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118 research outcomes, page 6 of 12
  • other research product
    English
    Authors:
    Thomas Green;
    Country: United Kingdom

    A detailed study of the historical, archaeological, literary and linguistic evidence for a post-Roman British kingdom having been based at the former Late Roman provincial capital of Lincoln through the fifth century and into the sixth. It is argued that there is now a ...

  • other research product
    English
    Authors:
    Sarah Crover;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The extensive glossaries accompanying each section of Edmund Spenser's The Shepheardes Calender required explanation, even to Spenser's contemporaries. Including glossaries in non-English texts, such as the works of Virgil, was standard practice, but The Shepheardes Cal...

  • other research product . 2013
    English
    Authors:
    Diane Bergman;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Bernard V. Bothmer left his mark on the world of Egyptology in three of the United States’ great art institutions; the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Brooklyn Museum and the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. He created gallery displays, developed librar...

  • other research product
    English
    Authors:
    Diarmaid MacCulloch;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Most stimulating - for this Anglophone historian, at least - has been the reintegration of religious history into mainstream social and political history generally, and also the heightened sense of an international movement embracing an entire continent and beyond. We n...

  • other research product
    English
    Authors:
    Matthew Johnson;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The advent of conscription in Britain in 1916 was greeted with profound dismay by many in the Liberal party. At Westminster, however, a significant minority of Liberal MPs, who were members of the Liberal War Committee (LWC), were amongst the most enthusiastic advocates...

  • 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 . 2006
    English
    Authors:
    Hannah Smith;
    Country: United Kingdom

    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...

  • other research product . 2012
    English
    Authors:
    David Zeitlyn;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Derrida and Foucault provide key starting points to understanding archives. They see archives as hegemonic, characterizing ways of thought, modes of colonization, and the control of citizens. However, they also make clear that archives can be read subversively. With pat...

  • other research product . 2007
    English
    Authors:
    Sabine Clarke;
    Country: United Kingdom

    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 ...

  • other research product . 2013
    English
    Authors:
    Mark Whittow;
    Country: United Kingdom
118 research outcomes, page 6 of 12