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Making of the Modern Police

Freemasonry was a major cultural and social phenomenon and a key element of the Enlightenment and had an influence across the globe. This primary resource collection charts a key period in the development of organized Freemasonry culminating in the formation of a single United Grand Lodge of England.

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British Freemasonry

Rome, Postmodern Narratives of a Cityscape has just been reviewed in COLLOQUY.

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Pickering & Chatto publishes for the international academic community within the humanities and social sciences. Our editions are highly acclaimed and widely reviewed and we provide a first-rate publishing experience to the academics who work with us.

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'sheds new light on fin de siècle Asia by uncovering the complex and revolutionary socio-intellectual currents of the age. As such, Schulz-Forberg and his contributors are on the cutting-edge of transnational history.'
LSE Review of Books on A Global Conceptual History of Asia, 1860–1940. Read the full review here.


'A monumental work of editorial labour [the series] offers an invaluable insight into the complicated gender politics of print culture in the late eighteenth century, and contributes to general conversations about the relationship between gender, genre and the literary marketplace.'
The BARS Review on Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Read the full review here.


'This collection of essays provide new insights for those less familiar with the early courts and offer new interpretations of depositions, often dismissed as a legal construct, and in doing so their respective authors uncover female voices from the archives.'
Rhiannon Markless, C18th Girl on Women, Agency and the Law, 1300–1700. Read the full review here.


'Greenfield is to be congratulated for the ambitious scope of the volume and for drawing together scholars of a variety of different fields.'
The BARS Review on Interpreting Sexual Violence, 1660–1800. Read the full review here.


'the book performs the important task of bringing together a number of interesting research projects, and will be of interest to researchers and teachers not only in the field of medical history, but also imperialism and law, colonial knowledge formation and trans-national connections.'
Imperial & Global Forum on Medicine and Colonialism. Read the full review here.


'The essays collected here all contribute to a positive redefinition of Rome: by unanchoring Rome from its past, they pave the way for a wider investigation of the city. Rome has been elevated from a model of “classicity” to a model of postmodernity for postmodern cities.'
Colloquy on Rome, Postmodern Narratives of a Cityscape. Read the full review here.


'This ambitious, meticulously researched and wide-ranging study is likely to be of most use to critically engaged scholars of Austen ... [it] provides some genuinely new close readings, and insightful comments on much-read and discussed novels.'
The BARS Review on Jane Austen's Civilized Women. Read the full review here.


'improves our understanding of the role of annotation in the literature of the Romantic period ... [and] lays foundations for further studies devoted to the subject of the relations between print and national and colonial discourse.'
The BARS Review on Romantic Marginality. Read the full review here.


'by making all of the "Chronicles available", Pickering & Chatto allows scholars to both read and appreciate the stories individually and to consider the recurring characters, thematic similarities, and plot continuities that make them a series.'
Review 19 on The Selected Works of Margaret Oliphant, Part IV. Read the full review here.


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