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Researches at Southampton disseminate their work through a variety of channels: articles in scholarly journals, collections of essays, websites, articles for newspapers and popular magazines, blogs and by regularly giving talks to academic and non-academic audiences. The book, however, remains the ‘gold standard’: it is in our books that we can most fully explore and explain the significance of our research. Here is a selection of recent books produced by members of the Department of History.

Female Philanthropy in the Interwar

Female Philanthropy in the Interwar

Centring the stories of four remarkable women, this is a study of women’s philanthropy in the interwar years, the nature of philanthropy.

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From Things Lost

From Things Lost

A story of displacement, survival, and an unlikely friendship in the wake of the Holocaust.

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White Fury

White Fury

The story of the struggle over slavery in the British empire.

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See It Shoot It

See It Shoot It

This study uncovers the history of the most important instrument of U.S. counterterrorism today: the armed drone...

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  • Curry, A. (Author), Ambuhl, R. (Author), & Lobanov, A. (Author). (2016). The French army in 1415. Web publication/site

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