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2015
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Highlights for the coming year...
Memoirs of the Court of George III
George III was one of the longest reigning British
monarchs, ruling over most of the English-speaking
world from 1760 to 1820. But Georges reign was one
of turmoil. The frst-hand accounts of those close to
him relate information on important events, including
the American and French Revolutions and the Kings
madness. See p.16
The Early English Caribbean, 15701700
This four-volume collection brings together rare
pamphlets from the formative years of the English
involvement in the Caribbean. Through these writings
the Caribbean became known and discussed in the
drawing rooms and coffee-houses of England. See p.16
Prostitution and Social Control in
Eighteenth-Century Ports
How prostitution is perceived is key to understanding
evolving attitudes to gender and sexuality. This study
looks at how the role of prostitutes in ports is redefned
beyond the criminal and placed within families,
neighbourhoods and larger social networks. See p.7
Selected Letters of Vernon Lee, 18561935
Lee was a prolifc author best known for her
supernatural fction, her advocacy of the aesthetic
movement and her feminist polemics. These letters are
representative of the full range of her correspondence
and refect her interest in psychology, literature, art
and architecture, and Italian history, as well as her
personal life. See p.19
Wall Street, Reforming the
Unreformable: An Ethical Perspective
Drawing on practical examples and offering new policy
recommendations, this unique philosophical study
paints a picture of what a truly ethical trading culture of
the future might look like. See p.15
The Chinese Journals of L K Little,
194354
Little witnessed at close quarters the end of the
colonial era and the formation of the Communist
state. He kept a detailed journal of his time in China
and Taiwan. Covering the years 1943 to 1954, this
three-volume set offers a unique insight into the heart
of government during a time of intense social and
political change. See p.17
Reading Robert Burns: Texts, Contexts,
Transformations
Robert Burns is Scotlands greatest cultural icon. Yet,
despite his continued popularity, critical work has been
compromised by the myths that have built up around
him. This study focuses on Burnss poems and songs,
analysing his use of both vernacular Scots and literary
English to provide a unique reading of his work. See p.11
The Correspondence of John Tyndall
John Tyndall was one of the most infuential scientists
of the nineteenth century. Published serially with two
volumes per year, this edition will present over 7,000
letters. The variety of his exchanges provides insight
into Tyndalls interests and his politics, as well as
documenting important events of the time. See p.18
British Economic Development in
South East Asia, 18801939
This collection focuses on the economic development
of the areas of South East Asia with which Britain
had a trading relationship Borneo, Brunei, Burma,
Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. See p.17
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Financial Innovation,
Regulation and Crises in
History
Editors: Piet Clement,
Harold James and
Herman Van der Wee
With contributions from world-
renowned fgures such as
Niall Ferguson, Adair Turner and
William R White, this volume
investigates how fnancial institutions
and markets have undergone or
reacted to past pressures, the role of
fnancial innovations in this process
and the regulatory responses that
emerged as a result.
Contributors
Federico Barbiellini Amidei, Niall
Ferguson, Claire Giordano, Ivo Maes,
Joke Mooij, Lodewijk Petram, Tobias
Straumann, Adair Turner, Welf Werner and
William R White
Readership
Economics, Banking, Finance
Banking, Money and International Finance
192pp: 234x156: July 2014
HB 978 1 84893 504 4: 75/$120
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Asian Imperial Banking
History
Editors: Hubert Bonin, Nuno
Valrio and Kazuhiko Yago
When European powers began
annexing parts of Asia, the
establishment of banking systems
was an important part of that process.
The essays in this edited collection
are based on original research using
primary sources in English, French,
Russian, Chinese and Japanese. The
book as a whole provides new insights
into banking in imperial Asia and a
platform for further research.
Contributors
Ashok Kapoor, Niv Horesh,
Sofya Salomatina, Tomoko Shiroyama and
Man-han Siu
Readership
Banking, Finance, Empire Studies
Banking, Money and International Finance
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 551 8: 75/$120
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Financial Crisis and the
Failure of Economic Theory
ngel Rodriguez, Jorge Turmo
and Oscar Vara
The authors of this study propose
a new theory of economics based
on more detailed understanding of
how and why people behave as they
do within their environment. This
anthropological approach uses the
strengths of many existing economic
theories, including Keynesian and
Austrian economics, to present a
new framework for anticipating and
averting the fnancial crises of the
future.
Readership
Economic Theory, Macroeconomics,
Finance
Modern Heterodox Economics
208pp: 234x156: October 2014
HB 978 1 84893 515 0: 75/$120
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Economics & Finance
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Modern Heterodox
Economics
Series Editor: Carol M Connell
With an editorial board comprising
preeminent scholars from a variety
of economic traditions, Modern
Heterodox Economics brings
together historical and contemporary
studies to address the problems
facing the world economy from an
interdisciplinary perspective.
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Banking, Money
and International
Finance
Series Editor: Meryem Duygun
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.
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The Invisible Hand of Power:
An Economic Theory of Gate Keeping
Anton N Oleinik
Building on Webers theory of
a constellation of interests and
Commonss work on transactions,
Oleinik focuses on the existence and
infuence of gate keepers, those with
the power to limit entry to a particular
transaction, such as judges, market
regulators, reviewers and academics.
Ultimately, he seeks to provide an
alternative to mainstream economic
analyses of power.
Readership
Economics, Philosophy, Sociology
Modern Heterodox Economics
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 524 2: 75/$120
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The Problem of Production:
A New Theory of the Firm
Per L Bylund
The theory of the frm has been
fertile ground for economists for over
a century. Bylund proposes a new
theory, rooted in Austrian economics,
which examines the frm as a part of
the market, and not as a free-standing
entity. In this integrated view, a
theory is offered which incorporates
entrepreneurship, production, market
process and economic development.
Readership
Economics, Business History
Modern Heterodox Economics
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2015
HB 978 1 84893 529 7: 75/$120
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Development and Financial
Reform in Emerging
Economies
Editors: Nicholas Perdikis and
Kobil Ruziev
Modern development strategy relies
heavily on uncompromising orthodox
economic theory and a dogmatic faith
in market effciency. In contrast, the
essays in this volume aim to emphasize
the importance of historic experiences
to evolve a more realistic and dynamic
view of how such development could
be formalized. The volume goes on to
evaluate fnancial reform in emerging
economies and the importance of
fnancial regulation in market-based
economies.
Contributors
Alexandr Akimov, Victoria Chick,
M Jahangir Alam Chowdhury, Malay Dey,
Alexander Dow, Sheila Dow, Dana Gabor,
Dipak Ghosh, Roy Grieve, Jan Toporowski,
Radha Upadhyaya, David Vazquez-Guzman
and Chaoyan Wang
Readership
Development Economics, History of
Economic Thought
SCEME Studies in Economic Methodology
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 458 0: 75/$120
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Economics and Other
Branches In the Shade of
the Oak Tree: Essays in Honour of
Pascal Bridel
Editors: Roberto Baranzini and
Franois Allisson
Pascal Bridel held the Chair of
Economics at the University of
Lausanne and is founder of the Centre
Walras-Pareto as well as a key member
of the executive board of the European
Society for the History of Economic
Thought (ESHET). This major essay
collection refects his wide range of
interests and his seminal contributions
to economic theory.
Contributors
Amanar Akhabbar, Richard Arena, Roger
E Backhouse, Sandrine Baume, Daniele
Besomi, Giovanni Busino, Jean Cartelier,
Jacques Coenen-Huther, Francesca Dal
Degan, Michel De Vroey, Jean-Pierre
Danthine, Pierre Docks, Nathalie Dongois,
Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira, Biancamaria
Fontana, Jean-Pierre Gaudin, Bruna
Ingrao, David Laidler, Jrme Lallement,
Pierre Livet, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo,
Steven G Medema, Pierre Moor, Fiorenzo
Mornati, Solne Morvant-Roux, Emmanuel
Picavet, Pier Luigi Porta, Jean-Pierre
Potier, Jean-Michel Servet, Francesca Sofa,
Philippe Steiner, Sophie Swaton, Maria
Tortajada, Jan van Daal, Donald Walker
and Amos Witztum
Readership
Economics, Political Science,
Sociology, Philosophy
576pp: 234x156: August 2014
HB 978 1 84893 533 4: 210/$375
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Economics & Finance
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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.
