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Contents Historiography, Theory & Methods......................................... 2 British & Irish History............................................................ 3 European History................................................................... 8 African History.....................................................................16 Asian History........................................................................17 World & Comparative History...............................................20 Imperial & Colonial History..................................................23 History of War......................................................................25 Holocaust & Genocide Studies..............................................28 Major Reference Works........................................................30 Representatives, Agents & Distributors................................39 Editorial Contacts................................................................40

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H I S T O R I O G R A P H Y, T H E O R Y & M E T H O D S

New Directions in Social and Cultural History

Global History, Globally

Edited by Sasha Handley, University of Manchester, UK, Rohan McWilliam, Anglia Ruskin University, UK & Lucy Noakes, University of Essex, UK

Edited by Sven Beckert, Harvard University, USA & Dominic Sachsenmaier, Georg-AugustUniversity Göttingen, Germany

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In this exciting new text, leading historians reflect on key developments in their fields and argue for a range of ‘new directions’ in social and cultural history. Focusing on emerging areas of historical research such as the history of the emotions and environmental history, New Directions in Social and Cultural History is an invaluable guide to the current and future state of the field for all students and scholars of social and cultural history and historiography. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 304 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9781472580818 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781472580801 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781472580825 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472580832 Series: New Directions in Social and Cultural History • Bloomsbury Academic

Research and Practice around the World

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In recent years historians across the world have sought to transnationalize and globalize their perspectives on the past, but despite these efforts, the debates surrounding this movement have remained rather provincial in scope. Global History, Globally addresses this lacuna by surveying the state of global history in different world regions. Its chapters survey the practice of global history on all continents, review research in four core fields of global history and consider the problems that global historians have contended with. Collectively, they provide an unprecedented survey of the most dynamic field in the discipline of history. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 304 pages PB 9781350036345 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781350036352 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781350036369 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781350036376 Bloomsbury Academic

Histories on Screen

Theories of History

The Past and Present in Anglo-American Cinema and Television Edited by Sam Edwards, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, Faye Sayer, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK & Michael Dolski, Joint Prisoner of War-Missing in Action Accounting Command’s Central Identification Laboratory, USA Adapted by adaptor

How, as historians, should we ‘read’ a film? Histories on Screen answers this and other questions in a crucial volume for any history student. The book begins with a theoretical section that explores the ways in which films can be analysed and interrogated as primary sources, secondary sources or indeed as both. The larger second section then offers engaging case studies which put this theory into practice. Documentaries, films and television from Britain and the United States are examined and topics including gender, class, race, war, propaganda, national identity and memory.

History Read across the Humanities Edited by Michael J. Kelly, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA & Arthur Rose, University of Durham, UK Adapted by adaptor

This book considers ‘history’ through its supplementary function to the field rather than the ground of a study, bringing new insights into historical thinking and historiography across the humanities. It fosters engagement from around the disciplines in historical thinking and invites historians and philosophers of history to see the impact of their work outside of their own specific fields. Essays in this volume discuss music history, linguistics, dance studies, paintings, film and archaeology. This book is essential reading for those interested in the practice of history, philosophy and the humanities more broadly. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 272 pages HB 9781474271301 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474271325 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474271318 Bloomsbury Academic

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Churchill's Army

The Statesman as Artist

1939–1945 The Men, Machines and Organisation

David Cannadine Adapted by adaptor

Sir Winston Churchill was 40 before he discovered the pleasures of painting. Over a period of 48 years he produced more than 500 pictures, finding in art a welcome respite from politics and the ‘Black Dog’ of depression. This book, illustrated in full colour, contains his paintings and art reviews, some never before reprinted, his address to the Royal Academy and two essays by Augustus John and John Rothenstein. It is prefaced by a substantial introduction which draws on a wide variety of material from both the Churchill and Royal Academy archives, offering the most wide-ranging account yet written of Churchill the artist. UK January 2018 • US March 2018 • 256 pages • 2x16pp and 1x8pp colour plate sections HB 9781472945211 • £25.00 / $35.00 Individual eBook 9781472945228 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472945198 Bloomsbury Continuum World English

Churchill and Orwell The Fight for Freedom

Stephen Bull Adapted by adaptor

Winston Churchill is inextricably linked with the victorious British Army of 1939 to 1945. Yet hindsight, propaganda, and the imperative of the defeat of Hitler and Imperial Japan, have led to a tendency to oversimplify the image of Churchill the war leader, and ‘his’ Army. In this comprehensive book, Stephen Bull examines every aspect of the British Army during the Second World War, and considers in detail the strengths and weaknesses of an organisation that was tested to its limits on many fronts but made an immense contribution to the successful Allied outcome. UK September 2016 • US March 2017 • 368 pages • Black and white and colour photographs and illustrations throughout HB 9781844864003 • £40.00 / $60.00 Individual eBook 9781844863990 • £34.99 / $37.99 Library eBook 9781844863983 Conway

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Churchill

Richard III A Ruler and his Reputation David Horspool Adapted by adaptor

Thomas E. Ricks Adapted by adaptor

A New York Times bestseller. Despite differing political views, Churchill and Orwell had in common their commitment to fighting for individual freedom and democracy through their vision and inspired action. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Thomas E. Ricks argues in his dual-biography that these extraordinary men in British history are especially relevant today, revealing how they rose from unpopular positions to triumph over fascism and totalitarianism. Churchill may have played the larger role in Hitler’s defeat, but Orwell’s famous books 1984 and Animal Farm defined the stakes of the Cold War and continue to inspire. UK June 2017 • 352 pages HB 9780715652374 • £25.00 Individual eBook 9780715652381 ● £14.99 Duckworth Overlook World English (excluding USA/Canada)

Soho in the Eighties Christopher Howse Adapted by adaptor

The 1980s in Soho saw the brilliant flowering of a daily tragi-comedy in pubs like the Coach and Horses or the French and drinking clubs like the Colony Room. A cast less probable than any soap opera's extemporised a sharp, alcohol-fuelled script. Some were famous – Francis Bacon, Jeffrey Bernard, Tom Baker or Daniel Farson – others fell into obscurity. The bite beneath the hilarity came from lost spouses, lost jobs, homelessness and death. To Christopher Howse, caught up in high and low drama, Soho was home. While that Soho lasted, the time in those smoky rooms always seemed to be half past ten, not long to closing time. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 272 pages • Approx. 16 black-and-white photographs in plate section. HB 9781472914804 • £20.00 / $30.00 Individual eBook 9781472914811 • £17.99 / $18.99 Library eBook 9781472914828 Bloomsbury Continuum

Depicted unforgettably as ‘Crookback Dick’, Shakespeare’s hunchbacked fiend, the murderer of the Princes in the Tower and the warrior vanquished at the Battle of Bosworth Field, Richard III is one of England’s most enigmatic monarchs. Now, with the discovery in 2012 of Richard’s bones under a car park in Leicester, UK the obsession with this mysterious king has been further ignited. In this celebrated biography David Horspool examines the legend of King Richard as well as the man, providing a fascinating insight into one of England’s most elusive kings. UK April 2017 • US June 2017 • 336 pages • 5 black and white illustrations in the text PB 9781472946195 • £9.99 / $14.00 Previously published in HB 9781472902993 Individual eBook 9781620405116 • $9.99 Library eBook 9781472903013 Bloomsbury Continuum

1938: Modern Britain Social Change and Visions of the Future Michael John Law, University of Westminster, UK Adapted by adaptor

In 1938: Modern Britain, Michael John Law demonstrates that our understanding of life in Britain just before the Second World War has been almost completely overshadowed by the political events of the year. By considering topics as diverse as the opening of a new style of pub, the launch of a new magazine, the beginning of television and the stirrings of what was to become the NHS, he reveals a Britain that was on the path to becoming a modern nation, a process that was stopped in its tracks by war and the austerity that followed. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 208 pages • 21 bw illus PB 9781474285018 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781474285001 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474285025 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781474284998 Bloomsbury Academic

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When the Girls Come Out to Play

Women's Voices in Ireland

Teenage Working-Class Girls' Leisure between the Wars

Women's Magazines in the 1950s and 60s

Katharine Milcoy, University of Chichester, UK

Caitriona Clear, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland Adapted by adaptor

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This book is a unique reassessment of the social and cultural scene in inter-war England. By combing over the everyday practices of working-class girls in the period, focusing on the village of Bermondsey and including oral testimonies, Milcoy demonstrates the persistence and ingenuity with which these teenagers gained access to commercial leisure culture, from hairstyles and fashionable dress to films, music and dances. She shows how this access transformed the way young women rehearsed and contested their identities so that play - rather than work - became the primary mechanism for defining subjectivity and constructing femininity. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 176 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9781474279581 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781474279598 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474279611 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781474279604 Bloomsbury Academic

Gender, Culture and Politics in England, 1560-1640 Turning the World Upside Down Susan D. Amussen, University of California, Merced, USA & David E. Underdown, Yale University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Gender, Culture and Politics in England, 1560-1640 integrates social history, politics and literary culture to provide revealing insights into the lives of men and women in early modern England. Susan D. Amussen and David E. Underdown examine familiar chaotic characters from the period, such as scolds, cuckolds and witches, and consider the disorder they create and how they turn the ordered world around them upside down in a very specific, gendered way. Using case studies from theatre, civic ritual and witchcraft, the book demonstrates how the idea of an upside down world permeates the mentality of early modern England. UK April 2017 • US April 2017 • 248 pages • 8 bw illus HB 9781350020672 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350020696 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350020689 Series: Cultures of Early Modern Europe • Bloomsbury Academic

Cecily Duchess of York

Women's Voices in Ireland examines the letters and problems sent in to two Irish women’s magazines in the 1950s and 60s. Although women’s representation in politics and public and their workforce participation remained low in this period, women who came of age from the late 1950s experienced a freedom which their mothers and aunts had never known. For example, diary and letters pages and problem pages in magazines enabled women to express their opinions. Clear’s analysis provides a unique insight into one of the few forums for female expression in Ireland during this period. UK June 2017 • US June 2017 • 208 pages • 16 bw illus PB 9781350039964 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474236683 Individual eBook 9781474236690 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474236706 Bloomsbury Academic

Female Philanthropy in the Interwar World Between Self and Other Eve Colpus, University of Southampton, UK Adapted by adaptor

Focusing on the stories of four remarkable Britishborn women - Evangeline Booth; Lettice Fisher; Emily Kinnaird; and Muriel Paget – Eve Colpus explores the social, cultural and political influence of women's philanthropy upon practices of social activism. This book is not only a new history of women's civic agency in the interwar period, but also a study of how female philanthropists explored approaches to identification and cultural difference that emphasized friendship in relation to interwar modernity. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 288 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9781474259682 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474259699 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474259705 Bloomsbury Academic

Youth and Popular Culture in 1950s Ireland Eleanor O’Leary, Institute of Technology, Carlow, Ireland Adapted by adaptor

J. L. Laynesmith, University of Reading, UK Adapted by adaptor

Here J. L. Laynesmith draws on a wealth of rarely considered sources to construct a fresh and revealing portrait of a remarkable woman. Cecily was the only major protagonist to live right through the Wars of the Roses. This book sheds new light on that bloody conflict in which Cecily proved herself an exceptional political survivor. Skillfully manipulating her family connections and contemporary ideas about womanhood, Cecily repeatedly reinvented herself to protect her own status and to ensure the security of those in her care. UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 288 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781474272254 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474272261 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474272278 Bloomsbury Academic

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Focusing on a decade in Irish history which has been largely overlooked, Youth and Popular Culture in 1950s Ireland provides the most complete account of the 1950s in Ireland, through the eyes of the young people who contributed, slowly but steadily, to the social and cultural transformation of Irish society. Examining the 1950s through the unique prism of youth culture and reconnecting the decade to the process of social and cultural transition in the second half of the 20th century, this book is a valuable contribution to the literature on 20th-century Irish history. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 272 pages • 12 bw illus HB 9781350015890 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350015906 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350015883 Bloomsbury Academic

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Series Editor: Ian Wood

The Irish Scholarly Presence at St. Gall

This series features concise books on current areas of debate in late antiquity/early medieval studies, covering history, archaeology, cultural and social studies, and the interfaces between them.

Saxon Identities, AD 150–900 Robert Flierman, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands Adapted by adaptor

This study explores the construction of Continental Saxon identity in late antique and early medieval writing. It traces this process over the course of eight centuries, from its earliest roots in Roman ethnography to its reinvention in the monasteries of ninth-century Saxony. Building on recent scholarship, this study emphasises not just the constructed and openended nature of barbarian identity, but also the crucial role played by texts as instruments and resources of identity-formation. UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 288 pages • 4 bw illus HB 9781350019454 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350019461 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350019478 Series: Studies in Early Medieval History • Bloomsbury Academic

Networks of Knowledge in the Early Middle Ages Sven Meeder, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Adapted by adaptor

The Carolingian period represented a Golden Age for the abbey of St Gall, an Alpine monastery in modern-day Switzerland. Among its books are several of Irish origin, while others contain works of learning originally written in Ireland. This study explores the practicalities of the spread of this Irish scholarship to St. Gall and the reception it received once there. In doing so, this book for the first time investigates a part of the network of knowledge that fed this important centre of learning with scholarship and offers a new viewpoint on the spread and reception of Irish learning in the Carolingian period.

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Studies in Early Medieval History

UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 256 pages • 6 bw illus HB 9781350038677 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350038691 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350038684 Series: Studies in Early Medieval History • Bloomsbury Academic

Reading the Bible in the Middle Ages Edited by Jinty Nelson, King's College London, UK & Damien Kempf, University of Liverpool, UK Adapted by adaptor

"This is an excellent collection of essays demonstrating a wide variety of ways in which medieval people experienced and used Scripture." William T. Flynn, University of Leeds, UK For earlier medieval Christians, the Bible was the book of guidance above all others, and the route to religious knowledge, used for all kinds of practical purposes, from divination to models of government in kingdom or household. This book’s focus is on how medieval people accessed Scripture by reading, but also by hearing and memorizing sound-bites from liturgy, chants, hymns, or sermons. Time, place and social class determined access to these varied forms of Scripture and this book’s contributors probe readers’ motivations, intellectual resources and religious concerns. UK March 2017 • US March 2017 • 296 pages PB 9781350036284 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474245722 Individual eBook 9781474245739 • £89.99 / $96.99 Library eBook 9781474245715 Series: Studies in Early Medieval History • Bloomsbury Academic

Access the history of intellectual thought in a single digital resource Featuring thinkers not only from dominant Anglo-American traditions, but also from neglected traditions usually absent from historical surveys of philosophy. Entries define “philosophers” in the widest sense including political scientists, literary critics, jurists, economists, and religious writers.

