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COMING SOON: ‘Material Culture and Social History in Early Medieval Western Europe’ by Prof. Valerie Garver

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Material Culture and Social History in Early Medieval Western Europe’ by Prof. Valerie Garver … Provisional Abstract: Historians of the Early Middle Ages (c. 600-c. 1050) have long used material remains and archeological evidence to learn about that era. Over the last four decades, material culture studies have become … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘More than Slaves and Sugar: Recent Historiography of the Trans-imperial Caribbean and Its Sinew Populations’ by Prof. Jesse Cromwell

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘More than Slaves and Sugar: Recent Historiography of the Trans-imperial Caribbean and Its Sinew Populations’ by Prof. Jesse Cromwell … Provisional Abstract: Although the plantation as a social and economic organizing principle continues to dominate early modern Caribbean historiography, recent literature has explored outside of its confines to document … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Shopping and the Senses: Retail, Browsing and Consumption in Eighteenth-Century England’ by Prof. Serena Dyer

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Shopping and the Senses: Retail, Browsing and Consumption in Eighteenth-Century England’ by Prof. Serena Dyer … Provisional Abstract: Interest in the senses has blossomed over the last decade, leading to numerous explorations of touch, smell, sound, taste, and sight throughout history. Increasingly, historians are considering how this sensory methodology … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘”Idealizing Inhabited Wilderness: A Revision to the History of Indigenous Peoples and National Parks”‘ by Prof. Ezra Rashkow

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”Idealizing Inhabited Wilderness: A Revision to the History of Indigenous Peoples and National Parks”‘ by Prof. Ezra Rashkow … Provisional Abstract: Whereas most histories of national parks and indigenous peoples have largely focused on dispossession of resident populations in the making of uninhabited wilderness areas, this article surveys the … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Manhood and Masculinity in Early Modern England’ by Dr. Tim Reinke-Williams

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Manhood and Masculinity in Early Modern England’ by Dr. Tim Reinke-Williams … Provisional Abstract: This article provides an overview of some key developments in the historiography of manhood and masculinity in early modern England in the last decade, focusing in particular on how ideals of manhood and masculinity were … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘The History of Madness and Mental Illness in the Middle Ages:

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COMING SOON: ‘Holy Women and Hagiography in Colonial Spanish America’ by Prof. Brianna Leavitt-Alcantara

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Holy Women and Hagiography in Colonial Spanish America’ by Prof. Brianna Leavitt-Alcantara … Provisional Abstract: Holy women and hagiography (autobiographies and biographies of saints and holy persons) were defining features of the “spiritual renaissance” that flourished in Spanish American cities during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Recently scholars have … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘”Beyond Compartmentalized Atlantics: A Case for Embracing the Atlantic from Spanish American Shores”‘ by Prof. Ernesto Bassi

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”Beyond Compartmentalized Atlantics: A Case for Embracing the Atlantic from Spanish American Shores”‘ by Prof. Ernesto Bassi … Provisional Abstract: Despite the recent surge of Atlantic histories that pursue connections across political boundaries, compartmentalized Atlantics still dominate the field’s historiographical map. This paper presents some of the most recent … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Beyond “The Ecological Indian” and “Virgin Soil Epidemics”: N ew Perspectives on Native Americans and the Environment’ by Prof. James Rice

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Beyond “The Ecological Indian” and “Virgin Soil Epidemics”: New Perspectives on Native Americans and the Environment’ by Prof. James Rice … Provisional Abstract: Indians figured prominently in many of the now-classic works that helped to define the burgeoning new field of environmental history during the 1970s and 1980s. Although … Continue reading

COMING SOON: “Cultural Skirmishes in Eighteenth Century England: The Attack on Aristocratic Vice.” by Prof. Donna Andrew

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”””Cultural Skirmishes in Eighteenth Century England: The Attack on Aristocratic Vice.”””‘ by Prof. Donna Andrew … Provisional Abstract: This paper seeks to trace the evolution and nature of changing ideas about crime and vice in eighteenth-century England. The new social history of England, which began in 1960s, inspired perhaps … Continue reading