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Henri Fayol, the Manager
Cameron Guthrie and Jean-Louis
Peaucelle
Henri Fayol is one of the most
important management theorists of
the twentieth century. He worked
as Managing Director of a mining
company for thirty years and wrote the
seminal, yet unfnished, General and
Industrial Management. Guthrie and
Peaucelle present a study of Fayols
management, comparing the theories
set out in his book with his hands-on
experience and practice.
The frst English translation of the
third part of General and Industrial
Management appears as an Appendix.
Readership
Business History, Management Theory
Studies in Business History
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2015
HB 978 1 84893 419 1: 75/$120
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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. The study covers the
Ottoman Empire, the Far East, North
and South America, and sub-Saharan
Africa. The careers of a number of
consuls are also examined in detail,
including Henry Salt and Roger
Casement.
Readership
Economic History, Business History,
Empire Studies
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
240pp: 234x156: November 2014
HB 978 1 84893 316 3: 60/$99
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Merchant Communities in
Asia, 16001980
Editors: Yu-ju Lin and
Madeleine Zelin
Contributors discuss the different
economic, political and cultural
conditions that gave rise to a variety
of merchant communities in Korea,
China, Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines,
Singapore and India. The book
complements existing research on
merchant communities in Europe
and shows the importance of Asian
mercantile communities to the growth
of a global economic system.
Contributors
Chi-cheung Choi, Young-Jun Cho,
Stephanie Po-yin Chung, Tina S Clemente,
Robert Hellyer, Ryota Ishikawa, Hui Kian
Kwee, Evan Lampe, Hun-Chang Lee and
Michihiro Ogawa
Readership
Economic History, Business History,
History of Asia
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 486 3: 60/$99
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Development Economics in
the Twenty-First Century
Editors: Davide Gualerzi and
Claudia Sunna
This collection of essays explores the
origins and evolution of development
economics. A nuanced insight into
the mid-twentieth century period of
high development theory is given
using a variety of approaches, such
as growth theory, dependency theory
and structuralism. Comparative
perspectives are explored and
analysed, including those of Keynes,
Hirschman, Krugman and Stiglitz.
Contributors
Mauro Boianovsky, Alan Cibils, Francesco
Farina, Alejandro Nadal, Cosimo Perrotta
and Anna Spada
Readership
Economics, History of Economic
Thought
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2015
HB 978 1 84893 538 9: 60/$99
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Early Modern Trading
Networks in Europe:
Cooperation and the Case of Simon Ruiz
Ana Sofa Ribeiro
Trade and exchange drove the
economy of sixteenth-century Europe.
But despite the importance of trade,
this is the frst book to apply network
theory and mathematical analysis to
its study. Using Castilian merchant
Simon Ruiz as a case study, Ribeiro
explores the role of cooperation,
reputation, trust and reciprocity across
early modern trading networks.
Readership
Economic History, Early Modern
Studies
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2015
HB 978 1 84893 537 2: 60/$99
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Philanthropy and the Funding
of the Church of England,
18561914
Sarah Flew
The changing relationship between
the church and its supporters is key
to understanding changing religious
and social attitudes in Victorian
Britain. Using the records of the
Anglican Churchs home-missionary
organizations, Flew charts the
decline in Christian philanthropy
and its connection to the growing
secularization of society. This is a
highly original contribution to two
of the most widely debated issues
in modern religious history and the
sociology of religion.
Readership
Social History, Economic History,
Religious History
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 500 6: 60/$99
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Economics & Finance
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The Renaissance Ethics of
Music: Singing, Contemplation and
Musica Humana
Hyun-Ah Kim
Modern scholarship has explored
music both scientifcally and
aesthetically, but not philosophically.
In early modern Europe, music
particularly singing was the arena
where body and soul came together,
embodied in the notion of musica
humana. Kim uses this concept to
examine the framework within which
music and song were used to promote
the moral and spiritual education of
the laity.
Readership
Early Modern Studies, Religious
History, Music
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2015
HB 978 1 84893 549 5: 60/$99
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Calvinism, Reform and
the Absolutist State in
Elizabethan Ireland
Mark A Hutchinson
Despite the best efforts of the
English government, Elizabethan
Ireland remained resolutely Catholic.
Hutchinson examines this failure of
the Protestant Reformation. He argues
that the emerging political concept of
the absolutist state forms a crucial link
between English policy in Ireland and
the aims of the Calvinist reformers. In
doing so, Hutchinson places Ireland
within the wider context of English
political and religious reform and
European intellectual history.
Readership
Early Modern Studies, Irish History,
Religious History
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2015
HB 978 1 84893 548 8: 60/$99
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Indulgences after Luther:
Pardons in Counter-Reformation France,
15201720
Elizabeth C Tingle
Indulgences have been synonymous
with corruption in the Catholic Church
ever since Martin Luther nailed
his ninety-fve theses to the church
door in Wittenberg in 1517. Despite
Luthers work towards reform and
the advent of the Protestant Church,
by 1700 the sale of indulgences was
still being widely practised all over
Europe. Tingle explores the nature
and evolution of indulgences in
the Counter Reformation and how
they were used as a powerful tool of
personal and institutional reform.
Readership
Religious History, Early Modern
Studies
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 502 0: 60/$99
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Living with Jacobitism,
16901788:
The Three Kingdoms and Beyond
Editors: Allan I Macinnes,
Kieran German and
Lesley Graham
For over seventy years after the
Glorious Revolution of 168890,
Jacobitism survived in the face of
Whig propaganda. These essays seek
to challenge current views of Jacobite
historiography. They 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, Lesley Graham,
Dominic Green, Ian Higgins, Ranald
MacInnes, Alastair J Mann, Carine Martin,
Alexander Emsley Nimmo, Jennifer L
Novotny, amonn Ciardha, Siobhan
Talbott and Christopher A Whatley
Readership
Political History, Early Modern
Studies, Empire Studies
Political and Popular Culture in the Early
Modern Period
284pp: 234x156: November 2014
HB 978 1 84893 470 2: 60/$99
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Worship, Civil War and
Community, 16381660
Chris R Langley
Based on extensive archival research,
Langleys study examines the
interaction between warfare and
religion in Civil War-era Scotland.
During this time the power of the
Kirk was extended from arbiter
of morality to enforcer of political
obedience, while some clergy also
chose to politicize their sermons.
The information gleaned from parish
records allows an insight into the
localized effects of war on religious
practice.
Readership
Early Modern Studies, Civil War,
Religious History
Warfare, Society and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2015
HB 978 1 84893 521 1: 60/$99
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A History of Drink and the
English, 15002000
Paul Jennings
Organized thematically, the study
explores alcoholic drink through its
consumption, sale, function, use and
abuse. The role of drinking is further
discussed in relation to class, gender
and industrialization, and set in
context with developments in other
countries. The study situates drink as
an important marker of wider social
and cultural change during the period.
Readership
Social History, Cultural History
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2015
HB 978 1 84893 555 6: 60/$99
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History
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Modern Architecture and
Religious Communities,
18501970: Building the Kingdom
Editors: Kate Jordan and Ayla
Lepine
This is the frst essay collection
to present a thematically driven
approach to sacred buildings and
the communities who use them.
Case studies include a Catalonian
monastery, a Gothic church in Oxford,
a chapel in the American Midwest and
a synagogue in Jerusalem.
Contributors
Jessica Basciano, Jose Bernardi, Barbara
Burlison Mooney, Anne Englot, Josep-
Maria Garcia Fuentes, Mara Gonzlez
Pends, Alicia Imperiale, Tamara
Morgenstern, Sven Sterken and Anatole
Upart
Readership
Architecture, Modernism, Social
History, Religious History
Religion, Architecture and Visual Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2015
HB 978 1 84893 560 0: 60/$99
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Insanity and the Lunatic
Asylum in the Nineteenth
Century
Editors: Thomas Knowles and
Serena Trowbridge
The nineteenth-century asylum was
the scene of both terrible abuses
and signifcant advancements in
treatment and care. The essays in this
collection look at the asylum from
the perspective of the place itself its
architecture, funding and purpose
and at the experience of those who
were sent there. Fictional as well as
historical sources are used in order to
present a study of the asylum both as
it was and as it was perceived in the
popular imagination.
