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Response to Review no. 1026

I am most grateful to Justin for his thoughtful review of my book; it is an excellent summary of its content and potential implications – far better than its own author could provide! However, it is rare for historians to be given an opportunity to engage with such positive discussions of their work so IContinue reading “Response to Review no. 1026”

Response to Review no. 65

I am grateful to Hugh Cunningham for his critically engaged review of Popular Cultures; it is heartening to have one¢s work taken seriously. It is also flattering to be described as a potential successor to Peter Burke¢s Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe, although of course Burke¢s book was far more wide ranging than mine.Continue reading “Response to Review no. 65”