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Popular Catholicism in 20thCentury Ireland

The Foreign Political Press in Nineteenth-Century London

Locality, Identity and Culture

Politics from a Distance

Síle de Cléir, University of Limerick, Ireland

Edited by Constance Bantman, University of Surrey, UK & Ana Cláudia Suriani da Silva, University College London, UK

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For much of the 20th century, Catholics in Ireland spent significant amounts of time engaged in religious activities. This book documents their experience in Limerick city between the 1920s and 1960s, exploring the connections between their experience and the wider culture of an expanding and modernising urban environment. De Cléir uses a combination of in-depth interviews and historical ethnographic sources to reconstruct the day-to-day religious experience of people living in Limerick city. Popular Catholicism in 20th-century Ireland presents a fascinating new perspective on 20thcentury Irish social and religious history. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 264 pages • 14 b/w illustrations HB 9781350020597 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350020603 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350020580 Bloomsbury Academic

Leisure, Voluntary Action and Social Change in Britain, 18801939 Robert Snape, University of Bolton, UK Adapted by adaptor

This volume documents the cultural shift from aristocratic charitable philanthropy to the social service of the masses, and it teases out the intellectual influences underpinning the movement from figures like Matthew Arnold, John Ruskin, and William Morris. Leisure, Snape claims, has been a central and poorly recognised organizing force in British communities, from its developments at the grassroots and neighbourhood level to its rise in social pillars like the YMCA & YWCA, Working-men's Clubs, and the National Council of Social Service. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 224 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350003019 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350003026 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350003033 Bloomsbury Academic

Reflecting an interdisciplinary discussion between specialists from Canada, Brazil, Denmark and across the UK, this book offers a rare long-term perspective into the cosmopolitan and multilingual world of the foreign political press in London, with an emphasis on newspapers published in European languages. It furthers current research into political exile, the role of print culture and personal networks as intercultural agents and the dynamics of transnational political and cultural exchange in global capitals. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 256 pages • 18 bw illus HB 9781474258494 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474258517 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474258500 Bloomsbury Academic

The British Welfare Revolution, 1906-14 John Cooper, The Royal Historical Society, UK Adapted by adaptor

The welfare revolution of the early 20th century did not start with Clement Attlee’s Labour governments of 1945 to 1951 but had its origins in the Liberal government of forty years earlier. The British Welfare Revolution offers a fresh perspective on the social reforms introduced by these Liberal governments in the years 1906 to 1914 that created the foundations of the Welfare State and transformed modern Britain. This innovative study is essential reading for scholars of 20th-century British political and social history. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 368 pages HB 9781350025738 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350025752 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350025745 Bloomsbury Academic

The British in Interwar Germany

Medicine, the Penal System and Sexual Crimes in England, 19191960s

The Reluctant Occupiers, 1918-30

Diagnosing Deviance

David G. Williamson, Freelance Historian, UK

Janet Weston, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

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This new edition brings David Williamson’s study fully up-to-date and now contains a greater coverage of social history, as well as maps, illustrations and a useful glossary. The book analyses the British presence in Germany from the armistice until the end of the Rhineland occupation in 1930, drawing widely on a range of primary sources to explore the problems facing British military and civil officials, their attitudes towards the Germans and their relations with their allies. The book also examines the everyday lives of the British people in Germany and their interactions with the Germans.

Sexual crime, past and present, has always been close to the headlines. How those crimes are punished, policed and treated by society, however, has changed radically over time. This book traces the evolution of medical interest in the mental state of those convicted of sexual crime over the course of the century. Using a range of under-utilized material, including medical and criminological texts, trial proceedings, government reports, newspapers, and autobiographies and memoirs, Janet Weston offers powerful insights into changing attitudes towards sexuality, crime, and normal and healthy sexual behaviour.

UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 360 pages • 6 bw illus HB 9781472595829 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472595850 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472595843 Bloomsbury Academic

UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 240 pages HB 9781350021099 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350021082 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350021075 Bloomsbury Academic

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Policing Soldiers and Civilians Clive Emsley, Open University, UK Adapted by adaptor

Exporting British Policing During the Second World War is a comprehensive study of British military policing in liberated Europe during the Second World War. Preventing and detecting thefts, receiving and profiteering together with the maintenance of order in its broadest sense are, in the peacetime world, generally confided to the police. However, the Second World War witnessed the use of civilian police to create a detective division of the British Army’s Military Police (SIB), and the use of British civilian police, alongside American police, as Civil Affairs Officers to restore order and civil administration. UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 272 pages • 11 bw illus HB 9781350025011 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350025035 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350025028 Bloomsbury Academic

The Making of Consumer Culture in Modern Britain Peter Gurney, University of Essex, UK Adapted by adaptor

It is commonly accepted that the consumer is now centre stage in modern Britain, rather than the worker or producer. Consumer choice is widely regarded as the major source of self-definition and identity rather than productive activity. When and how did these profound changes occur? In what ways did the everyday consumer practices and forms of consumer organising adopted by both middle and working-class men and women shape the outcomes? This study of the making of consumer culture in Britain since 1800 explores these questions and introduces students to the major historical debates in this vibrant field. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 288 pages • 16 bw illus HB 9781441137210 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781441120175 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781441148308 Bloomsbury Academic

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Exporting British Policing During the Second World War

The Tudor Year British Human Rights Organizations and Soviet Dissent, 1965-1985 Mark Hurst, Lancaster University, UK Adapted by adaptor

This book examines the efforts of British activists who campaigned against Soviet human rights violations in the latter half of the 20th century, exploring how influential their activism was with the public and in the wider international conflict of the Cold War. Mark Hurst draws on extensive archival work and interviews with key activists and dissidents in this period. He examines the network of human rights activists in Britain, and convincingly argues that the Soviet dissident movement needs to be considered in an international context. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 264 pages PB 9781350054417 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472527288 Individual eBook 9781472522344 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472525161 Bloomsbury Academic

Everyday Britain in the 15th and 16th Centuries Jonathan Wright Adapted by adaptor

What was it like to be a Tudor? We know all about kings, adventurers and Renaissance literary giants, but what about the everyday men, women and children who had the (mis)fortune to live during that time? In this deeply researched, fascinating book Jonathan Wright explores the sometimes corrupt, often spectacular, but always fascinating landscape of a culture every bit as sophisticated and various as our own. Wright investigates every facet of Tudor daily life: leisure, festivals, trade, travel, superstition, birth, marriage and death for a new insight into the ordinary Tudor. UK March 2018 ● 400 pages HB 9780715652770 ● £25.00 Individual eBook 9780715652787 ● £9.99 Duckworth Overlook World English (excluding USA /Canada)

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The French Revolution and Napoleon

Constantinople

Crucible of the Modern World

Jonathan Harris, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

Lynn Hunt, University of California, Los Angeles, USA & Jack R. Censer, George Mason University, USA Adapted by adaptor

The French Revolution and Napoleon provides a global narrative history of events from 1789 until the fall of Napoleon. It emphasizes the global origins and consequences of the French Revolution and explains why it was a formative event for modern politics. The book integrates global competition, fiscal crisis, slavery, and the beginnings of nationalism, with a more traditional emphasis on human rights and constitutions, terror and violence, and the rise of authoritarianism. This global approach illustrates how the French Revolution changed all the political givens for Europe, the Americas, North Africa, and parts of Asia as well. UK September 2017 • US October 2017 • 256 pages • 22 bw illus PB 9781474213714 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781474213721 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474213745 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781474213738 Bloomsbury Academic

The History of Modern Spain Chronologies, Themes, Individuals Edited by José Alvarez Junco, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain & Adrian Shubert, York University, Toronto, Canada Adapted by adaptor

The History of Modern Spain is a comprehensive examination of Spain’s history from the beginning of the 19th century to the present day. Bringing together an impressive group of leading figures and emerging scholars in the field from the UK, the United States, Spain and other European countries, the book innovatively combines a strong and clear political narrative with chapters exploring a wide range of thematic topics, such as gender, family and sexuality, nations and nationalism, empire, environment, religion, migrations and Spain in world history. UK December 2017 • US January 2018 • 560 pages PB 9781472591975 • £26.99 / $36.95 • HB 9781472591982 • £80.00 / $108.00 Individual eBook 9781472592002 • £26.99 / $28.99 Library eBook 9781472591999 Bloomsbury Academic

Nationalism in Modern Europe Politics, Identity, and Belonging since the French Revolution Derek Hastings, Oakland University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Placing particular emphasis on transnational and comparative links, Nationalism in Modern Europe provides a clear and accessible history of the development of nationalism in Europe from the French Revolution to the present. It situates nationalist ideas and movements in Europe firmly within the context of other signifiers of identity and belonging – such as religion, race, and gender – while also providing comprehensive geographic coverage across Europe. It incorporates recent historiographical trends and debates as part of the discussion and includes 30 images, 10 maps and a range of primary source excerpts for classroom use. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 352 pages • 13 bw illus PB 9781474213394 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781474213387 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474213417 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781474213400 Bloomsbury Academic

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Capital of Byzantium Adapted by adaptor

Jonathan Harris’ new edition of the CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title, Constantinople, provides an updated and extended introduction to the history of Byzantium and its capital city. Accessible and engaging, the book breaks new ground by exploring Constantinople’s mystical dimensions and examining the relationship between the spiritual and political in the city. The second edition includes updates to historiography; archaeological developments; extra chapters on the 14th century; more material on the city's role in culture, education, international relations and everyday life; as well as new maps, images, source translation textboxes, and chronology. UK February 2017 • US February 2017 • 304 pages • 16 bw illus PB 9781474254649 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781474254656 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474254670 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781474254663 Bloomsbury Academic

The Modern Spain Sourcebook A Cultural History from 1600 to the Present Edited by Aurora G. Morcillo, María Asunción Gómez, Paula De La Cruz-Fernández, & José Manuel Morcillo-Gómez, all of Florida International University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Incorporating a wide range of visual and translated written sources, The Modern Spain Sourcebook documents Spain’s history from the Enlightenment to the present. The book is thematically arranged and includes six key primary sources on eleven significant areas of Spanish history, including the arts, work, education, religion, politics, sexuality and empire. UK January 2018 • US January 2018 • 256 pages • 12 bw illus PB 9781474268967 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781474268974 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474268998 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781474268981 Bloomsbury Academic

The Strange Death of Europe Immigration, Identity, Islam Douglas Murray Adapted by adaptor

The Strange Death of Europe is a highly personal account of a continent and culture caught in the act of self-destruction. Declining birth rates, mass immigration and cultivated self-distrust have come together to make Europeans unable to argue for themselves and incapable of resisting their alteration as a society. In this bestselling book Murray looks at the deeper issues which lie behind a continent’s possible fate, from an atmosphere of mass terror attacks to the steady erosion of our freedoms. He ends with an outline for a new Europe utterly different to anything we have known. UK May 2017 • US June 2017 • 352 pages • No illustrations HB 9781472942241 • £18.99 / $26.00 Individual eBook 9781472942258 • £14.99 / $15.99 Library eBook 9781472942227 Bloomsbury Continuum

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Series Editor: Jonathan Smele & Michael Melancon This ambitious and unique series offers readers the latest views on a broad variety of aspects of the Russian experience, from the reign of Peter the Great in the early 18th century to the Putin era at the beginning of the 21st.

Crime and Punishment in Russia A Comparative History from Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin Jonathan Daly, University of Illinois, USA Adapted by adaptor

As the first book-length modern history of the topic, Crime and Punishment in Russia draws on a range of secondary material to provide an overview of criminality, and the evolution of both official and informal punishment during the last three centuries of Russian history to the present day. Jonathan Daly offers an important and useful book for all students of modern Russian history, as well as the history of crime and punishment in modern Europe. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 272 pages PB 9781474224352 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781474224369 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474224383 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781474224376 Series: The Bloomsbury History of Modern Russia Series • Bloomsbury Academic

Peasants in Russia from Serfdom to Stalin Accommodation, Survival, Resistance Boris B Gorshkov, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA Adapted by adaptor

This book provides a comprehensive, realistic examination of peasant life in Russia during the imperialist and Stalinist eras, and the legacy this left in the post-Soviet era. It paints a full picture of peasant involvement in commerce and local political life and, through Boris Gorshkov’s original ecology paradigm for understanding peasant life, offers new perspectives on the Russian peasantry under serfdom and the emancipation. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 272 pages • 20 bw illus HB 9781474254816 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474254830 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474254823 Series: The Bloomsbury History of Modern Russia Series • Bloomsbury Academic

Readings on the Russian Revolution

Russian Homophobia from Stalin to Sochi

Debates, Aspirations, Outcomes

Dan Healey, University of Oxford, UK

Edited by Melissa K. Stockdale, University of Oklahoma, USA Adapted by adaptor

Bringing together and contextualizing 16 of the most important writings on the history of the Russian Revolution, this book is structured in such a way as to highlight key debates and methodological approaches to this contested area of history. Featuring contributions from leading academics in the UK, the USA and Russia, it includes a range of images, maps and pedagogical tools. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 352 pages • 20 bw illus PB 9781350037427 • £32.99 / $44.95 • HB 9781350037410 • £100.00 / $136.00 Individual eBook 9781350037441 • £32.99 / $35.99 Library eBook 9781350037434 Bloomsbury Academic World English

The Power of Language and Rhetoric in Russian Political History

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Examining nine ‘case histories’ that reveal the origins and evolution of homophobic attitudes in modern Russia, Dan Healey asserts that the nation’s contemporary homophobia can be traced back to the particular experience of revolution, political terror and war its people endured after 1917. He explores the roots of homophobia in the Gulag, the rise of a visible queer presence in Soviet cities after Stalin, and the political battles since 1991 over whether queer Russians can be valued citizens, making use of littleknown source material. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 288 pages • 16 bw illus PB 9781350000773 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781350000780 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781350000803 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781350000797 Bloomsbury Academic World English

Russian Orthodoxy and the Russo-Japanese War Betsy Perabo, Western Illinois University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Charismatic Words from the 18th to the 21st Centuries This book examines the rhetorical force of certain key words in the discourses of Russian state, political thought, and literature. By exploring the usage of these words in a wide range of texts, Richard Wortman provides glimpses into the ideas and feelings of leading figures and thinkers in Russian history, from Peter the Great to Alexander Herzen and Nicholas Berdiaev, offering a specific focus on Russian political history.

Betsy Perabo looks at the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-5 through the unique concept of an ‘interreligious war’ between Christian and Buddhist nations, focusing on the figure of Nikolai of Japan, the Russian leader of the Orthodox Church in Japan. Drawing extensively on Nikolai’s writings alongside other Russianlanguage sources, the book provides a window into the diverse Orthodox Christian perspectives on the war. Writings by Russian soldiers, field chaplains, military psychologists, and leaders in the missionary community contribute to a rich portrait of a Christian nation at war.

UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 256 pages • 1 bw illus HB 9781350040663 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350040670 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350040687 Bloomsbury Academic

UK August 2017 • US August 2017 • 232 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781474253758 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474253765 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474253772 Bloomsbury Academic

Richard S. Wortman, Columbia University, USA Adapted by adaptor

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Inside Lenin's Government Ideology, Power and Practice in the Early Soviet State Lara Douds, University of York, UK Adapted by adaptor

Lara Douds examines the practical functioning and internal political culture of the early Soviet government cabinet, the Council of People’s Commissars (Sovnarkom), under Lenin. This study elucidates the process by which the Sovnarkom’s governmental decision-making authority was transferred to Communist Party bodies in the early years of Soviet power and traces the day-to-day operation of the supreme state organ. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 224 pages HB 9781474286701 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474286725 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474286718 Bloomsbury Academic

Vladimir Burtsev and the Struggle for a Free Russia A Revolutionary in the Time of Tsarism and Bolshevism Robert Henderson, Queen Mary, University of London, UK Adapted by adaptor

This book examines the life of the journalist, historian and revolutionary Vladimir Burtsev, examining his struggle to help liberate the Russian people from tsarist oppression and his subsequent opposition to Bolshevism. Using extensive original archival research and previously untranslated Russian source material, Robert Henderson discusses topics such as European police collaboration, European prison systems, and international diplomatic relations. UK June 2017 • US June 2017 • 368 pages • 13 bw illus HB 9781472578891 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472578914 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472578907 Bloomsbury Academic

Demobilized Veterans in Late Stalinist Leningrad

Refugees in Europe, 1919-1959

Soldiers to Civilians

A Forty Years' Crisis?

Robert Dale, Newcastle University, UK

Edited by Matthew Frank, University of Leeds, UK & Jessica Reinisch, Birkbeck, University of London, UK

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"[T]he research is excellent, and Dale competently uses local details and stories to illustrate this larger picture." American Historical Review This book investigates the demobilization and post-war readjustment of Red Army veterans in Leningrad and its environs after the Great Patriotic War. Based on extensive original research in local and national archives, oral history interviews and the examination of various newspaper collections, it reveals a darker history repressed by society and concealed from historiography. UK April 2017 • US April 2017 • 288 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350031234 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472590770 Individual eBook 9781472590794 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472590787 Bloomsbury Academic

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This volume offers a new history of Europe’s mid-20th century as seen through the lens of its recurrent refugee crises. The editors conceive of the two post-war eras as a single ‘forty years’ crisis’, enabling them not only to explore the continuities and disjunctures across the period but also to challenge established historiographical certainties and master narratives. The result is an essential guide to migration, nationalism and international diplomacy in 20th-century Europe. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 272 pages HB 9781472585622 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472585639 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472585646 Bloomsbury Academic

Europe’s Legacy in the Modern World Series Editor: Bo Stråth & Martti Koskenniemi Emphasizing entanglements between legal, political and economic issues, this series examines Europe as a global actor in the 19th century and offers insights into the role that Europe's intellectual history has played in the development of the modern world.

European Modernity A Global Approach Bo Stråth, University of Helsinki, Finland & Peter Wagner, University of Barcelona, Spain Adapted by adaptor

This book questions the assumption that modernity emerged in Europe, re-examining it in the light of world history. Looking at themes like democracy, industrial revolution and religion, it reconsiders the idea of European modernity, decentring Europe to make room for a wider historical perspective. UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 264 pages PB 9781350007062 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781350007079 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781350007093 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781350007086 Series: Europe’s Legacy in the Modern World • Bloomsbury Academic

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Political Reform in the Ottoman and Russian Empires A Comparative Approach Adrian Brisku, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic Adapted by adaptor

Despite their mutual enmity during the long 19th century, the Ottoman and Russian empires had similar goals for their imperial states: avoid revolution, decline and isolation within Europe. This book examines how the reforms they undertook led to new laws and institutions, the opening up of their economies to the outside world, and entering the European political community of imperial states. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 272 pages HB 9781474238564 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474238533 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474238540 Series: Europe’s Legacy in the Modern World • Bloomsbury Academic

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Europe, 1918-1923 Edited by Ingrid Sharp, University of Leeds, UK & Matthew Stibbe, Sheffield Hallam University, UK Adapted by adaptor

Women Activists between War and Peace employs a comparative approach in exploring women’s political and social activism across the European continent in the years that followed the First World War. It brings together leading scholars in the field to discuss the contribution of women’s movements in, and individual female activists from, Austria, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Russia and the United States. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 288 pages • 19 bw illus HB 9781472578785 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472578808 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472578792 Bloomsbury Academic

Anatomy of Post-Communist European Defense Institutions The Mirage of Military Modernity Thomas-Durell Young, Naval Postgraduate School, USA Adapted by adaptor

Thomas-Durell Young explores the state of the defence institutions and the legacy of their ministries in Central and Eastern Europe. With rigorous attention to the nuances of each region's politics and policies, he documents the status of reform of these armed forces and the role that NATO has played since the Cold War, as well as identifying barriers to success and which management practices have been most effective in both Western and Eastern capitals. UK June 2017 • US August 2017 • 312 pages HB 9781350012394 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350012417 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350012400 Bloomsbury Academic

“Misfits” in Fin-de-Siècle France and Italy Anatomies of Difference Susan A. Ashley, Colorado College, USA Adapted by adaptor

As the 19th century drew to a close, France and Italy experienced an explosion of crime, vagrancy, insanity, neurosis and sexual deviance. “Misfits” in Fin-de-Siècle France and Italy examines how the raft of self-appointed experts in newly emerging fields such as criminology, neurology, and sexology tried to explain this aberrant behavior and the many consequences this had. Susan A. Ashley provides a valuable study for all social and cultural historians of France and Italy and anyone interested in knowing more about the history of medicine in modern Europe. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 312 pages HB 9781350013391 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350013414 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350013407 Bloomsbury Academic

Postwar Europe and the Eurovision Song Contest Dean Vuletic, University of Vienna, Austria Adapted by adaptor

Postwar Europe and the Eurovision Song Contest examines how the Eurovision Song Contest has reflected and become intertwined with the history of postwar Europe from a political perspective. This book uses Eurovision as a vehicle to address topics ranging from the Cold War, liberal democracy and communism to nationalism, European integration, economic prosperity and human rights. It analyses these subjects through their cultural, political and social relationships with Eurovision entries, as well as by examining public debates that have accompanied the selection of the entries and the organisation of the contest itself.

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Women Activists between War and Peace

UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 256 pages • 7 bw illus HB 9781474276269 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474276283 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474276276 Bloomsbury Academic

Gender and French Identity after the Second World War, 19441954 Engendering Frenchness Kelly Ricciardi Colvin, Brown University, USA Adapted by adaptor

The enfranchisement of women in Charles de Gaulle’s France in 1944 is considered a potent element in the nation’s self-crafted, triumphant World War Two narrative. By analyzing a range of sources, including women’s magazines, trials, memoirs, and spy novels, this book calls that potent element into question, exploring the ways in which culture was used to limit the power of the female vote. It exposes a wide network of constructed behavioral norms that supported a conservative vision of French identity. This is a vital study for understanding the nature of postwar France and women’s history in 20th-century Europe. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 256 pages • 6 bw illus HB 9781350031104 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350031135 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350031128 Bloomsbury Academic

The Pyrenees in the Modern Era Reinventions of a Landscape, 1775-2012 Martyn Lyons, University of New South Wales, Australia Adapted by adaptor

This original study examines different incarnations of the Pyrenees, beginning with the assumptions of 18th-century geologists and romantic 19th-century tourists and habitués of the spa resorts through the Second World War and right up to the present day. Drawing on travel writing, press reports and scientific texts in several languages, The Pyrenees in the Modern Era explores both the French and Spanish sides of the Pyrenees to provide a nuanced historical understanding of the cultural construction of one of Europe’s most prominent border regions. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 288 pages HB 9781350024786 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350024809 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350024793 Bloomsbury Academic

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Colonial Food in Interwar Paris The Taste of Empire Lauren Janes, Hope College, USA Adapted by adaptor

“An absolutely fascinating study of the impact of colonial food on France between the wars […] The book emphasizes beautifully how food both defines Frenchness [and] is used to exclude the other.” Ken Albala, University of the Pacific, USA In the First World War, colonial produce became an increasingly important element of the French diet. Lauren Janes argues that the distrust of colonial food reflects a wider disinterest in the empire. From Indochinese rice to North African grains, this book offers an original challenge to current orthodoxy about the centrality of empire to modern France. UK August 2017 • US August 2017 • 232 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350045682 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472592828 Individual eBook 9781472592842 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472592835 Bloomsbury Academic

Educating the Germans People and Policy in the British Zone of Germany, 1945–1949

Florence: Capital of the Kingdom of Italy, 1865-71 Edited by Monika Poettinger, Bocconi University, Italy & Piero Roggi, University of Florence, Italy Adapted by adaptor

This edited collection provides the first comprehensive history of Florence as the mid19th-century capital of the fledgling Italian nation. Covering various aspects of politics, economics, culture and society, this book examines the impact that the shortlived experience of becoming the political and administrative centre of the Kingdom of Italy had on the Tuscan city, both immediately and in the years that followed. Florence: Capital of the Kingdom of Italy, 1865-71 is a fascinating study for all students and scholars of modern Italian history. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 384 pages • 25 bw illus HB 9781350013988 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350014022 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350013995 Bloomsbury Academic

Nazi Law From Nuremberg to Nuremberg Edited by John J. Michalczyk, Boston College, USA Adapted by adaptor

David Phillips, University of Oxford, UK Adapted by adaptor

This book examines the role of the British in the 'reconstruction' of education in occupied Germany from 1945 to 1949. It covers war-time planning in education at all levels, policy and implementation and describes the personnel involved with German authorities. Comparison is made throughout to the US, French, and Soviet Zones of Occupation and context is provided in discussion of Nazi education policy and its effects. Thoroughly researched and employing a wide range of sources, this is an important study for anyone looking to further their understanding of Germany, and Britain's relationship with Germany in the postwar era. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 288 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9781472509550 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472511164 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472511539 Bloomsbury Academic

The Image of the Soldier in German Culture, 1871-1933 Paul Fox, Newcastle University, UK

Nazi Law brings together scholars from Germany, Israel and the United States to investigate the ways that, beginning in 1933, the Nazi party manipulated the German legal system and the constitution in its crusade against Communists, Jews, homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses and other religious and racial minorities. It further illustrates how the law was subsequently used at war crimes trials in Nuremburg to punish the Nazis. This is a valuable edited collection for all scholars and students interested in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 384 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9781350007239 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350007253 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350007246 Bloomsbury Academic

Reverberations of Nazi Violence in Germany and Beyond Disturbing Pasts Edited by Stephanie Bird, Mary Fulbrook, Julia Wagner, & Christiane Wienand, all of University College London, UK

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This study examines the force of tradition in conservative German visual culture. It explores thematic continuities in the post-conflict representation of battlefield identities, from the 25th anniversary of the Franco-Prussian War in 1895 to the demise of the Weimar Republic in 1933. The Image of the Soldier in German Culture, 1871—1933 is an important volume for any historian interested cultural history, the history of modern Germany or the First World War. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 240 pages • 47 bw illus HB 9781474226141 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474226165 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474226158 Series: A Modern History of Politics and Violence • Bloomsbury Academic

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“This is a fascinating collection of stimulating essays […] There is much to recommend the volume, including [its] interdisciplinary and transnational approaches.” European History Quarterly This study explores the complex and diverse reverberations of the Second World War after 1945. It focuses on the legacies that National Socialist violence and genocide perpetrated in Europe continue to have in German-speaking countries and communities, as well as among those directly affected by occupation, terror and mass murder. UK August 2017 • US August 2017 • 312 pages PB 9781350045644 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474241854 Individual eBook 9781474241878 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474241861 Bloomsbury Academic

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From Rights to Revanche Judith Szapor, McGill University, Canada Adapted by adaptor

This book examines women’s activism during the post-war revolutions and counter-revolution. It describes the dynamic of the period’s competing, liberal, Christian-conservative, socialist, radical socialist, and right-wing nationalistic women’s movements and pays special attention to women activists of the Right. Judith Szapor convincingly argues that illiberal ideas on family and gender roles, tied to the nation’s regeneration and tightly woven into the fabric of the interwar period’s right-wing, extreme nationalistic ideology, greatly contributed to the success of Miklós Horthy’s regime. This is an important text for anyone interested in women’s history, gender history and Hungary in the 20th century. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 224 pages • 12 bw illus HB 9781350020498 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350020511 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350020504 Bloomsbury Academic

Muslims and Western Europe in the Modern Era Contemporary Debates in Historical Perspective

Alternative Histories of the Self A Cultural History of Sexuality and Secrets, 1762-1917 Anna Clark, University of Minnesota, USA Adapted by adaptor

Alternative Histories of the Self investigates how people twisted and re-imagined the idea of the unique self in the period from 1760 to 1917. It challenges the postmodern argument that the notion of the unique, coherent self is necessarily a tool of liberal individualism, capitalism, and disciplinary discourses. Instead it effectively demonstrates how the notion of the unique self could be – and indeed was – used to justify gender and sexual transgression. This is a highly innovative study that will be of interest to intellectual historians of modern Britain and Europe, as well as historians of gender and sexuality.