Contributors
Elaine Bailey, Claire Chatterton, Amanda
Finelli, Helen Goodman, Kostas Makras,
Bernard Melling, Shawn Phillips, Jennifer
Wallis, Will Wiles and Rebecca Wynter
Readership
Social History, History of Medicine
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 452 8: 60/$99
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Prostitution and Social
Control in Eighteenth-
Century Ports
Marion Pluskota
How prostitution is perceived in the
context of social control and urban
change is key to understanding the
evolving attitudes to gender and
sexuality in the eighteenth century.
In her comparative study, Pluskota
looks at how the role of prostitutes
in the ports of Bristol and Nantes is
redefned beyond that of the criminal
and placed within their families,
neighbourhoods and larger social
networks. Using police and judicial
records, she provides a valuable
corrective to the narrow analysis of
prostitutes in terms of immorality or
deviance.
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies,
Social History, Gender Studies
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: July 2015
HB 978 1 84893 561 7: 60/$99
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Infanticide and Abortion in
Early Modern Germany
Margaret Brannan Lewis
Using a wide range of contemporary
sources, Lewis presents a nuanced
study into the changing nature of
infanticide in Germany over three
centuries. Infanticide and abortion
were complex crimes with a variety of
causes, perpetrators and punishments.
These crimes and the reaction to them
are placed in the wider context of the
of the period.
Readership
Early Modern Studies, History of
Medicine, Social History
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2015
HB 978 1 84893 554 9: 60/$99
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British Masculinity and the
YMCA, 18441914
Geoff Spurr
In 1844 the YMCA was founded
in London by a group of drapers
assistants. From its roots as an
evangelical Christian brotherhood,
the organization evolved to provide
physical and educational pastimes and
opportunities to a large proportion
of lower-middle-class men. Blending
social, gender and religious histories,
Spurr argues that the YMCA became
key in defning masculinity for this
large social group and that in turn
they helped to dictate the development
of the organization before the First
World War.
Readership
Social History, Gender Studies,
Victorian Studies
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 330 9: 60/$99
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Religion,
Architecture and
Visual Culture
Series Editors: Ayla Lepine and
Victoria Young
This series addresses a growing
need for works focused on new
methodologies within theology and
art history. Titles will engage directly
with a range of traditions including
Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
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Stress in Post-War Britain
Editor: Mark Jackson
In the years following World
War II the health and well-being of the
nation was of primary concern to the
British government. The essays in this
collection examine the relationship
between health and stress in post-war
Britain through a series of carefully
connected case studies.
Contributors
Nicole Baur, Ali Haggett, Val Harrington,
Sarah Hayes, Rhodri Hayward, Edgar
Jones, Jill Kirby, Jo Melling, Chris Millard,
Debbie Palmer, Ed Ramsden, Pamela
Richardson, Matthew Smith and
Allan Young
Readership
History of Medicine
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 473 3: 60/$99
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The Development of Scientifc
Marketing in the Twentieth
Century: Research for Sales in the
Pharmaceutical Industry
Editors: Jean-Paul Gaudillire and
Ulrike Thoms
As the pharmaceutical industry
has become more proft-driven, the
marketing of new drugs has grown
as a by-product. Contributors to this
volume chart the rise of scientifc
marketing in Europe between 1920
and 1980, exploring the merging of
scientifc research with the need to
produce proftable results. Issues
include the development of new drugs,
the evolution of advertising and the
inevitable confict between the two.
Contributors
Christian Bonah, Tricia Close-Koenig,
Stephan Felder, Lucie Gerber, Nils Kessel,
Lisa Malich, Anne-Sophie Mazas and
Quentin Ravelli
Readership
History of Medicine, Social History,
Business History, Film Studies
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 559 4: 60/$99
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The Rockefeller Foundation,
Public Health and
International Diplomacy,
19201945
Josep L Barona
In the years after the First World War,
living conditions in many European
countries were poor. The traditional
role of public health authorities in
controlling disease had to expand
to cover social issues such as diet
and sanitation. Barona examines
the Rockefeller Foundations role in
improving health. The Foundation
applied a model of business effciency
to its ideology of spreading good
health: defning problems, identifying
opportunities and aiming at achievable
goals. Its work alongside the League
of Nations Health Organization can be
seen as a revolution in public health
practices.
Readership
History of Medicine, Social History,
Political History, Business History
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 567 9: 60/$99
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Victorian Medicine and
Popular Culture
Editors: Louise Penner and
Tabitha Sparks
The essays in this collection examine
the variety of ways medicine was
appropriated for or adapted by
popular culture. Contributors explore
the role of class, the importance of
belief systems, the use of medicine in
popular literature and the effects of
the rise of consumerism. The volume
makes an important contribution not
just to the history of medicine, but to
the study of Victorian society more
widely.
Contributors
Cheryl Blake Price, Jacqueline Brady,
Meredith Conti, Dagni Bredesen, Vivien
Hamilton, Meegan Kennedy, Julie Kraft,
Kevin Morrison, Jacob Steere-Williams
and Ellen J Stockstill
Readership
History of Science, History of
Medicine, Cultural History, Victorian
Studies, Literature
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 569 3: 60/$99
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Victorian Literature and the
Physics of the Imponderable
Sarah C Alexander
This study examines the role of physics
in defning concepts in Victorian
literature and popular culture.
Physicists and writers formulated
new terms and ideas to overcome the
gaps in their knowledge, in an age that
was obsessed with the empirical. The
work of John Tyndall, George Henry
Lewes and Auguste Comte, among
others, are discussed and set in the
context of a developing modernity.
Important parallels with current issues
surrounding scientifc endeavour are
apparent, such as the Higgs boson or
God Particle.
Readership
History of Science, Literature, Cultural
History, Victorian Studies, Political
Economy
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 566 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/imponderable
Adolphe Quetelet, Social
Physics and the Average Men
of Science, 17961874
Kevin Donnelly
Adolphe Quetelet was an infuential
scientist whose work spanned many
disciplines. He is best remembered
for his controversial work on social
physics: the idea that behaviour can be
determined by statistical averages. But
this average man hypothesis is just
one facet of a long and distinguished
career. Donnelly presents a study of
Quetelets life and work, exploring his
contribution to quantitative reasoning
and his place in nineteenth-century
intellectual history.
Readership
History of Science, Philosophy of
Science, Cultural History, Victorian
Studies
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 568 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/quetelet
History
9
Knowing Nature in Early
Modern Europe
Editor: David Beck
Today we are used to clear divisions
between science and the arts. But
early modern thinkers had no such
distinctions, with knowledge being a
truly interdisciplinary pursuit. Each
chapter of this collection presents a
case study from a different area of
knowledge, including the acceptance
of heliocentrism, Shakespeares use
of science and magic, and the use of
scripture to refute Descartes claims.
Contributors
Stephen Boyd Davis, Donald Carlson,
James Dougal Fleming, Angelica Groom,
Kevin Killeen, Stephen Pender, Adam
Rzepka, Lloyd Strickland, Svorad Zavarsk
and Mike A Zuber
Readership
Early Modern Studies, History of
Science, Literature, Shakespeare
Studies
Warwick Series in the Humanities
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2015
HB 978 1 84893 518 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/knowing
British Historians and
National Identity:
From Hume to Churchill
Anthony Brundage and
Richard A Cosgrove
Two eminent scholars of
historiography examine the concept of
national identity through the medium
of the key multi-volume histories of
the last two hundred years. Starting
with Humes History of England
from the Invasion of Julius Caesar
to the Revolution in 1688 (175462),
Brundage and Cosgrove explore the
work of British historians whose work
had a popular readership and an
infuence on succeeding generations of
British children.
Readership
Historiography, British History,
Cultural History
272pp: 234x156: November 2014
HB 978 1 84893 539 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/hume2churchill
Quakers and their Allies in
the Abolitionist Cause,
17541808
Editors: Maurice Jackson and
Susan Kozel
This volume explores the signifcant
connections between the Quaker
community and the abolitionist cause
in America. Despite the importance
of Quakers to the abolitionist
movement, their signifcance has been
largely overlooked in the existing
historiography.
Contributors
Richard C Allen, Louisiane Ferlier,
James J Gigantino II, Julie Holcomb,
Jon R Kershner, Gary B Nash,
Geoffrey Plank and Julie Winch
Readership
American History, Slavery, Religious
History, Social History, Atlantic
Studies
Perspectives on Early America
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 541 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/quakers
Secularism, Islam and
Education in India,
18301910
Robert Ivermee
During the nineteenth century British
offcials in India decided that the
education system should be exclusively
secular. In contrast, local Muslim
elites emphasized the importance of
religion to the public sphere. Drawing
on sources from both public and
private archives, Ivermee presents a
study of British/Muslim negotiations
over the secularization of colonial
Indian education and on the changing
nature of secularism across space and
time.
