5 edition of The eighteenth-century composite state found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by D.W Hayton, James Kelly, John Bergin.|
|Contributions||Hayton, David, 1949-, Kelly, James, 1959-, Bergin, John, 1959-|
|LC Classifications||JF501 .E44 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009048516|
Writing this book was a great pleasure because it allowed me to investigate one of my favorite forms of fiction while employing my scholarly interest in the development of the novel. I realized that I have been reading historical fiction for most of my life. The eighteenth century has served as the backdrop for some of the greatest. "[ Whose Love of Which Country] not only maintains a high quality in the twenty-five studies which thematically cover the expanse of Central and East Central Europe from Poland, The Bohemian lands and Hungary through to the states of former Yugoslavia, Romania and Bulgaria, but also sustains a unifying theme - the perception of "nation" in the period before nineteenth-century nationalism, the.
Editor Sean Moore, University of New Hampshire Reviews Editor Jennifer Thorn, Saint Anselm College Managing Editor Adam Schoene, University of New Hampshire Editorial Board Lisa Berglund, Buffalo State College (ex officio) Michael Brown, University of Aberdeen () Helen Deutsch, University of California, Los Angeles () Patrick Griffin, University of Notre Dame. Machiavelli and the Modern State This book offers a signiﬁcant reinterpretation of the history of repub- Architect of the State 50 Found a Composite State on the People 56 The Final Three 65 4 Early Modern and Eighteenth-Century Transitions: From.
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A pioneering exploration of the phenomenon of the composite state in Eighteenth-century Europe. Employing a comparative approach, it combines the findings of new research on Ireland with broader syntheses of major composite states in Europe – those of France, Austria and Poland-Lithuania.
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The eighteenth-century composite state book A composite monarchy (or composite state) is a historical category, introduced by H. Koenigsberger in and popularised by Sir John H. Elliott, that describes early modern states consisting of several countries under one ruler, sometimes designated as a personal union, who governs his territories as if they were separate kingdoms, in.
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Abstract. Similarities in the trajectories of Irish and Polish history are really visible only after the final dismemberment of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1 Indeed, the closest parallel offered in Polish history to the role of the Irish parliament within the composite British monarchy of the eighteenth century is provided by the role of the parliament (sejm) of the ‘Congress Author: Richard Butterwick.
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Sneddon, A‘Legislating for economic development: Irish fisheries as a case study in the limitations of ‘Improvement’. in D Hayton, J Kelly & J Bergin (eds), The Eighteenth-Century Composite State: Representative Institutions in Ireland and Europe, pp.
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The composite state was the most common type of state in the early modern era in Europe. Koenigsberger divides composite states into two classes: those, like the Spanish Empire, that consisted of countries separated by either other states or by the.
The eighteenth century composite state: representative institutions in Ireland and Europe, James Kelly with D.W. Hayton and John Bergin (Ed.). () The eighteenth century composite state: representative institutions in Ireland and Europe, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
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The journal publishes different modes of analysis and disciplinary discourses that explore how recent historiographical, critical, and theoretical ideas have engaged scholars concerned with the eighteenth century.This book explores the complex linkages between state, society, and culture in medieval and modern India.
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