cambridge companions

Fifteen Eighty Four


Tag Archives: cambridge companions

Number of articles per page:

  • 8 Jan 2019
    Courtesy of DAVID HOLT | Flickr
    Anthony Bale

    Is Brexit a ‘crusade’?

    The political and economic agenda of the United Kingdom has been dominated for the last two years by the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum. A few days after the referendum, in which 52% of voters voted to leave the European Union, the Islamic State organisation praised Brexit for destabilising ‘crusader Europe’. ISIS represented a […]

    Read More
  • 8 May 2018
    John Richetti

    Three-hundred years of Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

    2019 marks the tercentenary of Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe (1719), a novel that achieved instant popularity in Britain (Defoe wrote a sequel, The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, which appeared the same year and was published with the first part throughout the century). Quickly translated into French, German, and Dutch, since then Defoe’s book has […]

    Read More
  • 3 Feb 2014
    Adam Sitze

    Mandela’s Mastery of Jurisprudence

    Adam Sitze, a contributor to The Cambridge Companion to Nelson Mandela, reflects on Mandela's unparalleled mastery of Western law.

    Read More
  • 28 Jan 2014
    Daniel Roux

    The Mandela Myth

    Daniel Roux, a contributor to The Cambridge Companion to Nelson Mandela (forthcoming February), reflects on the power and volatility of Mandela's life story.

    Read More
  • 16 Dec 2013

    Holiday Gift Guide: Cambridge Companions

    The Cambridge Companion series has titles for everyone, from the baseball fan to the lover of Paradise Lost. There's something for everyone, and so much to learn—pick one of your favorites today!

    Read More

Number of articles per page: