Stereotypes and Stereotyping in Early Modern England: Puritans, Papists and Projectors (Politics) (Hardcover)
How and why do stereotypes continue affect public life and shape individual experience? This book tackles this question through case studies drawn from early modern England, a society shaken by divisive identity politics and increasingly commercial media. The book ends by exploring implications these case studies for the twenty-first century.
Koji Yamamoto is an Associate Professor of Business History at the University of Tokyo