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Stalin and the Fate of Europe

The Postwar Struggle for Sovereignty
Norman M. Naimark
★ A Financial Times Best History Book of the Year

“Exemplifies the best qualities of Cold War history-writing.

It is also…a book for our time.”
—Lewis H. Siegelbaum, Times Literary Supplement

“Naimark has few peers as a scholar of Stalinism, the Soviet

Union and 20th-century Europe, and his latest work Stalin and
the Fate of Europe is one of his most original and interesting.”
—Financial Times
Belknap Press 14 photos, 8 maps 368 pp.
$29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674238770

Bitter Reckoning
Israel Tries Holocaust Survivors as Nazi Collaborators
Dan Porat
“Porat’s writing is smooth and deliberate, delivered with integrity.
His analysis of prosecutor and judicial motivations, especially within
the trial records kept by judges and justices, is masterful.”
—Charles S. Weinblatt, New York Journal of Books
Belknap Press 14 photos 288 pp.
$29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674988149


A Specter Haunting Europe

The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism
Paul Hanebrink
★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year

“Magisterial…Hanebrink’s book covers this dark history with

insight and skill…The end result is a major intervention into
our understanding of 20th-century Europe and the lessons
we ought to take away from its history.”
—James Chappel, The Nation
February 2020 Belknap Press 368 pp.
$19.95 • £15.95 paper 9780674244764

Cover art: Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix, Study for Liberty Leading
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Pandora’s Box
A History of the First World War
Jörn Leonhard
Translated by Patrick Camiller

★ Norman B. Tomlinson, Jr., Prize

★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year

“[A] monumental history.”

—Richard J. Evans, Times Literary Supplement
May 2020 Belknap Press 61 photos, 14 maps, 5 graphs, 6 tables 1104 pp.
$24.95 • £19.95 paper 9780674244801

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Strategist and Visionary
Wolfram Siemann
Translated by Daniel Steuer
“[An] engaging and comprehensive biography…Siemann has greatly
advanced our knowledge of and admiration for [Metternich].”
—Andrew Roberts, New Criterion

“A compelling and humane portrait of one of the most gifted and inter-
esting statesmen of modern times. But this is more than a biography—
it is a window into the heart of Europe’s nineteenth century.”
—Christopher Clark, author of Iron Kingdom
Belknap Press 72 photos, 2 illus., 6 tables 928 pp.
$39.95 • £31.95 cloth 9780674743922


An Unruly History
Annelien de Dijn
In a masterful and surprising reappraisal of more than two thousand
years of thinking about freedom in the West, Annelien de Dijn argues
that we owe our view of freedom not to the liberty lovers of the Age
of Revolution but to the enemies of democracy.

“Ambitious and bold, this book will have an enormous impact on how
we think about the place of freedom in the Western tradition.”
—Samuel Moyn, author of Not Enough
July 2020 29 photos 400 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674988330


Napoleon and de Gaulle

Heroes and History
Patrice Gueniffey
Translated by Steven Rendall
Napoleon and de Gaulle compares two exemplars of political and
military leadership to make the unfashionable case that individuals,
for better and worse, matter in history. Napoleon Bonaparte and
Charles de Gaulle were men of genuine talent and achievement, with
flaws almost as pronounced as their strengths. As many nations
struggle to find their soul in a rapidly changing world, Gueniffey
shows us what a difference an extraordinary leader can make.
May 2020 Belknap Press 400 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674988385


De Gaulle
Julian Jackson
★ Elizabeth Longford Prize for Historical Biography
★ American Library in Paris Book Award
★ A Financial Times Best History Book of the Year

“In crafting the finest one-volume life of de Gaulle in English,

Julian Jackson has come closer than anyone before him to
demystifying this conservative at war with the status quo, for
whom national interests were inseparable from personal honor.”
—Richard Norton Smith, Wall Street Journal
Belknap Press 85 photos, 7 maps 928 pp.
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Island on Fire
The Revolt That Ended Slavery in the British Empire
Tom Zoellner
From a New York Times bestselling author, a gripping account of the
slave rebellion that led to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire.

