New Releases

Scheduled for October 2022

  • A History of Women in Medicine and Medical Research: Exploring the Trailblazers of STEM by Dale DeBakcsy
  • All Walks of Life: A Journey with The Alan Shimmerman Collection: Meissen Porcelain Figures of the Eighteenth Century by Vanessa Sigalas, Meredith Chilton
  • An A-Z of Jane Austen by Michael Greaney
  • Appalachian Pastoral: Mountain Excursions, Aesthetic Visions, and The Antebellum Travel Narrative (Clemson University Press: Eighteenth-Century Moments) by Michael S. Martin
  • Casanova’s Lottery: The History of a Revolutionary Game of Chance by Stephen M. Stigler
  • Corrosive Solace: Affect, Biopolitics, and the Realignment of the Repertoire, 1780-1800 by Daniel O’Quinn
  • Eighteenth-Century Environmental Humanities (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Jeremy Chow
  • Empirie im Mönchsgewand: Naturforschung in süddeutschen Klöstern des 18. Jahrhunderts (German edition) by Julia Bloemer
  • Families of the Heart: Surrogate Relations in the Eighteenth-Century British Novel (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Ann Campbell
  • Gelehrsamkeit(en) im 18. Jahrhundert: Autorisierung – Darstellung – Vernetzung (Beihefte zum Euphorion, 116) (German edition) by Thomas Assinger, Daniel Ehrmann
  • Inside Bridgerton by Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beer
  • Janesplains: A Compendium of Jane Austen’s Wit & Wisdom (Literary Wit and Wisdom) by Jane Austen
  • „jetzt kommen andre Zeiten angerückt“: Schriftstellerinnen der Romantik: 1 (Neue Romantikforschung, 1) (German edition) by Martina Wernli
  • Joséphine – La réussite cachée de Napoléon (French edition) by Eric Leclercq
  • Kitty Fisher: The First Female Celebrity by Joanne Major
  • Kollektivitat: Geteilte Autorschaften Und Kollaborative Praxisformen 1770-1840 (German edition) by Daniel Ehrmann
  • Ladies, Wives and Women: British Army Wives in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1793-1815 (From Reason to Revolution) by David Clammer
  • La folie Napoléon – Du 18 Brumaire à Waterloo (French edition) by Krassinsky, Aurélien Lignereux
  • Le Grand amour de Marie-Antoinette – Lettres secrètes de la reine et du comte de Fersen (French edition) by Évelyne Lever
  • L’expédition Lapérouse 3e ED: Une aventure humaine et scientifique autour du monde (French edition) by Bernard Jimenez, François Bellec
  • Media and the Mind: Art, Science, and Notebooks as Paper Machines, 1700-1830 by Matthew Daniel Eddy
  • Misinformation Nation: Foreign News and the Politics of Truth in Revolutionary America by Jordan E. Taylor
  • Napoléon: L’homme qui voulut être empereur (French edition) by Aurélien Lignereux
  • Napoleon: The Decline and Fall of an Empire: 1811-1821 by Michael Broers
  • North of America: Loyalists, Indigenous Nations, and the Borders of the Long American Revolution by Jeffers Lennox
  • Orientation in European Romanticism: The Art of Falling Upwards (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism Book 137) by Paul Hamilton
  • Sister Novelists: The Trailblazing Porter Sisters, Who Paved the Way for Austen and the Brontës by Devoney Looser
  • Strolling Players of Empire: Theater and Performances of Power in the British Imperial Provinces, 1656–1833 (Critical Perspectives on Empire) by Kathleen Wilson
  • The Garde Nationale 1789-1815: France’s Forgotten Armed Forces (From Reason to Revolution) by Pierre-Baptiste Guillemot
  • The Heresy of Jacob Frank: From Jewish Messianism to Esoteric Myth by Jay Michaelson
  • The Life of the Author – Jane Austen by Catherine Delafield
  • The Wandering Army: The Campaigns that Transformed the British Way of War by Huw J. Davies
  • Zeichnen im Zeitalter Goethes: Zeichnungen und Aquarelle aus dem Freien Deutschen Hochstift (German edition) by Mareike Hennig, Neela Struck
  • 1805 – Tsar Alexander’s First War with Napoleon: The Russian Official History (From Reason to Revolution) by Alexander Ivanovich Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky, Alexander Mikaberidz, Peter G A Phillips

Scheduled for September 2022

  • Black England: A Forgotten Georgian History by Gretchen Gerzina
  • Black Voices on Britain (Macmillan Collector’s Library) by Hakim Adi
  • Blood, Guts and Gore: Assistant Surgeon John Gordon Smith at Waterloo by Gareth Glover
  • British Encounters with Syrian-Mesopotamian Overland Routes to India, 1751-1795: Rethinking Enlightenment Improvement (Anthem Studies in Travel) by Mohammad Sakhnini
  • British Military Panoramas: Battle in the Round, 1800-1914 (From Musket to Maxim) by Ian F W Beckett
  • Burchell’s African Odyssey: Retracing the Return Journey 1812–1815 by Roger Stewart and Marion Whitehead
  • Colonialism: A Global History by Lorenzo Veracini
  • Commanders of the British Forces in Ireland, 1796-1922 by Tony Gaynor
  • Empire, Kinship and Violence: Family Histories, Indigenous Rights and the Making of Settler Colonialism, 1770-1842 (Critical Perspectives on Empire) by Elizabeth Elbourne
  • Empires of Complaints: Mughal Law and the Making of British India, 1765–1793 by Robert Travers
  • Joséphine – La réussite cachée de Napoléon (French edition) by Eric Leclercq
  • House and Home in Georgian Ireland: Spaces and Cultures of Domestic Life by Conor Lucey
  • Jane Austen, Sex, and Romance: Engaging with Desire in the Novels and Beyond by Professor Nora Nachumi, Professor Stephanie Oppenheim, et al.
  • John Keats’ Medical Notebook: Text, Context, and Poems by Hrileena Ghosh
  • Kant als Lehrer der Aufklärung: Historische und systematische Verbindungslinien zum Pädagogischen (German edition) by Sandra Johst
  • La Folle Vie d’une duchesse de Napoléon (French Edition) by Gilles de Becdelièvre
  • London In The Nineteenth Century: ‘A Human Awful Wonder of God’ by Jerry White
  • Magnificent Rebels: The First Romantics and the Invention of the Self by Andrea Wulf
  • Maria Sibylla Merian: Changing the Nature of Art and Science by Marieke van Delft, Kay Etheridge, Hans Mulder, Bert van de Roemer, Florence Pieters
  • Pretty Young Rebel: The Life of Flora Macdonald by Flora Fraser
  • Prussia’s Glory, Rossbach and Leuthen 1757 by Christopher Duffy
  • Storm and Sack: British Sieges, Violence and the Laws of War in the Napoleonic Era, 1799–1815 (Cambridge Military Histories) by Gavin Daly
  • Small Things in the Eighteenth Century: The Political and Personal Value of the Miniature by Chloe Wigston Smith and Beth Fowkes Tobin
  • The Books that Made the European Enlightenment: A History in 12 Case Studies (Cultures of Early Modern Europe) by Gary Kates
  • The Gaelic and Indian Origins of the American Revolution: Diversity and Empire in the British Atlantic, 1688-1783 by Samuel K. Fisher
  • The Game of Hearts: The lives and loves of Regency women by Felicity Day
  • The Lion at Dawn: Forging British Strategy in the Age of the French Revolution, 1783-1797 by Nathaniel Jarrett
  • The Men of Wellingtons Light Division: Unpublished Memoirs from the 43rd Light Infantry in the Peninsular War by Gareth Glover, Robert Burnham
  • The Oxford Handbook of Samuel Johnson (Oxford Handbooks) by Jack Lynch
  • Tupaia, Captain Cook and the Voyage of the Endeavour: A Material History by Khadija Von Zinnenburg Carroll
  • Versailles & the World by Exhibitions International
  • What Pornography Knows: Sex and Social Protest since the Eighteenth Century by Kathleen Lubey
  • William IV: The Last Hanoverian King of Britain by John Van der Kiste
  • Women of the American Revolution by Samantha Wilcoxson
  • Words Made Flesh: Formations of the Postsecular in British Romanticism (Studies in Religion and Culture) by Sean Dempsey

