History (School of)
The School of History in the University of St Andrews is one of the country's leading centres for historical research. The School has particular research strengths in the following areas: Mediaeval History, Middle Eastern History (incl. Iranian History), French History, German History, Scottish History, Reformation History and Intellectual History.
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Hidden in plain sight : printing for the Catholic community in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic (University of St Andrews, 2022-06-16) - ThesisThis thesis represents the first analytical overview of Catholic printing in the Dutch Republic over the course of the long seventeenth century (1566-1723). Roman Catholics made up a substantial proportion of the population ...
(2023-11-29) - ThesisSince the late 19th century, the ways of eating in China and Japan have become more similar than at any other time in history. Numerous shared elements have reshaped both countries' culinary culture. New dishes, skills and ...
(2023-11-29) - ThesisThis thesis offers a new interpretation of the governing strategies of the English republican state by analysing its relationship with rhetoric and plain speaking. Departing from familiar stylistic definitions of plain ...
(University of St Andrews, 1942) - Thesis
The dissemination of books printed in England and Ireland on the northern European book market, 1600-1720 (2023-11-29) - ThesisThis thesis is the first to provide an overview of the English book ownership of Danish and Dutch collectors, by following the circulation of books printed in England on the book markets in Denmark and the Dutch Republic ...