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Summer 2010, Artisans of the body in early modern Italy is NEW IN PAPERBACK! ‘A phenomenally detailed picture of the lives of barbers and surgeons, based not on the prescriptive regulations of... READ MORE

Lifting the lid on British shipbuilding

Newly released The tide of democracy is a detailed account of British shipbuilding between 1870 and 1950. The title includes highly original detailed studies of the impact of new machinery on skills,... READ MORE

BOOK LAUNCH Collaboration and interdisciplinarity in the Republic of Letters Essays in honour of Richard G. Maber Edited by Paul Scott This collection of fifteen essays by distinguished scholars... READ MORE

Black Bartholomew’s day wins award

David J. Appleby’s Black Bartholomew’s day has been awarded the Richard L. Greaves Award by the International John Bunyan Society. The Richard L. Greaves Award is an award that is... READ MORE

Ewan MacColl memorial concert reviewed

By Edward Hirst Ewan MacColl’s position in the pantheon of folk legends alongside such leading figures as Albert Lloyd, is never likely to be disputed. For many of the leading figures in the folk... READ MORE

INVITATION Amnesty International UK and Manchester University Press invite you to a panel discussion and drinks reception to mark the launch of   ‘War on Terror’ The Oxford Amnesty Lectures... READ MORE

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