Early North America in Global Perspective
North American Borderlands
Haitian History: New Perspectives
Globalizing Feminisms, 1789- 1945
Origins of the Black Atlantic
Comparative Fascist Studies: New Perspectives
The New South: New Histories
From Roman Provinces to Medieval Kingdoms
December 09, 2014
Containing an almost entirely new selection of texts, this second edition of The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath presents a critical and important study of the Holocaust. Many of the pieces challenge conventional analyses and preconceived notions about the Holocaust, whether regarding...
Philip D. Morgan, Molly A. Warsh
September 05, 2013
Early North American history is a field in flux. In the last thirty years, the field of Atlantic History has transformed scholarly studies of colonial America, bringing to light the many connections linking the Americas to Africa and Europe. Recently, though, historians have begun to question the...
December 07, 2012
Since the early colonial period, historians have been fascinated with North America’s borderlands – places where people interacted across multiple, independent political and legal systems. Today the scholarship on these regions is more robust and innovative than ever before. North American...
John R. McNeill, Alan Roe
November 08, 2012
Global Environmental History introduces this rapidly developing field through a broad and thought-provoking range of expert contributions. Environmental history is a subject especially suited to global and transnational approaches and, over the course of the present generation, an increasing...
Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall
August 27, 2012
Despite Haiti's proximity to the United States, and its considerable importance to our own history, Haiti barely registered in the historic consciousness of most Americans until recently. Those who struggled to understand Haiti's suffering in the earthquake of 2010 often spoke of it as the poorest...
December 10, 2009
This definitive Reader presents a coherent, comprehensive, comparative, and much-needed collective history of women’s activism throughout the world. Including key pieces on the history of feminism from an international group of scholars, the book charts feminists’ attempts to restore a balance...
Laurent Dubois, Julius S. Scott
September 14, 2009
Between 1492 and 1820, about two-thirds of the people who crossed the Atlantic to the Americas were Africans. With the exception of the Spanish, all the European empires settled more Africans in the New World than they did Europeans. The vast majority of these enslaved men and women worked on...
July 09, 2009
Owing to its mass appeal, revolutionary and violent nature, strong political impact, and multiple reverberations in contemporary politics, fascism was one of the most complex, and hotly debated movements of the twentieth century. Comparative Fascist Studies: New Perspectives brings together some of...
J. William Harris
December 13, 2007
William Harris, the editor of Routledge’s The Old South: New Studies of Society and Culture, aims in The New South to introduce students to the historiography of this later volatile period of southern history, which starts from the racial segregation prevalent after the end of the Civil War and...
J. William Harris
December 04, 2007
In this, the re-titled second edition of Society and Culture in the Slave South, J. William Harris selects the most recent and original scholarship in the field of the antebellum South published since 1992, when the first edition appeared. The present volume illustrates both the continuities and...
Thomas F.X. Noble
March 01, 2006
This prestigious collection of essays by leading scholars provides a thorough reassessment of the medieval era which questions how, when and why the Middle Ages began, and how abruptly the shift from the Roman Empire to Barbarian Europe happened. Presenting the most current work including...
October 24, 2005
This fascinating book studies all aspects of the French Revolution, from its origins, through its development, right up to the consequences of this major historical event. Bringing together key texts at the forefront of new research and interpretation, Gary Kates challenges orthodox assumptions...