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Barthle and Jockle on Cromwell David M. The Upstalsboom The Heraldic Device of The Seal of the United Estates An Upstalsboom Postcard James D. Debts of the States of Holland, — Map of Norden in Valdemar Atterdags Descendents Oldenburg Genealogy Thomas A. Brady and Chickering founded the monograph series, Studies in German Histories. He moved to the University of California at Berkeley in A consummate scholar, he is also known as a devoted teacher and mentor, a fact acknowledged by the American Historical Association, which awarded him the Nancy Lyman Roelker Mentorship Award in January That same year, nearly one hundred students, colleagues, and friends came to Berkeley for a symposium held in his honor.
Many of the contributions to this volume are fruit of that gathering. Tracy, personal correspondence in connection with the Roelker Prize, 30 January Few scholars of early modern Germany in North America are untouched by the Bradys, and the same may be said of many, young and mature alike, in Europe. Although to many he is closely associated with detailed archival research and the social history that has dominated the study of Early Modern Europe in his generation, it is hard to miss his preoccupation with the grand transformations of society and culture between the medieval and modern periods.