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Hungarian Women’s Activism in the Wake of the First World War

UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 224 pages • 4 bw illus HB 9781350030633 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350030657 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350030640 Bloomsbury Academic

State, Nationalism and the Jewish Communities of Modern Greece Evdoxios Doxiadis, Simon Fraser University, Canada Adapted by adaptor

Edited by Sarah Hackett, Bath Spa University, UK & Iftikhar Malik, Bath Spa University, UK Adapted by adaptor

Muslims and Western Europe in the Modern Era is a groundbreaking contribution to the historical study of Islam and Muslim minorities in Western Europe. It frames recent and ongoing events and political, academic and popular deliberations within their often-neglected historical contexts, demonstrating the manner in which history can inform and further our understanding of contemporary debates. Offering essential historical insight into one of the most pressing and contentious debates of our time, this book is vital reading for any student examining the history of Islam, multiculturalism and religion in modern Europe. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 336 pages • 2 bw illus HB 9781474291941 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474291965 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474291958 Bloomsbury Academic

The American Marshall Plan Film Campaign and the Europeans A Captivated Audience? Maria Fritsche, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Adapted by adaptor

This is the first book to explore the use of the Marshall Plan films and their reception across Europe. The study examines every available film – the 165 that remain from the 200 estimated to have been made – and looks at how they were designed to instil hope and argue the case for economic restructuring, with the adoption of modern USstyle production techniques helping to guarantee lasting recovery and peace. The book goes on to reason that the films even served as a powerful weapon in the cultural Cold War, used to persuade Europeans of the liberal-capitalist system’s superiority. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 320 pages • 69 bw illus HB 9781350009332 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350009356 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350009349 Bloomsbury Academic

Based on the evidence of numerous Greek consular reports, speeches, memoirs, political interviews and coverage of the status and treatment of the communities by the international Jewish press, State, Nationalism and the Jewish Communities of Modern Greece sketches a detailed picture of the Greek political elite and the state’s bureaucratic view of the various Jewish communities. By focusing on the state, though not ignoring popular attitudes, the book successfully argues that the Greek state followed policies that did not conform, and often were in opposition to, popular attitudes when it came to minorities and the Jews in particular. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 208 pages HB 9781474263467 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474263481 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474263474 Bloomsbury Academic

Food, Religion, and Communities in Early Modern Europe Christopher Kissane, London School of Economics & Political Science, UK Adapted by adaptor

Food, Religion, and Communities in Early Modern Europe employs three key case studies in Castile, Zurich and Shetland to explore what food can reveal about the wider social and cultural history of early modern communities undergoing religious upheaval. Christopher Kissane uses a three-part structure focused on the major historical subjects of the Inquisition, the Reformation and witchcraft to examine issues of identity, culture, gender, symbolism, and community. This is an important study for food historians and anyone seeking to understand the significant issues and events in early modern Europe from a fresh perspective. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 304 pages • 30 bw illus HB 9781350008465 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350008489 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350008472 Series: Cultures of Early Modern Europe • Bloomsbury Academic

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Nationalism, Identity and Statehood in Post-Yugoslav Montenegro

The History of East-Central European Eugenics, 1900-1945

Kenneth Morrison, De Montfort University, UK

Edited by Marius Turda, Oxford Brookes University, UK

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This book provides the most comprehensive study to date of political and social developments in Montenegro from the processes that led to the disintegration of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Montenegro’s eventful trajectory towards independence and, later, towards Euro-Atlantic integration. Kenneth Morrison draws upon an extensive range of primary and secondary sources to illuminate the key developments in Montenegro during three decades characterised by political, social and economic flux. UK January 2018 • US January 2018 • 304 pages HB 9781474235181 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474235204 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474235198 Bloomsbury Academic

The Duchy of Warsaw, 1807-1815

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Exploring the ideological transmission of eugenics internationally and its application locally in EastCentral Europe, this book includes 100 primary sources translated from the various regional languages into English for the first time. Including key contributions from leading scholars from around Europe, this volume examines the main eugenic organisations, as well as individuals and policies that shaped eugenics in Austria, Poland, the former Czechoslovakia, the former Yugoslavia, Hungary and Romania. Incorporating a range of pedagogical features, this is a pivotal reference work for anyone interested in East-Central Europe, the history of science and national identity in the 20th century. UK February 2017 • US February 2017 • 656 pages • 20 bw illus PB 9781350038806 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472531759 Individual eBook 9781472531360 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472533562 Bloomsbury Academic

A Napoleonic Outpost in Central Europe Jaroslaw Czubaty, University of Warsaw, Poland

Transformations of Populism in Europe and the Americas

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History Quarterly

"With this judicious and highly readable study of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, Jaroslaw Czubaty has made a substantial contribution to our knowledge of the workings of Napoleon’s Empire." European

The Duchy of Warsaw, 1807-1815 is the first academic history of the state established by Napoleon in pre-partitioned Poland. The book examines the political, social and cultural dynamics of the Duchy and considers its role in Napoleon's wider empire and the politics he engaged in across Europe during the period. UK August 2017 • US August 2017 • 256 pages PB 9781350045613 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472523570 Individual eBook 9781472521965 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472524140 Series: Bloomsbury Studies in Central and East European History • Bloomsbury Academic

The New Age in the Modern West Counterculture, Utopia and Prophecy from the Late Eighteenth Century to the Present Day Nicholas Campion, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, UK Adapted by adaptor

Arguing that New Age culture is part of a family of ideas which construct alternative futures and drive revolutionary change, Nicholas Campion traces New Age ideas from ancient cosmology to the present day. He considers the key 18thcentury figures and the legacies of Newton, Swedenborg, Blavatsky, Jung and Arguelles. Campion also pays particular attention to the 1950s beat writers, 1960s counterculture, Aquarian Age concepts, the Maya Calendar prophecies and neoconservatism, as both a reaction against the 1960s and as a utopian phenomenon. This is a fascinating text for anyone interested in countercultural and revolutionary ideas in the modern West. UK June 2017 • US June 2017 • 288 pages PB 9781350036819 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472522795 Individual eBook 9781472532374 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472525932 Bloomsbury Academic

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History and Recent Tendencies Edited by John Abromeit, York Norman, Gary Marotta & Bridget María Chesterton, all of Buffalo State, The State University of New York, USA Adapted by adaptor

This volume provides an important reassessment of populism. In three parts, its chapters explore the history of populism in different regions, theories of populism and recent populist movements. Taken together, they represent the most comprehensive and comparative historical study of populism available. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 392 pages PB 9781350036963 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474225212 Individual eBook 9781474225236 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474225229 Bloomsbury Academic

Georgia in the Mountains of Poetry Peter Nasmyth Adapted by adaptor

“Indispensable to all serious travellers to the Caucasus” TLS

Peter Nasmyth has lived in and travelled extensively throughout Georgia for thirty years. Reprinted numerous times, this book remains the most authoritative work on Georgia’s history and culture, now substantially revised and expanded for this new edition. Georgia ranks in the world’s top twelve countries for geographical diversity and 3,000 year-old stone towers dot its landscape, yet little is known about this remarkable country outside of its borders. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in this beautiful region rich with a dramatic history. UK May 2017 ● 352 pages PB 9780715651520 ● £25.00 Individual eBook 9780715651537 ● £9.99 Duckworth Overlook World English (excluding USA /Canada)

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Supporting higher education courses in history A digital library of modern international history. It is a unique resource that offers new insight into a fascinating period of our past. Containing nearly 800,000 pages of original documents that range from Churchill’s personal correspondence to exchanges between the great leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries, this definitive resource allows students to use primary sources to interpret and understand the important events and figures of the Churchill era. It provides a detailed taxonomy and pedagogical materials.

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Kenneth Kaunda, the United States and Southern Africa

Ending the African Slave Trade

Andy DeRoche, Front Range Community College, USA

John Broich Adapted by adaptor

Although the British were early abolitionists in the mid-19th century, a significant slave trade using British ships persisted down the east coast of Africa. The Royal Navy’s response was to send a squadron to patrol the area. This is the story of the four officers who witnessed the horrors of the slave trade and made it their personal mission to end it. Squadron grew from historian John Broich’s passion to hunt down first-hand accounts of this untold story. Through archival research, Broich tells a tale of defiance in the face of political corruption. UK November 2017 ● 288 pages HB 9780715652312 ● £20.00 Individual eBook 9780715652329 ● £9.99 Duckworth Overlook World English (excluding USA /Canada)

Slavery and its Legacy in Ghana and the Diaspora Edited by Rebecca Shumway, College of Charleston, USA & Trevor R. Getz, San Francisco State University, USA Adapted by adaptor

This collection explores the history of slavery in Ghana and its legacy for both Ghana and the descendants of people sold as slaves from the 'Gold Coast' in the era of the transatlantic slave trade. It is structured around four overlapping areas of investigation: the changing nature of slavery in Ghana; the long-standing connections forged between Ghana and the Americas and Europe through the transatlantic trading system and the forced migration of enslaved people; the development of indigenous and transnational anti-slavery ideologies; and the legacy of slavery and its ongoing reverberations in Ghanaian and diasporic society. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 272 pages • 8 bw illus HB 9781474256636 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474256643 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474256650 Bloomsbury Academic

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"DeRoche makes good use of newly declassified documents and recent memoirs by former officials, offering impressive detail... [A] welcome, realistic view of an iconic figure."

Andy DeRoche examines US policy towards the southern African region between 1974 and 1984, focusing on the role of Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda, the key facilitator of international diplomacy. The main themes include the influence of race, national security, economics, and African agency on international relations during the height of the Cold War. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 320 pages PB 9781350054424 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474267625 Individual eBook 9781474267632 • £89.99 / $96.99 Library eBook 9781474267649 Bloomsbury Academic

North Africa and the Making of Europe Governance, Institutions and Culture Edited by Muriam Haleh Davis & Thomas Serres, both of University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Adapted by adaptor

This innovative edited collection brings together leading scholars from the USA, UK, and mainland Europe to examine how European identity and institutions have been fashioned though interactions with the southern periphery since 1945. It highlights the role played by North African actors in shaping European conceptions of governance, culture and development, and considers the construction of Europe as an ideological and politico-economic entity in the process. Students and scholars focusing on the development of postwar Europe or Europe’s relationship with North Africa will benefit immensely from this invaluable new study. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 304 pages HB 9781350021822 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350021846 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350021839 Bloomsbury Academic

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From the Seventeenth Century to the Present E. Taylor Atkins, Northern Illinois University, USA Adapted by adaptor

"At last, a concise volume that places Japanese popular culture—from the 17th-century origins of kabuki to Babe Ruth barnstorming Tokyo ballparks to Godzilla movies and Hello Kitty slippers—in a broader historical context." William M. Tsutsui, Hendrix College, USA This is the first historical and analytical overview of popular culture in Japan, exploring themes of conflict, power, identity and meaning in Japanese history. E. Taylor Atkins shows how Japan is one of the earliest sites for the development of mass-produced cultural products, and demonstrates that popular culture was pivotal in the rise of Japanese nationalism, imperialism, militarism, postwar democracy, and economic development. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 288 pages • 14 bw illus PB 9781474258548 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781474258531 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474258555 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781474258562 Bloomsbury Academic

The Tragedy of Liberation A History of the Chinese Revolution 19451957 Frank Dikötter Adapted by adaptor

In 1949 Mao Zedong hoisted the red flag over Beijing’s Forbidden City. Instead of liberating the country, the communists destroyed the old order and replaced it with a repressive system that would dominate every aspect of Chinese life. In an epic of revolution and violence which draws on newly opened party archives, interviews and memoirs, Frank Dikötter interweaves the stories of millions of ordinary people with the brutal politics of Mao’s court. A gripping account of how people from all walks of life were caught up in a tragedy that sent at least five million civilians to their deaths. UK February 2017 • US January 2018 • 400 pages PB 9781408890356 • £12.99 / $15.00 Individual eBook 9781620403488 • $13.99 Bloomsbury Paperbacks World English

The Cultural Revolution A People's History, 1962—1976 Frank Dikötter Adapted by adaptor

In 1966, Mao launched an ambitious scheme to consolidate his legacy, unleashing Red Guards against all remnants of old Chinese culture. Soon rival factions were fighting each other in the streets in the name of revolutionary purity. The military intervened and killed thousands. But after the army itself fell victim to the Cultural Revolution, ordinary villagers saw an opportunity to undermine the planned economy and resurrect the market and quietly buried Maoism. Using new evidence from recently-opened party archives, Dikötter shows how economic reform from below was an unintended consequence of a decade of violent purges and entrenched fear. UK February 2017 • US June 2017 • 432 pages • 1 x 16pp B&W plate section PB 9781408890363 • £9.99 / $20.00 Individual eBook 9781632864222 • $13.99 Bloomsbury Paperbacks World English

The Making of India The Untold Story of British Enterprise Kartar Lalvani Adapted by adaptor

The story of The Making of India begins in the 17th century, when a small seafaring island, one tenth the size of the Indian subcontinent, dispatched sailing ships over 11,000 miles on a five-month trading journey in search of new opportunities. In the end they helped build a new nation. The sheer audacity and scale of such an endeavor, the courage and enterprise, have no parallel in world history. This book is the first to assess in a single volume almost all aspects of Britain’s remarkable contribution in providing India with its lasting institutional and physical infrastructure, which continues to underpin the world’s largest democracy in the twenty-first century.

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A History of Popular Culture in Japan

UK February 2018 • US May 2018 • 464 pages • Integrated photographs throughout PB 9781472951205 • £14.99 / $20.00 Previously published in HB 9781472924827 Individual eBook 9781472924834 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472924841 Bloomsbury Continuum World All Languages (excluding India)

Mao's Great Famine The History of China's Most Devastating Catastrophe, 1958-62 Frank Dikötter Adapted by adaptor

Winner of the BBC Samuel Johnson Prize for NonFiction 2011 Between 1958 and 1962, 45 million Chinese people were worked, starved or beaten to death. Mao Zedong threw his country into a frenzy with the Great Leap Forward, an attempt to overtake the Western world in less than fifteen years. It led to one of the greatest catastrophes the world has ever known. Dikotter's extraordinary research within Chinese archives brings together for the first time what happened in the corridors of power with the everyday experiences of ordinary people, giving voice to the dead and disenfranchised. This ground-breaking account definitively recasts the history of the People's Republic of China. UK February 2017 • US January 2018 • 448 pages PB 9781408890370 • £12.99 / $15.00 Individual eBook 9781408814444 • £10.99 Bloomsbury Paperbacks World English

Belonging across the Bay of Bengal Religious Rites, Colonial Migrations, National Rights Edited by Michael Laffan, Princeton University, USA Adapted by adaptor

The chapters in this volume discuss themes connecting the regions bordering the Bay of Bengal, covering a crucial period of transition from colonialism to independence. Focusing on the notion of ‘belonging’, the chapters highlight themes of ethnicity, religion, culture and the emergence of nationalist politics and state policies as they relate to the movement of peoples in the region. This is a timely and innovative volume that offers a fresh approach to Indian Ocean history, further enriching our understanding of the current debates over minority rights and refugee problems in the region. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 256 pages • 17 bw illus HB 9781350022614 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350022621 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350022638 Bloomsbury Academic

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SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan Series Editor: Christopher Gerteis, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK Featuring books on modern and contemporary Japan, this series showcases new research monographs as well as translations of scholarship not previously available in English, ensuring the availability of current, high-quality research on Japan’s history, politics and culture.