Scheduled for August 2022

  • Alexander Hamilton and the Battle of Yorktown, October 1781: The Winning of American Independence by Phillip Thomas Tucker
  • Anonymity in Eighteenth Century Italian Publishing: The Absent Author (New Directions in Book History) by Lodovica Braida
  • Artillery of the Napoleonic Wars: Field Artillery, 1792-1815 (Napoleonic Library) by Kevin F Kiley (new as paperback)
  • Bound by Bondage: Slavery and the Creation of a Northern Gentry (New Netherland Institute Studies) by Nicole Saffold Maskiell
  • Charles Dickens’ London by Mark Davis and Zara Liddle
  • Confiscating the common good: Small towns and religious politics in the French Revolution (Studies in Modern French and Francophone History) by Edward Woell
  • Convoys: The British Struggle against Napoleonic Europe and America by Roger Knight
  • De grootste slavenhandelaren van Amsterdam: Over Jochem Matthijs en Coenraad Smitt (Dutch edition) by Ramona Negrón, Jessica den Oudsten
  • Dic Penderyn: The Man and the Martyr by Sally Roberts Jones
  • Eighteenth-Century Women’s Writing and the Methodist Media Revolution: ‘Consider the Lord as Ever Present Reader’ (Romantic Reconfigurations: Studies in Literature and Culture 1780-1850) by Andrew O. Winckles
  • Enlightenment at court: Patrons, philosophes, and reformers in eighteenth-century Europe: 2022 (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment) by Thomas Biskup, Benjamin Marschke
  • General William Roy, 1726-1790: Father of the Ordnance Survey by Humphrey Welfare
  • Georg Forster: German Cosmopolitan (Max Kade Research Institute: Germans Beyond Europe) by Todd Kontje
  • Glasgow’s Sugar Aristocracy in the British-Atlantic World, 1776-1838 (New Historical Perspectives): Scotland and Caribbean Slavery, 1775–1838 by Stephen Mullen
  • Hidden Heritage: Rediscovering Britain’s Lost Love of the Orient by Fatima Manji
  • Illegitimacy, Family, and Stigma in England, 1660-1834 by Kate Gibson
  • F. G. Fichte: Foundation of the Entire Wissenschaftslehre and Related Writings, 1794-95 by Daniel Breazeale
  • Mary Prince (My Story) by E. L. Norry
  • Mary Wollstonecraft, Cosmopolitan by Laura Kirkley
  • Money and Materiality in the Golden Age of Graphic Satire (Studies in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture) by Amanda Lahikainen
  • Napoleon’s Infantry: French Line, Light and Foreign Regiments 1799- 1815 by Esposito Gabriele
  • Not So Easy, Lads: Wearing the Red Coat 1786-1797 (From Reason to Revolution) by Vivien Roworth
  • Oranjeprinses op drift: Wilhelmina van Pruisen en de Nederlanders (Dutch edition) by Maarten-Jan Dongelmans
  • Papers and Correspondence of Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth: Part I: The French Revolutionary War, 1793 – 1802 (Navy Records Society Publications) by John D. Grainger
  • Political Reason and the Language of Change: Reform and Improvement in Early Modern Europe (Political Economies of Capitalism, 1600-1850) by Adriana Luna-Fabritius, Ere Nokkala, et al.
  • Robespierre (French Edition) by Antoine Boulant
  • Romanticism and the Rule of Law: Coleridge, Blake, and the Autonomous Reader by Mark L. Barr
  • Romantik 2021: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms by Thor J Mednick, Marie-Louise Svane, et.al
  • Taking Sides in Revolutionary New Jersey: Caught in the Crossfire (CERES: Rutgers Studies in History) by Maxine N. Lurie
  • The Company’s Sword: The East India Company and the Politics of Militarism, 1644–1858 (Critical Perspectives on Empire) by Christina Welsch
  • The Myth and Identity of the Romantic Artist in European Literature: A Self-Constructed Fantasy (Routledge Studies in Comparative Literature) by Elena Anastasaki
  • The Partimenti of Giovanni Paisiello: Pedagogy and Practice (Eastman Studies in Music) by Dr. Nicoleta Paraschivescu (Author), Chris Walton (Translator)
  • ‘The People Are Not There’: The Transformation of Badenoch 1800–1863 by David Taylor
  • The Real Queen Charlotte: Inside the Real Bridgerton Court by Catherine Curzon
  • Thinking About Tears: Crying and Weeping in Long-Eighteenth-Century France (Emotions in History) by Marco Menin
  • Uncovering the History of Slavery at Mount Vernon (History Under Cover) by Kathryn Wesgate
  • Women Waging War in the American Revolution  by Holly A. Mayer

