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Exploring History 1400-1900: An Anthology of Primary Sources Edited by Rachel Gibbons

Exploring History 1400-1900: An Anthology of Primary Sources
by Edited by Rachel Gibbons

This book offers a broad sweep of 500 years of history in the light of three key themes: consumers and producers; beliefs and ideologies; and state-formation. This book illuminates links between concurrent events in diverse places and provides insights into the daily concerns and critical debates of the day through engagement with primary sources. -- .
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Exploring history 1400-1900: An anthology of primary sources reaches out to the reader across an expanse of 500 years. It offers a broad sweep of history in the light of three key themes: consumers and producers; beliefs and ideologies; and state-formation. Spanning continents and genres, the selection of documents illuminates the links between concurrent events in diverse places and illustrates the legacies of important social, religious and political trends. Previously unpublished accounts and newly translated material reveal new perspectives on both familiar and less well-known events. In capturing this spectrum of human activity and endeavour the book uniquely provides insights into the daily concerns and critical debates of the day, and the opportunity to engage with primary sources as tools for the knowledge creation and critical evaluation. It will be an essential companion to a wide range of courses in historical study and an engaging read for anyone interested in researching, reviewing or relating more closely to a rich historical past. -- .

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Sku
GOR001396471
Title
Exploring History 1400-1900: An Anthology of Primary Sources
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Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Manchester University Press
Year published
Number of pages
496
ISBN 10
0719075882
ISBN 13
9780719075889
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N/A
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