Readership
Empire Studies, Colonial and Post-
Colonial Studies, Social History,
Religious History, Political History
Empires in Perspective
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 547 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/secularism
Warfare and Tracking in
Africa, 19521990
Timothy J Stapleton
The ability to track animals or people
successfully relies on a thorough
knowledge of terrain, climate and
ecology. During the decolonization
wars in East and Southern Africa,
tracking became increasingly valuable
as a military tactic. Drawing on
archival research and interviews,
Stapleton presents a comparative
study of the role of tracking in
insurgency and counter-insurgency
across Kenya, Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Readership
Warfare Studies, African History,
Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies
Warfare, Society and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 558 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/tracking
History
NEW SERIES
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Perspectives on
Early America
Series Editors: Craig Thompson
Friend and Stacey M Robertson
This series offers fresh interpretations
of the people, events and infuences
that shaped America during the
Colonial, Revolutionary and Early
National periods. Titles focus on
aspects of the social, cultural, political
and imperial history of the Americas
and the Atlantic world.
10
Domestic Fiction in Colonial
Australia and New Zealand
Editor: Tamara S Wagner
Colonial domestic literature has been
largely overlooked and is due for a
reassessment. This essay collection
explores attitudes to colonialism,
imperialism and race, as well as
important developments in girlhood
and the concept of the New Woman.
Contributors
Diana C Archibald, Kirby-Jane Hallum,
Susan K Martin, Kirstine Moffat, Grace
Moore, Jude Piesse, Melissa Purdue, Lesa
Scholl, Michelle J Smith and Philip Steer
Readership
Colonial Literature, Empire Studies,
Gender Studies
Gender and Genre
240pp: 234x156: August 2014
HB 978 1 84893 516 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/domestic
The New Man, Masculinity
and Marriage in the
Victorian Novel
Tara MacDonald
Though the term New Man was
not coined until 1894, this study
locates earlier examples throughout
the Victorian era. In the novels
of Charles Dickens, Anne Bront,
George Eliot and George Gissing,
characters are identifed who could
be classed as prototypes of the New
Man. By tracing the rise of the New
Man alongside novelistic changes
in the representations of marriage,
MacDonald shows how this fgure
encouraged Victorian writers to
reassess masculine behaviour and to
re-imagine the marriage-plot in light
of wider social changes.
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Literature,
Gender Studies, Cultural History
Gender and Genre
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2015
HB 978 1 84893 491 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/newman
Modernism, Middlebrow and
the Literary Canon: The Modern
Library Series, 19171955
Lise Jaillant
In the 1920s and 30s the Modern
Library Series brought out cheap
editions of modernist works. Books
by writers including H G Wells,
Virginia Woolf and James Joyce, were
published and marketed alongside
detective fction and other books that
we would now class as middlebrow.
Jaillant provides a thorough analysis
of the mix of highbrow and popular
literature in the Modern Library and
argues that the availability and low
cost of modernist works helped to
expand modernisms infuence as a
literary movement.
Readership
Twentieth-Century Literature,
Print Culture, Modernism
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 493 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/modernlibrary
Aestheticism and the
Marriage Market in Victorian
Popular Fiction:
The Art of Female Beauty
Kirby-Jane Hallum
Based on close readings of fve
Victorian novels, Hallum presents
an original study of the interaction
between popular fction, the
marriage market and the aesthetic
movement. She uses the texts to trace
the development of aestheticism,
examining the differences between
the authors, including their approach,
style and gender. Wider issues
concerning Victorian womanhood
and marriage as a commodity are also
discussed.
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Literature,
Gender Studies, Cultural History
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2015
HB 978 1 84893 481 8: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/marriagemarket
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: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 414 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/gothicstage
British Books in France
Before and After the
Revolution: Imagining Nations
Ronald Tetreault
Tetreault argues that the circulation
and reception of British books in
France before and after the Revolution
had a direct effect on the shaping of
French national identity. He looks
at the full range of those involved in
the book trade, including authors,
translators, publishers, reviewers,
censors and readers. Elite readers and
mass audiences are examined, and
the reception of works performed in
boulevard theatres is also assessed.
This innovative study allows a glimpse
into the infuence of British writing
across all levels of eighteenth-century
French society.
Readership
English Literature, French Literature,
Book History, Cultural History,
Romanticism
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2015
HB 978 1 84893 570 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/booksinfrance
Literature
11
James Orr, Poet and
Irish Radical
Carol Baraniuk
James Orr (17701816) was the
foremost of the Ulster Weaver poets.
He wrote in both Scots and English
and has been favourably compared to
his near contemporary Robert Burns.
A radical and a lifelong supporter of
the Society of United Irishmen, Orr
took part in the rebellion of 1798, after
which he fed for a period of self-
imposed exile in America. Baraniuk
looks at Orrs life and work, examining
the changing social, political and
theological context of his writing and
reassessing his contribution to radical
literature and culture during the
Romantic era.
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Eighteenth-
Century Studies, American Studies
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution
256pp: 234x156: October 2014
HB 978 1 84893 513 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/orr
Reading Robert Burns:
Texts, Contexts, Transformations
Carol McGuirk
Robert Burns is Scotlands greatest
cultural icon. Yet, despite his
continued popularity, critical work has
been compromised by the myths that
have built up around him. McGuirk
focuses on Burnss poems and songs,
analysing his use of both vernacular
Scots and literary English to provide
a unique reading of his work. Well-
known and obscure texts are discussed
and set in the context of the time
they were written, and the infuence
of earlier and contemporary poets
is considered. The work will shed
new light on Burns as a writer whose
infuence is still keenly felt today.
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Scottish
Studies
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution
272pp: 234x156: October 2014
HB 978 1 84893 519 8: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/burns
Before Blackwoods: Scottish
Journalism in the Age of Enlightenment
Editors: Alex Benchimol, Rhona
Brown and David Shuttleton
This collection of essays is the result
of a major conference focusing
specifcally on the role of Scotlands
print culture in shaping the literature
and politics of the long eighteenth
century. In contrast to previous
studies, this work treats Blackwoods
Magazine as the culmination of a long
tradition rather than a starting point.
Contributors
Karin Bowie, Rhona Brown, Stephen
Brown, Megan Coyer, Gillian Hughes,
Nigel Leask, Ralph McLean, Jon Mee,
Murray Pittock and David Stewart
Readership
Scottish Enlightenment, Print Culture,
Eighteenth-Century Studies
The Enlightenment World
c.256pp: 234x156: February 2015
HB 978 1 84893 550 1: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/beforeblackwoods
Mary Wollstonecraft and
Feminist Republicanism
Lena Halldenius
Mary Wollstonecraft is a writer
whose work continues to provoke
scholarly debate. But Wollstonecraft
the historical fgure often obscures
her importance as a philosopher.
Halldenius explores Wollstonecrafts
political philosophy, focusing on
her treatment of republicanism and
independence, to propose a new way of
reading her work that of a feminist
republican.
Readership
Political Philosophy, Eighteenth-
Century Studies, Womens Writing
The Enlightenment World
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2015
HB 978 1 84893 536 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/feministrepublicanism
William Cobbett,
Romanticism and the
Enlightenment:
Contexts and Legacy
Editors: James Grande and
John Stevenson
William Cobbett was one of the
greatest journalists of his day.
Following a career in the British army
in Canada, he cut his journalistic teeth
as the loyalist Peter Porcupine in the
United States, defending all things
British against the French Revolution
and its supporters. This is the frst
essay collection devoted to Cobbett
and contains essays from scholars
from a wide variety of disciplines.
Contributors
Alex Benchimol, Craig Calhoun, Malcolm
Chase, Gregory Claeys, John Gardner,
Clare Griffths, Ruth Livesey, Jane Mears
and Matthew Roberts
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies,
Romanticism, Social History, Political
History, American Studies
The Enlightenment World
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2015
HB 978 1 84893 542 6: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/cobbett_legacy
Literature
12
Malvina: by Sophie Cottin
Editor: Marijn S Kaplan
Often linked to the works of early
Romanticism, Sophie Cottins Malvina
was a bestselling sentimental novel.
First published in France in 1800, the
1803 English translation by Elizabeth
Gunning (a prolifc novelist in her
own right) allowed Cottins book
to achieve success internationally.