Scheduled for July 2022

  • A Bittersweet Heritage: Slavery, Architecture and the British Landscape by Victoria Perry
  • A Genlis Education and Enlightenment Values: Mrs Chinnery (1766–1840) and her Children by Denise Yim
  • All Walks of Life: A Journey with The Alan Shimmerman Collection: Meissen Porcelain Figures of the Eighteenth Century by Edited by Vanessa Sigalas, Meredith Chilton
  • Behind Closed Doors: The Secret Life of London Private Members’ Clubs by Dr Seth Alexander Thévoz
  • Costumes of the Armies engaged at Waterloo: Volume 4: French Army by Charles Lyall and Markus Stein
  • Cultural Histories of Law, Media and Emotion: Public Justice (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Cultures and Societies) by Katie Barclay and Amy Milka
  • Die Österreichische Armee von 1805 bis 1809: Band 2: Grenzer, Landwehr & Elitetruppen (German edition) by Enrico Acerbi, Jan Eschbach
  • Empire and Gunpowder: Military Industrialisation and Ascendancy of the East India Company in India, 1757–1856 (War and Society in South Asia) by Moumita Chowdhury
  • Fire! Fire! The Theatre’s on Fire: A History of British Theatre Fires by Rodney Hardcastle
  • German Troops in the American Revolution (2): Braunschweig, Waldeck, Hessen-Hanau, Ansbach-Bayreuth, and Anhalt-Zerbst (Men-at-Arms) by Donald M. Londahl-Smidt, Jeff Trexler
  • Inspiring Change: Elizabeth Fry: Band 17/Diamond (Collins Big Cat) by Donna David, Alice Negri
  • Invisible Voices: The Black Presence in Crime and Punishment in the UK, 1750–1900 by Martin Glynn
  • Leading Like the Swamp Fox: The Leadership Lessons of Francis Marion by Kevin Dougherty, Steven D. Smith
  • Life In Napoleon’s Army: The Graphic Memoirs of Captain Elzear Blaze (Napoleonic Library) by Elzear Blaze
  • Making Stars: Biography and Celebrity in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Performing Celebrity) by Nora Nachumi, Kristina Straub, et al.
  • Owning Performance | Performing Ownership: Literary Property and the Eighteenth-Century British Stage by Jane Wessel
  • Providing for the Poor: The Old Poor Law, 1750–1834 (New Historical Perspectives) by Peter Collinge, Louise Falcini
  • Saving Washington’s Army: The Brilliant Last Stand of General John Glover at the Battle of Pell’s Point, New York, October 18, 1776 by Phillip Thomas Tucker
  • Smollett`s Britain (The Weight of Words) by Jeremy Black
  • The Enclosure of Knowledge: Books, Power and Agrarian Capitalism in Britain, 1660–1800 (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) by James D. Fisher
  • The Haydn Economy: Music, Aesthetics, and Commerce in the Late Eighteenth Century (New Material Histories of Music) by Nicholas Mathew
  • The History of Lady Louisa Stroud, and the Honourable Miss Caroline Stretton: by Phebe Gibbes (Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels) by Mike Franklin
  • The Letters of Private Wheeler: An eyewitness in action at the Battle of Waterloo (Military Memoirs) by B.H. Liddell Hart
  • The Reform Acts (Volume I – IV): The Struggle for Democracy by Sarah Richardson
  • The Temple of Fame and Friendship: Portraits, Music, and History in the C. P. E. Bach Circle by Annette Richards
  • Toujours Du Sentiment: Zur Poetik des sentimentalen Romans um 1800 (German edition) by Greta Lansen
  • Women and Property Ownership in Jane Austen by Rita J. Dashwood
  • 1805 – Tsar Alexander’s First War with Napoleon: The Russian Official History (From Reason to Revolution) by Alexander Ivanovich Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky, Alexander Mikaberidze, et al.

Scheduled for June 2022

  • American Literature in Transition, 1770–1828 (Nineteenth-Century American Literature in Transition) by William Huntting Howell and Greta LaFleur
  • Amours et familles interdites: Blancs et Noirs à l’île Bourbon (La Réunion) au temps de l’esclavage (1665-1848) (French edition) by Sabine Noël
  • A Revolution on Canvas – The Rise of Women Artists in Britain and France, 1760–1830 by Paris A. Spies Gans
  • Botanical Entanglements: Women, Natural Science, and the Arts in Eighteenth-Century England by Anna K. Sagal
  • Chaucer in the Eighteenth Century: The Father of English Poetry by David Hopkins and Tom Mason
  • Clementi and the woman at the piano: Virtuosity and the market for music in eighteenth-century London (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment) by Erin Helyar
  • Clubbable Man: Essays on Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture in Honor of Greg Clingham by Anthony W. Lee , Anthony W Lee
  • Conversations with Goethe: In the Last Years of His Life by Johann Peter Eckermann , Ritchie Robertson
  • Costumes of the Armies engaged at Waterloo: Volume 4: French Army by Markus Stein and Markus Gärtner
  • Disseminating Dress: Britain’s Fashion Networks, 1600–1970 by Serena Dyer , Jade Halbert, Sophie Littlewood
  • Ein Basler Tapezierer in Paris: Joachim Weitnauer und sein Reisetagebuch von 1807 (Selbst-konstruktion – Temoignages – Scritture Del Se) (German edition) by Kevin Heiniger
  • Elisabeth de France: Le sacrifice d´une princesse (French edition) by Mauricette Vial-Andru
  • English-Ottoman Relations in the 18th Century by Gonul Bakay
  • English Theatrical Anecdotes, 1660-1800 (Performing Celebrity) by Heather Ladd, Leslie Ritchie (editors)
  • Eternity in British Romantic Poetry: 94 (Liverpool English Texts and Studies) by Madeleine Callaghan
  • Gorgeous Georgians (newspaper edition) (Horrible Histories) by Terry Deary and Martin Brown
  • Gothic Romanticism: Wordsworth, Architecture, Politics, Form (Palgrave Gothic) by Tom Duggett
  • Hessians: German Soldiers in the American Revolutionary War by Friederike Baer
  • History of Universities XXXV / 1: The Unloved Century: Georgian Oxford Reassessed (History of Universities Series) by Mordechai Feingold
  • Kunst, kennis en kapitaal: Oude meesters op de Hollandse veilingmarkt 1670-1820 (Dutch edition) by Frans Grijzenhout
  • L’Italie de Bonaparte – Politique, construction de l’Etat et nation dans la péninsule ne revolution 1796 – 1821 (French edition) by Antonino de Francesco, Romain Legendre
  • Limits of Familiarity: Authorship and Romantic Readers (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Lindsey Eckert
  • Losing America, Securing an Empire: The Rise of British Global Power in the Late 18th Century by Daniel H. Boone
  • Mummified: The Stories Behind Egyptian Mummies in Museums by Angela Stienne
  • Murky waters: British spas in eighteenth-century medicine and literature: 17 (Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies) by Sophie Vasset
  • Napoléon et le renseignement (French Edition) by Gérald Arboit
  • Napoleon’s Surgeon: Carolus Blomme and the battle of the Nations, Leipzig 1813 by Emile Blomme
  • Poetic Form and Romantic Provocation by Carmen Faye Mathes
  • Pour le roi… et l’amour d’une reine: Les incoyables complots pour sauver Louis XVI et Marie-Antoinette (French edition) by Ghislaine Riccio
  • System and Freedom in Kant and Fichte (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Philosophy) by Giovanni Pietro Basile and Ansgar Lyss
  • Taste and Experience in Eighteenth-Century British Aesthetics: The Move toward Empiricism by Dabney Townsend
  • The Brunels: Father and Son by Burton Anthony
  • The Changing Face of Old Regime Warfare: Essays in Honour of Christopher Duffy (From Reason to Revolution) by Alexander S Burns
  • The Ottoman Army of the Napoleonic Wars, 1798-1815: A Struggle for Survival from Egypt to the Balkans (From Reason to Revolution) by Bruno Mugnai
  • The World of Elizabeth Inchbald: Essays on Literature, Culture, and Theatre in the Long Eighteenth Century by Daniel J. Ennis (editor)
  • Thomas Jefferson: A Biography of Spirit and Flesh by Thomas S. Kidd, Grover Gardner (editors)
  • Thomas Meagher: Forgotten Father of Thomas Francis Meagher by Eugene Broderick
  • To Conquer and to Keep: Suchet and the War for Eastern Spain, 1809-1814 (From Reason to Revolution) by Yuhan Kim
  • Weston Park: The House, the families and the influence by Dr. Gareth Williams
  • Who Owned Waterloo?: Battle, Memory, and Myth in British History, 1815-1852 by Luke Reynolds
  • 1800: L’ultime année d’un siècle de sang (French edition) by Lionel Marquis

