The Ottoman Empire and Early Modern Europe

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NEW APPROACHES TO EUROPEAN HISTORY
1. MERRY E. WIESNER Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe

see below (number 20)

2. JONATHAN SPERBER The European Revolutions, 1848–1851

0 521 38526 1 hardback

0 521 38685 3 paperback

3. CHARLES W. INGRAO The Habsburg Monarchy 1618–1815

see below (number 21)

4. ROBERT JÜTTE Poverty and Deviance in Early Modern Europe

0 521 41169 6 hardback

0 521 42322 8 paperback

5. JAMES B. COLLINS The State in Early Modern France

0 521 38284 X hardback

0 521 38724 8 paperback

6. CHARLES G. NAUERT, JR Humanism and the Culture of Renaissance Europe

0 521 40364 2 hardback

0 521 40724 9 paperback

7. DORINDA OUTRAM The Enlightenment

0 521 41522 5 hardback

0 521 42534 4 paperback

8. MACK P. HOLT The French Wars of Religion, 1562–1629

0 521 35359 9 hardback

0 521 35873 6 paperback

9. JONATHAN DEWALD The European Nobility, 1400–1800

0 521 41512 8 hardback

0 521 42528 X paperback

10. ROBERT S. DUPLESSIS Transitions to Capitalism in Early Modern Europe

0 521 39465 1 hardback

0 521 39773 1 paperback

11. EDWARD MUIR Ritual in Early Modern Europe

0 521 40169 0 hardback

0 521 40967 5 paperback

12. R. PO-CHIA HSIA The World of Catholic Renewal 1540–1770

0 521 44041 6 hardback

0 521 44596 5 paperback

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