The Palgrave Macmillan Series on “War, Culture and Society, 1750-1850”
Celebrates 50 Books!
Rafe Blaufarb (Florida State University)
Alan Forrest (University of York)
Karen Hagemann (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
The series aims to develop a multi disciplinary approach to the analysis of the military and war by combining political, social, cultural, art and gender history with military history. It wants to extend the scope of traditional histories of the period by discussing war and revolution across the Atlantic as well as within Europe, thereby contributing to a new global history of conflict in the eighteenth and nineteenth century.
The series started in the fall of 2008 and celebrates the publication of 50 volumes in the fall 2023. Recently it was named by David Bell (Princeton University) the “best series on the history of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.“
Book proposals for the series are welcome. For more information click here.
For the Palgrave Macmillan site of the series please click here.
For a PDF of the WSC series flyer click here.