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  • other research product . 2007
    English
    Authors:
    Sabine Clarke;
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    Accounts of the history of British imperialism that talk of imperial ideology as the product of the beliefs of a class of 'gentlemanly' administrators and capitalists often fail to engage fully with the changed character of colonial policies after 1940. Most notable is ...

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  • other research product . 2006
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    Authors:
    Ruth Clayton Windscheffel;
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  • other research product . 2006
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    Authors:
    Tracey A. Sowerby;
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  • other research product . 2006
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    Authors:
    Hannah Smith;
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    Over the last three decades, the royal or princely court has become an established feature of the historiographical landscape of early modern Europe. The subject of a forest of monographs and theses, the theme of a plethora of university undergraduate courses, it has ev...

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  • other research product . 2005
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    Authors:
    Diarmaid MacCulloch;
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    This essay examines how the international Protestant identity of the English Church came to be in tension with the later assertion of sacramentalist or Catholic values within it. It chronicles how the Reformation in England came to align not with Lutheranism but with Re...

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  • other research product . 2003
    English
    Authors:
    Homa Katouzian; Stephanie Cronin;

    Riza Khan led the Cossacks in the coup d'etat of 1921 when it looked as if the country was doomed to brigandage, civil war and probable disintegration. The period between 1921 and 1926 may be described as a transitional period, a period of interregnum and power struggle...

  • other research product . 2003
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    Authors:
    Homa Katouzian;

    In Iran, both before and after Islam, the ruler was thought to be God’s vicegerent on earth and, unlike Europe, his legitimacy was not dependent on the law of primogeniture. Thus he was not bound by any written or unwritten law or tradition and could take decisions up t...

  • other research product . 2003
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    Authors:
    Rana Mitter;
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  • The period of 1800 to 1950 saw dramatic changes in the economy and standards of living in Britain, resulting in the development of social policy and the creation of the welfare state. Child welfare became a central concern and, by the end of this period, a rigorously de...

  • other research product . 2002
    English
    Authors:
    Peter Frankopan;

    This article considers the conclusions that we can draw about the imperial governors of Dyrrakhion in the reign of the Emperor Alexios I Kommenos. It looks at why Dyrrakhion became increasingly important in the course of the 11th century and, above all, after Alexios' u...

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