Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History

This series of monographs and studies covers a wide variety of historical themes from the sixteenth through to the early nineteenth century. It aims to publish intellectually stimulating works of scholarship that will make a major original contribution to the field, whether through innovative conceptual, theoretical or methodological approaches or groundbreaking work on hitherto unexplored sources. By publishing work on cultural and social as well as political history, the series aims to break down some of the barriers that have traditionally existed between these various subfields. In addition, the series particularly welcomes studies which set the past in a more international or global context, such as for example works that link the histories of early modern Britain and Ireland to Europe, to the Americas or to the British empire.

Series Editors

Professor Tim Harris
Munro-Goodwin Wilkinson Professor in European History
Department of History; Box N
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
USA
tim_harris@brown.edu

Professor Stephen Taylor
Department of History
Durham University
43 North Bailey
Durham, DH1 3EX
UK
s.j.c.taylor@durham.ac.uk

Professor Andy Wood
Department of History
Durham University
43 North Bailey
Durham, DH1 3EX
UK
andrew.wood@durham.ac.uk

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