!!Nuala Zahedieh - Selected Publications
1) The Capital and the Colonies: London & the Atlantic Economy, 1660-1700 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2010); this in one of the very few key books on the early modern English economy in its international framework. It addresses trade and slavery, consumption and industrial growth, and the making of a world city. It  is a very finely written book, presenting deep research and complex arguments clearly and briefly. This might be a quality that we aspire to, but few reach in their historical writing. The book has been reviewed extensively and always positively in the leading learned journals; by key figures. Zahedieh’s book is a major contribution to the field, and established a significant international reputation for the candidate.\\

2) ‘Defying Mercantilism: Illicit Trade, Trust, and the Jamaican Sephardim, 1660-1730’, The Historical Journal (2018). This, in one of Britain’s highest ranked journals, is still forthcoming: I am listing it because I am on the board of the HJ and can testify to the excellence and originality of this piece which touches on one subject she will be treating of in the major study she is currently bringing to completion.\\

3) ‘ Overseas Trade and Empire, 1700-1870’, in R.Floud, J. Humphries and P.Johnson, eds., Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain (Cambridge, 2014), pp. 391-419\\

4) ‘ Monopoly and Free Trade. Changes in the Organisation of the British Slave Trade, 1660-1720’, in Proceedings of the Instituto di Storia Economica, vol. 44 (2014), pp. 651-662.\\

5) ‘Copper, Colonies and the Market for Inventive Activities’, in Economic History Review, vol. 66 (2013), pp. 805-25\\
6) ‘Colonial Merchants and the Country House, c.1680-1830: Sir Gilbert Heathcote of Normanton Hall and others’, in Madge Dresser and Andrew Hann, eds., Slavery and the British Country House (English Heritage Publications, 2013, pp. 69-97, 163-5.\\

The selected the book and the five articles cited above give an indication of the range as well as the quality of the work of Professor Zahedieh.