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Past & Present - a journal of historical studies - number 175

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Number 175 -May 2002 (50th Anniversary edition)

Main articles:
Mass Conversion and Genealogical Mentalities: Jews and Christians in 15th Century Spain - David Nirenberg
Beyond the Northern Invasion: The Mediterranean in the 17th Century - Molly Greene
The Legitimization of the Circus in Late Georgian England - Marius Kwint
Democracy and its Discontents: Contesting Suffrage Rights in Gilded Age New York - Sven Beckert
Incest, Cousin Marriage and the Origin of the Human Sciences in 19th Century England - Adam Kuper
"The Evils of Locust Bait": Popular Nationalism During the 1945 Anti-Locust Control Rebellion in Colonial Somaliland - Jama Mohamed

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Country of origin:
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Dimensions:
22 x 14.5
Edition:
February 2002
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
The Past and Present Society
Theme:
Historical studies
Title:
Past & Present - a journal of historical studies
Type:
Magazine

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Number 175 -May 2002 (50th Anniversary edition)

Main articles:
Mass Conversion and Genealogical Mentalities: Jews and Christians in 15th Century Spain - David Nirenberg
Beyond the Northern Invasion: The Mediterranean in the 17th Century - Molly Greene
The Legitimization of the Circus in Late Georgian England - Marius Kwint
Democracy and its Discontents: Contesting Suffrage Rights in Gilded Age New York - Sven Beckert
Incest, Cousin Marriage and the Origin of the Human Sciences in 19th Century England - Adam Kuper
"The Evils of Locust Bait": Popular Nationalism During the 1945 Anti-Locust Control Rebellion in Colonial Somaliland - Jama Mohamed

Condition:
Fair
Country of origin:
GB
Dimensions:
22 x 14.5
Edition:
February 2002
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
The Past and Present Society
Theme:
Historical studies
Title:
Past & Present - a journal of historical studies
Type:
Magazine

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