Early Modern Europe: An Oxford History

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Note that some works are appropriate to more than one chapter, as their titles indicate. Such works are only mentioned once in this section.


Prologue: Europe and the World Around

J. B. HARLEY and DAVID WOODWARD, The History of Cartography, 2 vols., continuing ( Chicago, 1987-).

DONALD F. LACH, Asia in the Making of Europe, 2 vols. ( Chicago, 1965).

FRIEDRICH MEINECKE, Cosmopolitanism and the National State, trans. Robert B. Kimber ( Princeton, 1970).

ANTHONY PAGDEN, European Encounters with the New World: From Renaissance to Romanticism ( New Haven, 1993).

ANTHONY PAGDEN, Lords of All the Worlds: Ideologies of Empire in Spain, Britain and France c.1500--c.1850 ( New Haven, 1995).

G. V. SCAMMELL, The World Encompassed: The First European Maritime Empires, c.800-1650 ( London, 1981).


1. The Conditions of Life for the Masses

WILHELM ABEL, Agricultural Fluctuations in Europe from the Thirteenth to the Twentieth Centuries, trans. Olive Ordish ( London, 1980).

PIERO CAMPORESI, Bread of Dreams: Food and Fantasy in Early Modern Europe, trans. David Gentilcore ( Cambridge, 1989).

NATALIE ZEMON DAVIS, The Return of Martin Guerre ( Harmondsworth, 1983).

MICHAEL FLINN, The European Demographic System, 1500-1820 ( Brighton, 1981).

CHRISTOPHER R. FRIEDRICHS, The Early, Modern City 1450-1750 ( London, 1995).

BEATRICE GOTTLIEB, The Family in the Western World from the Black Death to the Industrial Age ( Oxford, 1993).

ROBERT JÜTTE, Poverty and Deviance in Early Modern Europe ( Cambridge, 1994).

EMMANUEL LE ROY LADURIE, The French Peasantry 1450-1660, trans. Alan Sheridan ( Aldershot, 1986).

THOMAS ROBISHEAUX, Rural Society and the Search for Order in Early Modern Germany ( Cambridge, 1989).

LYNDAL ROPER, The Holy Household: Women and Morals in Reformation Augsburg ( Oxford, 1989).

PIETER SPIERENBURG, The Broken Spell: A Cultural and Anthropological History of PreIndustrial Europe ( London, 1991).

JOHN WALTER and ROGER SCHOFIELD (eds.), Famine, Disease and the Social Order in Early Modern Society ( Cambridge, 1989).

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