Postwar Emigration to South America from Japan and the Ryukyu Islands Pedro Iacobelli, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile Adapted by adaptor

Placing a distinct focus on the role of the sending state, this book examines the history of postwar Japan’s migration policy, linking it to the larger question of statehood and nation-building in the postwar era. It examines the state’s emigration policies, their determinants and their execution for the Japanese and Okinawan migration programs to Bolivia in the 1950s. It argues that the post-war migration policies that established those migration flows were a result of the political cost-benefit calculations, rather than only economic factors, of the three governments involved. UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 280 pages • 8 bw illus HB 9781474297271 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474297288 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474297264 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

Mass Media, Consumerism and National Identity in Postwar Japan Martyn David Smith, SOAS, University of London, UK Adapted by adaptor

Martyn Smith addresses Japan’s evolving nationalism and national identity in relation to its newly rising consumerism through a study of the transformation of the print media and the market for weekly and monthly magazines. Examining housewife magazines, news magazines and publications aimed at young people, Smith shows how the relationship of nationalism to everyday life is best understood by taking into account the changing nature of consumption. By presenting an alternative to the traditional ‘top-down’ narrative of state-driven economic nationalism, this book makes a unique contribution to the study of postwar Japanese history and Japanese nationalism. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 224 pages HB 9781350030787 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350030794 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350030770 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

Gathering for Tea in Modern Japan Class, Culture and Consumption in the Meiji Period Taka Oshikiri, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica Adapted by adaptor

By examining the custom of consuming matcha tea in the Meiji period, this book investigates the interactions between Tokugawa customs and conventions and the incoming influences of Western ideas, material cultures and institutions. It explores the construction of Japan’s modern cultural identity, highlighting the development of new social classes, cultural practices and changes in production-consumption networks of the modern era. Taka Oshikri uses a wealth of Japanese source material, including diaries, newspapers, journal articles, maps, exhibition catalogues and official records. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 208 pages • 2 bw illus HB 9781350014015 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350014039 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350014008 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

The Uses of Literature in Modern Japan Histories and Cultures of the Book Sari Kawana, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA Adapted by adaptor

The Uses of Literature in Modern Japan explores the practical and creative uses of literature in modern Japan, from the late Meiji period to the present, considering how creators, conveyors, and consumers of literary content have treated texts and their authors as cultural resources to be packaged, promoted, and preserved. Moving beyond close reading of texts to look at their historical context, the book will appeal not only to scholars and students of modern Japanese literature but also those studying the history of the book and modern Japanese cultural history more broadly. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 288 pages • 17 bw illus HB 9781350024915 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350024908 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350024892 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

Post-Fascist Japan Political Culture in Kamakura after the Second World War Laura Hein, Northwestern University, USA Adapted by adaptor

In late 1945 local Japanese turned their energies toward creating new behaviors and institutions that would give young people better skills to combat repression at home and coercion abroad. PostFascist Japan explores this phenomenon, focusing on a group of highly educated Japanese largely based in the town of Kamakura. Hein grounds her theoretical discussion by using specific personalities, showing their ideas about ‘post-fascism’, how they implemented them and how they interacted with the American occupiers. This is an important study for students and scholars of 20th-century Japanese intellectual, political and social history. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 224 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350025806 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781350025813 • £64.99 / $69.99 Library eBook 9781350025790 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

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Japanese Taiwan

A Transnational History

Edited by Andrew D. Morris, California Polytechnic State University, USA

Colonial Rule and its Contested Legacy

Ethan Mark, Leiden University, The Netherlands

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"[A] sophisticated and groundbreaking collection... Anyone with an interest in modern East Asian politics and history will benefit from it." Jordan Sand, Georgetown University, USA

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Drawing upon written and oral Japanese, Indonesian, Dutch and English-language sources from both wartime and the postwar period, this book narrates the Japanese occupation of Indonesia as a transnational intersection between two complex Asian societies. It places this narrative in a larger wartime context of domestic, regional, and global crisis that was not only military, but also social, cultural, and economic: a crisis of imperial and liberal capitalist modernity itself. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 320 pages • 5 bw illus HB 9781350022201 • £70.00 / $94.00 Individual eBook 9781350022218 • £69.99 / $75.99 Library eBook 9781350022195 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

Since the end of the Pacific War, the Japanese rule of Taiwan has been remembered, imagined, nostalgized, erased, commodified, manipulated, idealized and condemned by different sectors of Taiwan’s population. This volume examines the reaction to this era across a range of topics, including colonial-era photography, exploration, postwar deportation, sport, film, media, and economic planning. UK January 2017 • US January 2017 • 272 pages • 20 bw illus PB 9781350022577 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472576729 Individual eBook 9781472576743 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472576736 Series: SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan • Bloomsbury Academic

Politics and Power in 20th-Century Japan: The Reminiscences of Miyazawa Kiichi

Japan's Postwar Military and Civil Society Contesting a Better Life

Mikuriya Takashi, Open University of Japan, Japan & Nakamura Takafusa, Tokyo University, Japan

Tomoyuki Sasaki, Eastern Michigan University, USA

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Miyazawa Kiichi played a leading role in Japan's government and politics from 1942 until 2003. In this oral history autobiography, he discusses with candor and detail a wide range of topics, including his 1939 visit to the United States, recovery policies during the postwar occupation, the San Francisco Peace Treaty, and Japan's role in international organizations such as GATT and OECD, and gives a thoughtful insider's view of six decades of Japanese politics, closing with his thoughts on Japan's role in the 21st century.

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Climate Change in Human History

Historicizing Race

Prehistory to the Present

Marius Turda & Maria Sophia Quine, both of Oxford Brookes University, UK

Benjamin Lieberman & Elizabeth Gordon, both of Fitchburg State University, USA Adapted by adaptor

"A superb work of historical and scientific synthesis." Frank Zelko, University of Vermont, USA Climate Change in Human History provides an upto-date and concise introduction to the relationship between human beings and climate change throughout history. Starting with periods hundreds of thousands of years ago, the authors illustrate how natural climate variability affected early human societies, and how humans are now altering climate within much shorter periods of time. They develop key themes including factors that shape climate, the rise and fall of civilizations, industrialization and climate science. UK January 2018 • US January 2018 • 256 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781472598509 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781472598493 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781472598516 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472598523 Bloomsbury Academic

Gendering Modernism A Historical Reappraisal of the Canon Maria Bucur, Indiana University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Maria Bucur offers a critical reappraisal of the modernist movement, asking how gender norms shaped the rebellion of the self-avowed modernists and examining the impact of radical gender reformers on modernism. Focusing primarily on the connections between North American and European modernists, she explains why we must consider the gender angles of modernism as a way to understand the legacies of the movement. Interweaving vivid case studies, the book covers various fields such as art, literature, theatre and film, whilst also demonstrating how modernism manifested itself in the major social-political and cultural shifts of the 20th century. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 168 pages • 7 bw illus PB 9781350026254 • £17.99 / $24.95 • HB 9781350026247 • £55.00 / $74.00 Individual eBook 9781350026261 • £17.99 / $18.99 Library eBook 9781350026230 Bloomsbury Academic

Historicizing Race explores the interconnectedness of scientific, cultural and political strands of racial thought in Europe and elsewhere. It reconceptualises the idea of race by unearthing various historical traditions that continue to inform not only current debates about individual and collective identities, but also national and international politics. In a concise format, accessible to students and scholars alike, the authors draw out some of the reasons why race-centred thinking has, in recent years, re-emerged current populist, xenophobic, and antiimmigration movements. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 208 pages PB 9781441143679 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781441184245 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781441158246 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781441180162 Bloomsbury Academic

Reparations for Slavery and the Slave Trade A Transnational and Comparative History Ana Lucia Araujo, Howard University, USA Adapted by adaptor

"This is a book I've been waiting for - a timely and overdue account of the centuries-long cry for reparations, written by a gifted historian of transatlantic slavery." Marcus Rediker, University of Pittsburgh, USA This is the first book to present a narrative history of the demands of reparations for slavery and the Atlantic slave trade. It explores primary sources in several languages - including abolitionist pamphlets, parliamentary debates, petitions by former slaves, newspaper articles and congressional bills - and adopts a transnational approach to understand a transatlantic system that interconnected three continents for more than 300 years. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 288 pages • 12 bw illus PB 9781350010604 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781350010598 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781350010581 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781350010611 Bloomsbury Academic

Granville Sharp's Cases on Slavery

Marriage, Law and Modernity

Andrew Lyall

Edited by Julia Moses, University of Sheffield, UK

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The purpose of this book is twofold: first, to publish previously unpublished legal materials principally in three important cases in the 18th century on the issue of slavery in England, and specifically the status of black people who were slaves in the American colonies or the West Indies and who were taken to England by their masters. The unpublished materials are mostly verbatim transcripts made by shorthand writers commissioned by Granville Sharp, one of the first Englishmen to take up the cause of the abolition of the slave trade and slavery itself. The second purpose, outlined in the Introduction, is to give a social and legal background to the cases and an analysis of the position in England of black servants/slaves brought to England and the legal effects of the cases, taking into account the newly published material. UK February 2017 • 448 pages HB 9781509911219 • £60.00 Individual eBook 9781509911226 • £59.99 / $64.99 Library eBook 9781509911233 Hart Publishing

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Widespread recent debate has focused on the changing nature of families, characterized by the rise of unmarried cohabitation and the legalization of same-sex marriage, but historical understanding of these developments remains limited. Marriage, Law and Modernity brings together scholars from across the world in order to offer a global perspective on the history of marriage. It unites legal, political and social history, and seeks to draw out commonalities and differences by exploring connections through empire, international law and international migration. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 288 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781474276108 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474276115 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474276122 Bloomsbury Academic

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Series Editor: Thomas Zeiler, University of Colorado Boulder, USA Covering international history during the modern period and across the globe, this series provides an accessible overview of international, global and transnational issues, events and actors.

Latin American Nationalism Identity in a Globalizing World James F. Siekmeier, Western Virginia University, USA Adapted by adaptor

The History of United States Cultural Diplomacy 1770 to the Present Day Michael L. Krenn, Appalachian State University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Michael Krenn charts the history of the United States government’s cultural diplomacy efforts from Benjamin Franklin's service as commissioner to France in the 1770s through to the present day, exploring how these efforts were sometimes inspiring, often disastrous, and nearly always controversial attempts to tell the 'truth' about America. He reveals a dynamic conflict between those who view U.S. culture as a means to establish meaningful dialogues with the rest of the world and those who consider American art, music and theatre as additional propaganda weapons. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 216 pages PB 9781472510013 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781472508607 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781472508782 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472509222 Series: New Approaches to International History • Bloomsbury Academic

"[A]n outstanding study of an important yet often ignored topic... This is a must-read for all students of Latin America and its economic and social development." W. Michael Weis, Illinois Wesleyan University, USA By tracing the important historical origins of present-day Latin American nationalism, this book gives readers a thorough introduction to the subject. Only by understanding how nationalism came to be such an important social and political force can we understand its significance of today. In turn, understanding Latin American nationalism helps us understand how Latin America shapes, and is shaped by, a rapidly globalizing world. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 312 pages PB 9781472535993 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781472536006 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781472536013 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472536020 Series: New Approaches to International History • Bloomsbury Academic

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New Approaches to International History

International Cooperation in the Early Twentieth Century Daniel Gorman, University of Waterloo, Canada Adapted by adaptor

While the history of international cooperation has attracted increased historical attention over the past decade, much historical analysis of international affairs, especially of the earlier 20th century, remains state-centric. Daniel Gorman revises this historical consensus by providing a more focused and detailed analysis of the many ways in which people, especially outside of the circumscribed world of high politics, interacted with each other across borders in the early decades of the 20th century. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 352 pages HB 9781472567956 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472567963 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472567970 Series: New Approaches to International History • Bloomsbury Academic

Childhood and Modernity in Cold War Mexico City

The "New Man" in Radical Right Ideology and Practice, 1919-45

Eileen Ford, California State University, Los Angeles, USA

Edited by Matthew Feldman, Teesside University, UK, Jorge Dagnino, Universidad de los Andes, Chile & Paul Stocker, Teesside University, UK

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Childhood and Modernity in Cold War Mexico City traces the transformations that occurred between 1934 and 1968 in Mexico through the lens of childhood. Eileen Ford uses a wealth of primary sources, ranging from oral histories to photojournalism, to reconstruct the reality of childhood in Mexico City during a period of changing global attitudes towards childhood and well-being. She analyses children’s presence on the silver screen, in radio and in print media to examine the way that children were constructed within public discourse in comparison to their actual experiences, paying particular attention to the influence of the 1968 student movement. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 208 pages • 7 bw illus HB 9781350040021 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350040038 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350040045 Bloomsbury Academic

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Bringing together an expert group of established and emerging scholars, this book analyses the pervasive myth of the ‘new man’ in various fascist movements and far-right regimes between 1919 and 1945. It argues that what many national forms of far-right politics understood at the time as a so-called ‘anthropological revolution’ is essential to understanding this ideology’s bio-political, often revolutionary dynamics. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 320 pages • 11 bw illus HB 9781474281096 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474281119 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474281102 Bloomsbury Academic

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Textual Moments in the History of Political Thought Series Editor: J. C. Davis & John Morrow Examining key fields of historical and political thought, this series offers short selections from primary texts, with essays providing analysis and context for each entry. The unique format allows the books to cover a wide variety of texts and a significant historical and geographical range.

Democratic Moments Reading Democratic Texts Edited by Xavier Márquez, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Adapted by adaptor

This collection of short essays on texts in the history of democracy shows the diversity of ideas that contributed to the making of our present democratic moment. Going beyond the standard, Western-centric canonical history of democracy, with its beginnings in ancient Athens and its climax in the French and American revolutions, this book recovers some of the significant body of democratic and anti-democratic thought in Latin America, Asia, and elsewhere. The essays thus de-center our understanding of the moments where the idea of democracy was articulated, rejected, and appropriated. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 272 pages PB 9781350006171 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781350006164 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781350006188 • £19.99 / $21.99 Library eBook 9781350006157 Series: Textual Moments in the History of Political Thought • Bloomsbury Academic

Liberal Moments Reading Liberal Texts Edited by Alan S. Kahan, Université de Versailles/St. Quentin-en-Yvelines, France & Ewa Atanassow, Bard College, Berlin Adapted by adaptor

This volume examines the work of the most pivotal thinkers in the liberal tradition, starting with Montesquieu and proceeding to a wide range of authors from the French Revolution to the present. It encompasses the wide spectrum of views historically encompassed by liberalism, including conceptions of liberalism formed in Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. Each chapter offers a commentary on a short critical passage from the author concerned, exploring the meaning and significance of the author's work for both the historical tradition of liberalism and for political thought more generally.