“Splendid…A highly readable but carefully documented account of

the greatest of all British slave rebellions, the miseries that led to it,
and the momentous changes it wrought.”
—Adam Hochschild, author of King Leopold’s Ghost
May 2020 11 illus., 1 map 368 pp.
$29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674984301

Tacky’s Revolt
The Story of an Atlantic Slave War
Vincent Brown
“[A] revealing history…Readers interested in the era will find
much of value in this exhaustive portrait of the rebellion’s
origins and ramifications.”
—Publishers Weekly

“Brilliant…groundbreaking…Brown’s profound analysis and revolution-

ary vision of the Age of Slave War—from the too-often overlooked
Tacky’s Revolt to the better-known Haitian Revolution—gives us an
original view of the birth of modern freedom in the New World.”
—Cornel West
Belknap Press 24 illus., 12 maps 336 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674737570

The Confounding Island

Jamaica and the Postcolonial Predicament
Orlando Patterson
“An eye-opening volume…Patterson carefully explores the complexity
of the structural machinery behind Jamaica’s dazzling successes and
dismal failures, rather than just chalking these up to simple causes.”
—Carrie Gibson, New York Times Book Review

“Excellent…One thing I like so much about this book is that it tries

to answer actual questions you might have about Jamaica.”
—Tyler Cowen, Marginal Revolution
Belknap Press 14 illus., 8 tables 432 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674988057


Not Enough
Human Rights in an Unequal World
Samuel Moyn
“No one has written with more penetrating skepticism about
the history of human rights than Samuel Moyn…This book,
like the author’s last, is the rare academic study that is sure
to provoke a wider discussion about important political and
economic questions.”
—Adam Kirsch, Wall Street Journal
Belknap Press 1 illus. 296 pp. $17.95 • £14.95 paper 9780674241398

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The Thirty-Year Genocide

Turkey’s Destruction of Its Christian Minorities, 1894–1924
Benny Morris • Dror Ze’evi
 Financial Times Best Book of History
 Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year
 World Book of the Year

“A landmark contribution…The authors document, in painstaking detail

and with constant reference to their key arguments, the centrally
planned murder and deportation of Christians throughout Turkey.”
—Mardean Isaac, Times Literary Supplement

“Offers a subtle diagnosis of why, at particular moments over

a span of three decades, Ottoman rulers and their successors
unleashed torrents of suffering.”
—Bruce Clark, New York Times Book Review
30 photos, 7 maps, 2 tables 672 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674916456

The History of a Word
Daniel B. Schwartz
★ A Times Higher Education Recommended Summer Read

“[An] authoritative survey of how this most malleable of words

was understood in different ways over the centuries… [A] rich
and nuanced work.”
—Howard Cooper, Jewish Chronicle
20 photos, 2 illus. 288 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674737532

Blood Libel
On the Trail of an Antisemitic Myth
Magda Teter
A landmark history of the antisemitic blood libel myth—how it
took root in Europe, spread with the invention of the printing
press, and persists today.

“An intellectual tour de force. This authoritative study of the

blood libel and its ramifications in early modern Europe will
become a classic.”
—Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia, author of Trent 1475
33 photos, 1 map 560 pp. $39.95 • £31.95 cloth 9780674240933


The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism
Quinn Slobodian
★ George Louis Beer Prize
★ Shortlist, Wallace K. Ferguson Prize
★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year
★ A Marginal Revolution Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year

“Slobodian makes a groundbreaking contribution…

Globalists is intellectual history at its best.”
—Stephen Wertheim, Foreign Affairs
April 2020 3 photos, 2 illus., 2 graphs 400 pp.
$19.95 • £15.95 paper 9780674244849

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The Tragedy of Empire

From Constantine to the Destruction of Roman Italy
Michael Kulikowski
“A tour de force history of the inner workings of the late Roman
Empire. Kulikowski tells a vivid, compelling story of the humans
who fought to control the machinery of the empire until the entire
system could no longer hold.”
—Kyle Harper, author of The Fate of Rome
History of the Ancient World Belknap Press
25 color photos, 14 maps 424 pp.
$35.00 • North America only cloth 9780674660137


The Triumph of Empire

The Roman World from Hadrian to Constantine
Michael Kulikowski
★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year

“A genuinely bracing and innovative history of Rome.”

