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Godina izdanja: 2010
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Šesta serija, dvadeset godina jednog od najznačajnijih istorijskih časopisa u Velikoj Britaniji.
Cambridge University Press, London.
Black hardback cloth cover.
220mm x 140mm
The Royal Historical Society Transactions offers readers an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world`s most distinguished historians.
Volume I (1991) Thompson, F.M.L., ‘Presidential Address: English Landed Society in the Twentieth Century: II. New Poor and New Rich’, p. 1-20 Reynolds, Susan, ‘Social Mentalities and the case of Medieval Scepticism’, pp. 21-42 Croft, Pauline, ‘The Reputation of Robert Cecil: libels, political opinion and popular awareness in the early seventeenth century’, pp. 43-70 Bethell, Leslie, ‘The Decline and Fall of Slavery in Nineteenth Century Brazil’, pp. 71-88 Lockwood, Shelley, ‘Marsilius of Padua and the case for the Royal Ecclesiastical Supremacy (The Alexander Prize Essay)’, pp. 89-120 Glanton, Lord Dacre of, ‘The Continuity of the English Revolution (The Prothero Lecture)’, pp. 121-136 Bossy, John, ‘Christian Life in the Later Middle Ages: 1. Prayers’, pp. 137-150 Dobson, Barry, ‘Christian Life in the Later Middle Ages: 2. English Monastic Cathedrals in the Fifteenth Century’, pp. 151-172 Rosser, Gervase, ‘Christian Life in the Later Middle Ages: 3. Parochial Conformity and Popular Religion in Late medieval England’, p. 173-190 Davies, Richard G., ‘Christian Life in the Later Middle Ages: 4. Lollardy and Locality’, pp. 191-212 Lannon, Frances, ‘Women and Images of Women in the Spanish Civil War’, pp. 213-228 Vincent, David, ‘The Origins of Public Secrecy in Britain’, pp. 229-248
Included is `England, Britain and the Audit of War` by Kenneth Morgan and `The Peoples of Britain and Ireland 1100-1400` by Professor Davies.
This 1995 third volume of the sixth series includes `English Landed Society in the Twentieth Century: IV, Prestige without Power?` by F. M. L. Thompson, "Between the Sea Power and the Land Power`: Scandinavia and the Coming of the First World War` by Patrick Salmon, `Confession before 1215` by Alexander Murray, "Les Engleys Nées en Irlande`: The English Political Identity in Medieval Ireland` by Robin Frame, `The Origins of the Gothic Revival: A Reappraisal` by Giles Worsley, `Providence, Protestant Union and Godly Reformation in the 1690s` by Craig Rose, `A Thirty Years War? The Two World Wars in Historical Perspective` by Michael Howard and `Bristol West India Merchants in the Eighteenth Century` by Kenneth Morgan.
Volume 4 includes Presidential Address: The People of Britain and Ireland, 1100–1400, 1.Identities; R. R. Davies; General Franco as Military Leader; Paul Preston; Symbolic Meanings of Hair in the Middle Ages; Robert Bartlett; ; Men`s Dilemma: The Future of Patriarchy in England 1560–1660; Anthony Fletcher; ; Edward III and the Dialectics of Strategy, 1327–1360 (The Alexander Prize Essay); Clifford J. Rogers; ; Monasteries and their Patrons at Foundation and Dissolution* (The Alexander Prize Essay); Benjamin Thompson; ; Prince and States General: Charles V and The Netherlands (1506–1555) (The Prothero Lecture); H. G. Koenigsberger; ; Political Ideologies in Twentieth Century Britain; Select The Failure of Socialist Unity in Britain c. 1893–1914; The Failure of Socialist Unity in Britain c. 1893–1914; Keith Laybourn; ; Liberal Toryism in the Twentieth Century; Michael Bentley; ‘Harvesting the Cupboards’: Why Britain has Produced no Administrative Theory or Ideology in the Twentieth Century; Peter Hennessy; ; Women and the Norman Conquest; Pauline Stafford; ; Metaphors of the Middle: the Discovery of the Petite Bourgeoisie 1880–1914; Geoffrey Crossick; ; Report of Council, Session 1993–1994; ; Officers and Council;
`The Peoples of Ireland, 1110-1400: II. Names and Boundaries`, Rees Davies; `My special friend`? The Settlement of Disputes and Political Power in the Kingdom of the French, tenth to early twelfth centuries`, Jane Martindale; `The structures of politics in early Stuart England`, Steve Gunn; `Liberalism and the establishment of collective security in British Foreign Policy`, Joseph C. Heim; `Empire and opportunity in later eighteenth century Britain`, Peter Marshall; History through fiction: British lives in the novels of Raymond Wilson, David B. Smith; and `Institutions and economic development in early modern central Europe: proto-industrialisation in Württemburg, 1580-1797`, Sheila Ogilvie.
