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  • By publishing serious works that contribute to a global understanding of human affairs, Yale University Press aids in the discovery and dissemination of light and truth, lux et veritas, which is a central purpose of Yale University.

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About Yale University Press

By publishing serious works that contribute to a global understanding of human affairs, Yale University Press aids in the discovery and dissemination of light and truth, lux et veritas, which is a central purpose of Yale University. The publications of the Press are books and other materials that further scholarly investigation, advance interdisciplinary inquiry, stimulate public debate, educate both within and outside the classroom, and enhance cultural life. In its commitment to increasing the range and vigour of intellectual pursuits within the university and elsewhere, Yale University Press continually extends its horizons to embody university publishing at its best.

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Subscribe to the newsletter here before 30th June 2021 to be entered into the draw. The winner will be selected at random on 1st July 2021 and will be notified by email. The winner will receive one Yale history book free every month for 12 months. The books will be specially selected by our in-house team, and will include new and classic titles. The books are non-transferable. Unfortunately, the competition is not open to customers from North, Central and South America.

The Story of Work

Jan Lucassen

The first truly global history of work, an upbeat assessment from the age of the hunter-gatherer to the present day.

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Of Fear and Strangers

A History of Xenophobia

George Makari

In this fascinating study, George Makari traces the history of xenophobia from its origins to the present day.

Coming soon

The Short History of War

Jeremy Black

A wonderfully engaging, accessible introduction to war, from ancient times to the present and into the future.

Coming soon

Merchants

The Community That Shaped England’s Trade and Empire, 1550-1650

Edmond Smith

A new history of English trade and empire—revealing how a tightly woven community of merchants was the true origin of globalized Britain.

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Seapower States

Maritime Culture, Continental Empires and the Conflict That Made the Modern World

Andrew Lambert

Winner of the sixth annual Gilder Lehrman Prize for Military History

“Utterly brilliant. It goes back to the Phoenicians, the Venetians, Carthaginians and all the way up to the British and Dutch. Beautifully written, a lifetime’s research” — Andrew Roberts, The Guardian

 

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To Begin the World Over Again

How the American Revolution Devastated the Globe

Matthew Lockwood

“A thought-provoking and fascinating account of the American Revolution’s unintended consequences. It is also a delightfully readable book whose enchanting prose almost made this professor late to his own lecture.”—Mark G. Spencer, Times Literary Supplement

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How the Old World Ended

The Anglo-Dutch-American Revolution 1500-1800

Jonathan Scott

“[A] fast-paced, fact-packed and readable account of Europe and its empires from Reformation to Enlightenment”—Richard Whatmore, Times Literary Supplement

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Fake Heritage

Why We Rebuild Monuments

John Darlington

“As John Darlington shows in Fake Heritage, it is not just written history that is malleable; it is also history on the ground, heritage in brick and stone, wood and metal.”—Simon Jenkins, Times Literary Supplement

 

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