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AmaZizi: the Dlamini of Southern Africa 2nd Ed

Jongisilo Z. Z. Pokwana Ka Menziwa, Ngangomzi Pokwana Ah! Jongumhlaba

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The Dlamini people are a stock race that, during the 19th century, spread throughout the then largely uninhabited Southern Africa etc...

Humanitarian intervention in the long nineteenth century

Alexis Heraclides, Bertrand Taithe, Ada Dialla

Manchester University Press

This book is a comprehensive presentation of humanitarian intervention in theory and practice during the course of the nineteenth etc...

Calculating compassion

Rebecca Gill, Bertrand Taithe

Manchester University Press

Calculating compassion examines the origins of British relief work in late-nineteenth-century wars on the continent and the fring etc...

Gay men and the Left in post-war Britain

Lucy Robinson, Steven Fielding, John Callaghan, Steve Ludlam

Manchester University Press

Available in paperback for the first time, his book demonstrates how the personal became political in post-war Britain, and argue etc...

Law, laity and solidarities

Pauline Stafford, Janet L. Nelson, Jane Martindale

Manchester University Press

The primary focus of this collection by leading medieval historians is the laity, in particular the ideas and ideals of lay peopl etc...

Leicester and the court

Simon Adams, Peter Lake, Anthony Milton, Jason Peacey, Alexandra Gajda

Manchester University Press

Now back in print, this comprehensive collection of essays by Simon Adams brings to life the most enigmatic of Elizabethans--Robe etc...

Londinopolis

Paul Griffiths, Peter Lake, Mark Jenner, Anthony Milton, Jason Peacey, Alexandra Gajda

Manchester University Press

Events such as the fire of London and the Plague, and locations like the Globe, are part of our 'national heritage' howev etc...

Married to the empire

Mary A. Procida, Andrew Thompson, John Mackenzie

Manchester University Press

In Married to the empire, Mary A. Procida provides a new approach to the growing history of women and empire by situating women a etc...

Noblewomen, aristocracy and power in the twelfth-century Anglo-Norman realm

Susan Johns, Pamela Sharpe, Penny Summerfield, Lynn Abrams, Cordelia Beattie

Manchester University Press

The first major work on noblewomen in the twelfth century and Normandy, and of the ways in which they exercised power. Offers an etc...

Sodomy in early modern Europe

Joseph Bergin, Tom Betteridge, Penny Roberts, Bill Naphy

Manchester University Press

This fascinating collection of essays reflects closely the main areas of debate within gay historiography. For the last twenty ye etc...

The crisis of British Protestantism

Hunter Powell, Peter Lake, Anthony Milton, Jason Peacey, Alexandra Gajda

Manchester University Press

This book seeks to bring coherence to two of the most studied periods in British history, Caroline non-conformity (pre-1640) and etc...

The Enlightenment and religion

S. Barnett

Manchester University Press

This publication offers a critical survey of religious change and its causes in 18th-century Europe. Focusing on Enlightenment It etc...

The face of the city

Robert Tittler, Peter Lake, Anthony Milton, Jason Peacey, Alexandra Gajda

Manchester University Press

Our conventional understanding of English portraiture from the age of Holbein and Henry VIII on to Reubens, VanDyck and Charles I etc...

Towns in medieval England

Rosemary Horrox, Gervase Rosser, Simon Maclean

Manchester University Press

This is the first collection of translated sources on towns in medieval England. It draws on the great variety of written evidenc etc...

Towns in medieval England

Rosemary Horrox, Gervase Rosser, Simon Maclean

Manchester University Press

This is the first collection of translated sources on towns in medieval England. It draws on the great variety of written evidenc etc...
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