The Thirty Years War
Publication Date: June 2005
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Europe in 1618 was riven between Protestants and Catholics, Bourbon and Hapsburg--as well as empires, kingdoms, and countless principalities. After angry Protestants tossed three representatives of the Holy Roman Empire out the window of the royal castle in Prague, world war spread from Bohemia with relentless abandon, drawing powers from Spain to Sweden into a nightmarish world of famine, disease, and seemingly unstoppable destruction.
Anthony Grafton is Henry Putnam University Professor of History at Princeton University.
Paul Kennedy, DPhil, MSc, FBPsS, CPsychol
"Dr Paul Kennedy" is Reader in Clinical Psychology at the University of Oxford, Academic Director on the Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology, and Head of Clinical Psychology at the National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville Hospital. He studied at the University of Ulster and Queens University, Belfast, and has worked in clinical health psychology since graduating from his clinical training in 1984. He has established clinical health psychology services in a number of areas.
Dr Kennedy has published over 70 scientific papers for peer-reviewed journals and has been a contributor to a number of book chapters. He is an active researcher with a broad portfolio of research on adjustment, coping and rehabilitation. He serves on the editorial board of the "Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, Neurorehabilitation and Rehabilitation Psychology," He was elected a Fellow of the British Psychological Society in 1999, served on the Committee of the Division of Health Psychology and was made a Supernumerary Fellow of Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford, in 2001. He is founding Chair of the Multidisciplinary Association of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals.
In 2002 he was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and SocialWorkers. He was also awarded the New South Wales Goverment's Spinal Visiting Fellow in 2005.