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Transactions of the Royal Historical Society

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
Sixth Series

Volume 9

£44.99

Part of Royal Historical Society Transactions

    P. J. Marshall, E. H. H. Green, Julian Jackson, Neil W. Hitchin, Stuart Airlie, Otto Gerhard Oexle, Nuala Zahedieh, Patricia M. Thane, Patrick J. Geary, Sarah Foot, Elisabeth van Houts, Christine Shaw, Adam Fox, Andy Wood, H. R. Kedward, Pat Caplan, Alistair Thompson, T. S. Asbridge, Leonard E. Scales
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    • Date Published: December 1999
    • availability: Available
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521772860

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    • The Transactions of the Royal Historical Society offers readers an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Also available as a journal, volume nine of the sixth series 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, 'Thatcherism: an historical perspective' by E. H. H. Green and 'Making the most of memories: the empirical and subjective value of oral history' by Alistair Thompson.

      • Contains essays from leading scholars writing on the theme of 'oral history, memory and written tradition'
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      • Date Published: December 1999
      • format: Hardback
      • isbn: 9780521772860
      • length: 385 pages
      • copublisher: Royal Historical Society
      • dimensions: 225 x 146 x 24 mm
      • weight: 0.58kg
      • availability: Available
    • Table of Contents

      1. Presidential address: Britain and the world in the eighteenth century: II, Britons and Americans P. J. Marshall
      2. Thatcherism: an historical perspective E. H. H. Green
      3. General de Gaulle and his enemies: anti-Gaullism in France since 1940 Julian Jackson
      4. The politics of Bible translation in Georgian Britain Neil W. Hitchin
      5. Narratives of triumph and rituals of submission
      Charlemagne's mastering of Bavaria Stuart Airlie
      6. The Middle Ages through modern eyes: a historical problem Otto Gerhard Oexle
      7. Making mercantilism work: London merchants and Atlantic trade in the seventeenth century Nuala Zahedieh
      Part I. Oral History, Memory and Written Tradition:
      8. Oral history, memory and written tradition: an introduction Patricia M. Thane
      9. Land, language and memory in Europe 700–1100 Patrick J. Geary
      10. Remembering, forgetting and inventing: attitudes to the past in England at the end of the first Viking age Sarah Foot
      11. Gender and authority of oral witnesses in Europe (800–1300) Elisabeth van Houts
      12. Memory and tradition in Sienese political life in the fifteenth century Christine Shaw
      13. Remembering the past in early modern England: oral and written tradition Adam Fox
      14. Custom and the social organization of writing in early modern England Andy Wood
      15. Resisting French Resistance H. R. Kedward
      16. Anthropology, history and personal narratives: reflections of writing 'African voices, African lives' Pat Caplan
      17. Making the most of memories: the empirical and subjective value of oral history Alistair Thompson
      Part II. Medieval Communities:
      18. The 'Crusader' Community at Antioch: the impact of interaction with Byzantium and Islam T. S. Asbridge
      19. At the margin of community: Germans in pre-Hussite Bohemia Leonard E. Scales
      Report of Council for 1998–1999
      Officers and Council 1999
      Publications of the Royal Historical Society.

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      P. J. Marshall, E. H. H. Green, Julian Jackson, Neil W. Hitchin, Stuart Airlie, Otto Gerhard Oexle, Nuala Zahedieh, Patricia M. Thane, Patrick J. Geary, Sarah Foot, Elisabeth van Houts, Christine Shaw, Adam Fox, Andy Wood, H. R. Kedward, Pat Caplan, Alistair Thompson, T. S. Asbridge, Leonard E. Scales

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