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Theodore K. Rabb

Theodore K. Rabb is a historian of the early modern period and is Emeritus Professor of History at Princeton University. He is the son of the late historian, author, and philanthropist, Dr. Oskar K. Rabinowicz, and the father of mystery historical novelist, Jonathan Rabb. He is the brother of Judith K. Tapiero.

Along with Robert I. Rotberg, he is also the co-founder and editor of the Journal of Interdisciplinary History and was also an advisor for the 1993 television series Renaissance.

Bibliography

Books

  • The Thirty Years' War: Problems of Motive, Extent, and Effect (Boston, 1964)
  • Enterprise and Empire: Merchant and Gentry Investment in the Expansion of England, 1575-1630 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1967)
  • The Struggle for Stability in Early Modern Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1975)
  • Renaissance Lives: Portraits of an Age (New York: Pantheon Books, 1993)
  • Jacobean Gentleman: Sir Edwin Sandys, 1561-1629 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998)
  • Emergence of International Business 1200-1800, Volume III: Enterprise and Empire (New York: Taylor & Francis, 1999)
  • The Last Days of the Renaissance & the March to Modernity (New York: Basic Books, 2006)

As editor

With Robert I. Rotberg
  • The Family in History: Interdisciplinary Essays (New York: Harper & Row, 1973)
  • Marriage and Fertility: Studies in Interdisciplinary History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980)
  • Climate and History: Studies in Interdisciplinary History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981)
  • Industrialization and Urbanization: Studies in Interdisciplinary History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981)
  • The New History, the 1980s and Beyond: Studies in Interdisciplinary History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982)
  • Hunger and History: The Impact of Changing Food Production and Consumption Patterns on Society (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985)
  • Population and Economy: Population and History from the Traditional to the Modern World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986)
  • Art and History: Images and Their Meaning (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988)
  • The Origin and Prevention of Major Wars (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989)
with Ezra Suleiman
  • The Making and Unmaking of Democracy: Lessons from History and World Politics (New York: Routledge, 2002)

Journal Articles

In the Journal of Interdisciplinary History

  • 'The Historian and the Climatologist', 10 (1980): 831-837
  • 'Coherence, Synthesis, and Quality in History', 12 (1981): 315-332
  • 'The Development of Quantification in Historical Research', 13 (1983): 591-601
  • 'The Interdisciplinary Nature of American History', 16 (1985): 103-106
  • 'The Evidence of Art: Images and Meaning in History', 17 (1986): 1-6
  • 'History and Religion: Interpretation and Illumination', 23 (1993): 445-451
  • 'The Historian and Art: A New Maturity', 33 (2002): 87-93
  • 'How Italian Was the Renaissance?', 33 (2003): 569-575
  • 'Opera, Musicology, and History', 36 (2006): 321-330
Review Articles
  • 'The Historian and the Art Historian', 4 (1973): 107-117
  • 'The Historian and the Art Historian Revisited', 14 (1984): 647-655
  • 'The Historian and the Art Historian, III: Recent Work on the Seventeenth Century', 20 (1990): 437-444
  • 'Historians and Art Historians: A Lowering of Sights?', 27 (1996): 87-94

In Past & Present

  • 'Religion and the Rise of Modern Science', 31 (1965): 111-126
  • 'Science, Religion and Society in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries', 33 (1966): 148
  • 'Free Trade and the Gentry in the Parliament of 1604', 40 (1968): 165-173
  • 'The Advent of Printing and the Problem of the Renaissance: A Comment', 52 (1971): 135-140
  • 'The Role of the Commons', 92 (1981): 55-78

Other Journals

  • 'The Effects of the Thirty Years' War on the German Economy', The Journal of Modern History, 34 (1962): 40-51
  • 'The Editions of Sir Edwin Sandys's "Relation of the State of Religion"', The Huntington Library Quarterly, 26 (1963): 323-336
  • 'Sir Edwin Sandys and the Parliament of 1604', The American Historical Review, 69 (1964): 646-670
  • 'Investment in English Overseas Enterprise, 1575-1630', The Economic History Review, 19 (1966): 70-81
  • 'On Nominalism and Idealism, Historical and Statistical: A Response to Roger Schofield', The Historical Journal, 15 (1972): 788-793
  • 'The Expansion of Europe and the Spirit of Capitalism', The Historical Journal, 17 (1974): 675-689
  • 'Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance', English Historical Review, 118 (2003): 1384-1385
  • 'Observations - Why Michelangelo Matters: His spiritual World has Vanished, But the Master's Quest for Perfection is Rightly Irresistible', Commentary, 122 (2006): 56
  • 'Those Who Do Not Learn History...', Chronicle of Higher Education, 53 (2007)
Review articles
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