Volume six of the sixth series, first published in 1997, includes: `The Peoples of Ireland, 1110–1400: III. Laws and Customs`, the third Presidential Address from Rees Davies; the winner of the Alexander Prize, `Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France (1385–1422)`, Rachel Gibbons; and the 1995 Prothero Lecture ”An Airier Aristocracy”: The Saints of War`, Christopher Holdsworth. Also included, contributions from Sarah Foot, Nicholas Orme and John Stevenson, a special collection of papers taking the theme `Honour and Reputation in Early-Modern England`, and the annual Report of Council.
volume seven of the sixth series will include: `The Peoples of Britain and Ireland, 1100–1400: IV Language and Historical Mythology`, Rees Davies; `The Limits of Totalitarianism: God, State and Society in the GDR`, Mary Fulbrook; `History as Destiny: Gobineau, H. S. Chamberlain and Spengler`, Michael Biddiss; `Constructing the Past in the Early Middle Ages: The Case of the Royal Frankish Annals`, Rosamond McKitterick; `England, Britain and the Audit of War`, Kenneth Morgan; `The Cromwellian Decade: Authority and Consent`, C. S. L. Davies; `Place and Public Finance`, R. W. Hoyle; `The Parliament of England`, Pauline Croft; `Thomas Cromwell`s Doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty`, Conrad Russell; `Religion`, Christopher Haigh; `Sir Geoffrey Elton and the Practice of History`, Quentin Skinner.
Volume 8 of the sixth series takes the theme `identities and empires` as its main focus and includes the Presidential Address on `Britain and the World in the Eighteenth Century: Reshaping the Empire` by Professor P. J. Marshall, `Russia, Imperial and Soviet Identities` by Dominic Lieven, and `Frontiers of the Mind: Conceptions of Community in Colonial Southeast Asia` by A. J. Stockwell.
Volume 9 takes the theme `oral history, memory and written tradition` as its main focus and includes the Presidential Address on `Britain and the World in the Eighteenth Century: Reshaping the Empire` by P. J. Marshall and `Thatcherism: an historical perspective` by E. H. H. Green.
Volume ten of the sixth series takes the theme `the British-Irish Union of 1801` as its main focus and includes the Presidential Address on `Britain and the World in the Eighteenth Century: Reshaping the Empire` by P. J. Marshall, `Court cases and Legal Arguments in England c.1066–1166` by John Hudson, `The Union in European Context` by William Doyle, `Alliances and Misalliances in the politics of the Union` by L. M. Cullen, `Ireland, India and the Empire, 1780–1914` by C. A. Bayley and `The Divergence of England: The Growth of the English Economy in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries` by E. A. Wrigley.
Articles include Britain and the World in the Eighteenth Century; A Profane History of Early Modern Oaths; Churchill in the Twenty-First Century; The Three Careers of Winston Churchill; Churchill and Democracy; Churchill and the British Monarchy; Churchill and the Trade Unions; Churchill and the Premiership; Churchill and the Conservative Party.
Articles in Volume 12 include: England and the Continent in the Ninth Century: I, Ends and Beginnings; Travellers and the Oriental City, c.1840-1920; The Myths of the South Sea Bubble; The Place of Tudor England in the Messianic Vision of Philip II of Spain. There is also a collection of papers on `English politeness: conduct, social rank and moral virtue, c.1400-c.1900`, which includes the following papers: From Civilitas to Civility: Codes of Manners in Medieval and Early Modern England; Topographies of Politeness; Polite Consumption: Shopping in Eighteenth-Century England.
Volume thirteen includes: England and the Continent in the ninth century: II. Vikings and Others; According to ancient custom: the restoration of altars in the Restoration Church of England; Migrants, immigrants and welfare from the Old Poor Law to the Welfare State; Jack Tar and the gentleman officer: the role of uniform in shaping the class- and gender-related identities of British naval personnel, 1930-1939; Resistance, reprisal and community in Occupied France, 1941-1944.
