Instructions for choosing and receiving your prize(s):
For each distinction level (16.5 or above) sub-honours overall module grade
that you have achieved, you are entitled to choose one book.
Please email your choice(s) to Mrs Melanie Forbes on [email protected] as soon as possible but BEFORE Monday, 5 August.
Bookprizes will be distributed at a reception that will be held at the start of
the first semester of 2013-14. You will be notified about this reception by
email. If you are unable to attend, you will be able to collect your book from
the secretaries’ office in St Katharine’s Lodge AFTER the bookprize reception
has taken place.
Please choose your book(s) from the following list. The module codes in
square brackets indicate a book that will be relevant to that particular
honours module, but you do not need to make your choice relevant to your
honours choices!
Donald Henson, The Origins of the Anglo-Saxons, (2010), [ME3102]
James E. Fraser, From Caledonia to Pictland, (2009), [ME3308]
R. Krautheimer, Rome: Profile of a City. 312-1308, (1980)
Robert Dankoff and Sooyong Kim, An Ottoman Traveller: Selections from the Book
of Travels of Evliya Çelebi, (2010)
D'Altroy, T, The Incas, (2002), [ME3222]
Malcolm Barber ,The Two Cities (2nd ed), (2004), [ME2003]
Robert Liddiard, Castles in Context, (2005), [ME3162]
Peter Jackson, The Mongols and the West, (2005), [ME3609]
Parvaneh Pourshariati ,The Decline and Fall of the Sasanian Empire (2009),
Averil Cameron, Procopius and the sixth century, (1984)
John Ruedy, Modern Algeria: the origins and development of a nation, (2005),
Gerard DeGroot, The First World War, [MO3404]
Gerard DeGroot, Noble Cause: America and the Vietnam War, [MO3508]
Mark Mazower, Hitler's Empire: Nazi Rule in Occupied Europe, (2008), [MO3410]
James Mark, The Unfinished Revolution: Making Sense of the Communist Past in
Central-Eastern (2011), [MO3520]
Wrightson, K English society, 1580-1680 (2nd edition), (1993), [MO3040]
Wrightson, K. Earthly necessities. Economic lives in early modern Britain, (2000),
C. Clark, Kaiser Wilhelm II. A Life in Power, (2009), [MO3329]
M. Chamberlain, Pax Britannica? British Foreign Policy, 1789-1914 (1989),
Ansari, A M, Modern Iran since 1921, (2003), [MO3327]
Axworthy, M, Sword of Persia : Nader Shah; from Tribal warrior to conquering
tyrant, (2006), [MO3280]
Mark Harrison, Disease and the Modern World: 1500 to the Present Day, (2004),
Robert Gottlieb, Forcing the Spring: The Transformation of the American
Environmental Movement, 2nd revised edition, (2005)
Holt, M, The French Wars of Religion, (2005), [MO3011]
Canny, N, The Oxford History of the British Empire: The Origins of Empire, (1998),
Ira Berlin, Many Thousands Gone: The First Two Centuries of American Slavery,
Foucault, Discipline and Punishment, 1974, [MO3262]
Negrine R, Politics and the Mass Media in Britain (2nd ed), (1996), [MO3319]
Colin Matthew, The Nineteenth Century: The British Isles 1815-1901 (Short Oxford
History of the British Isles), [MO2008]
David Kennedy, Freedom from Fear: The American People in Depression and War,
1929-1945 (2011), [MO3422]
Ronald Cohen, Rainbow Quest [MO3421]
Calder A, The People's War [MO3502]
Diarmaid MacCulloch, Reformation. Europe’s House Divided 1490 – 1700, (2003)
Alec Ryrie The Age of Reformations: The Tudor and Stewart Realms, 1485-1603,
Q. Skinner, The Foundations of Modern Political Thought
Bayly, Christopher Alan, The birth of the modern world, 1780-1914: global
connections and comparisons, (2004), [MO1008]
Bitterli, Cultures in conflict: encounters between European and non-European
cultures, 1492-1800, (1989), [MO1008]
Greenblatt, Stephen Marvellous, Possessions: the wonder of the New World, (1991),
Liebersohn, Harry,The Travelers’ World. Europe and the Pacific, (2006), [MO1008]
Hobsbawm, E. J, Age of Extremes: The Short Twentieth Century, 1914-1991,
(1995), [MO1008]
Judt, T Postwar: A History of Europe since 1945, (2005), [MO1008]

Instructions for choosing and receiving your prize(s): For each