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The scholarship on

is expanding very quickly, much of it

combining economic and cultural history. The work of Maxine Berg has been particularly

important, including

(Oxford:

Oxford University Press, 2005) and Maxine Berg and Elizabeth Eger, eds

(New York: Palgrave,

2003). See also Ann Bermingham and John Brewer, eds.,

(London: Routledge, 1997); Marcia Pointon,

(Oxford: Oxford University

Press, 1998); Woodruff Smith,

(London: Routledge, 2002); Mark Overton, et al.,

(London: Routledge,

2004).

Studies of broad patterns in

include Thorkild Kjærgaard,

(Cambridge: Cambridge

University Press, 1994) and Mauro Ambrosoli,

(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

1997). Changes in

have been analyzed in: Gay L. Gullickson,

(Cambridge: Cambridge Universi

ty Press, 1986); David Sabean,

(Cambridge: Cambridge

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