Table of contents for Early modern Europe : an Oxford history / edited by Euan Cameron.


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List of Contributors, List of Illustrations
Editor's Introduction
Editor's Acknowledgements
Prologue: Europe and the World Around, Anthony R. D. Pagden
I: THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY c.1500-c.1618
1. The Conditions of Life for the Masses, Alison Rowlands
2. The Power of the Word: Renaissance and Reformation, Euan Cameron
3. War, Religion, and the State, Steven J. Gunn
II: THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY c.1618-c.1715
4. Colonies, Enterprises, and Wealth: The Economies of Europe and the Wider World, R. A. Houston
5. Embattled Faiths: Religion and Natural Philosophy, Robin Briggs
6. Warfare, Crisis, and Absolutism, Jeremy Black
III: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY c.1715-1789
7. A Widening Market in Consumer Goods, James C. Riley
8. The Enlightenment, Norman Hampson
9. Europe Turns East: Political Developments, H. M. Scott
Epilogue: The Old Order Transformed 1789-1815, T. C. W. Blanning
Further Reading
Illustration Sources
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Europe -- History -- 1492-1648.
Europe -- History -- 17th century.
Europe -- History -- 18th century.