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Transatlantic Social Politics


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About this book

This collection, comprising essays by an array of scholars from Europe and the United States, offers a new look at transatlantic political activity since 1800. It reperiodizes transatlantic politics to include early and mid-19th and post-1945 eras, while showing the ideological heterogeneity of transatlantic political exchange



“Daniel Scroop and Andrew Heath have gathered nine European and American scholars to question Rodgers’s chronology and too-narrow focus solely on progressive politics. … essays are thoroughly researched and carefully written … . Transatlantic Social Politics, 1800–Present is an elegant collection of articles that captures the longue durée of the transat­lantic exchanges from the early republic to the end of the twentieth century.” (Romain Huret, Journal of American History, Vol. 103 (3), December, 2016) 

About the authors

Jonathan Bell, University of Reading, UK Nichola Clayton, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain David Komline, Notre Dame University, USA Jean-Louis Marin-Lamellet, Université Lyon 2 , France David Sarias Rodríguez, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain Axel R. Sch?fer , University of Keele, UK Manuel Álvarez Tardío , Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain Nick Witham, University of Nottingham, UK

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