Scheduled for May 2022

  • Adventurer: The Life and Times of Giacomo Casanova by Leo Damrosch
  • Apostles of Inequality: Rural Poverty, Political Economy, and the Economist, 1760–1860 by Jim Handy
  • Athanasius Raczyński (1788-1874). Aristocrat, Diplomat, and Patron of the Arts by Michał Mencfel
  • By Fire and Bayonet: Grey’s West Indies Campaign of 1794 (From Reason to Revolution) by Steve Brown
  • Catherine the Great and the Culture of Celebrity in the Eighteenth Century: Creating Passive Income Through Real Estate Mastery (Cultures of Early Modern Europe) by Björg Thorarensen, Helle Krunke
  • Catholiques Et Economistes: Leurs Controverses Depuis La Revolution (French edition) by Francois Etner
  • Complete Works of Voltaire 148: Tables: titres, incipit des vers, volumes (French edition) by Nicholas Cronk
  • Dickens and Travel: The Start of Modern Travel Writing by Lucinda Hawksley
  • Domestic Captivity and the British Subject, 1660–1750 by Catherine Ingrassia
  • Conspiracy on Cato Street: A Tale of Liberty and Revolution in Regency London by Vic Gatrell
  • Democratic Passions: The Politics of Feeling in British Popular Radicalism, 1809-48 by Matthew Roberts
  • Dr Williams’s Trust and Library: A History by Alan Argent
  • Foreignness and Selfhood: Sino-British Encounters in English Literature of the Eighteenth Century (Routledge Studies in Chinese Comparative Literature and Culture) by Mengmeng Yan
  • Friedrich und Dorothea Schlegel: Während der Erhebung gegen Napoleon (1811-1814 ( German edition) by Cosima Jungk, Anke Lindemann
  • George Berkeley and Romanticism: Ghostly Language by Chris Townsend
  • Geschichtsschreibung aus der Bibliothek: Sesshafte Gelehrte und globale Wissenszirkulation (Ca. 1750-1815 (German edition) by Julian Zur Lage
  • Improbable Pioneers of the Romantic Age: The Lives of John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford and Georgina Gordon, Duchess of Bedford by Keir Davidson
  • In Common Things: Commerce, Culture, and Ecology in British Romantic Literature by Matthew Rowney
  • Josephine, imperatrice et reine a al cour de Napoleon (French edition) by Frederic Masson
  • Kant and the Naturalistic Turn of 18th Century Philosophy by Catherine Wilson
  • La marine de Napoleon (French edition) by Jean-Francois Brun, Pascal Cyr, Sophie Muffat
  • “Men who are Determined to be Free”: The American Assault on Stony Point, 15 July 1779 (From Reason to Revolution Book 16) by David C. Bonk
  • Mind and Body in Eighteenth Century Medicine: A Study Based on Jerome Gaub’s De Regimine Mentis by L. J. Rather
  • Misers: British Responses to Extreme Saving, 1700–1860 (Political Economies of Capitalism, 1600-1850) by Timothy Alborn
  • Napoleon’s Garden Island: Lost and old gardens of St Helena, South Atlantic Ocean by Donal P. McCracken
  • Napoleon’s Plunder and the Theft of Veronese’s Feast by Cynthia Saltzman
  • Peninsular and Waterloo General, Sir Denis Pack and the war against Napoleon by Marcus de la Poer Beresford
  • Put to the Sword: An Account of the Actions and Services of the British Army in India During the Anglo-Maratha Wars 1774-1819 (From Reason to Revolution) by David C J Howell
  • Rebel Saint: Baptist Wriothesley Noel, 1798-1873 by Philip Hill
  • Rebels at Sea: Privateering in the American Revolution (Kindle editon) by Eric Jay Dolin
  • Scars on the Land: An Environmental History of Slavery in the American South by David Silkenat
  • Science on the Roof of the World: Empire and the Remaking of the Himalaya (Science in History) by Lachlan Fleetwood
  • String Quartets in Beethoven’s Europe by Nancy November
  • Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture (Volume 51) by David A. Brewer, Crystal B. Lake
  • Talleyrand – Napoleon La Rencontre: Une double méprise (French edition) by Eric Schell, Emmanuel De Waresquiel
  • Taming the Tongue in the Heyday of English Grammar (1711–1851): 100 Items from the Garner Collection by Bryan A. Garner
  • The Army of the Kingdom of Italy 1805-1814 by Stephen Ede-Borrett
  • The British Bonapartes: Napoleon’s Family in Britain by Edward Hilary Davis
  • The Geographies of Enlightenment Edinburgh (Studies in the Eighteenth Century) by Dr Phil Dodds
  • Theology in the Early British and Irish Gothic, 1764–1832 (Anthem Studies in Gothic Literature) by Holly Hirst
  • The Rebirth of Revelation: German Theology in an Age of Reason and History, 1750–1850 (German and European Studies) by Tuska Benes
  • The Royal Artillery at War,1700-1860: British Gunners & Their Guns in the 18th & 19th Centuries by James Alex Browne
  • The Story of British Tea Chests and Caddies: Social History and Decorative Techniques by Anne Stevens, Kate Richenburg, Gillian Walkling
  • The World’s First Full Press Freedom: The Radical Experiment of Denmark-Norway 1770–1773 by Langen, Ulrik
  • Waterford’s Maritime World: the ledger of Walter Butler, 1750-1757 by John Mannion
  • Wellington’s Waterloo Allies: How Soldiers from Brunswick, Hanover, Nassau and the Netherlands Contributed to the Victory of 1815 by Andrew W Field
  • When the “Dead” Rose in Britain: Premature Burial and the Misdiagnosis of Death During the Enlightenment by Nicole C. Salomone
  • William Ellis: Eighteenth-century farmer, journalist and entrepreneur by Malcolm Thick
  • Women and Musical Salons in the Enlightenment by Rebecca Cypess
  • Worthy of Praise: The Dutch Army in the War of Liberation and the Hundred Days 1813-1815 (From Reason to Revolution) by Marc Geerdink-Schaftenaa
  • 1791: Eine Sklavenrevolution? (German edition) by Frank Jacob

