Civilians and War in Europe 1618–1815
Edited by Erica Charters, Eve Rosenhaft, and Hannah Smith
Erica Charters is a University Lecturer in the History of Medicine, University of Oxford.
Eve Rosenhaft is Professor of German Historical Studies, University of Liverpool.
Hannah Smith is Tutorial Fellow and University Lecturer in History, St. Hilda’s College, University of Oxford.
List of Contributors Acknowledgements List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations 1. Introduction - Erica Charters, Eve Rosenhaft and Hannah Smith Part I: Suffering, Reconciliation and Values in the Seventeenth Century 2. Was the Thirty Years War a ‘Total War’? - Peter H. Wilson 3. Grotius and the Civilian - Colm McKeogh 4. War, Property and the Bonds of Society: England’s ‘Unnatural’ Civil Wars - Barbara Donagan 5. Transitional Justice Theory and Reconciling Civil War Division in English Society, circa 1660-1670 - Melanie Harrington Part II: The State, Soldiers and Cilivians 6. The Administration of War and French Prisoners of War in Britain, 1756-1763 - Erica Charters 7. Civilians, the French Army and Military Justice during the Reign of Louis XIV, circa 1640-1715 - Markus Meumann 8. Restricted Violence? Military Occupation during the Eighteenth Century- Horst Carl 9. British Soldiers at Home: The Civilian Experience in Wartime, 1740-1783 - Stephen Conway Part III: Who is a Civilian? Who is a Soldier? 10. Conflicted Identities: Soldiers, Civilians and the Representation of War - Philip Shaw 11. ‘Turning Out for Twenty-Days Amusement’: The Militia in Georgian Satirical Prints - Matthew McCormack 12. Insurgents and Counter-Insurgents between Military and Civil Society from the 1790s to 1815 - Alan Forrest Part IV: Contradictions of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 13. The Limits of Conflict in Napoleonic Europe - and Their Transgression- David A. Bell 14. Pluder on the Peninsula: British Soliders and Local Civilians during the Peninsular War, 1808-1813 - Gavin Galy 15. Invasion and Occupation: Civilian-Military Relations in Central Europe during Revolutionary and Napoleonic War- Leighton S. James 16. Imprisoned Reading: French Prisoners of War at the Selkirk Subscription Library, 1811-1814 Mark Towsey Bibliography Index
... the approaches, questions, and interpretations pursued in the volume will provide important stimulation for scholars from a range of disciplinary and geographic backgrounds.
French History, vol 27, no 3
An innovative and coherent collection of a consistently very high standard.
University of Cambridge
A superior example of an edited collection, containing essays of real importance and quality, and arranged in an illuminating way.
University of Glasgow
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: March 12, 2012
Series: Eighteenth-Century Worlds 1