Mutiny in the Danish Atlantic World Convicts, Sailors and a Dissonant Empire Johan Heinsen, Aarlborg University, Denmark Adapted by adaptor

Taking a mutiny carried out by a group of convicts and sailors on board a Danish ship in 1683 as its central case study, this book discusses how the storytelling of the lower classes shaped antagonisms and struggles for agency in the early modern Atlantic world. Arguing that the mutiny in question was informed by stories and rumour that circulated on both sides of the Atlantic, Johan Heinsen demonstrates how sites such as ships, colonies and prisons resonated with words, and draws on comparable cases across the early modern seas. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 240 pages • 3 bw illus HB 9781350027367 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350027374 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350027350 Bloomsbury Academic

Matthew Flinders, Maritime Explorer of Australia Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University London, UK Adapted by adaptor

"Morgan has familiarised himself with a vast range of scholarly books and essays ... [He] well conveys the exacting, tedious nature of inshore navigation and survey; the contacts with coastal peoples ... and the extensive activities of the scientists and artists." International Journal of Maritime History This book explores the naval career of Matthew Flinders, with particular emphasis on his importance for the maritime discovery of Australia, placing Flinders's career within the wider context of Pacific exploration and the early white settlement of Australia. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 336 pages PB 9781350049406 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781441179623 Individual eBook 9781441122698 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781441149107 Bloomsbury Academic

Geographers Biobibliographical Studies, Volume 36 Edited by Elizabeth Baigent, University of Oxford, UK & André Reyes Novaes, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Adapted by adaptor

UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 240 pages PB 9781474251051 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781474251044 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474251075 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781474251068 Series: Textual Moments in the History of Political Thought • Bloomsbury Academic

This volume focuses on 20th-century Britain and 19th- and 20th-century France. Six essays on individual geographers are complemented by a group article which describes the building of a French school of geography. These intellectual biographies collectively show geography and geographers profoundly affected by wider historical events: the effect of war, particularly the Second World War, and the shaping of post-war society. They show the value of geographical scholarship in elucidating local circumstances and in planning national conditions, and as a basis for local, national, and international friendship. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 272 pages • 19 bw illus HB 9781350050983 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9781350051003 • £129.99 / $140.99 Library eBook 9781350050990 Series: Geographers • Bloomsbury Academic

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Debating the British Empire

The Collapse of British Rule in Burma

Dane Kennedy, George Washington University, USA

The Civilian Evacuation and Independence

Adapted by adaptor

"The chapters collected here... provide a comprehensive overview of the significant debates on the writing of British imperial history in the wake of post-colonialism." David Armitage, Harvard University, USA The history of the British Empire has made a stunning comeback, generating a series of heated debates about the causes, character, and consequences of empire. In this volume Dane Kennedy brings his most important writings together with brand new material to provide a sweeping overview of the subject and the debates that have shaped it. UK January 2018 • US January 2018 • 224 pages PB 9781474278867 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781474278874 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474278881 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781474278898 Bloomsbury Academic

Michael D. Leigh, SOAS, University of London, UK Adapted by adaptor

In May 1942 colonial Burma was in a state of military, economic and constitutional collapse, while thousands of evacuees attempted trek out of Burma to India amidst perilous conditions. Drawing on diverse and previously unpublished accounts, Michael D. Leigh analyses the experiences of evacuees in both Burma and India and critically examines the impact of evacuation on colonial and Burmese politics in the lead-up to independence in 1948. This study will be of particular interest to students and scholars of Burmese history, 20th-century imperialism and the global reach of the Second World War. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 240 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9781472589736 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781472589750 • £64.99 / $69.99 Library eBook 9781472589743 Bloomsbury Academic

Race, Tea and Colonial Resettlement

Decolonization and Conflict

Imperial Families, Interrupted

Colonial Comparisons and Legacies

Jane McCabe, University of Otago, New Zealand

Edited by Martin Thomas & Gareth Curless, both of University of Exeter, UK

Adapted by adaptor

In the early 20th century, the 'problem' of interracial relations between British colonials and natives was a hotly debated topic in British India. One Scottish missionary’s solution was to isolate and raise the mixed-race children of British tea planters and local women in an institution in Kalimpong before permanently resettling them as workers in New Zealand. Jane McCabe leads us through a compelling research journey that began with uncovering the story of her own grandmother, Lorna Peters, one of 130 adolescents resettled in New Zealand under the scheme between 1908 and 1938. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 272 pages • 22 bw illus HB 9781474299503 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474299510 • £64.99 / $69.99 Library eBook 9781474299527 Bloomsbury Academic

Imperial Co-operation and Transfer, 1870-1930 Empires and Encounters Edited by Volker Barth & Roland Cvetkovski, both of University of Cologne, Germany Adapted by adaptor

Using a variety of examples from across Asia, Europe and Africa, this book demonstrates the ways in which empires have shared and exchanged their knowledge about imperial governance, including military strategy, religious influence and political surveillance. It asks how, when and where these partnerships took place, and who initiated them. Not only does this book fill an empirical gap in the study of imperial history, it traces ideas of empire from their conception in imperial contact zones to their implementation in specific contexts. As such, it is an important study for imperial and global historians of all specialisms. UK February 2017 • US February 2017 • 256 pages • 15 bw illus PB 9781350024779 • £24.99 / $33.95 Previously published in HB 9781472592132 Individual eBook 9781472592156 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472592149 Bloomsbury Academic

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The Imperial History Wars

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"[A] uniformly outstanding anthology that will long remain the last word on comparative colonialism between 1920 and 1970." Michael Provence, University of California, San Diego, USA For some years western and other governments have struggled to contend with ideologically-driven guerrilla movements, religiouslyinspired militias and systematic targeting of civilian populations. Numerous conflicts of this type are rooted in experiences of empire breakdown, yet few comparative studies of decolonization’s violence exist. Decolonization and Conflict brings together expertise on a variety of different cases to provide the first comparative overview of the colonial conflicts that engulfed Europe’s empires after 1945. UK June 2017 • US June 2017 • 296 pages HB 9781474250382 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474250399 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474250405 Bloomsbury Academic

The Portuguese Massacre of Wiriyamu in Colonial Mozambique, 1964-2013 Mustafah Dhada, California State University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Spanning the period from 1964 to 2013 and complete with a foreword from Peter Pringle, this study explores why the Wiriyamu massacre took place, how events unfolded and what the impact of the massacre was, particularly for the Portuguese empire. Chronologically arranged, it covers the liberation war in Mozambique and uses fieldwork, interviews, film, images and archival sources to place the massacre firmly in its historical context. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 256 pages PB 9781350036802 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472511980 Individual eBook 9781472512000 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472506221 Bloomsbury Academic

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Rare ancient manuscripts, early printed books, and documents from the 10th to 20th centuries combine to tell the story of the shared heritage of Europe and the Middle East across the course of a millennia. The History of Science and Medicine collection, the first module of the library, showcases the contribution of early Arab and Persian scientists, doctors and thinkers; their translation, reception and influence in Europe and their lasting influence on the development of Western scientific and medical knowledge.

CONTENT HIGHLIGHTS • Ibn Baklarish’s Kitab al-Musta’ini—Book of simple medicines • Haly Abbas’s (Al Maju¯sı¯ ) seminal 10th century medical text Liber Totius Medicine Necessaria Continens • Liber de cirurgia by Albucasis (AlZahrawi)—a pivotal 15th century medical treatise detailing early Arab surgical practices and instruments • An early edition of Serapion the Younger’s book of medical botany, Liber aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus • Reports of European scientific explorations documenting the animals, plants, and geology of countries including Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria

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Rabaul 1943–44

Money, Empire, Power and Guilt

Reducing Japan's Great Island Fortress

Peter Clarke

Mark Lardas

Adapted by adaptor

An exploration of the idea that war, rather than inexorable socioeconomic forces, has been a prime mover of history in the 20th century. Through the prism of the tragedy of two World Wars, Peter Clarke examines the interplay between key figures with a sophisticated analysis of their writings, decisions and pronouncements, alongside the broader dynamics of history of this extraordinary period. Clarke illuminates some crucial historical controversies, putting the question of how a world war started in 1914, and the issue of Germany's 'war guilt', into a challenging new perspective. Revealing and insightful, this is history of the highest calibre. UK January 2018 • US September 2018 • 432 pages PB 9781408851685 • £9.99 / $18.00 Previously published in HB 9781408851654 Individual eBook 9781620406625 • $21.99 Bloomsbury Paperbacks

Illustrated by Mark Postlethwaite Adapted by adaptor

In 1942, the massive Japanese naval and air base at Rabaul was a fortress standing on the road to Tokyo. It was impossible to seize Rabaul, or starve the 100,000-strong garrison out. Instead the US-led Allies began an innovative, hard-fought air campaign to draw Rabaul’s teeth, and allow them to bypass the island completely. Avoiding a costly invasion, they would gradually destroy Japan’s offensive capabilities on Rabaul, and then rely on air power to keep Rabaul out of the war. But Rabaul was a tough, hugely fortified target for pilots and aviators to fly against. Mark Lardas explains how this legendary air campaign was conceived and fought, and how its success provided a roadmap for the rest of the Pacific War. UK January 2018 • US January 2018 • 96 pages PB 9781472822444 • £13.99 / $20.00 Library eBook 9781472822437 Series: Air Campaign • Osprey Publishing

The First Nazi

Nations, Identities and the First World War

Erich Ludendorff Will Brownell & Denise Drace-Brownell

Shifting Loyalties to the Fatherland

Adapted by adaptor

General Erich Ludendorff was one of the most important military commanders of the 20th century. This is the only major biography of Ludendorff, a top general of the First World War and former military dictator of Germany. Shortly after losing the war in 1918, Ludendorff created the myth that they had lost only because the Jews had conspired against their own country. He created an alliance with Hitler, became a Nazi and wrote on how Germans needed a new war to reclaim their country’s power. Without Ludendorff there likely would not have been a Second World War. UK July 2017 ● 272 pages PB 9780715652183 ● £10.99 ● HB 9780715651049 ● £20.00 Individual eBook 9780715651056 ● £7.99 Duckworth Overlook World English (excluding USA /Canada)

Violence and the German Soldier in the Great War Killing, Dying, Surviving Benjamin Ziemann, University of Sheffield, UK Adapted by adaptor

During the Great War, mass-killing took place on an unprecedented scale. Violence and the German Soldier in the Great War demonstrates how the soldiers in the German army were practicing violence and how the killing of enemies, the dying of German soldiers and their survival were entwined. Benjamin Ziemann makes a wealth of extensive archival work available to an Anglophone audience for the first time, enhancing our understanding of the German army and its practises of violence during the First World War and the implications of this brutalisation in post-war Germany. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 320 pages • 7 bw illus HB 9781474239585 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474239592 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474239608 Bloomsbury Academic World All Languages (except German)

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The Locomotive of War

Edited by Nico Wouters, Centre for War and Contemporary Society, Belgium & Laurence van Ypersele, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium Adapted by adaptor

This study examines the significance of ‘the fatherland’ notion during the First World War and its aftermath. The book combines chapters on broad topics like patriotism, nation, and minorities at war with more specific case studies in order to deepen our understanding of how this nationalist concept remained an essential building block of the culture of total war in Europe at this time. This transnational volume also reveals and develops a range of insightful connections between the themes it covers, as well as between different groups, countries and regions within Europe. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 352 pages • 12 bw illus HB 9781350036437 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350036451 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350036444 Bloomsbury Academic

Publishers, Readers and the Great War Literature and Memory since 1918 Vincent Trott, The Open University, UK Adapted by adaptor

Literature is at the heart of popular understandings of the First World War in Britain, and has perpetuated a popular memory of the conflict centred on disillusionment, horror and futility. This book examines how and why literature has had this impact, exploring the role played by authors, publishers and readers. It provides a detailed analysis of critical and popular responses to war books, tracing the evolution of readers’ attitudes to the war. Trott thus offers fresh insights regarding the emergence of a collective memory of the First World War in Britain. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 288 pages • 14 b/w illustrations HB 9781474291491 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474291507 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474291477 Bloomsbury Academic

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Bloomsbury Studies in Military History

Great Men in the Second World War

Series Editor: Jeremy Black, University of Exeter, UK Offering up-to-date, scholarly accounts of war and military history, this series is unrestricted by period or geography, and provides freestanding works of original scholarship that are attuned to conceptual and historiographical developments in the field.

The Struggle for North America, 1754-1758 Britannia’s Tarnished Laurels George Yagi, University of the Pacific, USA Adapted by adaptor

SHORTLISTED FOR THE BEST FIRST BOOK CATEGORY OF THE TEMPLER MEDAL 2016 This book provides an insight into the initial stages of the Seven Years War, and explains why Britain failed despite the many advantages it enjoyed. Employing an immense amount of varied primary material it aims to dispel commonly held misconceptions and prove that the reasons for failure are much more complicated than has been assumed.

The Rise and Fall of the Big Three Paul Dukes, University of Aberdeen, UK Adapted by adaptor

Paul Dukes selects key five individuals, each one of the leaders of the three great victorious powers – Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt, Truman and Attlee – to provide a new perspective on the events of the Second World War. Drawing on records of their interactions at conferences at Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam, as well as their memoirs and diaries, Dukes sheds new light on the major personalities involved as well on the course of the war. This book will interest any student of the Second World War or anyone interested in the role of individuals in making history. UK May 2017 • US May 2017 • 216 pages HB 9781474268080 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474268097 • £64.99 / $69.99 Library eBook 9781474268103 Bloomsbury Academic

Crime, Regulation and Control During the Blitz

UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 272 pages PB 9781350042070 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474229968 Individual eBook 9781474229975 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474229999 Series: Bloomsbury Studies in Military History • Bloomsbury Academic

The D-Day Landing on Gold Beach 6 June 1944 Andrew Holborn, Independent Scholar, UK Adapted by adaptor

This study analyses in depth the preparations and implementation of the D-Day landing on Gold Beach by XXX Corps. Using detailed primary evidence from The National Archives and the Imperial War Museum, this volume provides a substantial assessment of the background to the landing on Gold on 6 June 1944, and analyses the events of D-Day in the wider context of the Normandy Campaign. UK March 2017 • US March 2017 • 264 pages PB 9781350027824 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781441183286 Individual eBook 9781441173409 • £89.99 / $96.99 Library eBook 9781441138170 Series: Bloomsbury Studies in Military History • Bloomsbury Academic

Protecting the Population of Bombed Cities Peter Adey, Keele University, UK, David J. Cox, Keele University, UK & Barry Godfrey, University of Liverpool, UK Adapted by adaptor

Crime, Regulation and Control During the Blitz looks at the social effect of bombing on urban centres like Liverpool, Coventry and London, critically examining how the wartime authorities struggled to regulate and control crime and offending during the Blitz. Focusing predominantly on Liverpool, it investigates how the authorities and citizens anticipated the aerial war, and how the State and local authorities proposed to contain and protect a population made unruly, potentially deviant and drawn into a new landscape of criminal regulation. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 272 pages PB 9781350048522 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781441159953 Individual eBook 9781441148421 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781441143587 Series: History of Crime, Deviance and Punishment • Bloomsbury Academic

The Everyday Cold War Australian Soldiers in South Africa and Vietnam Words from the Battlefield Effie Karageorgos, University of Melbourne, Australia Adapted by adaptor

Following men from enlistment to the war front, this book analyses their words alongside theories of soldiering to demonstrate the transformation of soldiers as a response to developments in military procedure, as well as changing civilian opinion. This analysis of the letters and diaries of soldiers reveals new insights into their experience of, and reactions to, the war they were fighting. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 272 pages PB 9781350048584 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472585806 Individual eBook 9781472585813 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472585820 Series: Bloomsbury Studies in Military History • Bloomsbury Academic

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Britain and China, 1950-1972 Chi-kwan Mark, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK Adapted by adaptor

"Chi-Kwan Mark has written a powerful account of a key Cold War relationship." Rana Mitter, University of Oxford China Centre, UK In 1950 the British government accorded diplomatic recognition to the newly founded People’s Republic of China, but it took 22 years for Britain to establish full diplomatic relations with China. This book argues that Britain and China were involved in an ‘everyday Cold War’: a continuous process of contestation and cooperation that allowed them to normalise their confrontation in the absence of full diplomatic relations, and which was marked by diplomatic ritual, propaganda rhetoric and symbolic retaliation. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 288 pages HB 9781474265447 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474265454 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474265461 Bloomsbury Academic

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Series Editor: Stephen McVeigh, Swansea University, UK This is a multi- and interdisciplinary series which encourages the parallel and complementary military, historical, and socio-cultural investigation of 20th- and 21st-century war and conflict.