Contents; England and the Continent in the Ninth Century 1; The Legacy of the Nineteenth-Century Bourgeois Family and 25; Liberty and the AngloSaxons Revisited 47; Travel Exploration and Knowledge 73; Culture 93; A CONFERENCE HELD 117 ; A Painting and its Afterlife 123; Pepys and the Elizabethan Navy 141; Queen Elizabeth and the Myth of Seapower in English History 153; The Advance of Scientific 175; Was Elizabeth I Interested in Maps and Did It Matter? 185; The Politics of Translation in 199; France and Elizabethan England 223; James Stuarts True Law of Free 243; A Sense of Place in Stone Print and Paint 261; Scotland Elizabethan England and the Idea of Britain 279; Queen Elizabeth and Ireland 295; Elizabeth I and the Sovereignty of the Netherlands 15761585 309
The volume includes the following articles: Presidential address: England and the Continent in the Ninth Century, The Triumph of the Doctors: Medical Assistance to the Dying, c. 1570-1720, Marmoutier and its Serfs and the Eleventh Century, Housewives and Servants in Rural England 1440-1650, Putting the English Reformation on the Map, The Environmental History of the Russian Steppes: Vasilii Dokuchaev and the Harvest Failure of 1891, A `Sinister and Retrogressive` Proposal: Irish Women`s Opposition to the 1937 Draft Constitution
The volume includes the following articles: Potential Address: Britain and Globalisation since 1850: I. Creating a Global Order, 1850-1914; Land, Freedom and the Making of the Medieval West; The Origins of the English Hospital (The Alexander Prize Essay); Trust and Distrust: A Suitable Theme for Historians?; Witchcraft and the Western Imagination; Africa and the Birth of the Modern World; The Break-Up of Britain? Scotland and the End of the Empire (The Prothero Lecture); Report of Council for 2005-2006.
The volume includes the following articles: Presidential Address: Britain and Globalisation since 1850: II. The Rise of Insular Capitalism, 1914-1939, King Henry I and Northern England, Aristocratic Widows and the Medieval Welsh Frontier: The Shropshire Evidence, The Burden and Conscience of Government in the Fifteenth Century, `Representing` Africa: Ambassadors and Princes from Christian Africa to Renaissance Italy and Portugal, 1402-1608, How Scientific Conversation Became Shop Talk and Théodore Vacquer and the Archaeology of Modernity in Haussmann`s Paris.
The volume includes the following articles: Presidential Address: Britain and Globalisation since 1850: III. Creating the World of Bretton Woods, 1939-1958 Martin Daunton; High and Low: Ties of Dependence in the Frankish Kingdoms (The Alexander Prize Essay) Alice Rio; Text, Visualisation and Politics: London, 1150-1250 Derek Keene; Centre and Periphery in the European Book World Andrew Pettegree; A Tale of Two Episcopal Surveys: The Strange Fates of Edmund Grindal and Cuthbert Mayne Revisited (The Prothero Lecture) Peter Lake; The Language and Symbolism of Conquest in Ireland, c. 1790-1850 Jacqueline Hill; Writing War: Autobiography, Modernity and Wartime Narrative in Nationalist China, 1937-1946 Rana Mitter; The Death of a Consumer Society Matthew Hilton; Report of Council for 2007-2008.
Volume 19 includes the following articles: Presidential Address: Britain and Globalisation since 1850: IV: The Creation of the Washington Consensus by Martin Daunton, Representation c.800: Arab, Byzantine, Carolingian by Leslie Brubaker, Humanism and Reform in Pre-Reformation English Monasteries by James G. Clark, Lord Burghley and il Cortegiano: Civil and Martial Models of Courtliness in Elizabethan England (The Alexander Prize Lecture) by Mary Partridge, Communicating Empire: The Habsburgs and their Critics, 1700-1919 (The Prothero Lecture) by Robert Evans, The Slave Trade, Abolition and Public Memory by James Walvin, Cultures of Exchange: Atlantic Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade by David Richardson, and Slaves Out of Context: Domestic Slavery and the Anglo-Indian Family, c.1780-1830 by Margot Finn.
This volume includes the following articles: `Presidential Address: French Crossings I: Tales of Two Cities` by Colin Jones, `Living Like the Laity? The Negotiation of Religious Status in the Cities of Late Medieval Italy` by Frances Andrews, `Oliver Cromwell and the Protectorate` by Blair Worden, `Refashioning Puritan New England: The Church of England in British North America, c.1680–c.1770` by Jeremy Gregory, `Irish Social Thought and the Relief of Poverty, 1847–1880` by Peter Gray, "Facts Notorious to the Whole Country`: The Political Battle over Irish Poor Law Reform in the 1860s` by Virginia Crossman, `The Age of Prothero: British Historiography in the Long Fin de Siecle, 1870–1920` (The Prothero Lecture) by Michael Bentley.