Charlotte Brontë

Penny Boumelha

PB/HB

D. A. Hamer

PB/HB

The Eighteen Nineties 
Holbrook Jackson
​PB/HB

H. J. Perkin

​PB/HB​

The Coming of the

Mass Market, 1850-1914

​W. Hamish Fraser 

PB/HB

Patrick Joyce

PB/HB

Unsolved Historical Mysteries

W. D. Rubinstein

​PB/HB

David Cresap Moore

​PB/HB


David C. Itzkowitz

​PB/HB

The Mind and Method

of the Historian
E. Le Roy Ladurie

​PB/HB

Michael J. Cullen

​PB/HB

Voices of Anger & Hope

H. Gustav Klaus

​HB

A Usable Past (3 Vols) 

C. Stephen Yeo
HB/eB

H. J. Hanham (Ed.)

​HB

How the Game Was Played

Wray Vamplew

PB/HB/eB

CULTURAL, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC HISTORY

H. J. Perkin

​PB/HB​

Serious About Series

John Spiers
​PB/HB

Edward Everett Root Publishers Co. Ltd.


W. D. Rubinstein

​PB/HB

1917 – The Passchendaele Year 

​​Achiel Van Walleghem

​PB/HB/eB

Peter Burke

​PB/HB/eB

Victorian Popular Fiction

John Spiers

PB/HB​

EER

Major new initiatives


*   the  new work by Professor John Sutherland with Veronica Melnyk. This is the first ever book- length study of the influential publisher Henry Colburn (c.1784 -1855), The Prince of Puffers.  Read more...


a  new series, Key Popular Women Writers, edited by Dr. Janine Hatter of the University of Hull and Dr. Helena Ifill of the University of Sheffield.  Read more...

 three books by Peter Burke. Read more...

* revised editions of the first two volumes of Professor William D. Rubinstein’s standard works of research and reference on Who Were the Rich? Several entirely new volumes will also follow shortly. Read more...

H. J. Hanham

​PB/HB

Wray Vamplew

​PB/HB

Thomas Hardy and Women

​Penny Boumelha

PB/HB

Books for the Million 

John Spiers
​PB/HB

Victorian Music: 

A social and cultural history
Asa Briggs & Janet Lovegrove

HB/eB

The Territory of the Historian 

E. Le Roy Ladurie
​PB/HB


Brontë Transformations

Patsy Stoneman

PB/HB