineteenth century
onwards a number of previously
unknown conditions were recorded in
both animals and humans. Known by a
variety of names, and found in diverse
locations, by the end of the century
these diseases were united under the
banner of anthrax. Stark offers a fresh
perspective on the history of infectious
disease. He examines Anthrax in
terms of local, national and global
signifcance, and constructs a narrative
that spans public, professional and
geographic domains.
Readership
History of Medicine, Nineteenth-
Century Studies
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century: 21
272pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 446 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/anthrax
The Medical Trade Catalogue
in Britain, 18701914
Claire L Jones
By the late nineteenth century,
advances in medical knowledge,
technology and pharmaceuticals
led to the development of a thriving
commercial industry. The medical
trade catalogue became one of the
most important means of promoting
the latest tools and techniques to
practitioners. Jones examines the
use of the catalogue in connecting
the previously separate worlds of
medicine and commerce and discusses
its importance to the study of print
history more widely.
vastly expands our understanding
of the modern medical profession ...
Any historian with an interest in how
money makes the world go round should
read this. Christopher Lawrence,
University College London
Readership
History of Medicine, History of the
Book
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century: 22
c.272pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 443 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/medicat
Uncommon Contexts:
Encounters between Science and
Literature, 18001914
Editors: Ben Marsden, Hazel
Hutchison and Ralph OConnor
Britain in the long nineteenth century
developed an increasing interest in
science of all kinds. The essays in
this collection uncover the symbiotic
relationship between literature and
science. Specifc case studies include
the engineering language used by
Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the role
of physiology in the development of
the sensation novel and how mass
communication made people lonely.
Contributors
Alice Jenkins, Melanie Keene, Anne Secord,
Crosbie Smith and Paul White
Readership
History of Science, Literature,
Romanticism, Nineteenth-Century
Studies
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century: 23
256pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 362 0: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/uncommon
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Human Heredity in the
Twentieth Century
Editors: Bernd Gausemeier,
Staffan Mller-Wille and
Edmund Ramsden
The essays in this collection examine
how human heredity was understood
between the end of the First World
War and the early 1970s. The
contributors explore the interaction
of science, medicine and society in
determining how heredity was viewed
across the world during the politically
turbulent years of the twentieth
century.
Contributors
Jenny Bangham, Ana Barahona, Francesco
Cassata, Nathaniel Comfort, Anne
Cottebrune, Soraya de Chadarevian, Judith
E Friedman, Pascal Germann, Susan Lindee,
Veronika Lipphardt, Diane Paul, Stephen
Pemberton, Mara Jess Santesmases,
Edna Surez, Alexander von Schwerin, Paul
Weindling and Philip Wilson
Readership
History of Science and Medicine,
Social History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine: 15
c.256pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 426 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/heredity
Bacteria in Britain,
18801939
Rosemary Wall
Focusing on the years between the
identifcation of bacteria and the
production of antibiotic drugs, Wall
presents a study into how medical
bacteriology was integrated within
both clinical practice and public
knowledge. Using a series of case
studies, she demonstrates how
physicians began to use bacteriology
as a diagnostic tool and how the
public and lawyers argued about
responsibility for bacterial diseases
in workplaces and local communities.
Wall examines particular outbreaks
of anthrax and typhoid in detail,
addressing issues of local politics and
public health.
Readership
History of Science and Medicine,
Social History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 427 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/bacteria
Biologics, A History of Agents
Made From Living Organisms
in the Twentieth Century
Editors: Alexander von Schwerin,
Heiko Stoff and Bettina Wahrig
The use of biologics drugs made
from living organisms has raised
specifc scientifc, industrial, medical
and legal issues. Examining the history
of biologics necessitates the study of
the pharmaceutical industry from a
commercial and scientifc perspective.
The essays each deal with a case study
of a biologic substance, or group
of biologics, and its use during the
twentieth century.
Contributors
Klaus Angerer, Beat Bchi, Sven Bergmann,
Sophie Chauveau, Jean-Paul Gaudillire,
Christoph Gradmann, Lea Haller, Pim
Huijnen, Jonathan Simon and Ulrike Thoms
Readership
History of Science and Medicine
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine: 16
288pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 430 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/biologics
Women, Agency and the Law,
13001700
Editors: Fiona Williamson and
Bronach Kane
The interaction of women with the
legal system of England and Wales
is a neglected topic. Based on close
readings of both public and private
documents this collection of essays
presents the largely untold story of
non-elite women and their dealings
with the law.
Contributors
Cordelia Beattie, Bernard Capp, Amanda
Flather, Jeremy Goldberg, Rosemary
Horrox, Janka Rodziewicz, Nicola Whyte
and Deborah Youngs
Readership
Womens Studies, Social and Legal
History, Medieval and Early Modern
History
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: October 2013
HB 978 1 84893 384 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/womenandlaw
British Socialist Fiction,
18841914
Editor: Deborah Mutch
Socialism in late Victorian and
Edwardian Britain was a highly literate
movement. Every socialist group
produced some form of written text
a periodical, pamphlets or books
through which their particular brand
of politics was promoted. Periodicals
included serials and short fction
written by and for socialists. This
fction often carries a clear political
message illustrating the concerns
of the movement and those of the
individual authors.
Many of the authors included in this
collection were key fgures within
Socialism and these texts will shed
fresh light on their views and attitudes.
Includes works by William Morris,
Maxim Grky, Robert Blatchford and
Teddy Ashton [Charles Allen Clarke].
Readership
Literature, British Political History
5 Volume Set
2080pp: 234x156: October 2013
978 1 84893 357 6: 450/$795
www.pickeringchatto.com/socfction
The Lesbian Muse and Poetic
Identity, 18891930
Sarah Parker
Throughout history the poetic muse
has tended to be (a passive) female
and the poet male. This dynamic
caused problems for late Victorian
and twentieth-century women poets;
how could the muse be reclaimed?
Parker looks at fn-de-sicle and
modernist lyric poets to investigate
how they overcame these challenges
and identifes three key strategies:
the reconfguring of the muse as a
contemporary instead of a historical/
mythological fgure; the muse as a
male fgure; and an interchangeable
poet/muse relationship, granting
agency to both.
Readership
Literature, Womens Writing, Gender
Studies
Gender and Genre
240pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 84893 386 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/lesbian
Autumn 2013
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The Women Aesthetes:
British Writers, 18701900
General Editor: Jane Spirit
The aesthetic movement dominated
the closing decades of the nineteenth
century. It was signifcant for the key
role women played in it. A reaction
to the commercial growth and
industrialization of the nineteenth
century, the movement favoured
beauty over utility.
This is an edited collection of fction,
poetry, plays and essays which is
representative of women writers
involved in the aesthetic movement.
The collection includes works by Edith
Nesbit, Vernon Lee and Ouida. Each
volume covers a particular decade. The
third volume focuses on writers whose
work appeared in The Yellow Book,
that benchmark of aestheticism. Each
writer is introduced and their critical
reception assessed, whilst wider
comparison with nineteenth-century
literary development is also explored.
Readership
Literature, Womens Writing
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: October 2013
978 1 84893 227 2: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/aesthetes
Womens University Fiction,
18801945
Anna Bogen
The rise of the middle classes brought
a sharp increase in the number of
young men and women able to attend
university. Developing in the wake
of this increase, the university novel
often centred on male undergraduates
at either Oxford or Cambridge. Bogen
argues that an analysis of the lesser
known female narratives can provide
new insights into education, religion,
politics, literary culture and sexuality.
Works by Virginia Woolf, Rosamond
Lehman and Vera Brittain are used as
case studies and are set in their literary
and historical context.
