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Empire and Nation: The American Revolution in the Atlantic World (Anglo-America in the Transatlantic World) Hardcover – January 11, 2005


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Editorial Reviews

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The many interesting essays in this volume together constitute a valuable scholarly contribution.

(Eric Hinderaker Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History)

Taken together, these essays whet the reader's appetite for more.

(Colin Bonwick Journal of American History)

Exciting new collection.

(Peter A. Coclanis New West Indian Guide)

A stout, wide-ranging and well-produced volume which includes many useful contributions and testifies to ways in which the American Revolution has now been accommodated.

(Paul Giles Journal of American Studies)

The essays in this collection are in turns stimulating, provocative, and enlightening. They represent some of the best new work on the political history of the American Revolution and highlight some promising new directions in Atlantic history.

(Michael A. McDonnell Journal of Southern History)

In very thin disguise, this book is a thoroughly deserved festschrift for Johns Hopkins historian and long-time Doktorvater, Jack P. Greene.

(Edward Countryman Journal of the Early Republic)

An excellent collection of specialized monographs on a variety of topics in the reformation of the British Empire following the Seven Years War.

(Wayne F. Anderson Sixteenth Century Journal)

This collection of essays represents an important and rigorously-researched body of scholarship.

(James E. Bradley Parliamentary History)

About the Author

Eliga H. Gould is an associate professor of history at the University of New Hampshire. Peter S. Onuf is the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Professor at the University of Virginia.


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Eliga Gould is an award-winning history professor at the University of New Hampshire, where he specializes in the history of the American Revolution. His books include Among the Powers of the Earth (2012), which was a finalist for the George Washington Book Prize and won the SHEAR Book Prize from the Society for the History of the Early American Republic, and The Persistence of Empire (2000), winner of the Jamestown Prize.

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