Macfarlane, Alan (Donald James)
MACFARLANE, Alan (Donald James)
MACFARLANE, Alan (Donald James). British, b. 1941. Genres: History. Career: University of Cambridge, England, senior research fellow in history at King's College, 1971-74, lecturer, 1975-81, reader in social anthropology, 1981-91. Has lectured at other academic institutions, including Liverpool University, London School of Economics, and University of Lancaster. Publications: Witchcraft in Tudor and Stuart England: A Regional and Comparative Study, 1970; The Family Life of Ralph Josselin, A Seventeenth-Century Clergyman: An Essay in Historical Anthropology, 1970; (ed.) The Diary of Ralph Josselin, 1616-1683, 1976; Resources and Population: A Study of the Gurungs of Nepal, 1976; (with S. Harrison and C. Jardine) Reconstructing Historical Communities, 1977; The Origins of English Individualism: The Family, Property, and Social Transition, 1978; (with Harrison) The Justice and the Mare's Ale: Law and Disorder in Seventeenth-Century England, 1981; A Guide to English Historical Records, 1983; Marriage and Love in England: Modes of Reproduction, 1300-1840, 1986; The Culture of Capitalism (essays), 1987; (with I. Gurung) Gurungs of Nepal: A Guide to the Gurungs, 1990; The Savage Wars of Peace: England, Japan, and the Malthusian Trap, 1997; The Riddle of the Modern World, 2000; The Making of the Modern World, 2002; (with G. Martin) The Glass Bathysaphe: How Glass Changed the World, 2002. Address: King's College, Cambridge CB2 1ST, England.