Scheduled for April 2022

  • African American Literature in Transition, 1750–1800: Volume 1 by Rhondda Robinson Thomas
  • British Women Satirists in the Long Eighteenth Century by Amanda Hiner and Elizabeth Tasker Davis
  • Carl Ernst von Gravenreuth: Eine Karriere zwischen Napoleon und Montgelas, German edition, by Marcus Junkelmann
  • Changing Satire: Transformations and Continuities in Europe, 1600–1830: 13 (Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies) by Cecilia Rosengren, Per Sivefors, et al.
  • Collective Wisdom: Collecting in the Early Modern Academy by Anna Marie Roos and Vera Keller
  • Confronting Napoleon: Levin Von Bennigsen’s Memoir of the Campaign in Poland, 1806-1807. Volume I – Pultusk to Eylau (From Reason to Revolution) by Alexander Mikaberidze and Paul Strietelmeier
  • Dinner with Joseph Johnson: Books and Friendship in a Revolutionary Age by Daisy Hay
  • English Garden Eccentrics – Three Hundred Years of Extraordinary Groves, Burrowings, Mountains and Menageries by Todd Longstaffe–Gowan
  • Enjoying Claret in Georgian Ireland: A history of amiable excess by Patricia McCarthy
  • “Genial” Perception: Wordsworth, Coleridge and the Myth of Genius in the Long Eighteenth Century (Clemson University Press: Eighteenth-Century Moments) by William C. Edinger
  • Giving Birth in Eighteenth-Century England (New Historical Perspectives) by Sarah Fox
  • Great Books by German Women in the Age of Emotion, 1770-1820 by Professor Margaretmary Daley
  • Land Surveying in Ireland, 1690-1830: A history by Finnian O Cionnaith
  • London Marine Insurance 1438-1824: Risk, Trade, and the Early Modern State by Adrian Leonard
  • Peninsular and Waterloo General: Sir Denis Pack and the War against Napoleon by Marcus de la Poer Beresford
  • Printing History and Cultural Change: Fashioning the Modern English Text in Eighteenth-Century Britain by Richard Wendorf
  • Taking Travel Home: The Souvenir Culture of British Women Tourists, 1750–1830 (Gender in History) by Emma Gleadhill
  • The American Revolution and the Habsburg Monarchy (The Revolutionary Age) by Jonathan Singerton
  • The British Navy in Eastern Waters: The Indian and Pacific Oceans by John D Grainger
  • The Compleat Plattmaker: Essays on Chart, Map, and Globe Making in England in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries by Norman J. W. Thrower
  • The Empress and the English Doctor: How Catherine the Great defied a deadly virus by Lucy Ward
  • The Fate of Progress in British Romanticism by Mark Canuel
  • The Soldiers Are Dressed in Red: The Quiberon Expedition of 1795 and the Counter-Revolution in Brittany (From Reason to Revolution) by Alistair Nichols
  • Wellington’s Waterloo Allies: How Soldiers from Brunswick, Hanover, Nassau and the Netherlands Contributed to the Victory of 1815 by Andrew W Field
  • Whig Organization in the General Election of 1790: Selections from the Blair Adam Papers by Donald E. Ginter (reedition)
  • Who’s Black and Why?: A Hidden Chapter from the Eighteenth-Century Invention of Race by Henry Louis Gates and Andrew S. Curran
  • Wordsworth and the Cultivation of Women by Judith W. Page

Scheduled for March 2022

  • Against Better Judgment: Irrational Action and Literary Invention in the Long Eighteenth Century by Thomas Salem Manganaro
  • A House by the River: West Indian Wealth in West Devon: Money, Sex and Power over Three Centuries by Malcolm Cross
  • Armies and Enemies of Napoleon, 1789-1815: Proceedings of the 2021 Helion and Company ‘From Reason to Revolution’ Conference by Robert Griffith, Andrew Bamford
  • British Women Satirists in the Long Eighteenth Century: The Politics of Gender, Lampoonery, and Literary Caricature by Amanda Hiner and Elizabeth Tasker Davis
  • Charles Macklin and the Theatres of London: 11 (Eighteenth Century Worlds) by Ian Newman and David O’Shaughnessy
  • Chiswick House Gardens: 300 years of creation and re-creation by David Jacques
  • Denmark Vesey’s Bible: The Thwarted Revolt That Put Slavery and Scripture on Trial by Jeremy Schipper
  • Domestic Space in Britain, 1750-1840: Materiality, Sociability and Emotion (Material Culture of Art and Design) by Freya Gowrley
  • Finding Order in Diversity: Religious Toleration in the Habsburg Empire, 1792–1848 (Central European Studies) by Scott Berg
  • Fit to Command: British Regimental Leadership in the Revolutionary & Napoleonic Wars (From Reason to Revolution) by Steve Brown
  • From Servant to Savant: Musical Privilege, Property, and the French Revolution by Rebecca Dowd Geoffroy-Schwinden
  • Gambling in Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century by Bob Harris
  • “Genial” Perception: Wordsworth, Coleridge and the Myth of Genius in the Long Eighteenth Century (Clemson University Press: Eighteenth-Century Moments) by William C. Edinger
  • Jane Austen’s Table: Recipes Inspired by the Works of Jane Austen (Literary Cookbooks) by Robert Tuesley Anderson
  • John Keats and Romantic Scotland by Katie Garner and Nicholas Roe
  • J.M.W. Turner Masterpieces of Art by Rosalind Ormiston
  • Lobbying for Equality: Jacques Godard and the Struggle for Jewish Equality during the French Revolution by Gerard Leval
  • Magic, Witchcraft, and Ghosts in the Enlightenment (Routledge Studies in the History of Witchcraft, Demonology and Magic) by Michael R. Lynn
  • Maria Luisa de Borbon (1745-1792): Grossherzogin der Toskana und Kaiserin in ihrer Zeit: Band 22 (Schriftenreihe Der Oesterreichischen Gesellschaft Zur Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts, 22) (German edition) by Renate Zedinger
  • Metternich: Stratege und Visionär (Beck Paperback 6411) (German Edition) by Wolfram Siemann
  • Napoleons Clan (German edition) by Ralf G. Jahn
  • On the Trail of Robert Burns by John Cairney
  • Outlander and the Real Jacobites: Scotland’s Fight for Freedom by Shona Kinsella
  • Secrets and Scandals in Regency Britain: Sex, Drugs and Proxy Rule by Violet Fenn
  • The Grand Tour (Shire Library) by Mike Rendell
  • The Habsburg Monarchy as a Fiscal-Military State: Contours and Perspectives 1648-1815 (Proceedings of the British Academy) by William D. Godsey and Petr Maťa
  • The Late Years of Benedict Arnold: Fugitive, Smuggler, Mercenary, 1780-1801 by Jane Merrill
  • The Ornamental Wilderness in the English Garden by James Bartos
  • Wanstead House: East London’s Lost Palace by Hannah Armstrong
  • Wellington’s American General: The Oldest Serving Soldier in the British Army by Nicholas Fogg