Readership
Literature, History of the Book,
Gender Studies
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 84893 408 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/university
Sex, Identity and
Hermaphrodites in Iberia,
15001800
Richard Cleminson and Francisco
Vzquez Garca
Early modern European thought held
that men and women were essentially
the same, with social forces creating
their differences. Such a view made
the existence of hermaphrodites easy
to accept. During the seventeenth
century, medical and legal arguments
began to turn against this one sex
model, with hermaphroditism seen
as a medieval superstition. This
book traces this change in Iberia in
comparison to the earlier shift in
thought in northern Europe, and with
concurrent ideas in Latin America.
Readership
Gender Studies, History of Science and
Medicine, Philosophy
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 84893 302 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/hermaphrodites
Ireland in the Age of
Revolution, 17601805,
Part II
Editor: Harry T Dickinson
The latter half of the eighteenth-
century saw Irish opposition
movements being greatly infuenced by
the American and French revolutions.
The political landscape of the country
underwent dramatic changes as
both Protestant and Catholic groups
expanded their ideologies in reaction
to this foreign radicalism.
The second part of this edition
illustrates the depth and reach of this
infuence through rare pamphlets
dealing with the major political issues
of these decades. It focuses on material
prompted by the French Revolution,
including the ideology of the Society of
United Irishmen.
Readership
Irish History
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: November 2013
978 1 84893 301 9: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/ireland
Self Control: by Mary Brunton
Editor: Anthony Mandal
Self Control (1811) was a literary
sensation, it went into four editions
in its frst year of publication. The
second edition contained numerous
alterations suggested by Joanna
Baillie, to whom the book was
dedicated. Jane Austen was a fan,
reading it at least twice and worrying
that the work might foreshadow
her own creations. As well as being
entertaining, Self Control offers
its readers a thought-provoking
exploration of early nineteenth-
century attitudes towards gender and
religion.
This is the frst scholarly edition of the
novel and includes textual variants.
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Womens
Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Novels
c.450pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 84893 402 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/selfcontrol
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Romantic Biology, 18901945
Maurizio Esposito
Organismal biology is an established
scholarly discipline, yet its origins
have been obscured by Darwinian
histories of biology. Emerging
over the late nineteenth and early
twentieth centuries, organismal
biology stemmed not from the work of
Darwin and his circle, but was inspired
by Romantic natural philosophers,
embryologists, anatomists and
physiologists. Esposito presents
a historiography of organicist
and holistic thought through an
examination of the work of leading
biologists from Britain and America.
He shows how this work relates to
earlier Romantic thought and sets it
within the wider context of the history
and philosophy of the life sciences.
Readership
History of Science, Biology, Philosophy
History and Philosophy of Biology
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 84893 420 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/organismal
The Indian and Pacifc
Correspondence of Sir Joseph
Banks, 17681820, Volume 7
Editor: Neil Chambers
Following his participation in James
Cooks circumnavigation in HMS
Endeavour (176871), Joseph
Banks developed an extensive global
network of scientists and explorers.
His correspondence shows how he
developed effective working links with
the British Admiralty and with the
generation of naval offcers who sailed
after Cook.
Bankss correspondence is one of the
great primary sources for studying the
Pacifc region during this important
period of exploration and colonial
expansion. His Indian and Pacifc
correspondence has not previously
been published in a fully edited
thematic series. This critical edition of
over 2,000 letters uses material from
archives around the world.
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies, History
of Science
The Pickering Masters
c.500pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 85196 634 9: 100/$180
See Volume 8 p.16
www.pickeringchatto.com/bankscorrespondence
Memoirs of Women Writers,
Part III
Editor: Gina Luria Walker
Mary Hays was a radical feminist
whose writings brought her to the
attention of her contemporaries
William Blake, Thomas Paine, Mary
Wollstonecraft and William Godwin.
Her Female Biography is an ambitious
and acclaimed work, covering the lives
of 294 women.
Contents: Mary Hays, Female
Biography; or Memoirs of Illustrious
and Celebrated Women, of All Ages
and Countries (1803)
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Womens
Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Memoirs
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: December 2013
978 1 84893 053 7: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/womenwriters
Health and Citizenship: Political
Cultures of Health in Modern Europe
Editors: Frank Huisman and
Harry Oosterhuis
The essays in this collection look
at issues of health and citizenship
in Europe across two centuries.
Contributors examine the extent to
which the state can interfere with the
private lives of its citizens, the role of
individual responsibility and if any
boundary occurs in terms of what the
state can realistically provide.
Contributors
Rosemary Elliot, Larry Frohman, Thorsten
Halling, Anne Hardy, Klasien Horstman,
Evert Peeters, Martin Powell, Matthew
Ramsey, Ine van Hoyweghen, Jrg Vgele
and Kaat Wils
Readership
History of Medicine, Social History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2013
HB 978 1 84893 432 0: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/citizenship
Autumn 2013
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History and
Philosophy of
Biology
Series Editors: Dawn M Digrius
and Rasmus Grnfeldt
Winther
This series brings together insights
from historians and philosophers
to shed light on signifcant
developments and issues in the life
sciences. It includes all aspects of
the biological sciences as well as
philosophical studies from both the
analytic and continental traditions.
NEW SERIES
8
Winter 2013
Error and Uncertainty in
Scientifc Practice
Editors: Marcel Boumans,
Giora Hon and Arthur C Petersen
Assessment of error and uncertainty
is a vital component of both natural
and social science. Empirical research
involves dealing with all kinds of
errors and uncertainties yet there
is signifcant variance in how such
results are dealt with. Contributors
to this volume present case studies
of research practices across a wide
spectrum of scientifc felds, including
experimental physics, econometrics,
environmental science, climate
science, industrial engineering,
measurement science and statistics.
They compare methodologies and
present the ingredients needed for an
overarching framework applicable to
all.
Contributors
Yakov Ben-Haim, Bruce Beck, Alessandro
Giordani, Bart Karstens, Luca Mari,
Deborah Mayo, Leonard A Smith, Aris
Spanos and Kent W Staley
Readership
Philosophy of Science, Statistics
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2013
HB 978 1 84893 416 0: 60/$99
e 978 1 78144 042 1
www.pickeringchatto.com/uncertainty
Confict, Commerce and
Franco-Scottish Relations,
15601713
Siobhan Talbott
Using sources from Britain, France
and America, Talbott presents a
comparative view of British relations
with France over the long seventeenth
century. She argues that the
Scottish-French alliance continued
undiminished following the 1560
Treaty of Edinburgh and the British
Unions of 1603 and 1707 and goes
on to situate the Franco-Scottish
relationship within the broader British
and European economic and political
climate of the time.
Readership
Scottish History, British Political
History, Economic History
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2013
HB 978 1 84893 407 8: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/confict
The English Execution
Narrative, 12001700
Katherine Royer
Royer examines the changing ritual
of execution across fve centuries
and discovers a shift both in practice
and in the message that was sent
to the population at large. She
argues that what began as a show of
retribution and revenge became a
ceremonial portrayal of redemption
as the political, religious and cultural
landscape of England evolved.
Readership
British History, Legal History
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2013
HB 978 1 84893 398 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/englishexecution
The American Coal Industry,
17901902
Editor: Sean Patrick Adams
During the nineteenth century the
American economy was able to expand
rapidly due to the availability of cheap
and plentiful supplies of coal. This
primary resource collection covers
all aspects of this important energy
source through a selection of letters,
pamphlets, industry reports and
newspaper articles.
The collection details Americas frst
great energy revolution. It shows
how Americas vast reserves of coal
and their exploitation gave rise to the
development of key industries and
the growth of the railway, as well as
creating unprecedented opportunities
for entrepreneurism and driving
capitalism.
