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The Gun, The Ship And The Pen: Warfare, Constitutions And The Making Of The Modern World [Paperback-2022]
Linda Colley
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Category:HistoryWorld HistoryWorld History-Whi
Publisher: Profile Uk | ISBN: 9781846684982 | Pages: 512

If there were a Nobel Prize in History, Colley would be my nominee Jill Lepore, New Yorker One of the most exciting historians of her generation, but also one of the most interesting writers of non-fiction around - William Dalrymple, Guardian Colley takes you on intellectual journeys you wouldn t think to take on your own, and when you arrive you wonder that you never did it before - David Aaronovitch, the Times A global history of remarkable depth, imagination and insight Tony Barber, Financial Times Summer Books Starting not with the United States, but with the Corsican constitution of 1755, The Gun, the Ship, and the Pen moves through every continent, disrupting accepted narratives. Both monarchs and radicals play a role, from Catherine the Great of Russia, with her remarkable Nakaz, to Sierra Leone s James Africanus Horton, to Tunisia s Khayr-al-Din, a creator of the first modern Islamic constitution. Throughout, Colley demonstrates how constitutions evolved in tandem with warfare, and how they have functioned to advance empire as well as promote nations, and worked to exclude as well as liberate. Whether reinterpreting Japan s momentous 1889 constitution, or exploring the significance of the first constitution to enfranchise all adult women on Pitcairn Island in the Pacific in 1838, this is one of the most original global histories in decades.

About the Author

One of our most distinguished historians, Linda Colley is Shelby M.C.Davis 1958 Professor of History at Princeton and a Fellow of the British Academy. She has previously taught at Cambridge, Yale and LSE. Her earlier books include Wolfson Prize-winning Britons: Forging the Nation 1707-1837; Captives: Britain, Empire and the World, 1600-1850 and The Ordeal of Elizabeth Marsh: A Woman in World History. Acts of Union and Disunion was a 15-part BBC Radio 4 series in January 2014.

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