Category: Early Modern and Modern History

Globalized Peripheries

Globalized Peripheries

Published last summer, Globalized Peripheries appears in our People, Markets, Goods: Economies and Societies in History series published in association with the Economic History Society. These volumes are all paperback… READ MORE

Financing Cotton

Financing Cotton

Industrial growth, dominance and eventual decay is a familiar pattern in most countries. But what happens to the finances – the profit and loss – behind these industries? How were… READ MORE

Learned Lives in England, 1900-1950

Learned Lives in England, 1900-1950

William Lubenow’s latest book (his third for Boydell) explores the tangled relationships between knowledge and politics during the first fifty years of the twentieth century. His fascinating study covers universities… READ MORE

Our Sixties

Our Sixties

Our Sixties: An Activist’s History publishes on October 1, 2020. In it, author Paul Lauter uses his wide-ranging experience as an activist and writer to examine the values, exploits, victories, implications,… READ MORE

The Books of…Michael Snape

The Books of…Michael Snape

Michael Snape is Durham University’s inaugural Michael Ramsey Professor of Anglican Studies and author and editor of three volumes with Boydell. God and Uncle Sam This huge, acclaimed work examines… READ MORE

The Wings of Atalanta

The Wings of Atalanta

My book proceeds from two premises. The first is that America is an imaginary place with real people living in it (to adapt a line from Marianne Moore’s “Poetry”). Such… READ MORE

Studies in History

Studies in History

Christine Linehan was the long-serving executive editor of the Royal Historical Society’s Studies in History series, a role which – as her following account suggests – covered a wide range… READ MORE