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While recent historical scholarship has embraced the notion of a Scottish diaspora, this article subjects the term and its application to emigration from Scotland in the late-modern period to rigorous analysis, highlighting both its merits and its limitations. To date, research in this...
Although most intellectual historians have left novels to their cultural colleagues, novels often illuminate the prevalent kinds of thought within historical periods. History, like fiction, is a narrative that constructs, reconstructs, and deconstructs meaning and novels, read by more...
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was one of the most prominent pressure groups in nineteenth-century England. This middle-class reform group, inspired by the Christian faith, led the movement to defend animals from mistreatment. It enforced the law using its...
Football during the First World War has been oft-studied in a socio-cultural context. Held as either a symbol of England's sporting approach to war or as evidence of working-class evasion of manly duty, anxiety over England's ability to win wars inspired both praise for and resentment...
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