Malvina explores the confict between
passionate love and substitute
motherly love. Cottin leads readers
far from the happy endings of writers
such as Riccoboni and much closer to
Rousseau. Interest in Cottins work
has increased steadily in recent years
and this is the frst modern scholarly
edition of the English translation of
Malvina.
Readership
Romanticism, Womens Writing,
Comparative Literature
Chawton House Library: Womens Novels
c.400pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 460 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/malvina
The Confessions of the Nun of
St Omer: by Charlotte Dacre
Editor: Lucy Cogan
Published under the pseudonym
Rosa Matilda, Charlotte Dacres The
Confessions of the Nun of St Omer
(1805) was a bestseller with two
subsequent editions by 1807. It tells
the story of the wilful Cazire, whose
passionate yet destructive adventures
are recounted for her illegitimate son
from the monastery where she now
lives.
Readership
Romanticism, Womens Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Novels
c.400pp: 234x156: November 2015
HB 978 1 84893 530 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/nun
The Venice Myth: Culture,
Literature, Politics, 1800 to the Present
David Barnes
Venice holds a unique place in literary
and cultural history. Barnes looks
at the themes of war, occupation,
resistance and fascism to see how
the political background has affected
the literary works that have come
out of this great city. He focuses on
key British and American writers,
including Byron, Ruskin, Pound and
Eliot, to produce an innovative study
of the literary infuence of social and
political upheaval.
Readership
Literature, Cultural Studies, Political
History
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 510 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/venicemyth
The Persistence of Beauty:
Victorians to Moderns
Editors: Michael ONeill,
Mark Sandy and Sarah Wootton
This collection of essays examines the
cultural, literary, philosophical and
historical representation of beauty in
British, Irish and American literature.
Contributors use the works of Charles
Dickens, Charlotte Bront, Walt
Whitman, T S Eliot, W H Auden and
Stephen Spender among others to
explore the role of beauty and its wider
implications in art and society. They
build on current scholarly research
into the synthesis of literary and visual
culture.
Contributors
Fran Brearton, Robert Douglas-Fairhurst,
Simon J James, Angela Leighton, Timothy
Morton, Seamus Perry and Tony Sharpe
Readership
Literature, American Studies,
Modernism
c.256pp: 234x156: April 2015
HB 978 1 84893 511 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/beauty
Natural Kinds and
Classifcation in Scientifc
Practice
Editor: Catherine Kendig
Natural kinds are an important topic
in current philosophical debate.
Previous work on kinds has looked at
the relationship between concepts of
kinds and the contents of the world.
This edited collection examines kinds
from a new focal point, that of the
empirical activities and categorizations
used by scientists to defne them.
Contributors
Jordi Cat, Hasok Chang, Sally Haslanger,
Joyce Havstad, Sergio Fernando Martinez
Muoz, Bernhard Nickel, Josipa Petrunic,
Samuli Pyhnen, Thomas Reydon,
Quayshawn Spencer, Jacqueline Sullivan,
Michael Wheeler and Rasmus Grnfeldt
Winther
Readership
Philosophy of Science
History and Philosophy of Biology
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2015
HB 978 1 84893 540 2: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/naturalkinds
Literature/Philosophy
NEW SERIES
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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.
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Spaceship Earth in the
Environmental Age,
19601990
Sabine Hhler
Spaceship Earth was a key metaphor
in the late twentieth-century debate
over the worlds resources and the
future of humankind. This idea of
the earth as a vessel in space came
of age in an era shaped by space
travel and the Cold War. Hhlers
study innovatively brings together
technology, science and ecology
to explore the way this latter-day
ark was invoked by politicians,
environmentalists, cultural historians,
writers of science fction and many
others across three decades.
Readership
Philosophy of Science, Environmental
Science, Social Studies, History of
Science, Political History, Cultural
History
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 509 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/spaceship
The Future of Scientifc
Practice: Bio-Techno-Logos
Editor: Marta Bertolaso
Focusing on cell dynamics,
molecular medicine and robotics,
contributors explore the interplay
between biological, technological and
theoretical ways of thinking. They
argue that the direction of modern
science means that these areas can no
longer be explored independently but
must be integrated if we are to better
understand the world. The collection
makes a strong contribution to current
debates in the philosophy of science
and the changing role of scientifc
practice.
Contributors
Dino Accoto, Marta Bertolaso, Marco
Buzzoni, Antonio Diguez, Federico Boem,
Giovanni Boniolo, Giampaolo Ghilardi,
Alessandro Giuliani, Wenceslao J Gonzalez,
Sui Huang, Alfredo Marcos, Miles McLeod,
Vincent C Mller, Zsuzsa Pavelka and
Kumar Selvarajoo
Readership
Philosophy of Science, Biology
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2015
HB 978 1 84893 562 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/BTL
Scientists Expertise as
Performance: Between State and
Society, 18601960
Editors: Joris Vandendriessche,
Evert Peeters and Kaat Wils
The essays in this collection explore
our reliance on experts within a
historical context and across a wide
range of felds, including agriculture,
engineering, health sciences and
labour management. Contributors
argue that experts were highly
aware of their audiences and used
performance to gain both scientifc
and popular support.
Contributors
Jennifer Karns Alexander, Katia Bruisch,
Raf de Bont, Margo De Koster, David Freis,
Graeme Gooday, Frank Huisman, Martin
Kohlrausch, Per Lundin, David Niget,
Niklas Stenls and Martin Theaker
Readership
History of Science, Social History,
Cultural History, Historical
Geography, Sociology
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2015
HB 978 1 84893 527 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/expertise
The Mysterious Science of the
Sea, 17751943
Natascha Adamowsky
The depths of the oceans are the
last example of terra incognita on
earth. Adamowsky presents a study
of the sea, arguing that contrary to
popular belief post-Enlightenment
discourse on the sea was still subject to
mystery and wonder, and not wholly
rationalized by science. She portrays
the sea as a theatre of mystery,
accessible only with considerable
technological effort. It is this
unknowable quality which locates the
sea at the intersection between science
and our imagination.
Readership
History of Science, Philosophy of
Science, Oceanography
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
c.256pp: 234x156: June 2015
HB 978 1 84893 532 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/sea
Philosophy
NEW SERIES
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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.
14
Hegel, Love and Forgiveness:
Positive Recognition in German Idealism
Liz Disley
This study offers a new interpretation
of Hegelian recognition a central
tenet of German Idealism focusing
on positive ethical behaviours, such
as love and forgiveness. Building on
the work of Simone de Beauvoir and
Jean-Paul Sartre, Disley reassesses
Hegels work on the subject/object
dialectic and the previously neglected
theological dimensions of his work.
Her new interpretation offers
an innovative reading of Hegels
stance on the relationship between
intersubjectivity, forgiveness and
repentance in his social theory.
Readership
Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion,
Theology, Idealism
Pickering Studies in Philosophy of Religion
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 520 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/hegel
Galileo and the Confict
between Religion and Science
Gregory W Dawes
Recent literature on the relationship
between religion and science has
favoured the idea that the two can
exist in harmony. This study takes the
opposing view, arguing that religions
claim to a knowledge which transcends
scientifc reason, means discord is
always likely to exist. Using Galileos
confict with the church as a starting
point, Dawes engages with issues
of religious faith, Biblical authority,
divine revelation and the evolving
nature of both science and theology.
Readership
Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of
Science, History of Science
Pickering Studies in Philosophy of Religion
c.256pp: 234x156: October 2015
HB 978 1 84893 556 3: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/galileo
The Globalization of Space:
Foucault and Heterotopia
Editors: Mariangela Palladino and
John Miller
The work of Michel Foucault has been
infuential in the analysis of space in a
variety of disciplines, most notably in
geography and politics. This collection
of essays is the frst to focus on what
Foucault termed heterotopias, spaces
that exhibit multiple layers of meaning
and reveal tensions within society.
Contributors explore the concept of
heterotopia by examining a range of
contested spaces, including foating
asylums, hospitals, nomadic camps,
wind farms and national borders.
Contributors
Stella Bolaki, Tom Bristow, Iain Chambers,
Fabienne Collignon, Abdulrazak Gurnah,
Diane Morgan, Mauro Pala, Roger Palmer
and Zo Wicomb
Readership
Philosophy, Literary Studies, History
of Medicine, Postcolonial Studies
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 462 7: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/heterotopia
Cultural Histories of
Sociabilities, Spaces and
Mobilities
Editor: Colin Divall
Exploring how and why attitudes
towards movement have evolved
across generations, the case studies
in this essay collection range from
medieval to modern times and cover
several continents.