Readership
American History, Industrial and
Labour History, Business History
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: December 2013
978 1 84893 375 0: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/uscoal
www.pickeringchatto.com/technoscience
History and
Philosophy of
Technoscience
Series Editor: Alfred Nordmann
This series addresses historical and
philosophical issues surrounding
technoscientifc research and explores
the rich and complex interconnection
between science and technology, a
connection that has been moulded by
centuries of engagement with real-
world problems.
NEW SERIES
9
The American Savings and
Loan Industry, 18311935
Editor: David L Mason
The recent sub-prime mortgage crisis
has created a renewed interest in the
American savings and loan industry.
Modelled on British building societies,
savings and loans were cooperative
businesses from which their members
could borrow long-term mortgages.
The popularity of this method of home
fnance led to the rapid expansion of
the industry, and by the end of the
nineteenth century more than 5,000
saving and loans were in operation
around the country.
Despite this, only limited material has
been made available to researchers.
This primary resource collection flls
a signifcant gap, providing material
from a wide variety of sources
including pamphlets, journals, book
extracts, proceedings and articles from
the trade press. The four thematic
volumes show how lack of regulation
in the industry led to previous crises
but also how it became an instrument
for social reform and increased the
opportunities for women and ethnic
groups.
Readership
Economic and Financial History,
American Studies
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2013
978 1 84893 370 5: 395/$725
www.pickeringchatto.com/savings
The Letters of Sarah Scott
Editor: Nicole Pohl
Sarah Robinson Scott (17211795)
was a writer, translator and social
reformer, and younger sister of
Elizabeth Robinson Montagu, the
famous Bluestocking patron. While
Scotts legacy presents her as a
committed Anglican philanthropist,
the letters she wrote to her sister
reveal her to have been a witty, even
savage, commentator on eighteenth-
century life.
This is the frst edition of Scotts
letters to be published and presents
all extant copies. All letters are newly
transcribed and edited, and the edition
is published in collaboration with the
Huntington Library and approved by
the MLA.
Readership
Literature, Womens Writing
The Pickering Masters
2 Volume Set
c.800pp: 234x156: December 2013
978 1 84893 468 9: 195/$350
www.pickeringchatto.com/scott
Institutionalizing the Insane
in Nineteenth-Century
England
Anna Shepherd
The nineteenth century brought
an increased awareness of mental
disorder, epitomized in the Asylum
Acts of 1808 and 1845. The desire to
contain or cure the afficted led to an
unprecedented growth of asylums
across England and Wales. Shepherd
compares and contrasts two very
different institutions to provide a
nuanced account of the nineteenth-
century mental health system.
Readership
History of Medicine, Social History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2014
HB 978 1 84893 431 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/insane
The Collected Works of Ann
Yearsley
Editor: Kerri Andrews
Ann Yearsley (17531806) was
a labouring-class poet and early
Romantic fgure and is perhaps best
known for the dispute she had with
her patron, Hannah More. This is the
frst collected edition of Yearsleys
works. Previously unpublished poems
are included alongside more familiar
verses, whilst her play, Earl Goodwin,
and novel, The Royal Captives, are
made available for the frst time since
the eighteenth century. All known
copies of Yearsleys letters are also
published here for the frst time.
This new scholarly edition will aid
the further development of Yearsley
scholarship as well as being of
interest to social historians and
those concerned with pre- and early
Romantic culture. The collection
provides the frst opportunity in
more than two hundred years to read
Yearsleys varied writings in their
entirety and to re-appraise her within
a contemporary context.
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Womens
Writing
The Pickering Masters
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: January 2014
978 1 85196 638 7: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/yearsley
Winter 2013
10
Keyness Economic
Consequences of the Peace:
A Reappraisal
Editors: Jens Hlscher and
Matthias Klaes
Published just months after the
Versailles treaty was signed, The
Economic Consequences of the Peace
is a devastating critique of allied
leaders and the reparations imposed
on Germany and Austria in the
aftermath of WWI. These essays assess
the importance of Keyness book, both
historically and in its relevance for the
challenges we face today.
Contributors
Seven Ar, Michael Ambrosi, Anna
Carabelli, Mario Cedrini, Victoria Chick,
Douglas Coe, Greg Hill, Jesper Jespersen,
Larry Lepper, Eyp zveren, Horst
Tomann and Ivan Vujai
Readership
History of Economic Thought
SCEME Studies in Economic Methodology
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2014
HB 978 1 84893 455 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/keynespeace
Medicine and Colonialism:
Historical Perspectives in India
and South Africa
Editor: Poonam Bala
Focusing on India and South Africa
during the nineteenth and twentieth
century, the essays in this collection
address power and enforced
modernity as applied to medicine.
Clashes between traditional methods
of healing and the practices brought in
by colonizers are explored across both
territories.
Contributors
Jeffrey Jentzen, Steve Phatlane, Howard
Phillips, Katherine Royer, Jonathan Saha,
Arabinda Samanta, Samiparna Samanta,
Natasha Sarkar, Sally Swartz and Russel
Viljoen
Readership
Empire Studies, History of Medicine,
Cultural Anthropology
Empires in Perspective
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2014
HB 978 1 84893 465 8: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/colonialmedicine
Drink in the Eighteenth and
Nineteenth Centuries
Editors: Susanne Schmid and
Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp
The two hundred years covered in this
volume saw the emergence of urban
public places connecting drinking and
sociability. The case studies explore
drinking culture from a variety of
perspectives, including literature,
history, anthropology and the history
of medicine.
Contributors
Brian Cowan, Monika Elbert, Karen
Harvey, Gunther Hirschfelder, Norbert
Lennartz, Rolf Lessenich, Anja Mller-
Wood, Fritz-Wilhelm Neumann, Jonathan
Reinarz, Caroline Rosenthal, Elmar
Schenkel, John Carter Wood, Rebecca
Wynter and Eva-Sabine Zehelein
Readership
History, Anthropology, History of
Medicine
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2014
HB 978 1 84893 436 8: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/drink
Religious Diaspora in Early
Modern Europe: Strategies of Exile
Editors: Timothy Fehler,
Greta Kroeker, Charles Parker
and Jonathan Ray
Early Modern Europe was the scene
of near-constant streams of religious
exiles. This collection of essays looks
at the shared experience of exile
across different groups during the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Contributors argue that exile is a
useful analytical tool in the study of
a wide variety of peoples previously
examined in isolation.
Contributors
Marina Torres Arce, Emese Balint, Berta
Cano-Echevarra, Victoria Christman, Nirit
Ben-Aryeh Debby, Stephanie Nadalo, David
Parry, Ana Sez-Hidalgo, Mara Tausiet and
Vladimr Urbnek
Readership
Early Modern Europe, Religious
History
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2014
HB 978 1 84893 445 0: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/diaspora
Mercurino di Gattinara and
the Creation of the Spanish
Empire
Rebecca Ard Boone
As Grand Chancellor to the Holy
Roman Emperor, Mercurino di
Gattinara (14651530) shaped the
administration and aims of the
Spanish Empire. Ruthlessly focused
on world domination, Gattinara
used a combination of contemporary
political thought and psychology to
infuence policy over the Conquest
of Mexico, the Lutheran Revolt and
the Spanish domination of Italy. This
monograph situates Gattinara at the
heart of Renaissance politics and
propaganda. Ard Boone also provides
the frst full English translation of his
autobiography as an appendix.
Readership
Empire Studies, Early Modern Europe,
Political History, Colonial Latin
America
Empires in Perspective
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 453 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/gattinara
Spring 2014
www.pickeringchatto.com/sceme
SCEME Studies
in Economic
Methodology
Series Editor: Matthias Klaes
This series presents titles by scholars
working on methodological issues in
economics, the history of economic
thought and related outlets of inquiry.
NEW SERIES
11
Priestly Resistance to
the Early Reformation in
Germany
Jourden Travis Moger
Mogers study explores the personal
experience of those who found
themselves on the losing side of
the Reformation. Using the private
diary of Catholic priest, Wolfgang
Knigstein, Moger explores the early
years of Protestantism and its effects
on the lives of German Catholics.
Readership
Early Modern Germany, Religious
History
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 454 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/priestly
Celestial Wonders in
Reformation Germany
Ken Kurihara
Celestial phenomena were often
harnessed for use by clerics in early
modern Germany. The clergy were
the main intellectual leaders of
communities, so their emphasis on
these Wunderzeichen (wonder-signs)
would have had a signifcant effect
on the laity. Divine omens or signs of
apocalyptic warning were a useful way
to encourage obedience and respect for
clerical authority. Kurihara examines
how and why interest in these events
grew in this period, how the clergy
exploited these beliefs and the role of
sectarianism in Germany at this time.
Readership
Early Modern Germany, Religious
History, Astronomy
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 444 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/celestial
The Age of Scientifc
Naturalism: Tyndall and
His Contemporaries
Editors: Bernard Lightman and
Michael S Reidy
Physicist John Tyndall and his
contemporaries were at the forefront
of developing the cosmology of
scientifc naturalism during the
Victorian period. Contributors
focus on the way Tyndall and his
correspondents developed their
ideas through letters, periodicals
and scientifc journals and challenge
previously held assumptions about
who gained authority, and how they
attained and defended their position
within the scientifc community.
Contributors
Melinda Baldwin, Ruth Barton, Janet
Browne, Joshua Howe, Elizabeth Neswald,
Josipa Petrunic, Jeremiah Rankin,
Jonathan Smith, Robert W Smith and
Michael Taylor
Readership
History of Science, Nineteenth-
Century Studies
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 463 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/naturalism
The Making of the Modern
Police, 17801914, Part I
General Editor: Paul Lawrence
The modern professional police force
is probably one of Britains most
signifcant exports. In little over a
century, Britain went from having
a largely amateur and local law
enforcement system to the type of
police force we still recognize today.
The frst modern police force of its
kind, it has become the model which
has been adapted and copied across
the world.
Over six themed volumes this edited
collection of pamphlets, government
publications, printed ephemera and
manuscript sources looks at the
development of the frst modern police
force.
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Studies, History
of Law and Order, Criminology
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: February 2014
978 1 84893 371 2: 275/$495
See Part II p.19
www.pickeringchatto.com/police
Merchants and Proft in the
Age of Commerce, 16801830
Editors: Pierre Gervais, Yannick
Lemarchand and Dominique
Margairaz
Merchant activity across Europe,
America and China during the long
eighteenth century is explored in
this collection of essays. Using a
unique data set from accounts and
correspondence, contributors are able
to show the fragmented nature of
merchant activity and the importance
of trust-based social and cultural
networks. Case studies from the Age
of Commerce include Franco-British
attempts to recall Chinese debt in
177980, the price signals between
Spain and colonial South America,
and the risk avoidance strategies of
a family of tobacco-planters in early
national period America.
Contributors
Manuel Covo, Boris Deschanel, Robert
Duplessis, Frederic Grant, Jr, Xabier
Lamikiz, Cheryl McWatters, Laure Pineau-
Defois, Steven Sarson and Julien Villain
Readership
Economic History, Eighteenth-
Century Studies
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 482 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/proft
Spring 2014
12
Alternative Banking and
Financial Crisis
Editors: Olivier Butzbach and
Kurt von Mettenheim
The recent banking crisis has brought
into question the business model
used by most large banks. Reforms
have been announced, but in spite of
wide-ranging debate, the success of
alternative banks savings banks,
cooperative banks and development
banks has been largely overlooked.
This collection of essays explores
this paradox, using case studies from
around the world and discussion of
both the historical and theoretical
context of banking practices.
Contributors
Dilek Blbl, Alfredo Schclarek Curutchet,
Hans Groeneveld, Lakshmi Kumar, Antonio
Lopes, Reinhard Schmidt and Ulrich
Schwer
Readership
Banking and Finance
Banking, Money and International Finance
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 447 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/alternative
Continuations to Sidneys
Arcadia, 16071867
General Editor: Marea Mitchell
Sir Philip Sidneys Arcadia has
held a signifcant place in literary
imagination since its inception over
430 years ago. Arcadia has a complex
publishing history which has seem it
extracted or rewritten many times.
Sustained adaptations of the work are
less common and can be limited to
just six texts. Of these, only Weamyss
continuation of 1651 exists in a
modern scholarly edition.
This four-volume set presents the
remaining fve as well as two short
supplements that attempt to bridge
the gap between Sidneys original
and revised versions of the work. All
the texts are rare, with two versions
being particularly obscure. Publication
of these volumes allows for serious
scholarly comparison as well as re-
interpretation.
Readership
Literature, History of the Book
The Pickering Masters
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: February 2014
978 1 84893 206 7: 350/$625
www.pickeringchatto.com/arcadia
Jewish Immigrants in
London, 18801939
Susan L Tananbaum
Between 1880 and 1939, a quarter
of a million European Jews settled
in England, with many thousands
more passing through on their way
to America. Tananbaum explores the
differing ways in which the existing
Anglo-Jewish communities, local
government and education and welfare
organizations sought to socialize
these new arrivals, focusing on the
experiences of working-class women
and children. She argues that Jewish
women experienced the process
of acculturation differently from
men, and in some ways were able to
assimilate more easily.
Readership
Social History, Gender Studies, Jewish
Studies
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 442 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/immigrants
Why Race and Gender Still
Matter: An Intersectional Approach
Editors: Namita Goswami,
Maeve ODonovan and Lisa Yount
Intersectionality, the attempt to
bring theories on race, gender,
disability and sexuality together,
has existed for over a decade as a
theoretical framework. Despite this it
remains almost entirely absent from
contemporary philosophical thinking.
The essays in this volume explore how
intersectionality can be applied to
modern philosophy, as well as looking
at other disciplines.
Contributors
Tina Chanter, Marie Draz, Janine Jones,
Iveta Jusova, Melissa Kozma, Donna-Dale
Marcano, Heather Rakes, Jeanine Weekes
Schroer, Jennifer Scuro, Kristin Waters and
Yolonda Wilson
Readership
Philosophy, Post-Colonial Studies,
Gender Studies, Racial Studies
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2014
HB 978 1 84893 451 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/raceandgender
Jews and the Renaissance
of Synagogue Architecture,
14501750
Barry Stiefel
With the socio-political changes
that occurred during the course of
the early modern period, synagogue
architecture experienced a renaissance
of design a phenomenon refected
in the wider tolerance of Jews
themselves. Stiefel examines the
relationships between Jews and
gentiles, and between separate
Jewish groups, as well as looking
at the growth of urbanization and
globalization. In doing so he presents
a study of the material culture and
religious architecture that this era
produced.
Readership
Architecture, Jewish Studies, Early
Modern Europe
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2014
HB 978 1 84893 363 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/synagogue
Spring 2014
www.pickeringchatto.com/banking
Banking,
Money and
International
Finance
Developments in the world of
banking and international fnance
have profound effects on our lives.
Featuring work from some of the
worlds leading bankers, economists
and fnancial historians, this series
examines issues concerning the
banking and fnancial sectors,
including their reform and regulation.
NEW SERIES
13
Commercial Networks and
European Cities, 14001800
Editors: Andrea Caracausi and
Christof Jeggle
Merchant networks generated trade
and the exchange of goods between
the cities of early modern Europe.
Such networks were fundamental
in the spread of cultural artefacts
and practice, as well as leading to
migration between the cities. This
collection of essays applies network
analysis to commercial networks,
focusing on the roles of kinship, origin,
religion and business in creating and
maintaining urban economies.
Contributors
Francesco Ammannati, Francesco Guidi
Bruscoli, Mike Burkhardt, David Carvajal,
Benedetta Crivelli, Evelyn Korsch,
Heinrich Lang, Flvio Miranda, Stefania
Montemezzo, Angela Orlandi and Blanca
Gonzlez Talavera
Readership
Economic History, Early Modern
Europe
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2014
HB 978 1 84893 450 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/networks
The Politics of Hospital
Provision in Early Twentieth-
Century Britain
Barry M Doyle
Doyle examines the role of local and
national politics on hospitals. In the
years before the formation of the
Welfare State, access to hospital care
was limited by economic and social
factors which varied from place to
place. Ultimately, Doyle argues that
social and economic diversity created
a number of models for future health
care which rested on a combination of
voluntary and municipal provision.
Readership
History of Medicine, Social History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2014
HB 978 1 84893 433 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/provision
Gender and Space in Rural
Britain, 18401920
Editors: Gemma Goodman and
Charlotte Mathieson
The essays in this collection focus on
the ways rural life was represented
during the long nineteenth century.
Issues of national vs regional
identity, class, gender and sexuality
are discussed. Contributors bring
expertise from the felds of history,
geography and literature to present an
interdisciplinary study of the interplay
between rural space and gender during
a time of increasing industrialization
and social change.
Contributors
Roger Ebbatson, Christen Ericsson-
Penfold, Karina Jakubowicz, Eliza S K
Leong, Lynsey McCulloch, Katherine
Montgomery, Barry Sloan and Samantha
Walton
Readership
Literary Studies, Social History,
Gender Studies
Warwick Series in the Humanities
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2014
HB 978 1 84893 440 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/genderspace
The Invisible Spy:
by Eliza Haywood
Editor: Carol Stewart
Interest in the work of Eliza Haywood
has increased greatly over the last two
decades. Though much scholarship
is focused on her scandalous early
career, this critical edition of The
Invisible Spy (1755) adds to the canon
of her later, more sophisticated work.
The eponymous invisible spy is a
striking literary persona, allowing
Haywood to lead the reader around
London, witnessing and exposing
hypocrisy, corruption and the suffering
of women. The book is also important
for demonstrating her continued
antagonism towards Henry Fielding
and her engagement with the major
political issues of the time.
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Literature,
Womens Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Novels
c.400pp: 234x156: March 2014
HB 978 1 84893 441 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/spy
Caroline of Lichtfeld:
by Isabelle de Montolieu
Editor: Laura Kirkley
Thomas Holcrofts 1786 translation
of Isabelle de Montolieus novel is a
textual encounter between a rather
conventional Swiss woman and a
British radical. Caroline of Lichtfeld
(1783) is a sentimental novel which
tells the story of a young woman who
comes to realise that the young and
handsome man she has fallen for is
less worthy of her affections than her
older, less dashing husband. A prolifc
and respected translator herself,
Montolieu brought Austens Sense and
Sensibility and Persuasion to a French
speaking audience. Just as Montolieu
did in her own translations, Holcroft
reworked parts of the novel to make
it more appealing to his intended
audience.
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Literature,
Womens Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Novels
c.350pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 392 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/caroline
Images of Islam, 14531600:
Turks in Germany and Central Europe
Charlotte Colding Smith
Using evidence from contemporary
printed images, Smith examines
the attitudes of Christian Europe to
the Ottoman empire and to Islam.
Conficting feelings of fascination and
fear among individuals refect wider
societal issues within the changing
social, political and religious climate of
central Europe. Smith also considers
the relationship between text and
image, placing it in the cultural context
of the Reformation and beyond.
Readership
Islamic Studies, Early Modern Europe,
History of the Book
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 406 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/turk
Spring 2014
14
Womens Travel Writings in
North Africa and the Middle
East, Part I
Editors: Carl Thompson,
Francesca Saggini and
Lois Chaber
The three works in Part I of this
collection shed light on British
Orientalist discourses, on nation-
building rhetoric and imperial culture
in the late eighteenth and early
nineteenth centuries. They were also
instrumental in the transmission
of these ideologies to the younger
generation, who would soon be players
in the high Victorian colonial era.
Contains: Sarah Wilson, The Fruits of
Enterprise: Exhibited in the Travels
of Belzoni in Egypt and Nubia (1825);
Miss Tully, Narrative of a Ten Years
Residence at Tripoli in Africa (1816);
Barbara Hofand, The Young Pilgrim
... Travels in Egypt, Nubia, Asia
Minor, Arabia Petra &c (1826)
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Womens
Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Travel
Writings
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: April 2014
978 1 85196 139 9: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/africa
Class and Colonialism in
Antarctic Exploration,
17501920
Ben Maddison
Between 1750 and 1920 over 15,000
people visited Antarctica. But the
historiography has ignored all but
a handful of celebrated explorers.
Sailers, sealers, whalers, cooks,
mechanics, engineers, stokers and
radio operators were all necessary
in bringing the upperclass hero
explorers to the continent and
supporting their expeditions. Likewise,
resources obtained from local
populations were vital to their success.
In telling the story of these forgotten
facilitators, Maddison argues that
Antarctic exploration can be seen as an
offshoot of European colonialism.
Readership
Empire Studies, Social History
Empires in Perspective
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 418 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/antarctic
Jacobitism, Enlightenment
and Empire, 16801820
Editors: Douglas Hamilton and
Allan Macinnes
The essays in this collection examine
religion, politics and commerce in
Scotland during a time of crisis and
turmoil. Contributors look at the
effect of the Union on Scottish trade
and commerce, tobacco and sugar
plantations and Robert Burnss early
poetry about his planned emigration to
Jamaica.
Contributors
Sarah Barber, Nicola Cowmeadow, Jean-
Franois Dunyach, George Macgilivray,
Liam McIlvanney, Thomas McInally, Esther
Mijers, Stuart M Nisbet, Jeffrey Stephen
and Daniel Szechi
Readership
Scottish History, Religious Studies,
Empire Studies
Political and Popular Culture in the Early
Modern Period
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 466 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/jacobitism
William Clark Russell and
the Victorian Nautical Novel:
Gender, Genre and the Marketplace
Andrew Nash
William Clark Russell wrote more
than forty nautical novels. Immensely
popular in their time, his works were
admired by contemporary writers,
such as Conan Doyle and Stevenson.
Based on extensive archival research,
Nash explores this remarkable career.
Exploring gender ideology, the
emergence of genre fction and the
infuence of the marketplace, Nash
places Russells work at the centre
of current debates on late Victorian
literature and book history.
Readership
Literature, History of the Book,
Gender Studies, Maritime History
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 376 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/nautical
The Collected Letters of Ellen
Terry, Volume 5
Editor: Katharine Cockin
Ellen Terrys correspondence was
both exuberant and extensive. Her
remaining letters provide a fascinating
insight into the dynamics of the
Victorian theatre, and the diffculties
of life for a woman maintaining a
successful public persona whilst
raising two illegitimate children.
The collection brings together material
from across the world, and includes
letters to many famous addressees,
including Bram Stoker and George
Bernard Shaw.
The presence of Ellen Terry is
palpable in these extraordinarily
expressive documents Times Literary
Supplement
Readership
Theatre History, Literature, Womens
Writing
The Pickering Masters
c.400pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 85196 149 8: 100/$180
www.pickeringchatto.com/terry
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Money as Organization,
Gustavo Del Vecchios Theory
Gianfranco Tusset
Between 1909 and 1917, Gustavo
Del Vecchio, an Italian economist,
developed a theory of circulation.
In a series of articles he set out his
thoughts on the utility and value of
money, credit, discount rates, banking
and international payments. Tusset
re-evaluates Del Vecchios theory,
concluding that money represents
a technology which organizes both
economy and society.
