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The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern European History, 1350-1750

Volume I: Peoples and Place

Edited by Hamish Scott

Oxford Handbooks

  • Brings together a comprehensive and up-to-date picture of early modern European history, and how it has evolved historiographically over the past half century
  • Written by a broad range of leading international scholars across many academic disciplines
  • Takes a comparative approach, not simply a series of chapters on particular countries
  • Extends over the whole continent, including the Ottoman Empire and Russia, showing an awareness of the global dimensions of European history
  • Offers insight on subjects as diverse as cartography, climate, the environment, disease and medicine, printing, and languages
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