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Man on his past; the study of the history of historical scholarship by Herbert Butterfield1954
Cultural Foundations of Industrial Civilization by John U. Nef1955
War and society in the Seventeenth Century by G. N. Clark1956
Four Studies of War & Peace in This Cent by W. K. Hancock1960
The Italian Renaissance in its Historical Background by Denys Hay1961
The Social Interpretation of the French Revolution by Alfred Cobban1962
Pagan and Christian in an Age of Anxiety: Some Aspects of Religious Experience from Marcus Aurelius to Constantine by E. R. Dodds1963
Poetry & Politics, 1900-1960 by Maurice Bowra1965
The Newtonian Revolution by I. Bernard Cohen1966
The Last Byzantine Renaissance by Steven Runciman1968
The Old World and the New: 1492-1650 by J. H. Elliott1969
The Personality of Ireland: Habitat, Heritage and History by E. Estyn Evans1971
Reform & Renewal: Thomas Cromwell and the Common Weal by G. R. Elton1972
Philosophers of Peace and War: Kant, Clausewitz, Marx, Engles and Tolstoy by Walter Bryce Gallie1976
Religion, Law and the Growth of Constitutional Thought, 1150-1650 by Brian Tierney1979
Politics in the Ancient World by M. I. Finley1980
Succeeding John Bull: America in Britain's Place 1900-1975 by D. Cameron Watt1981
Aristocratic Century: The Peerage of Eighteenth-Century England by John Cannon1982
Nations and Nationalism since 1780: Programme, Myth, Reality by E. J. Hobsbawm1985
Religion, Politics and Preferment in France since 1890: La Belle Epoque and its Legacy by Maurice Larkin1986
Domination and Conquest: The Experience of Ireland, Scotland and Wales, 1100-1300 by R. R. Davies1988
Martyrdom and Rome by G. W. Bowersock1993
The Construction of Nationhood: Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism by Adrian Hastings1996
Captives: Britain, Empire, and the World, 1600-1850 by Linda Colley1997
Revolution and the People in Russia and China: A Comparative History by S. A. Smith1998
Languages and Communities in Early Modern Europe by Peter Burke2002
Modernizing England's Past: English Historiography in the Age of Modernism, 1870-1970 (The Wiles Lectures) by Michael Bentley2003
Luck and the Irish: A Brief History of Change, 1970-2000 by R. F. Foster2004
The Plain Man's Pathways to Heaven: Kinds of Christianity in Post-Reformation England, 1570-1640 by Christopher Haigh2005
The Natural and the Supernatural in the Middle Ages by Robert Bartlett2006
Recovering Liberties: Indian Thought in the Age of Liberalism and Empire by Christopher Alan Bayly2007
The History Written on the Classical Greek Body by Robin Osborne2008

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