—Times Literary Supplement

“This was an era of great change, and Kulikowski is an excellent

and insightful guide.”
—Adrian Goldsworthy, Wall Street Journal
History of the Ancient World 35 color illus., 14 maps 400 pp.
$24.95 • North America only paper 9780674241381

The Origin of Empire

Rome from the Republic to Hadrian
David Potter
“A vigorous experience even for readers who are already
very familiar with the men, women, scandals, and wars the
book considers. As a portrait of an old and vast representative
republic deteriorating into an autocracy, Potter’s book is easily,
even alarmingly, lucid.”
—Steve Donoghue, Open Letters Review
History of the Ancient World 25 illus., 16-page color insert 448 pp.
$35.00 • North America only cloth 9780674659674


Not All Dead White Men

Classics and Misogyny in the Digital Age
Donna Zuckerberg
★ A Seminary Co-op Notable Book of the Year
★ A Times Higher Education Book of the Week
“The book is an achievement.”
—Times Literary Supplement

“Explores how ideas about Ancient Greece and Rome

are used and misused by antifeminist thinkers today.”
288 pp. $16.95 • £13.95 paper 9780674241411

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The Perfect Fascist

A Story of Love, Power, and Morality in Mussolini’s Italy
Victoria de Grazia
The Perfect Fascist pivots from the intimate story of an inconvenient
marriage—brilliantly reconstructed through family letters and court
records—to a riveting account of Mussolini’s rise and fall. It invites
us to see in the vain, loyal, lecherous, and impetuous Attilio Teruzzi,
a decorated military officer with few scruples and a penchant for
parades, an exemplar of fascism’s New Man. De Grazia’s landmark
history captures the seductive appeal of fascism and shows us how,
in his moral pieties and intimate betrayals, his violence and opportun-
ism, Teruzzi is a forefather of the illiberal politicians of today.
July 2020 Belknap Press 37 photos, 6 maps 496 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674986398


Dante’s Bones
How a Poet Invented Italy
Guy P. Raffa
“Dante’s Bones is at once a vivid retelling of Dante’s fortunes
in the centuries following his death and an important work of
historical scholarship. Guy Raffa’s deft prose illuminates the
enduring contest over the great poet’s mortal remains, providing
a remarkable instance—by turns comical, deadly serious, and
always captivating—of the appropriation of literary genius for
political and cultural purposes.”
—Albert Ascoli, President of the Dante Society of America
May 2020 Belknap Press 46 photos 384 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674980839

Catherine & Diderot

The Empress, the Philosopher, and the Fate of the Enlightenment
Robert Zaretsky
“A wonderfully opinionated and erudite evaluation of the whole of
Diderot’s career, of the Enlightenment, and of Russian culture.”
—Adam Gopnik, New Yorker

“Zaretsky is a great storyteller…and he has chosen to tell a story

that still astonishes.”
—Lynn Hunt, New York Review of Books
272 pp. $27.95 • £22.95 cloth 9780674737907


Njinga of Angola
Africa’s Warrior Queen
Linda M. Heywood
★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year
★A Time “6 Queens You Should Know About for
Women’s History Month” Selection

“Heywood preserves all of the complexity of Njinga and her

politics in a book that provides the most complete and
foundational history of Queen Njinga.”
—Delinda J. Collier, Times Literary Supplement
14 photos, 5 maps 320 pp. $16.95 • £13.95 paper 9780674237445

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Permanent Revolution
The Reformation and the Illiberal Roots of Liberalism
James Simpson
★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year

“As Simpson’s book ably demonstrates, by the end of the

17th century mainstream Protestantism had indeed become
one of the champions of liberalism and a root of modernity…
A major achievement.”
—Jonathan Wright, Catholic Herald
Belknap Press 1 table 464 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674987135

Virtue Politics
Soulcraft and Statecraft in Renaissance Italy
James Hankins
“Hankins…painstakingly demonstrates that the greatest virtue in
civic life—and the ultimate factor determining political stability—
has always been principled moderation, whatever the epoch.”
—Robert D. Kaplan, Wall Street Journal

“A worthy contribution to the field of Renaissance studies.”

—Publishers Weekly
Belknap Press 768 pp. $45.00 • £36.95 cloth 9780674237551

The Great Cauldron

A History of Southeastern Europe
Marie-Janine Calic
Translated by Elizabeth Janik
“A work of ambitious chronological and thematic scope, taking
the story from Alexander the Great to the present day.”
—Tony Barber, Financial Times

“Informed, comprehensive, and methodical, The Great

Cauldron provides valuable insight into southeastern
Europe and its turbulent past.”
—Iva Glisic, Australian Book Review
41 photos, 7 maps 736 pp. $39.95 • £28.95 cloth 9780674983922


