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Strangers Nowhere in the World: The Rise of Cosmopolitanism in Early Modern Europe

A book talk with author MARGARET JACOB, UCLA History, and discussant DAVID HOLLINGER, UC Berkeley History

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Duration: 46:46

Drawing upon sources as various as Inquisition records and spy reports, minutes of scientific societies and the writings of political revolutionaries, Strangers Nowhere in the World reveals a moment in European history when an ideal of cultural openness came to seem strong enough to counter centuries of chauvinism and xenophobia.

For more information about the book or the author, please visit:

http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/14235.html

http://www.history.ucla.edu/people/faculty?lid=99

For more info please contact:
Liana Grancea
310-825-8030
lgrancea@international.ucla.edu

Center for European and Eurasian Studies