Scheduled for February 2022

  • A Spark of Revolution: William Small, Thomas Jefferson and James Watt: the Curious Connection Between the American Revolution and the Industrial Revolution by Martin Clagett
  • Bought and Sold: Slavery, Scotland and Jamaica: Slavery, Scotland and Jamacia by Kate Phillips
  • British Romanticism and Peace by John Bugg
  • Cornwallis: Soldier and Statesman in a Revolutionary World by Richard Middleton
  • Dartmouth and the World: Religion and Political Economy circa 1769 by Kristen Beales, Henry C. Clark, Jack A. Goldstone, Emma Griffin, J. Patrick Mullins, Steve Pincus, Ivy Schweitzer, Mark Valeri, ET Thompson
  • Frans Naerebout (1748-1818) en het Vlissingen van zijn tijd: Loods en burger van een stad in verval (Dutch edition) by Dirk Kolff
  • From Ushant to Gibraltar: The Channel Fleet 1778-1783 (From Reason to Revolution) by Quintin Barry
  • Gender, Religion, and Radicalism in the Long Eighteenth Century: The ‘Ingenious Quaker’ and Her Connections by Judith Jennings
  • Great Irish Households: Inventories from the Long Eighteenth Century by Toby Barnard, Tessa Murdoch, John Adamson, Rebecca Campion, Jessica Cunningham, Alec Cobbe, Edmund Joyce, Leslie Fitzpatrick
  • Hume and the Demands of Philosophy: Science, Skepticism, and Moderation by Nathan I. Sasser
  • In the True Blue’s Wake: Slavery and Freedom among the Families of Smithfield Plantation (The American South Series) by Daniel B. Thorp
  • Jacques Louis David – Radical Draftsman by Perrin Stein, Daniella Berman, Pilippe Bordes, Mehdi Korchane, Louis–Antoine Prat
  • Jane Austen’s Easter by Holly Merry
  • Jena 1800: The Republic of Free Spirits by Peter Neumann
  • John Constable: A Portrait by James Hamilton
  • Living as an Author in the Romantic Period (Palgrave Studies in the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Cultures of Print) by Matthew Sangster
  • Media Critique in the Age of Gillray: Scratches, Scraps, and Spectres by Joseph Monteyne
  • No Want of Courage: The British Army in Flanders, 1793-1795 (From Reason to Revolution) by R. N. W. Thomas
  • Passion de la Vendée (French edition) by Jean-Paul Argouarc´h and Rémi Fontaine
  • Patriot vs Loyalist: American Revolution 1775–83 by Si Sheppard, Adam Hook
  • Principles and Agents: The British Slave Trade and Its Abolition by David Richardson
  • Promised Lands: The British and the Ottoman Middle by Jonathan Parry
  • Salamanca Campaign 1812 (Peninsular War Battlefield Companion) by Saunders Tim
  • Secrets and Scandals in Regency Britain: Sex, Drugs and Proxy Rule by Violet Fenn
  • The Arctic Whaling Journals of William Scoresby the Younger/ Volume II / The Voyages of 1814, 1815 and 1816 (Hakluyt Society, Third Series) by William Scoresby, C. Ian Jackson
  • The Battle Against Slavery: The Untold Story of How a Group of Yorkshire Radicals Began the War to End the Slave Trade by Paul L Dawson
  • The Black Joke: The True Story of One British Ship’s Battle Against the Slave Trade by A. E. Rooks
  • The Body and the French Revolution: Sex, Class and Political Culture: 5 (Routledge Library Editions: Revolution) by Dorinda Outram
  • The Case of Ireland: Commerce, Empire and the European Order, 1750–1848 (Ideas in Context Book 138) by James Stafford
  • The Cause: The American Revolution and Its Discontents, 1773-1783 by Joseph J Elli
  • The Consumer Revolution, 1650–1800: 63 (New Approaches to European History, Series Number 63) by Michael Kwass
  • The East India Company in Persia: Trade and Cultural Exchange in the Eighteenth Century by Peter Good
  • The French Revolution and Napoleon: Crucible of the Modern World by Lynn Hunt and Jack R. Censer
  • The Immeasurable Wilds: Travellers to the Far North of Scotland, 1600 – 1900 by Alastair Mitchell
  • The Pacific Journal of Louis-Antoine de Bougainville, 1767-1768 (Hakluyt Society, Third Series) by Louis-Antoine de Bougainville and John Dunmore
  • These Distinguished Corps: British Grenadier and Light Infantry Battalions in the American Revolution (From Reason to Revolution) by Don N. Hagist
  • The Unofficial Bridgerton Cookbook: From The Viscount’s Mushroom Miniatures and The Royal Wedding Oysters to Debutante Punch and The Duke’s Favorite Gooseberry Pie – 100 Dazzling Recipes Inspired Bridgerton by Lex Taylor