Prisoners of the Sumatra Railway Narratives of History and Memory Lizzie Oliver, Independent Scholar, UK Adapted by adaptor

This is the first book to detail the experiences of British former prisoners of war (POWs) who were forced to construct a railway across Sumatra during the Japanese occupation. Lizzie Oliver brings to light previously unpublished materials, including diaries, letters, artwork and photographs to analyse how former POWs tried to share, preserve, and make sense of their experiences. UK December 2017 • US December 2017 • 208 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350024120 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350024144 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350024137 Series: War, Culture and Society • Bloomsbury Academic

The Japanese Comfort Women and Sexual Slavery during the China and Pacific Wars Caroline Norma, RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia Adapted by adaptor

The Japanese military was responsible for the sexual enslavement of thousands of women and girls in Asia and the Pacific during the China and Pacific wars under the guise of providing 'comfort' for battle-weary troops. Caroline Norma explores the origins of this sexual slavery system and illustrates how Japanese women were its initial victims. Using firsthand accounts and secondary sources, this book show how military sexual slavery can originate in civilian prostitution systems. UK June 2017 • US June 2017 • 264 pages PB 9781350040014 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781472512475 Individual eBook 9781472507808 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781472511256 Series: War, Culture and Society • Bloomsbury Academic

The Chaco War

Jewish Volunteers, the International Brigades and the Spanish Civil War Gerben Zaagsma, University of Göttingen, Germany Adapted by adaptor

This study discusses and examines the participation of volunteers of Jewish descent in the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War. It focuses in particular on the establishment of the Naftali Botwin Company and analyses the symbolic meaning of the participation of Jewish volunteers both during and after the civil war. By examining the ethnic politics of the International Brigades and the communist movement post-1935, the book explores the idea that these Jewish volunteers can be seen as 'the first Jews to resist Hitler with arms'. UK April 2017 • US April 2017 • 264 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781472505491 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781472508454 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781472513793 Series: War, Culture and Society • Bloomsbury Academic

Cultural Responses to Occupation in Japan The Performing Body During and After the Cold War Adam Broinowski, Australian National University, Australia Adapted by adaptor

Utilizing original and secondary materials from the fields of theatre, dance, performance art, film and poetry, this volume probes the interrelationship that exists between the body and the nation-state. It examines how the performing arts have shaped and been shaped by the political and historical conditions experienced in Japan during the Cold War and post-Cold War periods. Important artistic works are analysed using ethnographic, historical and theoretical modes in an approach that reveals the nuanced and prolonged effects of military, cultural and political occupation in Japan over a period of dramatic change. UK July 2017 • US July 2017 • 280 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350042094 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781780935966 Individual eBook 9781780935973 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781780935874 Series: War, Culture and Society • Bloomsbury Academic

Environment, Ethnicity, and Nationalism

War and Peace in the Western Political Imagination

Edited by Bridget María Chesterton, Buffalo State, The State University of New York, USA

From Classical Antiquity to the Age of Reason

Adapted by adaptor

"[A] well-rounded contribution that will be of interest to scholars of Latin American history, political science, culture, and literature." Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies

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War, Culture and Society

Roger B. Manning, Cleveland State University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Moving beyond the battlefields of the Chaco War, this volume highlights the forgotten narratives of the war. Studying the environmental, ethnic and social realities in both Bolivia and Paraguay, the contributors examine the conflict and explore its relationship with and impact on nationalism, activism and modernity.

In the first work of academic research to examine the study of peace head on, Roger Manning looks at war and peace from the Classical world through to the 18th century. He considers the nature and advocacy of war and peace from both historical and philosophical perspectives, examining how universal peace has become a political philosophy that underpins modern society’s attitudes towards warfare and militarism.

UK August 2017 • US August 2017 • 232 pages PB 9781350045675 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474248846 Individual eBook 9781474248891 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474248877 Bloomsbury Academic

UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 392 pages PB 9781474258692 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474258708 Individual eBook 9781474258715 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474258722 Bloomsbury Academic

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The British Way of War in Northwest Europe, 1944-5

British Flag Officers in the French Wars, 1793-1815

A Study of Two Infantry Divisions

Admirals' Lives

L. P. Devine, Independent Scholar, UK

John Morrow, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Adapted by adaptor

This book examines the experience of two British Infantry Divisions, the 43rd (Wessex) and 53rd (Welsh) during the Overlord campaign in Northwest Europe. To understand the way the British fought during Operation Overlord, the book considers the political and military factors between 1918 and 1943 before addressing the major battles and day-to-day experiences of the campaign. Through exploration of unit war diaries and first-hand accounts, Louis Devine demonstrates how Montgomery’s way of war translated to the divisions and their sub units. UK June 2017 • US June 2017 • 248 pages PB 9781350039469 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474225649 Individual eBook 9781474225656 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781474225663 Bloomsbury Academic

Adapted by adaptor

British Flag Officers in the French Wars, 1793-1815 considers the professional lives of well-known and more obscure admirals, vice-admirals and rearadmirals. It examines the demands of naval command, flag officers’ understanding of their authority and their approach to exercising it, their ambitions and failures, their professional interactions, and their lives afloat and onshore. In exploring these themes, it draws on a wide range of correspondence and other primary source material. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 288 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9781474277679 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781474277686 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781474277693 Bloomsbury Academic

Internment during the Second World War

The Second World War and the 'Other British Isles' Memory and Heritage in the Isle of Man, Orkney, and the Channel Islands Daniel Travers, Laurentian University, Canada Adapted by adaptor

In this remarkable contribution to British Island Studies, Daniel Travers pursues these histories and their commemoration across numerous local sites of memory: museums, heritage sites, public spaces. He examines the way these island identities assert their own distinctiveness over the British wartime story, and ultimately the way they fit into the ongoing discourse about how the memory of the Second World War has been constructed since 1945. UK March 2018 • US March 2018 • 240 pages • 12 bw illus HB 9781350006942 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350006959 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350006966 Bloomsbury Academic

A Comparative Study of Great Britain and the USA Rachel Pistol, University of Exeter, UK Adapted by adaptor

The internment of ‘enemy aliens’ during the Second World War was arguably the greatest stain on the Allied record of human rights on the home front. Internment during the Second World War compares and contrasts the experiences of foreign nationals unfortunate enough to be born in the ‘wrong’ nation when Great Britain, and later the USA, went to war. Memoirs, letters, and oral testimony help to put a human face on the suffering incurred during the turbulent early years of the war and serve as memorials of what can happen to vulnerable groups during times of conflict. UK September 2017 • US September 2017 • 240 pages • 9 bw illus HB 9781350001428 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350001435 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350001411 Bloomsbury Academic

Holocaust Remembrance between the National and the Transnational

Remembering the Holocaust Generations, Witnessing and Place Esther Jilovsky, University of Melbourne, Australia

The Stockholm International Forum and the First Decade of the International Task Force

Adapted by adaptor

An intriguing analysis of how place constructs memory and how memory constructs place, Remembering the Holocaust shows how visiting sites such as Auschwitz shapes the transfer of Holocaust memory from one generation to the next. Through the discussion of a range of memoirs and novels, including Landscapes of Memory by Ruth Kluger, Too Many Men by Lily Brett, The War After by Anne Karpf and Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer, Remembering the Holocaust reveals the pivotal yet complicated role of place in each generation’s writing about the Holocaust. UK February 2017 • US February 2017 • 240 pages PB 9781350025134 • £24.99 / $33.95 Previously published in HB 9781780936338 Individual eBook 9781780936116 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781780936970 Bloomsbury Academic

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Larissa Allwork, University of Nottingham, UK Adapted by adaptor

This book provides a key study of the remembrance of the Jewish Catastrophe and the Nazi-era past in the world arena. It uses a range of primary documentation from the restitution conferences, speeches and presentations made at the Stockholm International Forum of 2000, a global event and an attempt to mark a defining moment in the inter-cultural construction of the political and institutional memory of the Holocaust in the USA, Europe and Israel. UK January 2017 • US January 2017 • 256 pages PB 9781350022430 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781441185884 Individual eBook 9781472587152 • £28.99 / $30.99 Library eBook 9781441131522 Bloomsbury Academic

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A series of books designed to help students further their understanding of key topics within the field of Holocaust studies.

Survivor Transitional Narratives of Nazi-Era Destruction The Second Liberation

The United States and the Nazi Holocaust Race, Refuge, and Remembrance Barry Trachtenberg, Wake Forest University, USA Adapted by adaptor

The United States and the Nazi Holocaust is an invaluable synthesis of American policies and attitudes towards the Nazi persecution of the European Jewry from 1933 up to the modern day. The book, which includes 20 illustrations, weaves together a vast body of scholarly literature to bring students of the Holocaust a balanced, readable overview of this complex and often controversial topic. It demonstrates that the United States’ response to the rise of Nazism, the refugee crisis it provoked, the Holocaust, and its aftermath were—and remain—intricately linked to the ever-shifting racial, social, and political status of American Jewry. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 288 pages • 25 bw illus PB 9781472567185 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781472567192 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781472567208 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781472567215 Series: Perspectives on the Holocaust • Bloomsbury Academic

The Holocaust in Eastern Europe At the Epicenter of the Final Solution Waitman Wade Beorn, University of NebraskaOmaha, USA Adapted by adaptor

Beorn illustrates the complex nature of the Holocaust by discussing the difficult subjects of collaboration, sexual violence, the use of slave labour, profiteering and others within a larger narrative framework. He gives good coverage of non-Jewish victims, including Soviet POWs, Slavs and the Sinti-Roma, but ensures that there is a significant Jewish perspective woven throughout the text, exploring key topics like Jewish resistance, the Jewish councils and the Pale of Settlement. There are primary sources introduced into the discussion via text boxes and a variety of other features such as 30 images, several maps, a glossary and further reading lists. UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 352 pages • 29 bw illus PB 9781474232180 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781474232197 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9781474232210 • £21.99 / $23.99 Library eBook 9781474232227 Series: Perspectives on the Holocaust • Bloomsbury Academic

Dennis B. Klein, Kean University, USA Adapted by adaptor

Survivor Transitional Narratives of Nazi-Era Destruction examines Holocaust accounts written during the 1960s by three survivors and draws attention to the importance of the historical context in which these testimonies were written. Dennis B. Klein considers how the backdrop of the 1960s, Nazi war trials, and Nazi amnesty legislation influenced writers’ decisions to share their experiences and motivated the ways in which they did so. This contextual interpretation challenges the dominant historical discourse by illustrating the importance of writers’ psychological responses, and provides an essential text for students and scholars of Holocaust studies and Jewish studies. UK November 2017 • US November 2017 • 272 pages HB 9781350037144 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350037151 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350037168 Series: A Modern History of Politics and Violence • Bloomsbury Academic

HOLOCAUST & GENOCIDE STUDIES

Perspectives on the Holocaust

Jewish Masculinity in the Holocaust Between Destruction and Construction Maddy Carey, Independent Scholar, UK Adapted by adaptor

This book draws on historical and sociological arguments to explore, for the first time, the impact of the Holocaust on the gender identities of Jewish men, with specific examples from France, Holland, Belgium, and Poland. Using an analysis of a wide range of sources including diaries and journals written at the time, underground ghetto newspapers and numerous memoirs written in the intervening years by survivors, this important study breaks new ground in its coverage of gender and masculinities and is an important text for anyone studying the history of the Holocaust. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 224 pages HB 9781350008069 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350008090 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350008083 Bloomsbury Academic

Holocaust Perpetrators of the German Police Battalions The Mass Murder of Jewish Civilians, 1940-1942 Ian Rich, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK Adapted by adaptor

Holocaust Perpetrators of the German Police Battalions examines the structures and actions of two previously unstudied German police battalions in Poland and Ukraine between 1940 to 1942. Using these case studies, Ian Rich draws attention to the actions and motivations of individual lower-ranking policemen who participated in the mass murder of Jews during the Holocaust. He illuminates their pivotal roles as organizers, educators and role models, and the ways they were able to influence their subordinates to carry out these atrocities. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 240 pages HB 9781350038028 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350038035 • £84.99 / $91.99 Library eBook 9781350038042 Bloomsbury Academic

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Cultural Histories Series The Cultural Histories are multi-volume sets offering comprehensive surveys of the social and cultural construction of specific subjects across six historical periods: Antiquity; The Medieval Age; The Renaissance; The Enlightenment; The Age of Empire; The Modern Age. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters so that readers may gain a broad understanding of a period by reading an entire volume, or follow a theme through history by reading the relevant chapter in each volume.

