Books by Publisher: Ecclesiastical History Society

    Medieval Cantors and their Craft

    By Margot E. Fassler

    Hardback Save £3.54 = £56.46

    First full-length study of the role and duties of the medieval cantor.

    Medievalism: Key Critical Terms

    By Richard Utz

    Paperback Save £4.74 = £13.25

    Definitions of key words and terms for the study of medievalism.

    English Aristocracy at War

    By David Simpkin

    Paperback £14.45

    A new appraisal of the military careers and activities of soldiers from elite medieval families.

    A Verray Parfit Praktisour

    By Linda Clark

    Hardback £56.46

    Essays reflecting the interests and scholarship of one of our most important and influential historians.

    Edgar Julius Jung, Right-Wing Enemy of the Nazis

    By Roshan Magub

    Hardback £69.96

    Fills a serious gap in German historical literature by providing the first political biography of Jung, a leading figure of the anti-Nazi Right.

    Engaging Heritage, Engaging Communities

    By Stephanie Hawke

    Hardback £56.46

    International, multi-disciplinary perspectives on the key question of community engagement in theory and practice in a diverse range of heritage settings.

    Secret Police Files from the Eastern Bloc

    By Alison Lewis

    Hardback £69.96

    New essays exploring the tension between the versions of the past in secret police files and the subjects' own personal memories-and creative workings-through-of events.

    Parties, Agents and Electoral Culture in England, 1880-1910

    By Kathryn Rix

    Hardback £47.46

    A study of how the role of party agents grew and became professionalised in local political parties.

    Catholicism, Identity and Politics in the Age of Enlightenme

    By Alexander Lock

    Hardback £56.46

    Explores the changing aspirations, attitudes and identities of English Catholics in the late eighteenth century

    Changing Perceptions of Nature

    By Peter Davis

    Hardback £56.46

    Essays investigating the idea of natural heritage and the ways in which it has changed over time.

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