On Savage Shores

Caroline Dodds Pennock

A New Statesman Best Book of the Year 2023. A Waterstones Book of the Year 2023. An Economist Book of the Year. One of Smithsonian Magazine's Ten Best History Books of 2023. A BBC History Magazine Book of the Year 2023. Winner of the Voltaire Medal.

'An untold story of colonial history, both epic and intimate, and a thrilling revelation' Adam Rutherford

'Mind-blowing . . . this is how history should be told' Benjamin Zephaniah

In this groundbreaking new history, Caroline Dodds Pennock recovers the long-marginalised stories of the Indigenous Americans who - as enslaved people, diplomats, explorers, servants and traders - left a profound impact on European civilisation in the 'Age of Discovery'. On Savage Shores is a sweeping account of power and influence in America and Europe - one which could forever change the way we understand our global history.

  • Classification : HISTORY
  • Pub Date : JAN 18, 2024
  • Imprint : Weidenfeld & Nicolson
  • Page Extent : 320
  • Binding : PB
  • ISBN : 9781474616928
  • Price : INR 899

Caroline Dodds Pennock

Caroline Dodds Pennock is a Senior Lecturer in International History at the University of Sheffield and the UK's only Aztec historian. Her first book, BONDS OF BLOOD: GENDER, LIFECYCLE AND SACRIFICE IN AZTEC CULTURE (Palgrave Macmillan) won the Royal Historical Society's Gladstone Prize for 2008. She has appeared on TV programmes for broadcasters including the BBC, the Smithsonian Channel and Netflix, and has acted as a named historical consultant for several TV projects, as well as writing for popular publications including Scientific American, BBC History Magazine, BBC World Histories, BBC Knowledge Magazine and History Today.

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