An anthology of essays entitled 'Revisiting European History' is being designed for graduate and undergraduate students in India. It will be brought out by Orient Blackswan at the end of this year. Contributors are already writing chapters on various themes. This is the final call to find suitable specialists to write chapters on industrialization, and secularization in the modern era in broad strokes. The chapter on industrialization should give a comprehensive account of the process of Europe wide industrialization along with its impact on society (esp. gender and class relations), polity, and culture. The chapter on religion and secularization should give a comprehensive account of the process of increasing secularization of Europe, and the challenges it faced from established religions from the nineteenth century through to the Second World War. It should deal with the responses from the Catholics, Protestants and others religious minorities, and its impact upon men and women, classes and the market forces. Latest historiography and debates should be given due space in both chapters. Interested contributors may send a proposal of about 1,000 words along with a bibliography. The world limit of each chapter would be around 15,000.
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