Europe: Privilege and Protest: 1730-1789, 2nd Edition
February 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: Traditional Structures and the Forces of Change.
1. Social and Economic Development.
2. The World of Privilege.
3. The World of Ideas.
4. Armies, Interests and Conflicts.
Part II: Central and Eastern Europe.
5. The Holy Roman Empire.
6. The Habsburg Lands.
Part III: The Western World.
9. Vanished Supremacies: The Iberian Peninsula.
10. The United Provinces.
11. France of the Old Regime.
12. The Old Order Changeth.
- Provides a fascinating account of an important and
widely-studied period in modern European history.
- Highlights significant events that were the prelude to
understanding the revolutionary period that followed.
- New edition is updated and includes a fully revised bibliography.
"It is an integrated view set out by a historian of great
learning, acumen and distinction. No one teaching or learning about
the eighteenth century should neglect it." London Review of
Review of the Second Edition:
"Hufton follows a historiographic paradigm which results in her writing a truly European history, rather than a mere addition of national histories. Similarly, the complex interpretation of the interactions between political, social, and economic factors in each of the chapters creates a panoramic view on the European state(s) of the eighteenth century which is an intellectual pleasure to explore for students and experienced scholars alike." H-Net Reviews