Scheduled for January 2022

  • A Blackmailer at Frogmore: The Adventures of Queen Caroline’s Ghost by James Travers
  • Balchen’s Victory: The Loss and Rediscovery of an Admiral and His Ship by Alan Smith
  • British Enlightenment Theatre: Dramatizing Difference by Bridget Orr
  • Campaign medal & orders of revolutionary & Napoleonic Wars (1792-1815) by Jesús Chapela Rey
  • Carrying All before Her: Celebrity Pregnancy and the London Stage, 1689-1800 (Performing Celebrity) by Chelsea Phillips
  • Cavalry of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: 1764-1794 by Maciej Trabski
  • Complete Gentlemen: Educational Travel and Family Strategy, 1650-1750 (British Academy Monographs) by Richard Ansell
  • Dream-Child: A Life of Charles Lamb by Eric G. Wilson
  • Escaping Slavery: A Documentary History of Native American Runaways in British North America by Antonio T. Bly
  • Finding Order in Diversity: Religious Toleration in the Habsburg Empire, 1792–1848 (Central European Studies) by Scott Berg
  • Gambling in Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century by Bob Harris
  • Gelehrter Wissensaustausch zwischen der deutschsprachigen und der franzoesischsprachigen Welt im 18. Jahrhundert (German edition) by Claire Gantet and Markus Meumann
  • Georgian Harlots and Whores: Fame, Fashion & Fortune by Mike Rendell
  • Glasgow’s Sugar Aristocracy in the British-Atlantic World, 1776-1838 (New Historical Perspectives): Scotland and Caribbean Slavery, 1775-1838 by Stephen Mullen
  • Hannah More in Context (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature) by Kerri Andrews and Sue Edney
  • Irony and Earnestness in Eighteenth-Century Literature: Dimensions of Satire and Solemnity by Shane Herron
  • Jane Austen: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Tom Keymer
  • La révolution française: Causes et consequences (French edition) by Thierry Fourchaud
  • Making Ideas Visible in the Eighteenth Century (Studies in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture) by Jennifer Milam, Nicola Parsons (Editors)
  • Napoleón en Oriente (Spanish Edition) by Miguel del Rey
  • Napoleon (Power in Action) by John Bowle
  • Pastimes and Pleasures in the Time of Jane Austen by Sarah Jane Downing
  • Phillis Wheatley as Prophetic Poet: You Must Be Born Again (Rhetoric, Race, and Religion) by Wallis C. Baxter II
  • Popular Disturbance in Scotland 1780–1815 by Kenneth J. Logue
  • Six Essays on Vauxhall Gardens by David E. Coke (Author), Naomi Clifford (Editor), Ross Davies (Foreword) 
  • The Case of Ireland: Commerce, Empire and the European Order, 1750–1848: 138 (Ideas in Context, Series Number 138) by James Stafford
  • The Doctor’s Garden: Medicine, Science, and Horticulture in Britain by Clare Hickman
  • The East India Company in Persia: Trade and Cultural Exchange in the Eighteenth Century by Paul Beaumont and Jayne Holliday
  • The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: Strategies for a World War by Jeremy Black
  • The Georgians: The Deeds and Misdeeds of 18th Century Britain by Penelope J. Corfield
  • The Glory and the Sorrow: A Parisian and His World in the Age of the French Revolution by Timothy Tackett
  • The Irish in the West of Scotland 1797–1848: Trade Unions, Strikes and Political Movements by Martin Mitchell
  • Theories of Ballet in the Age of the Encyclopédie: 2022:01 (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment) by Olivia Sabee
  • The Soho Industrial Buildings: Manufactory, Mint and Foundry (Historic England): Where Boulton, Watt and Murdoch Made History by George Demidowicz
  • The Untold War at Sea: America’s Revolutionary Privateers by Kylie A. Hulbert
  • The War of Jenkins’ Ear: The Forgotten Struggle for North and South America: 1739-1742 by Robert Gaudi
  • White Debt: The Demerara Uprising and Britain’s Legacy of Slavery by Thomas Harding

Scheduled for December 2021

  • Adam Smith and The Wealth of Nations in Spain: A History of Reception, Dissemination, Adaptation and Application, 1777–1840 (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics) by Jesús Astigarraga, Juan Zabalza
  • All Walks of Life: A Journey with The Alan Shimmerman Collection: Meissen Porcelain Figures of the Eighteenth Century by Vanessa Sigalas, Meredith Chilton
  • Anti-Methodism and Theological Controversy in Eighteenth-Century England: The Struggle for True Religion (Oxford Theology and Religion Monographs) by Simon Lewis
  • Botanical Entanglements: Women, Natural Science, and the Arts in Eighteenth-Century England by Anna K. Sagal
  • Cameralism and the Enlightenment: Happiness, Governance and Reform in Transnational Perspective (The Enlightenment World) by Ere Nokkala and Nicholas B. Miller
  • Culloden and the ’45 by Jeremy Black
  • Comparative Practices: Literature, Language, and Culture in Britain’s Long Eighteenth Century (Culture & Theory) by Nadine Böhm-Schnitker, Marcus Hartner
  • English Country Houses and Landed Estates (Routledge Revivals) by Heather Clemenso
  • French Revolution: The Basics by Darius von Güttner
  • Gender, Surveillance, and Literature in the Romantic Period: 1780–1830 (Routledge Studies in Surveillance) by Lucy E. Thompson
  • Gentlemen Capitalists: British Imperialism in Southeast Asia 1770-1890 by Anthony Webster
  • Jane Austen, George Eliot and the Reflective Tradition (The Nineteenth Century Series) by Rose Pimentel
  • Marching, Fighting, Dying: Experiences of Soldiers in the Peninsular War by Gareth Glover
  • Music by Subscription: Composers and their Networks in the British Music-Publishing Trade, 1676–1820 (Routledge Research in Music) by Simon D.I. Fleming, Martin Perkins
  • Muße Im 18. Jahrhundert: 21 (Otium) (German edition) by Kerstin Fest
  • Rediscovering Objects from Islamic Lands in Enlightenment Europe (Studies in Art Historiography) by Isabelle Dolezalek, Mattia Guidetti
  • Religion, Enlightenment and Empire: British Interpretations of Hinduism in the Eighteenth Century (Ideas in Context) by Jessica Patterson
  • Resisting the Marriage Plot: Faith and Female Agency in Austen, Brontë, Gaskell, and Wollstonecraft (Studies in Theology and the Arts Series) by Dalene Joy Fisher
  • The Built Environment Transformed: Textile Lancashire during the Industrial Revolution by Geoffrey Timmins
  • The Consumer Revolution, 1650–1800: 63 (New Approaches to European History, Series Number 63) by Michael Kwass
  • The Danish Army of the Napoleonic Wars 1801-1815. Organisation, Uniforms & Equipment: Volume 3: Norwegian Troops and Militia (From Reason to Revolution) by David A. Wilson
  • The Viennese Ballroom in the Age of Beethoven by Erica Buurman
  • The Unsexed Mind and Psychological Androgyny, 1790-1848: Radicalism, Reform and Gender in England by Victoria F. Russell
  • These Distinguished Corps: British Grenadier and Light Infantry Battalions in the American Revolution (From Reason to Revolution) by Don N. Hagist
  • Tracing British West Indian Slavery Laws: A Comparative Analysis of Legal Transplants (Routledge Studies in Comparative Legal History) by Justine K. Collins
  • Trust and Distrust: Corruption in Office in Britain and its Empire, 1600-1850 by Mark Knights
  • Uncontrollable Women: Radicals, Reformers and Revolutionaries by Nan Sloane
  • Weighing Fire: European Lives in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Science by Michael Rand Hoare
  • William Motherwell’s Cultural Politics by Mary Ellen Brown
  • Women in Wartime: Theatrical Representations in the Long Eighteenth Century by Paula R. Backscheider

