October 2017 was a fantastic month for CREMS publications.
- Karen Harvey's widely used book, History and Material Culture: A Student's Guide to Alternative Sources, is out in a new and updated edition;
- Tara Hamling's new book, A Day at Home in Early Modern England: Material Culture and Domestic Life, 1500-1700, co-authored with Catherine Richardson, provides an unparalleled view of the materiality of daily life;
- and The Reformation of the Decalogue: Religious Identity and the Ten Commandments in England, c. 1485-1625 is Jonathan Willis's outstanding contribution to the Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History.
It's also a double for Tara Hamling and Catherine Richardson, co-editors with David Gaimster of the new Routledge Handbook to Early Modern Material Culture, which also includes contributions from doctoral students in CREMS and a chapter written by CREMS founder Professor Richard Cust.