Contributors
Birgit Braasch, Greet De Block, Stefan
Hhne, Kevin J James, Ulrike Krampl,
Gordon Pirie, Emily Price, Virginia Scharff,
Heidi Seetzen, Jennifer Sime, Adelina
Stefan, Nobuko Toyosawa, Margaret Walsh
and Dhan Zunino Singh
Readership
Historical Geography, Social History,
Cultural History
Studies for the International Society for Cultural
History
c.256pp: 234x156: January 2015
HB 978 1 84893 525 9: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/mobilities
NEW SERIES
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Pickering Studies
in Philosophy of
Religion
Series Editor: Russell Re
Manning
This series embraces new research
that engages with historically and
theologically informed perspectives
and which goes beyond the confnes
of mainstream analytical philosophy
of religion. Overall, the series
presents works that broaden the
scope of the subject, creating new
directions for further research.
Philosophy
15
Intentionality and Myths of
the Given: Between Pragmatism and
Phenomenology
Carl B Sachs
Intentionality is one of the central
problems of modern philosophy.
How can a thought, action or belief
be about something? Sachs draws on
the work of Wilfrid Sellars, C I Lewis
and Maurice Merleau-Ponty to build
a new theory of intentionality that
solves many of the problems faced
by traditional conceptions. In doing
so, he sheds new light on Sellarss
infuential arguments concerning the
Myth of the Given and shows how
we can build a productive discourse
between American pragmatism,
analytical philosophy and European
phenomenology.
Readership
Philosophy, Pragmatism,
Phenomenology
Studies in American Philosophy
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2014
HB 978 1 84893 507 5: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/intentionality
Richard Rorty, Liberalism
and Cosmopolitanism
David E McClean
Richard Rorty was one of the
most controversial and infuential
philosophers of the late twentieth
century. Known primarily for his
attacks on truth and the idea that
knowledge is a mirror of nature, his
contribution as a humanist and a great
moralist has been overlooked by recent
scholarship. McClean re-evaluates
Rortys work in the light of his liberal
cosmopolitan outlook, showing how it
can be applied to a range of social and
political issues, including international
terrorism, religious fundamentalism,
neo-liberalism, sexual politics and
business culture.
Readership
Philosophy, Cultural History, Political
History
Studies in American Philosophy
c.256pp: 234x156: December 2014
HB 978 1 84893 489 4: 60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/rorty
Wall Street, Reforming the
Unreformable:
An Ethical Perspective
David E McClean
The scandals of recent years have led
to a variety of reforms to fnancial
institutions. But without an industry-
wide commitment to something other
than pure proft, calls for a greater
emphasis on ethics will be largely
ignored. McClean argues that a
collective move towards stewardship is
necessary to restore ethical behaviour
and public confdence. Drawing on
practical examples and offering new
policy recommendations, this unique
philosophical study paints a picture of
what a truly ethical trading culture of
the future might look like.
Readership
Philosophy, Banking, History of
Economics
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Jewish Religious Thinking as
Devotional Intelligence:
A Philosophical Essay
Phillip Stambovsky
This study aims to establish, on
philosophical grounds, the intellectual
legitimacy of Jewish religious thinking.
Moving away from the modern
western focus on reason, Stambovsky
builds on the work of Aristotle,
Maimonides and Hegel to situate
Jewish devotional thinking within a
science of knowing.
Readership
Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion,
Judaism
Theology and Philosophy
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2015
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Philosophy
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Studies in
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Philosophy
Series Editors: Willem deVries
and Henry Jackman
America as a nation has had a huge
infuence on the development of
modern philosophy. This series of
monographs and essay collections
covers all aspects of this distinctive
national tradition from both historical
and theoretical perspectives.
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Theology and
Philosophy
Series Editors: Craig
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and Meena Sharify-Funk
This series promotes work at the
interface of theology and philosophy,
across all philosophical traditions
and all religions. It publishes works
in philosophical theology, philosophy
of religion, and studies that
engage sacred texts in theological-
philosophical dialogue.
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Memoirs of the Court of
George III
General Editor: Michael Kassler
George III was one of the longest
reigning British monarchs, ruling
over most of the English-speaking
world from 1760 to 1820. Despite his
longevity, Georges reign was one of
turmoil. This edition presents four
frst-hand accounts which record
signifcant events, including the
American and French Revolutions and
the madness of George III.
Charlotte Papendieks memoirs cover
the frst thirty years of George IIIs
reign, while Mary Delanys letters
provide a vivid portrait of her years at
Windsor. Lucy Kennedy was another
long-serving member of court whose
previously unpublished diary provides
a great deal of new detail about the
Kings illness. Finally, the Queen
herself provides further insights in the
only two extant volumes of her diaries,
published here for the frst time.
All texts are rare, frst-hand accounts
from those close to George III
Two volumes are editions of previously
unpublished manuscripts
Queen Charlottes diaries are newly
transcribed from the Royal Archives
Full editorial apparatus
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies, British
History, Empire Studies, Womens
Writing
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: March 2015
978 1 84893 469 6: 350/$625
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The Early English Caribbean,
15701700
Editors: Carla Gardina Pestana
and Sharon V Salinger
The West Indies has captured
the English imagination since the
beginning of the sixteenth century.
The Caribbean held both enormous
potential and serious danger. Pirates,
drawn by the possibility of riches,
operated in the region, disease and
disaster were rife and the Spanish
were prepared to defend their colonies
by force. In spite of such obstacles
Englands Caribbean colonies became
the most proftable of her New World
empire. Merchants and settlers
arrived and bought land, they set up
plantations, they traded in sugar and
slaves.
Contains over 100 rare texts, most
published in full
Sources include pamphlets, sermons,
letters, broadsides, offcial memoranda
and government acts
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
Early Modern Studies, Empire Studies
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2014
978 1 84893 435 1: 350/$625
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Family Life in England and
America, 16901820
Editors: Rachel Cope, Amy Harris
and Jane Hinckley
By studying the family we can increase
our understanding of everything from
democracy and capitalism to race,
gender, class, violence, religion and
death. This collection brings together
sources from both sides of the Atlantic
and from a wide variety of regional
archives. It is the frst collection of its
kind, allowing comparisons between
the development of the family in
England and America during a time of
signifcant change.
Contains over 200 texts, sourced from
more than thirty archives across Britain
and America
75% of texts come from manuscript
material, all of which are newly
transcribed
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
Social History, Eighteenth-Century
Studies, American History
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: May 2015
978 1 84893 474 0: 350/$625
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The Making of the Modern Police, 17801914, Part II
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.
Part II of the edition focuses on the policing of entertainments, crowd control and
public order, and the development of detective policing.
Sources include correspondence, pamphlets, parliamentary records, police memoranda
and notebooks, speeches, fybills and memoirs
More than a third of the texts are previously unpublished
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated index in the fnal volume
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Studies, Criminology
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: October 2014
978 1 84893 372 9: 275/$495
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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
when the two rival Grand Lodges the
Antients and Moderns combined
to form the United Grand Lodge of
England.
Includes more than 550 texts
Material is rare and much comes from
unpublished manuscript sources held in
Masonic archives
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
Eighteenth-Century Studies, The
Enlightenment, Empire Studies,
Religious History, Social History
5 Volume Set
c.2000pp: 234x156: June 2015
978 1 84893 377 4: 450/$795
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British Economic
Development in South East
Asia, 18801939
Editor: David Sunderland
The shift in fnancial power from the
United States to the East has led to
increasing academic attention on
the history of Asian economies. The
booming tiger economies of the late
twentieth century have their origins
in the colonial period when many of
their industries and much of their
infrastructure was frst established.
This primary resource collection
focuses on the economic development
of the areas of South East Asia
with which Britain had a trading
relationship Borneo, Brunei, Burma,
Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
Almost 100 rare texts from fve archives
Includes government reports,
pamphlets, memoranda, newspaper/
journal articles and campaign papers
Western and Asian perspectives
presented
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
Economic History, Empire Studies,
South East Asian History
3 Volume Set
1392pp: 234x156: September 2014
978 1 84893 488 7: 350/$625
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The Chinese Journals of L K
Little, 194354: An Eyewitness
Account of War and Revolution
Editors: Robert Bickers and
Chihyun Chang
Lester Knox Little (18921981) was a
key player in mid-twentieth-century
Sino-American relations. The last
foreign Inspector-General at the
Chinese Maritime Customs Service, he
witnessed at close quarters the end of
the colonial era and the formation of
the Communist state.
