Transactions of the Royal Historical Society: Volume 25 (Royal Historical Society Transactions)

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society: Volume 25 (Royal Historical Society Transactions)

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Cambridge University Press, 11/12/2015
EAN 9781107143388, ISBN10: 1107143381

Hardcover, 220 pages, 21.6 x 13.8 x 1.6 cm
Language: English

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society is an annual collection of major articles based on papers given to the society by distinguished invited speakers, and by winners of the Society's prizes. Volume 25 of the sixth series includes the following articles: 'Presidential Address: Educating the Nation: II. Universities', 'Apocalyptic and Eschatological Thought in England around the Year 1000', 'Minding their Own Business: Married Women and Credit in Early Eighteenth-Century London', 'Making History Online', 'Richard Wagner and the German Nation', 'Traitors and the Meaning of Treason in Austria-Hungary's Great War', 'The Uses of Foreigners in Mao-Era China: 'Techniques of Hospitality' and International Image-Building in the People's Republic, 1949–76', ''Cramped and Restricted at Home'? Scottish Separatism at Empire's End', and ''Beamed Directly to the Children': School Broadcasting and Sex Education in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s'.

1. Presidential address
educating the nation II
universities Peter Mandler
2. Apocalyptic and eschatological thought in England around the year 1000 Catherine Cubitt
3. Minding their own business
married women and credit in early eighteenth-century London Alexandra Shepard
4. Making history online Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker
5. Richard Wagner and the German nation Tim Blanning
6. Traitors and the meaning of treason in Austria-Hungary's Great War Mark Cornwall
7. The uses of foreigners in Mao-era China
'techniques of hospitality' and international image-building in the People's Republic, 1949–76 Julia Lovell
8. 'Cramped and restricted at home'? Scottish separatism at Empire's end Jimmi Østergaard Nielsen and Stuart Ward
9. 'Beamed directly to the children'
school broadcasting and sex education in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s Mara Gregory.