Two New Reviews of Warrior Pursuits

Two new reviews of Warrior Pursuits: Noble Culture and Civil Conflict in Early Modern France (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010) have recently been published.

Hamish Scott, Professor of History at the University of Glasgow, reviewed Warrior Pursuits in War in History 19 (July 2012): 401-402. This review is available online at the War in History website or through the EBSCO Academic Search Premier database through most university libraries.

David Parrott, Professor of History at the New College of Oxford University, reviewed the book in French Studies: A Quarterly Review 66 (July 2012): 392-393. This review is available online through the Project Muse database through most university libraries.

Both of these reviews situate Warrior Pursuits in relationship to the historiography of nobles and warfare in early modern Europe.

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