Readership
Monetary Theory, History of Economic
Thought
Modern Heterodox Economics
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 425 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/delvecchio
Monetary Reform and the
Bellagio Group: Selected Letters
and Papers of Fritz Machlup, Robert
Triffn and William Fellner
Editors: Carol M Connell and
Joseph Salerno
The Bellagio Group was founded by
Fritz Machlup, William Fellner and
Robert Triffn at a time of global
economic crisis not unlike the one
we face today. The Bellagio Group
comprised academics, policy makers,
bankers and corporate leaders, who
worked together with the aim of
economic reform. Between 1964
and 1977 the Bellagio Group held
a series of infuential conferences.
These meetings involved the most
important economists in the world and
focused on banking practices, as well
as mechanisms to increase economic
growth.
This collection brings together the
private correspondence and published
papers of the Bellagio Groups
founders to create a vivid picture
of the personalities, issues, debates
and compromises that led to the
adoption of fexible exchange rates
and a modifed Triffn plan. The frst
three volumes are each devoted to
the letters and unpublished papers of
Machlup, Triffn and Fellner. The fnal
two volumes focus on the conferences
and publications of the Bellagio Group
founders from 19631977.
Readership
Economic History, Financial History,
Banking, Social Policy
5 Volume Set
c.2000pp: 234x156: April 2014
978 1 84893 393 4: 550/$975
www.pickeringchatto.com/monetary
Experiments in Practice
Astrid Schwarz
Traditionally experimentation has
been understood as an activity
performed within the laboratory,
but in the twenty-frst century this
view is being challenged. Schwarz
uses ecological and environmental
case studies to show how scientifc
experiments can transcend the
laboratory. She explores the historical
development of the concept of
experimentation and argues that it is
time for us to rethink the traditional
Baconian view. The study offers
insights into the epistemological,
metaphysical and ethical implications
of extending the concept of the
experiment, as well as its effect on
the relationship between science and
society.
Readership
Philosophy of Science, History of
Science
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 485 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/practice
Picturing Womens Health
Editors: Kate Scarth, Francesca
Scott and Ji Won Chung
Womens lives changed considerably
over the course of the long nineteenth
century. The essays in this collection
examine women in diverse roles;
mother, socialite, prostitute, celebrity,
medical practitioner and patient.
Findings are discussed within the
historical, medical, sociological,
literary and art historical contexts
of the period to make a truly
interdisciplinary study.
Contributors
Claire Brock, Chrisy Dennis, Katherine
Ford, Alexandra Lewis, Hilary Marland,
Andrew McInnes, Joe Morrissey, Sarah
Richardson, Tabitha Sparks and Susannah
Wilson
Readership
Literature, History of Medicine,
Art History, Social History, Gender
Studies
Warwick Series in the Humanities
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 424 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/picturing
Spring 2014
www.pickeringchatto.com/mhe
Modern
Heterodox
Economics
Series Editor: Carol M Connell
A singular focus on economics,
government, business or society is
often incomplete and ineffective. This
series brings together historical and
contemporary studies to address the
problems facing the world economy
from an interdisciplinary perspective.
NEW SERIES
16
Shaker Autobiographies,
Biographies and Testimonies,
18061907
Editors: Christian Goodwillie,
Glendyne R Wergland and
Margaret Gower
The Shakers are perhaps the best
known of all the American religious
communities. The Shakers theological
ideas were explained and justifed in
their publications, but the realities of
their day-to-day life remained hidden.
The texts included in this edition
come from Shakers frsthand
accounts written in the nineteenth
century. These memoirs describe
the societys founders, show why
individuals chose to join the Shakers
and reveal interesting details of daily
life. The sources refect the Shakers
geographical diversity; contributions
by brethren, sisters, leaders and
rank and fle members provide an
inclusive view of Shaker life. The set
represents the largest single gathering
of resources on a very private people.
Readership
American Studies, Religious History,
Social History
American Communal Societies
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: April 2014
978 1 84893 395 8: 275/$495
www.pickeringchatto.com/shaker
British Masculinity and the
YMCA, 18441914
Geoff Spurr
The YMCA was founded in London
by a group of drapers assistants.
Beginning as an evangelical Christian
brotherhood it evolved to provide
physical and educational pastimes to
a large proportion of lower-middle-
class men. Spurr argues that the YMCA
became key in defning masculinity for
this group and that in turn they helped
to shape the way the organization
developed prior to the First World War.
Readership
Social History, Gender Studies
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2014
HB 978 1 84893 330 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/ymca
McLuhans Global Village
Today: Transatlantic Perspectives
Editors: Carmen Birkle, Angela
Krewani and Martin Kuester
Marshall McLuhan was one of
the leading media theorists of the
twentieth century. This collection of
essays explores the many facets of
McLuhans work from a transatlantic
perspective. Case studies and
theoretical discussions are balanced to
provide an insightful look at the legacy
of the man who coined the term global
village.
Contributors
Andreas Beinsteiner, Philipp Blum, Sabine
Breitsameter, Richard Cavell, Bernhard
Dotzler, Anne Hoyer, Angela Krewani, Jana
Mangold, Mark A McCutcheon, Raphael
Peter, Kerstin Schmidt, Martin Speer,
Florian Sprenger, David Staines and Paul
Tiessen
Readership
Media Studies, Cultural Theory,
Literature, Film
Studies for the International Society for Cultural
History
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 461 0: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/mcluhan
Alexander Leslie and the
Scottish Generals of the
Thirty Years War, 16181648
Steve Murdoch and
Alexia Grosjean
Field Marshal Alexander Leslie was
the highest ranking commander
from the British Isles to serve in the
Thirty Years War. Though Leslies life
provides the thread that runs through
this work, the authors use his story
to explore the impacts of the Thirty
Years War, the British Civil Wars
and the age of Military Revolution.
Murdoch and Grosjean explore how
Leslie and his fellow offcers brought
a unique set of cultural and societal
factors to the European theatre of war.
Readership
Military History, Scottish History,
Early Modern Europe
Warfare, Society and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 467 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/leslie
German Soldiers in
Colonial India
Chen Tzoref-Ashkenazi
Tzoref-Ashkenazi asks if German
soldiers identifed with the goals of
the British colonial power, how they
felt about local people and traditions,
and whether their level of education
affected their likelihood to adopt
British colonial ideologies. He also
explores the transnational character
of colonial institutions such as the
East India Company and the cultural
exchanges between Hanoverian
Britain and Germany, before fnally
setting his fndings within the wider
context of German Enlightenment
thought.
Readership
Empire Studies, Military History
Warfare, Society and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 367 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/hanoverian
The Indian and Pacifc
Correspondence of Sir Joseph
Banks, 17681820, Volume 8
Editor: Neil Chambers
Bankss correspondence is one of the
great primary sources for studying the
Pacifc region during this important
period of exploration and colonial
expansion. His Indian and Pacifc
correspondence has not previously
been published in a fully edited
thematic series. This critical edition of
over 2,000 letters uses material from
archives around the world.
This is the fnal volume in a publishing
project that began in 2008.
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies, History
of Science
The Pickering Masters
c.500pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 380 4: 100/$180
See Volume 7 p.7
www.pickeringchatto.com/bankscorrespondence
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Ineffability and Religious
Experience
Guy Bennett-Hunter
Ineffability that which cannot be
explained in words lies at the heart
of the Christian mystical tradition. It
has also been part of every discussion
of religious experience since the
early twentieth century. Despite this
centrality, ineffability is a concept
that has largely been ignored by
philosophers of religion. This is the
frst book to engage with the concept
of ineffability within contemporary
philosophy of religion and provides
a starting point for further scholarly
debate.
Readership
Philosophy of Religion,
Phenomenology, Existentialism
Pickering Studies in Philosophy of Religion
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 471 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/ineffability
The Selected Works of
Margaret Oliphant, Part IV:
The Chronicles of Carlingford
General Editors: Joanne Shattock
and Elisabeth Jay
Margaret Oliphant (182897) had
a wide-ranging and prolifc literary
career that spanned almost ffty years.
This series is the most ambitious
scholarly critical edition of Oliphants
work ever undertaken. The sheer scale
of her output has meant that selection
is essential, but the edition aims to
convey the range and variety of her
work in both fction and non-fctional
genres.
Part IV contains the Chronicles
of Carlingford (186176). These
books were originally published in
Blackwoods Magazine and form her
most famous fctional series.
if the initial volumes are representative of
the remainder of the project, VPR readers
will want to encourage their libraries
to purchase these frst two parts and to
place standing orders for the remainder.
Victorian Periodicals Review
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Literature,
Womens Writing
The Pickering Masters
5 Volume Set
c.2000pp: 234x156: May 2014
978 1 85196 614 1: 450/$795
www.pickeringchatto.com/oliphant
The Politics of Songs in
Eighteenth-Century Britain,
17231795
Kate Horgan
Using an interdisciplinary
methodology, combining the
perspectives of literary studies and
cultural history, Horgan analyses
the importance of songs in British
eighteenth-century culture with
specifc reference to their political
meaning. The book is focused on
four major case-studies, including
songs sung in response to George IIIs
recovery from his madness.
Readership
Literature, Eighteenth-Century Studies
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 479 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/songpolitics
A Global Conceptual History
of Asia, 18601940
Editor: Hagen Schulz-Forberg
Contributors to this volume challenge
accepted explanations of how Western
knowledge spread through Asia. Case
studies from a number of different
countries, including China, Japan,
India, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia,
Thailand and the Ottoman Empire
show how the adoption of certain
Western words refects attitudes to
concepts of economy or society.
Contributors
Leena Avonius, Mikako Iwatake, Klaus
Kartunen, Marakot Jewachinda-Meyer,
Rochona Majumdar, Ilham Makdisi,
Paula Pannu, Myoungkyu Park, Dominic
Sachsenmaier, Mohinder Singh and
Hailong Tian
Readership
Economic History, Empire Studies,
Linguistics, Anthropology
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2014
HB 978 1 84893 472 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/conceptual
Exile and Religious Identity,
15001800
Editors: Jesse Spohnholz and
Gary Waite
Exile was a central feature of society
throughout the early modern world.
Political and religious disputes meant
hundreds of thousands of people
directly experienced exile either as
a victim, a perpetrator or as a host
to refugees. The contributors to
this volume see exile as a critical
framework for analysing and
understanding the period.
Contributors
Liesbeth Corens, Jorge Diaz, Katy Gibbons,
Hans Leaman, Toms de Mantecn,
Franoise Moreil, Alessandro Pastore,
Marta Albal Pelegrn, Susana Truchuelo,
Mirjam G K van Veen and Hans de Waardt
Readership
Early Modern Europe, Religious
History
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2014
HB 978 1 84893 457 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/exile
Spring 2014
www.pickeringchatto.com/por
Pickering
Studies in
Philosophy of
Religion
Series Editor: Russell Re Manning
The philosophy of religion is a
thriving area of research. This series
presents works that broaden the
scope of the subject, creating new
directions for further research.
Titles acknowledge the roles of
situation and context, emphasizing
the importance of understanding
the historical backdrop to issues and
debates.
NEW SERIES
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Selected Correspondence of
William Huggins
Editor: Barbara J Becker
William Huggins (18241910) was
celebrated in his lifetime as the father
of astrophysics. Huggins was also the
author of numerous groundbreaking
articles documenting his use of the
spectroscope to analyze the light from
celestial bodies.
From the earliest days of his career
Huggins was regularly in contact
with other scientists, including
astronomers, chemists, physicists,
mathematicians and the makers
of scientifc instruments. His long-
running correspondence with other
key scientifc fgures is particularly
valuable. The letters and observatory
notebooks contained in this edition
allow Huggins important role in the
development of astrophysics to fully
emerge.
Readership
History of Science, Astrophysics,
Astronomy
The Pickering Masters
2 Volume Set
c.1100pp: 234x156: June 2014
978 1 84893 415 3: 250/$440
www.pickeringchatto.com/huggins
The Travel Writings of
John Moore
General Editor: Ben P Robertson
John Moore (17291802) was a
Scottish physician who, in his later
years, travelled extensively and
wrote immensely popular epistolary
accounts of these travels. Visits with
Voltaire, Frederick the Great, Prince
Charles Edward Stuart, the Pope and
other illustrious fgures are recorded,
as well as Moores frst-hand account
of the September Massacres and the
downfall of the French monarchy
during the Revolution.
Despite his considerable fame at the
time, his travel writings have not been
available since 1820. This collection
is the frst in almost two centuries
to present his Travel Writings to
historians and literary scholars.
Readership
Literature, Social History
The Pickering Masters
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: June 2014
978 1 84893 099 5: 350/$625
www.pickeringchatto.com/johnmoore
The Gothic Novel and the
Stage: Romantic Appropriations
Francesca Saggini
In this ground-breaking study Saggini
explores the relationship between
the late eighteenth-century novel and
the theatre, arguing that the implicit
theatricality of the Gothic novel made
it an obvious source from which
dramatists could take ideas. Similarly,
she suggests that elements of the
theatre costume, lighting, music and
special effects provided inspiration
to novelists.
Readership
Romanticism, Theatre History
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2014
HB 978 1 84893 414 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/gothicstage
Travel and Tourism in
Britain, 17001914
Editors: Susan Barton and
Allan Brodie
During the eighteenth century
travel was only available to the
wealthiest people, but from the 1830s
the railways brought a transport
revolution, opening up the chance
for travel to all classes. As tourism
grew in popularity, a whole new
industry developed. New resorts grew
up around spa towns and along the
seaside. Guidebooks were produced,
aimed at all sorts of holidaymakers
and the frst travel agencies emerged.
This primary resource collection
brings together a diverse range of
texts on the various forms of transport
used by tourists, the destinations they
visited, the role of entertainments
and accommodation and how these
affected the way that tourism evolved
over two centuries. Documents include
book excerpts, journal articles, railway
guides, parliamentary acts, letters,
guide books, handbills, pamphlets and
diaries.
Readership
Social and Economic History
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: July 2014
978 1 84893 412 2: 350/$625
www.pickeringchatto.com/tourism
Summer 2014
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Sketches of Irish Character:
by Mrs S C Hall
Editor: Marion Durnin
Born in Dublin into the Anglo-Irish
gentry, Anna Maria Hall (180081)
moved to London when she was ffteen
where she became famous for her
books, plays and travel writing. It was
her book, Sketches of Irish Character
(1829) which made her a household
name. Sketches was so popular that
it was reprinted fve times between
1829 and 1855, as well as numerous
editions published in America. Durnin
examines the illustrations and the
textual variance between editions,
to present a comprehensive critical
edition of a forgotten literary gem.
Readership
Literature, Womens Writing, Social
History
Chawton House Library: Womens Novels
c.500pp: 234x156: July 2014
HB 978 1 84893 390 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/sketches
Natural Theology in the
Scientifc Revolution:
Gods Scientists
Katherine Calloway
In the seventeenth century new
scientifc discoveries called into
question established Christian
theology. In the past it has been
claimed that contemporary thinkers
contributed to this confict model by
using the discoveries of the natural
world to prove the existence of God.
Calloway challenges this generalized
view through close examination of fve
key texts from the period.
Readership
Philosophy of Religion, History of
Science, Early Modern History
Pickering Studies in Philosophy of Religion
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2014
HB 978 1 84893 464 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/naturaltheology
Psychiatry and Chinese
History
Editor: Howard Chiang
This collection examines psychiatric
medicine in China across the early
modern and modern periods. Essays
focus on the diagnosis, treatment and
cultural implications of madness and
mental illness and explore the complex
trajectory of the medicalization of the
mind in shifting political contexts of
Chinese history.
Contributors
Geoffrey Blowers, Hsiu-fen Chen, Nancy
Chen, Hsuan-Ying Huang, Zhiying Ma,
Hugh Shapiro, Fabien Simonis, Peter Szto,
Brigid Vance, Wen-Ji Wang, Xuelai Wang
and Harry Wu
Readership
History of Medicine, Early Modern
History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2014
HB 978 1 84893 438 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/psychiatrychina
Astronomy in India,
17841876
Joydeep Sen
Indian scientifc achievements in
the early twentieth century are
well known, with a number of
heralded individuals making globally
recognized strides in the feld of
astrophysics. Covering the period
from the foundation of the Asiatick
Society in 1784 to the establishment
of the Indian Association for the
Cultivation of Science in 1876, Sen
explores the relationship between
Indian astronomers and the colonial
British. He shows that from the mid
nineteenth-century, Indians were
not passive receivers of European
knowledge, but active participants
in modern scientifc observational
astronomy.
Readership
History of Science, Colonial Studies
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2014
HB 978 1 84893 456 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/astronomy
Consuls and the Institutions
of Global Capitalism,
17831914
Ferry de Goey
The nineteenth century saw the
expansion of Western infuence
across the globe. A consular presence
in a new territory had numerous
advantages for business and trade.
Using specifc case studies de Goey
demonstrates the key role played
by consuls in the rise of the global
economy.
Readership
Economic and Business History,
Empire Studies
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: September 2014
HB 978 1 84893 316 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/consuls
The Making of the Modern
Police, 17801914, Part II
General Editor: Paul Lawrence
Over six volumes this edited
collection of pamphlets, government
publications, printed ephemera and
manuscript sources looks at the
development of the frst modern police
force.
Part II includes sources covering the
policing of sports, the theatre and
other amusements, as well as the
disturbances at Queen Carolines
funeral, the Chartist protests of the
1840s, the policing of the Great
Exhibition, the London riots of the
1880s and the charges of brutality
levelled at the policing of the
Suffragettes. Material on the early
years of the detective force will also
appeal to those interested in the
development of detective fction.
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Studies, History
of Law and Order, Criminology
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: October 2014
978 1 84893 372 9: 275/$495
See Part I p.11
www.pickeringchatto.com/police
Autumn 2014
20
Living with Jacobitism,
16901788: The Three Kingdoms
and Beyond
Editors: Allan Macinnes, Kieran
German and Lesley Graham
For over seventy years after the
Glorious Revolution of 168890,
Jacobitism survived in the face of
Whig propaganda. It was sustained
through a combination of politics,
religious ideology, networking and the
visual arts. This volume of essays seeks
to challenge current views of Jacobite
historiography. The focus on migrant
communities, networking, smuggling,
shipping, religious and intellectual
support mechanisms, art, architecture
and identity.
Contributors
Marion Amblard, Michael Brown, Robert
Collis, Edward Corp, Dominic Green,
Ian Higgins, Ranald MacInnes, Charles
MacKean, Alastair Mann, Carine Martin,
Emsley Nimmo, Siobhan Talbott and Chris
Whatley
Readership
Political History, Early Modern
Europe, Empire Studies
Political and Popular Culture in the Early
Modern Period
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2014
HB 978 1 84893 470 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/threekingdoms
British Freemasonry,
17171813
General Editor: Rbert Pter
Freemasonry was a major
component of British cultural,
social and intellectual life during
the Enlightenment era. It was also a
successful British export, becoming
popular around the globe and evolving
into one of the social forces that bound
the countries of the Empire together.
In contrast to the secrecy that
surrounds the movement today, the
eighteenth-century press was able to
report on the feasts, processions and
concerts that were held and to even list
some of the members by name.
This primary resource collection
begins at the point when organized
freemasonry was established with
the unifcation of four lodges into
the Grand Lodge of England, and
ends with the two rival Grand
Lodges the Antients and Moderns
combined to form the United
Grand Lodge of England. The fve
themed volumes cover Institutions,
Rituals (two volumes), Debates and
Representations. Documents include
minutes of meetings, rituals (some
written in code), funeral services,
sermons, membership lists, letters,
pamphlets, theatrical prologues
and epilogues, and articles from
newspapers and periodicals. Material
is rare and much of it comes from
unpublished manuscript sources held
in Masonic archives.
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies, The
Enlightenment, Empire Studies,
Religious History
5 Volume Set
c.2000pp: 234x156: December 2014
978 1 84893 377 4: 450/$795
www.pickeringchatto.com/britishfreemasonry
The Early English Caribbean
Editors: Carla Gardina Pestana
and Sharon V Salinger
The Caribbean is one of the most
signifcant regions in the story of
early European colonialism. Though
initially claimed by the Spanish, other
European countries followed close
behind, keen to take their share of
the islands and associated wealth.
In the 1620s, England established
plantations on a number of islands
and in 1655 Oliver Cromwell began
his western design an ambitious
military campaign across land and
water which aimed to conquer the
Spanish West Indies. Achieving only
partial success, the campaign sparked
a war with Spain that lasted a decade
and a half. In spite of these hostilities
the English presence in the Caribbean
was eventually acknowledged and
continues to this day.
This four-volume collection brings
together rare pamphlets from the
formative years of the English
involvement in the Caribbean.
Readership
Early Modern History, Empire Studies
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2014
978 1 84893 435 1: 350/$625
www.pickeringchatto.com/caribbean
Autumn 2014
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Index
Age of Scientifc Naturalism, The 11
Alexander Leslie and the Scottish
Generals of the Thirty
Years War 16
Alternative Banking and Financial
Crisis 12
American Coal Industry, The 8
American Savings and Loan
Industry, The 9
Ascetic Modernism in the Work of
T S Eliot and
Gustave Flaubert 4
Astronomy in India 19
Bacteria in Britain 5
Banking, Money and International
Finance 12
Biologics, A History of Agents Made
From Living Organisms in
the Twentieth Century 5
Bonded Labour and Debt in the Indian
Ocean World 4
Brewing Science, Technology and
Print 3
British Freemasonry 20
British Masculinity and the YMCA 16
British Socialist Fiction 5
Caroline of Lichtfeld 13
Celestial Wonders in Reformation
Germany 11
Child Guidance in Britain 3
Class and Colonialism in Antarctic
Exploration 14
Collected Letters of Ellen Terry,
The, Volume 5 14
Collected Works of Ann
Yearsley, The 9
Commercial Networks and European
Cities 13
Confict, Commerce and Franco-
Scottish Relations 8
Consuls and the Institutions of Global
Capitalism 19
Continuations to Sidneys Arcadia 12
Drink in the Eighteenth and
Nineteenth Centuries 10
Early English Caribbean, The 20
English Execution Narrative, The 8
Error and Uncertainty in Scientifc
Practice 8
Exile and Religious Identity 17
Experiments in Practice 15
Gender and Space in Rural Britain 13
German Soldiers in Colonial India 16
Global Conceptual History of
Asia, A 17
Gothic Novel and the Stage, The 18
Health and Citizenship 7
History and Philosophy of Biology 7
History and Philosophy of
Technoscience 8
Human Heredity in the Twentieth
Century 5
Images of Islam 13
Indian and Pacifc Correspondence
of Sir Joseph Banks, The,
Volume 7 7
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