The Military Revolution Debate: Readings on the Military Transformation of Early Modern Europe

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Simon Adams is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Strathclyde. His related work includes co-editorship of England, Spain, and the Gran Armada, 1585-1604 ( 1991) and the sixteenth-century entries in the English edition of André Corvisier (ed.), A Dictionary of Military History (revised and edited by John Childs, 1994).

Thomas F. Arnold is Assistant Professor of History at Yale University. He is currently working on two books: Blood and Stone: Fortifications and Statecraft of the Gonzaga, 1530- 1630, a larger discussion of the issues sketched in his essay for this volume, and The Geometry of Power, an analysis of the relationship between the science of geometry and the practice and understanding of war in early modern Europe.

Jeremy Black is Professor of History at the University of Durham, where he has taught since 1980. A graduate of Queens' Cambridge, he is a member of the Councils of the Royal Historical Society and the British Records Association. His eighteen books include Pitt the Elder, European Warfare 1660-1815, Culloden and the '45, War for America: The Fight for Independence, 1776-1783, and The Politics of Britain 1688-1800.

John F. Guilmartin, Jr., is Associate Professor of History at The Ohio State University. His related publications include Gunpowder and Galleys. Changing Technology and Mediterranean Warfare at Sea in the Sixteenth Century (1974), "Ideology and Conflict: The Wars of the Ottoman Empire, 1453-1606", Journal of Interdisciplinary History 18 ( 1988), and "The Cutting Edge: An Analysis of the Spanish Invasion and Overthrow of the Inca Empire, 1532-1539", in K. J. Andrien and R. Adorno, eds., Transatlantic Encounters ( 1991).

Colin Jones is Professor of History at the University of Exeter. His books include The Cambridge Illustrated History of France ( 1994), The Longman Companion to the French Revolution ( 1990), and The Charitable Imperative. Hospitals and nursing in the Ancien Regime and revolutionary France ( 1989).

John A. Lynn is Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and also holds the Brigadier General Harold L. Oppenheimer Chair of Warfighting Strategy at the Marine Corps University for 1994-1995. His publications include "How War Fed War: The Tax of Violence and Contributions During the grand siècle", Journal of Modern History 65 ( 1993), Bayonets of the Republic. Motivation and Tactics in the Army of Revolutionary France, 1791-94 ( 1984), and (ed.) Feeding Mars: Logistics in Western Warfare from the Middle Ages to the Present ( Westview, 1993).

Geoffrey Parker holds the Robert A. Lovett chair in Military and Naval History at Yale University. He has authored, co-authored, or edited over twenty books, including The Army of Flanders and the Spanish Road, 1567-1659 ( 1972), The Dutch Revolt ( 1977), Philip II ( 1978), The Thirty Years War ( 1984), and The Military Revolution. Military innovation and the rise of the West ( 1988). He is a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Spanish Royal Academy of History.

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