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Edited by Richard J.A. Talbert and Richard W. Unger
There was no sharp break between classical and medieval map making. Contributions by thirteen scholars offer fresh insight that demonstrates continuity and adaptation over the long term. This work reflects current thinking in the history of cartography and opens new directions for the future.
Edited by Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History and University of Amsterdam and Leo Lucassen, Leiden University
Using comparative and long-term perspectives the seventeen essays in this collection discuss the development of labor relations and labor migrations in Europe, Asia and the US from the thirteenth century to the present.
Edited by Richard W. Unger
Shipping was the most dynamic sector of the economy of Europe from the fourteenth into the nineteenth century. Europeans who moved goods by sea dramatically improved their efficiency, laying the foundations for greater economic growth to come and for domination of the world’s oceans.
Richard W. Unger
This comprehensive history of brewing in Holland follows the changes in technology and extensive government regulation which created a thriving industry before the Golden Age, a declining one in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and then a revival in the era of industrialization.
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