Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Volume 8: Sixth Series available in Hardcover
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- Cambridge University Press
The Royal Historical Society Transactions offer readers an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Volume 8 of the sixth series takes the theme "identities and empires" as its main focus and includes the Presidential Address on "Britain and the World in the Eighteenth Century: Reshaping the Empire" by Professor P. J. Marshall, "Russia, Imperial and Soviet Identities" by Dominic Lieven, and "Frontiers of the Mind: Conceptions of Community in Colonial Southeast Asia" by A. J. Stockwell.
Table of Contents
Presidential address: Britain and the world in the eighteenth century: reshaping the Empire P. J. Marshall; 1. The Hereford map: its author(s), two scenes and a boarder Valerie I. J. Flint; 2. The meaning of Irish freedomonstitutionalism in the Free State Charles Townshend; 3. The problem of pauper marriage in seventeenth-century England Steve Hindle; 4. The age of uncertainty: Britain in the early-nineteenth century David Eastwood; 5. The widow's mite and other strategies: funding the Catholic Reformation Olwen Hufton; 6. One of us? William Camden and the making of history Patrick Collinson; 7. For reasoned faith or embattled creed? Religion for the people in Early Modern Europe Euan Cameron; 8. Empires and identities Megan Vaughan; 9. Empire and national identity: the case of Scotland John M. MacKenzie; 10. Christians, civilized and Spanish: multiple identities in sixteenth-century Spain M. J. Rodriguez-Salgado; 11. Russia, Imperial and Soviet identities Dominic Lieven; 12. The British Empire and Muslim identity in South Asia Francis Robinson; 13. Am I myself? Identities in Zaire, then and now Wyatt MacGaffey; 14. Identity, enlightenment and political dissent in Late Colonial Spanish America Anthony McFarlane; 15. Frontiers of the mind: conceptions of community in Colonial Southeast Asia A. J. Stockwell; Report for Council of 1997-1998.