Little kept a detailed journal of his
time in China and Taiwan. Covering
the years 1943 to 1954 it provides
rich new materials for understanding
conditions in Chongqing and post-
war Shanghai and those involved in
reconstructing post-war China.
Volumes are made up of previously
unpublished material, held privately
Diaries provide a frst-hand account of a
critical time in Chinese history
Glossary of Chinese and English names
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
Modern China, World War II, Social
History, Political History, American
Studies
The Making of Modern China
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: April 2015
978 1 84893 487 0: 350/$625
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Major Works
Womens Travel Writings in North Africa and the Middle East,
Part II
Editor: Betty Hagglund
Part II of this edition reproduces The Tour of Africa, frst published in 1821 by
Catherine Hutton. Although framed as a frst-person narrative, the three-volume
work is in fact a compilation of existing travel accounts. Extracts are woven together
without attribution, creating a mixture of fact and fction. A more complex text than
it initially appears, Huttons Tour raises challenging questions about intertextuality
in nineteenth-century womens travel writing.
Texts are reproduced in facsimile with full scholarly apparatus
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated index in the fnal volume
Readership
Literature, Romanticism, Womens Writing
Chawton House Library: Womens Travel Writings
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: March 2015
978 1 84893 022 3: 275/$495
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The Econometrics of
Ragnar Frisch
Editor: Olav Bjerkholt
Ragnar Frisch (18951973) was one
of the most important economists
of the twentieth century. He was
responsible for defning the discipline
of econometrics (the application of
statistical and mathematical models in
economics). He also brought the terms
macro- and micro-economics into
the vocabulary of economists. In 1969
he was awarded jointly with Jan
Tinbergen the frst Nobel Prize for
Economics.
This edition presents a documentary
history of the founding of the
Econometric Society based on
Frischs extensive correspondence
and personal records. It also includes
newly edited scholarly editions
of all Frischs key works on the
establishment of econometric theory
in its modern form.
Presents two key texts in their
original French versions which differ
signifcantly from later English
translations
Substantial introductory material is
included
Material is newly transcribed
All texts are newly annotated
A consolidated index appears in the fnal
volume
Readership
Economics, History of Economic
Thought
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: July 2015
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The Correspondence of
John Tyndall
General Editors: James Elwick,
Bernard Lightman and
Michael S Reidy
John Tyndall (182093) was one
of the most infuential scientists of
the nineteenth century. Primarily a
physicist, he was also one of a group of
powerful intellectuals who defended
Darwin against his critics. His
correspondents read like a whos who
of international nineteenth-century
science and include: Charles Babbage,
J D Hooker, Thomas Henry Huxley,
Charles Lyell, Louis Pasteur, Robert
Koch and Bertrand Russell. This series
will allow scholars to re-establish
Tyndall amongst his contemporaries.
Series presents over 7,000 letters
sourced from archives and private
collections around the world
Letters are newly transcribed by an
international editorial team
Includes correspondence from
signifcant fgures of the Victorian
scientifc community
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
History of Science, Physics, Victorian
Studies
The Pickering Masters
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The Letters of Philip Webb
Editor: John Aplin
Philip Webb (18311915) was a British
architect known as a founder of the
Arts and Crafts movement and also
a key member of the Pre-Raphaelite
circle. He had a long association, both
professionally and personally, with
William Morris and his family as well
as becoming treasurer of Morriss
revolutionary Socialist League. Webb
was responsible for the design of the
hugely infuential Red House, the
Morris familys frst home. It was
through Morris that Webb became
connected with Dante Gabriel Rossetti
and Edward Burne-Jones, amongst
others.
Contains over 900 letters, all newly
transcribed
Archives consulted include the British
Library, the Courtauld Institute,
the William Morris Gallery and
the Huntington Library
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Studies,
Political History, History of Art and
Architecture, Social History
The Pickering Masters
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2015
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The Inspirationists, 17141932
Editor: Peter Hoehnle
The Community of True Inspiration, or Inspirationists, was one of the most
successful religious communities in the United States. The Inspirationists embraced
communal ownership of property in imitation of the frst Christian communities in
the Book of Acts. They were pacifstic and refused to swear any oaths. Marriage was
allowed with the approval of church Elders and only from within the membership of
the community. This collection offers a broad variety of rare Inspirationist texts.
Contains over 100 sources, none of them previously published in English
Sources come from the Amana Church Archives, the Amana Heritage Society, the Western
Reserve Historical Society, Hamilton College and the University of Iowa
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated index in the fnal volume
Readership
American Studies, Religious History
American Communal Societies
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: April 2015
978 1 84893 512 9: 275/$495
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Womens University
Narratives, 18901945
Editor: Anna Bogen
From the late nineteenth century
women began to have some level of
acceptance at British universities.
Newly admitted to Oxford and
Cambridge, their numbers were
relatively small and their gains were
hard won and fercely contested.
Stories about womens lives and
experiences while at university proved
extremely popular. These works
contributed not only to the formation
of public opinion about education but
also sparked debate about many wider
social and cultural issues.
Texts are rare and have not been
reprinted since original publication
Provides new insight in to the history of
womens education
Contributes signifcantly to growing
scholarly interest in middlebrow
literature
Full editorial apparatus
Readership
Literature, Womens Studies, Womens
Writing
Part I: 4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2014
978 1 84893 522 8: 350/$625
Part II: 4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2015
978 1 84893 523 5: 350/$625
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Selected Letters of Vernon
Lee, 18561935, Volume 1
Editors: Amanda Gagel and
Sophie Geoffroy
Vernon Lee was the pen name of Violet
Paget (18561935). Although she
spent the majority of her life in Italy,
Lee played a signifcant part in the
British intellectual and literary world.
She was an active correspondent and
commentator who included many
well-known fgures among her circle.
These included Roger Fry, Lytton
Strachey, George Bernard Shaw, John
Maynard Keynes, Ottoline Morrell,
Edith Wharton, H G Wells, Romain
Rolland, Daniel Halvy, Walter Pater,
Gaetano Salvemini, Henry James, Amy
Levy, Mary Robinson and Isabella
Stuart Gardner.
Most letters newly transcribed
Letters written in Italian, French and
German are translated for the frst time
Offers valuable new insight into the
Bloomsbury group
Full editorial apparatus + consolidated
index in the fnal volume
Readership
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Nineteenth-Century Studies
The Pickering Masters
c.400pp: 234x156: September 2015
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The Miscellaneous Writings
of Tobias Smollett
Editors: O M Brack, Leslie Chilton
and Walter H Keithley
Tobias Smollett (172171) is best
known as a novelist, however this
prolifc and talented author was
also a notable historian, literary
critic, translator, medical writer and
satirist. This volume will help reassess
Smollett by presenting some of his
most signifcant writings in a new
critical edition. Most of these texts
have not been republished since the
eighteenth century.
First critical edition of these writings
Allows reassessment of Smollett as a
critic, reviewer and novelist
Final project of the late O M Brack, Jr
whose editions of Smollett and Samuel
Johnson are defnitive
Full editorial apparatus
Readership
Literature, Eighteenth-Century Studies
The Pickering Masters
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Major Works
Letters from England:
by Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella
Editor: Carol Bolton
In 1807 the poet, reviewer and translator Robert Southey (17741843) published a
pseudonymous account of a journey made through England by a fctitious Spanish
tourist, Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella. Letters from England (1807) blurs the
boundaries of fact and fction to produce a complex work of literary merit there
is no other prose work of its kind during the Romantic period. Among the topics
covered are: provincial customs; political intrigues; theatre and sports; religious
sects; poverty and criminality in urban centres; scientifc and medical progress;
Georgian London; social change; and the state of the army and navy.
First fully annotated, critical edition of Letters from England to be published.
Presents a little known side of Southey, as a humorous prose writer and social
commentator
Full editorial apparatus, including textual variants
Readership
Romanticism, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Travel Writing
The Pickering Masters
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The Selected Works of
Margaret Oliphant, Part V
General Editors: Joanne Shattock
and Elisabeth Jay
Margaret Oliphant (182897) had
a wide-ranging and prolifc literary
career that spanned almost ffty years.
