By Chad Bryant,Arthur Burns,Paul Readman
Few historians have written approximately jogging, regardless of its noticeable centrality to the human situation. targeting the interval 1800-1914, this e-book examines the practices and meanings of jogging within the context of transformative modernity. It boldly means that as soon as historians position jogging on the middle in their analyses, fascinating new views on subject matters important to the ‘long 19th century’ emerge. Walking Histories, 1800-1914 adopts an international point of view, together with contributions from experts within the heritage and tradition of significant Britain, North the USA, Australia, Russia, East-Central Europe, and South Asia. severely attractive with fresh learn, the contributions inside provide clean insights for educational specialists, whereas ultimate available to pupil readers. This e-book may be crucial interpreting for these drawn to stream, go back and forth, rest, city heritage, and environmental history.