This series - History: Concepts, Theories and Practice - from Pearson Education and edited by Professor Alun Munslow in the UK, seeks to publish coherent and detailed book length (70/80,000 words) examinations of the nature and effects of recent theoretical, methodological and historiographical developments within key fields of contemporary historical practice. The topic areas would include, for example, gender and sexuality, family and/or childhood, history and memory, environmental history, global history, race, international history, digital history, nationalism and 'perspectives on history'. Other topics would also be considered on their merits. The market is college/university students and professional academic historians.
Authors will be confident in their openness not only to radical developments in their field, but also willing to help form the agenda for the future of the discipline. Previous texts in the series have addressed literature and history, imperialism, religion and history, class, and the nature of historical thinking and practice.
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