After the successful completion of two anthologies on Modern European history, the editor is now looking for contributors to write chapters on early modern Europe. The anthology is aimed at university students and teachers in South East Asia. Chapters should be written in an accessible manner covering events, processes, approaches and debates in about 15,000 words. Scholars having some expertise and teaching experience in the relevant area may send a 1,000 word proposal and C.V. Possible themes include the Renaissance, the Reformation, geographical discoveries, overseas trade, commercial revolution, seventeenth century crisis, the scientific revolution, the English revolution, popular culture, literacy and education, gender relations, absolutism. transition from feudalism to capitalism and the Enlightenment.
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