A Historical Atlas
Edited by Alec Ryrie
With over two billion practicing believers today, Christianity
has taken root in almost all parts of the globe. Its impact on
Europe and the Americas in particular has been fundamental.
Through more than 100 beautiful color maps and illustrations,
this book traces the dramatic story of Christianity from its origins
to the present day.
April 2020 Belknap Press 129 color maps, 10 illus. 336 pp.
$35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674242357

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Heart of Europe
A History of the Holy Roman Empire
Peter H. Wilson
★ An Economist Best Book of the Year

“[A] remarkable book…Over the course of nearly a thousand pages,

Wilson recounts with unflagging lucidity the history of an empire…His
book amounts to a panoramic vision of pre-modern Europe, expand-
ing outward from the vast and varied landscapes of the Reich.”
—Len Scales, Times Literary Supplement
June 2020 Belknap Press 10 color illus., 10 photos, 20 illus. 1008 pp.
$24.95 • United States and its dependencies only paper 9780674244863


Collecting the World

Hans Sloane and the Origins of the British Museum
James Delbourgo
★ Annibel Jenkins Biography Prize
★L eo Gershoy Award
★ Louis Gottschalk Prize

“A timely and a necessary book…This is a superb biography—humane,

judicious and as passionately curious as Sloane himself—and a model
of how to write a history of collecting.”
—Arnold Hunt, Times Literary Supplement
Belknap Press 42 color photos, 27 photos, 3 maps 544 pp.
$18.95 • Not for sale in UK, British Commonwealth & Europe
(except Canada) paper 9780674237483


A Short History of European Law

The Last Two and a Half Millennia
Tamar Herzog
★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year

“Exceptionally readable, the book presents the various elements of Ro-

man law augmented by German law that thereupon fed into the legal
systems of France, Germany, and England…A marvelous introductory
reflection on the beginning of law in the West that was then exported
to the remainder of the globe through the imperial enterprise.”
—S. R. Silverburg, Choice
296 pp. $18.95 • £15.95 paper 9780674237865


The Invention of the Restaurant

Paris and Modern Gastronomic Culture, With a New Preface
Rebecca L. Spang
Foreword by Adam Gopnik
★ Louis Gottschalk Prize

“An ambitious, thought-changing book…It is rich in weird data, unsung

heroes, and bizarre true stories about the making of familiar things.”
—Adam Gopnik, New Yorker
Harvard Historical Studies 27 photos 352 pp.
$24.95 • £19.95 paper 9780674241770

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The Age of Addiction

How Bad Habits Became Big Business
David T. Courtwright
“[A] compulsively readable book about bad habits becoming
big business…In crisp and playful prose and with plenty of
needed humor, Courtwright has written a fascinating history
of what we like and why we like it, from the first taste of beer
in the ancient Middle East to opioids in West Virginia.”
—Micah Meadowcroft, American Conservative

“A sweeping, ambitious account of the evolution of addiction…

This bold, thought-provoking synthesis will appeal to fans of
‘big history’ in the tradition of Guns, Germs, and Steel.”
—Publishers Weekly
Belknap Press 24 photos 336 pp.
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An Emotional History of Doubt
Alec Ryrie
“[A] beautifully crafted history of early doubt…Unbelievers
covers much ground in a short space with deep erudition
and considerable wit.”
—The Spectator

“Masterly…Ryrie’s deeply researched work is an enlightening ramble

through intellectual history of opposition to Christian belief that will
appeal to any reader interested in religious scholarship.”
—Publishers Weekly
Belknap Press 272 pp. $27.95 • Not for sale in UK,
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The Elusive Quest for the Father
Nara B. Milanich
“Solidly researched and enlightening.”
—Margaret Talbot, New Yorker

“Milanich has a knack for finding a gripping story and telling it

in almost novelistic or journalistic cadences. Surely, this is the
definitive book on the subject of paternity testing.”
—Lennard Davis, Times Higher Education
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The Man Who Built the Bauhaus
Fiona MacCarthy
★ A BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week

“A riveting book about a man who nurtured a vastly ambitious

project through extraordinary times.”
—The Economist
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China and Japan The Shenzhen N E W I N PA P E R Japan Rearmed

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The Emperor FORTHCOMING An Appeal to Democracy in China

Who Never Was Naoroji the Ladies of Jiwei Ci
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Spies and Scholars The Idea of the The Crucible The Muslim
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FORTHCOMING Romanland News from Germany FORTHCOMING

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Century Crusade the Law Ruling the Savage Crime and

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FORTHCOMING African Catholic The Black Kingdom N E W I N PA P E R

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