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-fction genres.
Part V presents three of her major
novels: Hester (1883), The Wizards
Son (1884) and Kirsteen (1890).
Written at a time of great hardship,
these later novels nonetheless attest to
her continued status as a gifted writer
of domestic, character-driven stories.
Consistent and thorough editorial policy
across all texts
Textual variants for all lifetime editions
(in many cases these are substantial and
signifcant)
Full editorial apparatus
Readership
Nineteenth-Century Literature,
Womens Writing
The Pickering Masters
3 Volume Set
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The Collected Letters of Ellen
Terry, Volume 6
Editor: Katharine Cockin
Ellen Terry (18471928) was one of
the frst modern stars of the British
stage. The controversies of her private
life were numerous: elopement,
cohabitation, single-motherhood and
multiple marriages.
Terrys correspondence is exuberant
and extensive, providing a fascinating
insight into the dynamics of the
Victorian theatre, and the life of a
woman maintaining a successful
public persona whilst raising two
illegitimate children.
Volume 6 covers the period 191428
and includes much of interest to those
researching the impact of the First
World War and its aftermath.
Letters are transcribed verbatim,
retaining the idiosyncrasies of Terrys
style and the immediacy of her prose
Letters are addressed to more than sixty
correspondents, including many famous
fgures of the day
Contains indices of addressees,
theatrical associates, theatres and plays
Readership
Theatre History, Literature, Womens
Studies, First World War
The Pickering Masters
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The Collected Poems of
Anna Seward
Editor: Lisa L Moore
This critical edition of the poems of
Anna Seward (17421809)
re-establishes one of the most
popular and prolifc poets of the early
Romantic period. Her work infuenced
Charlotte Smith and Mary Robinson
and later both Wordsworth and
Coleridge.
Her reputation was so high that Sir
Walter Scott edited the posthumous
edition of her poems in 1810. Unlike
Scotts edition this volume will allow
readers to experience the poems as
they were frst published and will also
include a large number of poems that
are either previously unpublished or
were excised by Scott from the 1810
edition.
First critical edition of these poems
Includes unpublished poems and
poems Scott excluded contrary to
Sewards wishes
Presents the poems according to their
original publication
Full editorial apparatus
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Literature, Eighteenth-Century,
Studies, Romanticism
The Pickering Masters
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Battles Over Free Trade: Anglo-American
Experiences with International Trade, 17762006
This reset edition charts the evolution of free trade from
the publication of Adam Smiths The Wealth of Nations
in 1776, to the twenty-frst century. Documents address
the relationship between trade and politics, the role of
international regulation, domestic concerns about foreign
competition and multilateral trade agreements.
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Bluestocking Feminism: Writings of the
Bluestocking Circle, 173890
the best editions yet produced of Carter, Montagu
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achievements of Seward, Reeve and Scott
Times Literary Supplement
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Chartist Movement in Britain, 18381856
Few scholars can match Claeyss ability to render
19th-century radicalism and socialism coherent
London Review of Books
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Lives of Victorian Literary Figures, Part
IV: Henry James, Edith Wharton and Oscar Wilde
by their Contemporaries
This three-volume facsimile set collects contemporary
memoirs, biographies and ephemera relating to Oscar Wilde,
Henry James and Edith Wharton, bringing them alive
through the eyes of their contemporaries.
Lives of Victorian Literary Figures
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Narratives of the Poor in Eighteenth-
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Journal of Historical Geography
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The Works of Charlotte Smith, Part I
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(17) The Economies of Latin America; (18) Meat, Commerce
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(21) Welfare and Old Age in Europe and North America;
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Writing the Empire; (4)
Adam Ferguson: History,
Progress and Human
Nature; (5) Charlotte Smith
in British Romanticism;
(6) The Scottish People and
the French Revolution; (7) The English Deists; (8) Adam
Ferguson: Philosophy, Politics and Society; (9) Rhyming
Reason; (10) Liberating Medicine, 17201835; (11) John
Thelwall; (12) The Evolution of Sympathy in the Long
Eighteenth Century; (13) Enlightenment and Modernity;
(14) William Wickham, Master Spy; (15) The Edinburgh
Review in the Literary Culture of Romantic Britain; (16)
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(18) The Language of Whiggism; (19) Romantic Localities;
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Title Index
Adolphe Quetelet, Social Physics and the
Average Men of Science,
17961874 8
Aestheticism and the Marriage Market in
Victorian Popular Fiction 10
Asian Imperial Banking History 3
Before Blackwoods 11
British Books in France Before and After the
Revolution 10
British Economic Development in South
East Asia, 18801939 17
British Freemasonry, 17171813 17
British Historians and National Identity 9
British Masculinity and the YMCA,
18441914 7
Calvinism, Reform and the Absolutist State
in Elizabethan Ireland 6
Chinese Journals of L K Little,
194354, The 17
Collected Letters of Ellen Terry, The 20
Collected Poems of Anna Seward, The 20
Confessions of the Nun of St Omer, The 12
Consuls and the Institutions of Global
Capitalism, 17831914 5
Correspondence of John Tyndall, The 18
Cultural Histories of Sociabilities, Spaces
and Mobilities 14
Development and Financial Reform in
Emerging Economies 4
Development Economics in the
Twenty-First Century 5
Development of Scientifc Marketing in the
Twentieth Century, The 8
Domestic Fiction in Colonial Australia and
New Zealand 10
Early English Caribbean, 15701700,
The 16
Early Modern Trading Networks in
Europe 5
Econometrics of Ragnar Frisch, The 18
Economics and Other Branches In the
Shade of the Oak Tree 4
Family Life in England and America,
16901820 16
Financial Crisis and the Failure of Economic
Theory 3
Financial Innovation, Regulation and Crises
in History 3
Future of Scientifc Practice, The 13
Galileo and the Confict between Religion
and Science 14
Globalization of Space, The 14
Gothic Novel and the Stage, The 10
Hegel, Love and Forgiveness 14
Henri Fayol, the Manager 5
History of Drink and the English,
15002000, A 6
Indulgences after Luther 6
Infanticide and Abortion in Early Modern
Germany 7
Insanity and the Lunatic Asylum in the
Nineteenth Century 7
Inspirationists, 17141932, The 18
Intentionality and Myths of the Given 15
Invisible Hand of Power, The 4
James Orr, Poet and Irish Radical 11
Jewish Religious Thinking as Devotional
Intelligence 15
Knowing Nature in Early Modern Europe 9
Letters from England 19
Letters of Philip Webb, The 18
Living with Jacobitism, 16901788 6
Making of the Modern Police,
17801914, The 16
Malvina 12
Mary Wollstonecraft and Feminist
Republicanism 11
Memoirs of the Court of George III 16
Merchant Communities in Asia,
16001980 5
Miscellaneous Writings of Tobias
Smollett, The 19
Modern Architecture and Religious
Communities, 18501970 7
Modernism, Middlebrow and the
Literary Canon 10
Mysterious Science of the Sea,
17751943, The 13
Natural Kinds and Classifcation in
Scientifc Practice 12
New Man, Masculinity and Marriage in the
Victorian Novel, The 10
Persistence of Beauty, The 12
Philanthropy and the Funding of the Church
of England, 18561914 5
Problem of Production, The 4
Prostitution and Social Control in
Eighteenth-Century Ports 7
Quakers and their Allies in the Abolitionist
Cause, 17541808 9
Reading Robert Burns 11
Renaissance Ethics of Music, The 6
Richard Rorty, Liberalism and
Cosmopolitanism 15
Rockefeller Foundation, Public Health and
International Diplomacy,
19201945, The 8
Scientists Expertise as Performance 13
Secularism, Islam and Education in
India, 18301910 9
Selected Letters of Vernon Lee,
18561935 19
Selected Works of Margaret Oliphant,
The 20
Spaceship Earth in the Environmental
Age, 19601990 13
Stress in Post-War Britain 8
Venice Myth, The 12
Victorian Literature and the Physics of the
Imponderable 8
Victorian Medicine and Popular Culture 8
Wall Street, Reforming the Unreformable 15
Warfare and Tracking in Africa,
19521990 9
William Cobbett, Romanticism and the
Enlightenment 11
Womens Travel Writings in North Africa
and the Middle East 17
Womens University Narratives,
18901945 19
Worship, Civil War and Community,
16381660 6
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