History: New Books

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History: New Books – Karin Bowie (Series 1: Episode 2) History: New Books

In this instalment of the History podcast, Dr Karin Bowie chats about her new book Public Opinion in Early Modern Scotland, c.1560-1707. Thinking about its broader impact on our understanding of the past and public political engagement, Karin talks protests, petitioning, print, and propaganda. Interview by History editorial intern Dr Laura Doak.  For more by Karin, check out this recent blog post for Cambridge University Press: 'False News? A Closer Look at Early Modern Public Opinion'. As mentioned in the podcast, listeners can also receive a 20% discount off this title by visiting http://www.cambridge.org/9781108843478 and entering the code 'POEMS2020' at the checkout.  Image credit for episode cover: The Humble Petition of Jock of Bread, Scotland (London: 1648). Public Domain.
  1. History: New Books – Karin Bowie (Series 1: Episode 2)
  2. History: New Books – James Michael Yeoman (Series 1: Episode 1)

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