It would mark a degree of political and legal discrimination against a small territory which is unknown in modern European history
Scholars of medieval and early modern European history
and literature explore the role that beliefs and practices the Church condemned played in society of the time.
This was the most ambitious and sustained attempt at human transformation and liberation in modern European history
- and yet the Soviet regime became the most violent state in modern peacetime Europe.
In addition to its highly engaging prose, this lush volume includes extensive commentary and a rich assortment of images that will be of a great interest to medical historians and scholars of early modern European history
Dr Andre Keil, lecturer in modern european history
at Sunderland University, said: "It is a great achievement for Leanne to be awarded this year's Sid Chaplin Memorial Prize.
More specifically, in modern European History
as a mode of being, makes modernity possible in such a way that the nation-state (the subject of History), is the agency entrusted with the task to realise modernity (Smith, 2014).
Dr Andrea Mammone, a lecturer in Modern European History
at the Royal Holloway University of London and expert on far-right political parties, said: "Obviously, they cannot give fascist salutes or make anti-Jewish comments like the Nazis, but that does not mean they are not a far-right party.
This well-researched and well-written book breaks new ground in our understanding of clerical marriage in the early Reformation and also provides valuable reading for anyone seeking to understand more deeply the theological, social, political, and gender history of this pivotal period in early modern European history
While obviously not concrete evidence, it is intriguing to think about just how drastically different modern European history
would be if Henry VIII had avoided blows to his head.
Prof Jorn Leonhard (professor of modern European history
, Freiburg University, Germany), 'The End of Empires and the Triumph of the Nation State?
Statist intervention in matters of prayer is constant of modern European history
, to cite Sally Morem : "For centuries, national governments and papal representatives had engaged in the sensitive business of negotiating detailed 'rules of engagement' under which the Catholic Church would be permitted to operate in European nations--Protestant and Catholic.
Yesterday, Jeffrey Herf, a professor of modern European history
at the University of Maryland and the author of a number of books on Nazi Germany, published an article in The Times of Israel called "Obama and his American critics on Iran's anti-Semitism," which is worth a read.