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Maya Jasanoff was born in 1974. She graduated from Harvard before earning her Masters degree at Cambridge University. Her PhD was completed in Yale. She is now Professor of British History at the University of Virginia. She is widely known to many British historians (William Dalrymple, Linda Colley) for her pioneering work on the study of Empire.

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Liberty's Exiles How the Loss of America Made the British Empire by Maya Jasanoff
Liberty's Exiles How the Loss of America Made the British Empire
Maya Jasanoff
Shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2011. From the prize-winning author of 'Edge of Empire' comes an exhilarating, ambitious, personality-filled book, at once an intimate narrative history and a compelling new account of the making of the modern...
Format: Hardback - Released: 03/02/2011

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