Scheduled for November 2021

  • A Fire in the Sky: Or, the Fantastical History of James Sadler, as Related by Himself: How the Son of an Oxford Pastry-Cook became the First English Aeronaut by Wendy A.M. Prosser
  • African Americans In The Revolutionary War by Lt. Col. (Ret.) Michael Lee Lanning
  • Anson’s Navy: Building a Fleet for Empire 1744–1763 by Brian Lavery
  • A Scented Palace: The Secret History of Marie Antoinette’s Perfumer by Elizabeth de Feydeau
  • Art, Science, and the Body in Early Romanticism (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism) by Stephanie O’Rourke
  • A Very Fine Regiment: The 47th Foot during the American War of Independence, 1773-1783 (From Reason to Revolution) by Paul Knight
  • Boswell: Citizen of the World, Man of Letters by Irma S. Lustig
  • British Music, Musicians and Institutions, c. 1630-1800: Essays in Honour of Harry Diack Johnstone: 28 by Peter Lynan, Julian Rushton, et al.
  • Cottage Gardens and Gardeners in the East of Scotland, 1750-1914 by Catherine Rice
  • Decimus Burton: Gentleman Architect by Rabbitts and Paul A.
  • Diplomatie aus dem Untergrund: Die merkwürdige Karriere ses Alexander (Maurus) Horn(e) (1762-1820) (German edition) by Claus Oberhauser, Michael Span, et al.
  • Emotions and the Making of Psychiatric Reform in Britain, c. 1770-1820 (Palgrave Studies in the History of Emotions) by Mark Neuendorf
  • François Boucher and the Art of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century France: Artist, Collector and Connoisseur (The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950) by Jessica Priebe
  • French Light Infantry 1784-1815: From the Chasseurs of Louis XVI to Napoleon’s Grande Armée (From Reason to Revolution) by Terry Crowdy
  • Friends of Freedom: The Rise of Social Movements in the Age of Atlantic Revolutions by Micah Alpaugh
  • Genre and Reception in the Gothic Parody: Framing the Subversive Heroine (Routledge Studies in Speculative Fiction) by Kerstin-Anja Münderlein
  • Georgian Newbury by Penelope Stokes
  • Great Irish Households: Inventories from the Long Eighteenth Century by Toby Barnard, Tessa Murdoch, et al.
  • Hastenbeck 1757: The French Army and the Opening Campaign of the Seven Years War (From Reason to Revolution) by Olivier Lapray, Will Raffle
  • How and Why to Do Things with Eighteenth-Century Manuscripts (Elements in Eighteenth-Century Connections) by Michelle Levy and Betty A. Schellenberg
  • How to Read a Dress: A Guide to Changing Fashion from the 16th to the 21st Century by Lydia Edwards
  • Jane Austen and the Buddha: Teachers of Enlightenment by Kathryn Duncan
  • John Gunn: Musician Scholar in Enlightenment Britain by George Kennaway
  • L’abîme: Nantes dans la traite atlantique et l’esclavage colonial 1707-1830 (French edition) by Krystel Gualdé
  • Lame Captains and Left-Handed Admirals: Amputee Officers in Nelson’s Navy (Peculiar Bodies) by Teresa Michals
  • Leibniz and Kant by Brandon C. Look
  • Les amours secretes de Napoleon (French edition) by Frederic Masson
  • Lutzen and Bautzen: Napoleon’s Spring Campaign of 1813 by George Nafziger
  • March to Independence: The Revolutionary War in the Southern Colonies, 1775–1776 (Journal of the American Revolution Books) by Michael Cecere
  • Marie-Antoinette – la légèreté et la constance (French edition) by Hélène Delalex
  • Migration und Integration im Paris des 18. Jahrhunderts: Martin Carlin und die deutschen Ebenisten (German edition) by Miriam Schefzyk
  • Modes of Play in Eighteenth-Century France (Scènes francophones: Studies in French and Francophone Theater) by Fayçal Falaky, Reginald McGinnis, et al
  • More furies than men: The Irish brigade in the service of France 1690-1792 (From Reason to Revolution) by Pierre-Louis Coudray
  • Napoléon face aux souveraines de son temps (French Edition) by Florence de Baudus
  • Napoleonic French Military Uniforms 1798-1814: As Depicted by Horace and Carle Vernet and Eugène Lami (From Reason to Revolution) by Guy Dempsey
  • Policing Suspicion: Proactive Policing in London, 1780-1850 (Routledge SOLON Explorations in Crime and Criminal Justice Histories) by Eleanor Bland
  • Prophet Against Slavery: Benjamin Lay, A Graphic History by David Lester, Marcus Rediker
  • Rebellion, Invasion and Occupation: The British Army in Ireland, 1793-1815 (From Reason to Revolution) by Wayne Stack
  • Queering the Enlightenment: Kinship and gender in eighteenth-century French literature: 2021:11 (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment) by Tracy Rutler
  • Recovering Dorothy: The Hidden Life of Dorothy Wordsworth by Polly Atkin
  • The Military History Geek’s Guide To…The Peninsular War Volume 2: The Battles of Bussaco, Fuentes de Oñoro and Albuera by Christian Parkinson
  • Revolutionary Surgeons: Patriots and Loyalists on the Cutting Edge by Per-Olof Hasselgren
  • Terrorists, Anarchists, and Republicans: The Genevans and the Irish in Time of Revolution by Richard Whatmore
  • The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760-1829 by Christina Morin
  • The Greek Revolution: 1821 and the Making of Modern Europe by Mark Mazower
  • The Invention of International Order: Remaking Europe after Napoleon by Professor Glenda Sluga
  • The Life of Mark Akenside: The Breakthrough to Modernity by Barbara C. Morden
  • The Oxford Handbook of Eighteenth-Century Satire (Oxford Handbooks) by Paddy Bullard
  • The Political Thought of Thomas Spence: Beyond Poverty and Empire (Ideas beyond Borders) by Matilde Cazzola
  • The Soho Industrial Buildings: Manufactory, Mint and Foundry (Historic England): Where Boulton, Watt and Murdoch Made History by George Demidowicz
  • The Trafalgar Chronicle: Dedicated to Naval History in the Nelson Era: New Series 6 by John Rodgaard, Sean Heuvel, et al
  • The Wives of George IV: The Secret Bride and the Scorned Princess by Catherine Curzon
  • Their Infantry and Guns Will Astonish You’: The Army of Hindustan and European Mercenaries in Maratha service 1780-1803 (From Reason to Revolution) by Andy Copestake
  • Thomas White (c. 1736-1811): Redesigning the Northern British Landscape by Deborah Turnbull and Louise Wickham
  • Tokens of Love, Loss and Disrespect 1700-1850 by Sarah Lloyd
  • Travel, Travel Writing, and British Political Economy: “Instructions for Travellers,” circa 1750–1850 (Routledge Research in Travel Writing) by Brian P. Cooper
  • Uncommon Sense: Jeremy Bentham, Queer Aesthetics, and the Politics of Taste by Carrie D. Shanafelt (author)
  • Waterloo: Wellington’s Victory and Napoleon’s Last Campaign by Christopher Hibbert
  • Wellington’s Cavalry and Technical Corps, 1800-1815: Including Artillery by Esposito Gabriele

List compiled by Anna M. Thane, author of the novel
“Von tadellosem Ruf” (
http://amzn.to/2TXvrez)