Religion and Society in Early Modern England is a thorough sourcebook covering interplay between religion, politics, society, and popular culture in the Tudor and Stuart periods.
It covers the crucial topics of the Reformation through narratives, reports, literary works, orthodox and unorthodox religious writing, institutional church documents, and parliamentary proceedings. Helpful introductions put each of the sources in context and make this an accessible student text.
The term "geography" receives a broad treatment in this review of Ohio's physical, cultural, urban, and economic aspects. Twenty-one scholars trace Ohio's changing landscape from predominantly agricultural to its flowering as a manufacturing center in the 1950s, and the impact which industry's erosion has had on its present day urban centers. The book also provides a more traditional examination of the region's landforms, climate, soils, and resources, and particular discussions of agriculture, transportation, recreation, and tourism. Includes illustrations and maps. A revised edition originally published as The Changing Heartland: A Geography of Ohio. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)