A Cultural History of Memory Six-Volume Set Edited by Stefan Berger, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany & Jeffery K. Olick, University of Virginia, USA The first thematic overview of the cultural history of memory from antiquity to the 21st century. This set provides historians, as well as scholars and students of related fields, with the first interdisciplinary overview of the cultural history of memory from ancient times to the present day. Each volume adopts the same thematic structure, covering: politics; time and space; media and technology; science and education; philosophy; religion and history; high culture and popular culture; society; and remembering and forgetting. This enables readers to trace one theme throughout history, as well as gain a thorough overview of each individual period. UK December 2018 • US January 2019 • 6 vols. • 1,728 pp • 300 bw illus HB Set 9781474273848 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

A Cultural History of Money Six-Volume Set Edited by Bill Maurer, University of California Irvine, USA A definitive overview of money in history, this unique scholarly work presents 4,500 years of money in culture. A Cultural History of Money presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. The set of six volumes charts how money has made the world go around over four millennia and how it has shaped, and been shaped by, the broader social and cultural world. Each volume discusses the same themes in its seven chapters: money and its technologies; money and its ideas; money and religion; money and the everyday; money and art (or visual representations); money and its interpretation (or verbal representations); and money and the issues of the age. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 6 vols. • 1,824 pp • 300 bw illus HB Set 9781474237390 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

A Cultural History of Peace Six-Volume Set Edited by Ronald Edsforth, Dartmouth College, USA The first comprehensive cultural history of peace that stretches from the ancient period to the present. This set covers a span of 2500 years, tracing how different cultures and societies have thought about, struggled for, developed and sustained peace in different ways and at different times. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: definitions of peace; human nature, peace and war; peace, war and gender; peace, pacifism and religion; representations of peace; peace as integration; peace movements; and peace, security and deterrence. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 6 vols. • 1,728 pp • 300 bw illus HB Set 9781474241359 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

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Six-Volume Set Edited by Linda Kalof, Michigan State University, USA ‘The essays making up this six-volume set are entertaining, insightful, debatable, scholarly and yet accessible... The result is a comprehensive overview of women culturally through two and a half thousand years of history.’ – Reference Reviews

A Cultural History of Women presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. With six volumes covering 2,500 years, this is the most authoritative history available of women in Western cultures. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: The Life Cycle; Bodies and Sexuality; Religion and Popular Beliefs; Medicine and Disease; Public and Private Worlds; Education and Work; Power; and Artistic Representation. UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 6 vols. • 1,680 pp • 217 bw illus. PB Set 9781350009844 • £125.00 / $172.00 UK February 2013 • US April 2013 • 6 vols. • 1680 pp • 217bw illus. HB Set 9781847884756 • £395.00/ $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

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A Cultural History of Women

Individual volumes available for purchase

A Cultural History of Women in Antiquity Edited by Janet Tulloch, Carleton University, Canada UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 304 pp • 32 bw illus. PB 9781350009189 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 304 pp• 32 bw illus. HB 9780857850973 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Women in the Middle Ages Edited by Kim Phillips, University of Auckland, New Zealand UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 352 pp • 55 bw illus. PB 9781350009684 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 352 pp • 55 bw illus. HB 9780857850980 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Women in the Renaissance Edited by Karen Raber, University of Mississippi, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016• 256 pp • 44 bw illus. PB 9781350009745 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 256 pp • 44 bw illus. HB 9780857850997 £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Women in the Age of Enlightenment Edited by Ellen Pollak, Michigan State University, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 304 pp • 32 bw illus. PB 9781350009806 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 256 pp • 32 bw illus. HB 9780857851000 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Women in the Age of Empire Edited by Teresa Mangum, University of Iowa, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 256 pp • 47 bw illus. PB 9781350009813 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 256 pp • 47 bw illus. HB 9780857851017 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Women in the Modern Age Edited by Liz Conor, University of Melbourne, Australia UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 256 pp • 7 bw illus. PB 9781350009820 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 256 pp • 7 bw illus. HB 9780857851024 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Western Empires Six-Volume Set Edited by Antoinette Burton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA With six volumes covering 2,500 years, this is the definitive overview of Western empires through history. This highly-illustrated major reference work presents historians, scholars and students of related fields with the first comprehensive and interdisciplinary overview of the cultural history of empire from ancient times to modernity. Each volume assesses the same key themes, meaning readers can gain a broad overview of each period or follow a theme throughout history: War, Trade, Natural Worlds, Labour, Mobility, Sexuality, Resistance and Race. UK October 2018 • US November 2018 • 6 vols. • 1,728 pp • 300 bw illus HB Set 9781474242752 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

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A Cultural History of Gardens Six-Volume Set Edited by Michael Leslie, formerly Rhodes College, USA & John Dixon Hunt, University of Pennsylvania, USA ‘Works of this stature and interest appear at rare intervals and this indeed is an eagerly anticipated moment and an achievement to savour’ - Christina Dyson & Richard Aitken, Australian Garden History

A Cultural History of Gardens presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. This set of six volumes covers over 2,500 years of gardens as physical, social and artistic spaces. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: Design; Types of Gardens; Planting; Use and Reception; Meaning; Verbal Representations; Visual Representations; Gardens and the Larger Landscape. UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 6 vols. • 1,792 pp • 264 bw illus. PB Set 9781350009950 • £125.00 / $172.00 UK May 2013 • US July 2013 • 6 vols.• 1,792 pp • 264 bw illus. HB Set 9781847882653 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

Individual volumes available for purchase

A Cultural History of Gardens in Antiquity Edited by Kathryn Gleason, Cornell University, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 304 pages • 52 bw illus. PB 9781350009868 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 304 pages • 52 bw illus. HB 9780857850294 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Gardens in the Medieval Age Edited by Michael Leslie, formerly Rhodes College, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 288 pages • 14 bw illus. PB 9781350009905 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 288 pages • 14 bw illus. HB 9780857850300 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Gardens in the Renaissance Edited by Elizabeth Hyde, Kean University, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 320 pages • 52 bw illus. PB 9781350009912 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 320 pages • 52 bw illus. HB 9780857850317 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Gardens in the Age of Enlightenment Edited by Stephen Bending, University of Southampton, UK UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 304 pages • 49 bw illus. PB 9781350009929 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 304 pages • 49 bw illus. HB 9780857850324 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Gardens in the Age of Empire Edited by Sonja Dümpelman, Harvard Graduate School of Design, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 304 pages • 54 bw illus. PB 9781350009936 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 • 304 pages • 54 bw illus. HB 9780857850331 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Gardens in the Modern Age Edited by John Dixon Hunt, University of Pennsylvania, USA UK September 2016 • US September 2016 • 272 pages • 43 bw illus. PB 9781350009943 • £24.99 / $34.95 UK April 2015 • US May 2015 •272 pages • 43 bw illus. HB 9780857850348 • £70.00 / $95.00

A Cultural History of Work Six-Volume Set Edited by Deborah Simonton, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark & Anne Montenach, AixMarseille University, France The first cultural history of work covering the ancient period to the present. This set traces where and how people have worked in different cultures and societies, from the ancient period to the current time. It explores what work has meant for both individuals and society more generally and how work has influenced and been influenced by politics, art and religion. Examining the history of work offers an insight into the way past societies thought, behaved and developed. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: the economy of work; picturing work; work and workplaces; workplace cultures; work, skill and technology; work and mobility; work and society; the political culture of work; and work and leisure. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 6 vols. • 1,728 pp • 300 bw illus HB Set 9781474245036 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

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Six-Volume Set Edited by Christina M. Anderson, University of Oxford, UK The definitive overview of furniture through history. A Cultural History of Furniture presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. This set of six volumes spans 4,500 years of furniture in its physical, social and cultural context. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: Design and Motifs; Makers, Making and Materials; Types and Uses of Furniture; The Domestic Setting; The Public Setting; Exhibition and Display; Furniture and Architecture; Visual Representations; Verbal Representations. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 6 vols. • 1,824 pp • 180 colour and 180 bw illus. HB Set 9781472577894 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

A Cultural History of Law Six-Volume Set

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A Cultural History of Furniture

Edited by Gary Watt, University of Warwick, UK The first comprehensive overview of law in culture and culture in law throughout history. A Cultural History of Law presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. The set of six volumes covers a span of 4,500 years, tracing the complexity of the interactions between law and culture from the earliest civilizations. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: Justice; Constitution; Codes; Agreements; Arguments; Property and Possession; Wrongs; The Legal Profession. UK September 2017 • US November 2017 • 6 vols. • 1,824 pp • 300 bw illus. HB Set 9781474212854 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

A Cultural History of the Emotions Six-Volume Set Edited by Susan Broomhall, University of Western Australia, Australia, Jane Davidson, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Andrew Lynch, University of Western Australia, Australia The first thematic survey of emotions from antiquity to the 21st century. A Cultural History of the Emotions explores how emotions have changed over the course of human history, but also how emotions have themselves created and changed history. Each volume in the series encompasses interdisciplinary work on the emotions, covering the medical, scientific, religious and intellectual history, how they have been performed and represented and how they were enacted in social practices on both a personal and public level. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: Medical and Scientific Understandings; Religion and Spirituality; Music and Dance; Drama; The Visual Arts; Literature; In Private: The Individual and the Domestic Community; In Public: Collectivities and Polities. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 6 vols. • 1,728 pp • 270 bw illus. HB Set 9781472515063 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

A Cultural History of Hair Six-Volume Set Edited by Geraldine Biddle-Perry, UAL, UK A definitive overview of hair in history, which presents nearly 3000 years of hair in culture and examines diverse topics such as gender, ethnicity, morality, status, hygiene, eroticism and belief. From saintly hair as relic to hairlessness as fetish, hair has played multiple roles and has been steeped in manifold meanings within and across historical periods and cultures. Biologically and sartorially unavoidable, it is a distinctive marker of identity deeply associated with gender, eroticism, ethnicity, morality, status and hygiene. Spanning a wide range of topics from hair and characterization in literature and art through to the subversion of gender stereotyping through hair, A Cultural History of Hair is the first multi-volume scholarly reference work on the subject. UK November 2018 • US January 2019 • 6 vols. • 1,728pp • 500-600 bw illus HB Set 9781474232128 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

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A Cultural History of Theatre Six-Volume Set Edited by Christopher B. Balme, University of Munich, Germany and Tracy C. Davis, Northwestern University, USA The definitive overview of theatre throughout history. A Cultural History of Theatre presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. The set of six volumes covers a span of 2500 years, tracing the complexity of the interactions between theatre and culture. Each volume discusses the same themes in its chapters: Institutional Frameworks; Social Functions; Sexuality and Gender; The Environment of Theatre; Circulation; Interpretations; Communities of Production; Repertoire and Genres; Technologies of Performance; Knowledge Transmission: Media and Memory. UK September 2017 • US November 2017 • 6 vols. • 1,824 pp • 270 bw illus. HB Set 9781472585844 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Methuen Drama

A Cultural History of Dress and Fashion Six-Volume Set Edited by Susan J. Vincent, University of York, UK The most authoritative and comprehensive survey available on dress and fashion through history. A Cultural History of Dress and Fashion presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. This set of six volumes covers Antiquity; The Medieval Age; The Renaissance; The Age of Enlightenment; The Age of Empire; and The Modern Age. Each volume assesses the same key themes in its chapters, meaning readers can gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme throughout history by reading relevant chapters in each volume. Chapter titles include: Textiles, Production and Distribution, The Body, Belief, Gender and Sexuality, Status, Ethnicity, Visual Representations and Literary Representations. UK October 2016 • US November 2016 • 6 vols. • 1,728 pp • 600 bw illus. HB Set 9781472557490 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series Bloomsbury Academic

Bloomsbury Academic Collections Bloomsbury Academic Collections reissues classic titles from the historic and extensive backlist of Bloomsbury’s numerous imprints. These include Athlone Press, Pinter, T&T Clark, Sheffield Academic Press, Mowbray, Burns & Oates, Geoffrey Chapman, Cassell Academic, Mansell, Thoemmes, and Continuum.

History and Politics in the 20th Century: Conflict in the 20th Century - Bloomsbury Academic Collections Eight-Volume Set Focusing on some of the conflicts that have shaped the 20th century and how they have changed national and international politics ever since, this collection of eight facsimile editions contains titles from our imprints The Athlone Press, Pinter, Mansell and Continuum. Going beyond the analysis of military strategies and developments, these books address the political repercussions of war, the propaganda involved in shaping a nation’s acceptance or rejection of military actions, the attitudes minorities face during wartime and the role of religion in instigating or resolving conflicts. All titles are available as a set or as individual volumes. UK October 2016 / US October 2016 • 8 vols. • 2,624 pages HB set 9781474292979 • £600.00 / $808.00 Series: History and Politics of the 20th Century: Bloomsbury Academic Collections Bloomsbury Academic All individual volumes £75.00 / $101.00

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Latin America and the Second World War: Volume 1: 1939 - 1942

R. A. Humphreys

9781474288217

9781474288224

Latin America and the Second World War: Volume 2: 1942 - 1945

R. A. Humphreys

9781474288248

9781474288255

Making the New Europe: European Unity and the Second World War

M. L. Smith and Peter M. R. Stirk

9781474290296

9781474290302

Minorities in Wartime: National and Racial Groupings in Europe, America and Australia during the Two World Wars

Panikos Panayi

9781474290500

9781474290517

The Falkland Crisis: The Rights and the Wrongs

Peter Calvert

9781474291149

9781474291156

US Official Propaganda During the Vietnam War

Caroline Page

9781474290845

9781474290852

Wars in the Third World: Second Edition

Guy Arnold

9781474291026

9781474291019

Yugoslavian Inferno: Ethnoreligious Warfare in the Balkans

Paul Mojzes

9781474288378

9781474288385

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Three-Volume Set The three titles in this set, chosen from our imprints The Athlone Press and Pinter, go beyond the history and politics of the 20th century and consider the value of using data from other disciplines to inform an understanding of large-scale global transformations. Drawing on anthropology, archaeology, economics and philosophy – to name a few – these titles help to highlight that the study of history and politics should never be considered in a vacuum but in relation to other subjects. All titles are available as a set or as individual volumes. UK October 2016 • US October 2016 • 3 vols. • 880 pages HB set 9781350000179 • £225.00 / $303.00 Series: History and Politics of the 20th Century: Bloomsbury Academic Collections Bloomsbury Academic All individual volumes £75.00 / $101.00

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Politics and Human Nature

Ian Forbes and Steve Smith

9781474287333

9781474287326

Waves of Time: Long-Term Change and International Relations

K.R. Dark

9781474288309

9781474288316

When History Accelerates: Essays on Rapid Social Change, Complexity and Creativity

C. M. Hann

9781474287210

9781474287227

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History and Politics in the 20th Century: Multi-Disciplinary Approaches - Bloomsbury Academic Collections

History and Politics in the 20th Century: Postcolonialism - Bloomsbury Academic Collections Five-Volume Set The facsimile editions presented in this set all focus on the political development and conflicts of postcolonial states that shaped them as independent nations in the second half of the 20th century. The five titles were chosen from our imprints The Athlone Press, Mansell and Pinter and cover the Middle East, Africa and India. All titles are available as a set or as individual volumes. UK October 2016 • US October 2016 • 5 vols. • 1,872 pages HB set 9781474297561 • £340.00 / $505.00 Series: History and Politics of the 20th Century: Bloomsbury Academic Collections Bloomsbury Academic All individual volumes £75.00 / $101.00

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After the Storm

Anthony H Cordesman

9781474292573

9781474292566

Social Ferment in India

Alexandra George

9781474291118

9781474291125

The International Politics of Africa's Strategic Minerals

Oye Ogunbadejo

9781474290531

9781474290548

The Third World Handbook: 2nd Edition

Guy Arnold

9781474291729

9781474291736

Third World Military Expenditure: Determinants and Implications

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