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  • Author(s) Ronald Hutton
  • Edition1
  • Published05052004
  • PublisherSpringer Nature
  • ISBN9781137182852
In this essential introduction to the study of Stuart history, Ronald Hutton provides a clear and authoritative guide to the main themes of the subject, as well as to the current condition of the discipline and its historiography. Ideal for both students and teachers, Debates in Stuart History: * helps students to understand key recent issues and debates and shows how to set their reading in context * provides a new sense of why historians of the Stuart period, both collectively and individually, perceive the past in particular ways * shows how these perceptions alter over time * aids our understanding of historians, and of the ways in which they use and interpret data

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  • Author(s) Ronald Hutton
  • Edition1
  • Published05052004
  • PublisherSpringer Nature
  • ISBN9781137182852
In this essential introduction to the study of Stuart history, Ronald Hutton provides a clear and authoritative guide to the main themes of the subject, as well as to the current condition of the discipline and its historiography. Ideal for both students and teachers, Debates in Stuart History: * helps students to understand key recent issues and debates and shows how to set their reading in context * provides a new sense of why historians of the Stuart period, both collectively and individually, perceive the past in particular ways * shows how these perceptions alter over time * aids our understanding of historians, and of the ways in which they use and interpret data
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