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Dury and Andrews' Map of Hertfordshire
Society and Landscape in the Eighteenth Century
Andrew Dury and John Andrews, two London map-makers, published their map of Hertfordshire in 1766. After examining the context of the map’s production and its place in cartographic history, this illustrated study describes the creation of a digital version and how it can cast new light on aspects of the county’s landscape, society and industry. The accompanying DVD contains a collection of maps and other materials illustrating issues raised in the book.
Patriotism, Power and Print
National Consciousness in Tudor England
In this masterly study of national consciousness, language and literature in late Tudor England, Brennan explores patriotism and discusses its nature, the different modes of cultural expression it finds, and analyses its use in political and relgious propaganda. She draws a distinction between nationalism and patriotism and sets out to examine the connotations of patriotism in its own right, rather than as nascent nationalism.