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In December 2020 Bloomsbury Academic will publish a new addition to their Cultural History Series, a multi-set Cultural History of the Sea spanning Antiquity to the Modern Age. This follows successful series on Animals, the Human Body, Childhood and Family, Sexuality, Gardens, Women, Food, the Senses, and Dress and Fashion. These sets are marketed as reference volumes for university and other libraries and are helpful go-to starting points for people/students coming at a subject cold.
The Military Revolution in Portugal and its Empire (15th-18th Centuries)
Host institution: CIDEHUS, University of Évora – Portugal
Date: 29th-30th May 2018
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