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by Alexander Murdoch

  • Author: Alexander Murdoch
  • ISBN: 0333693329
  • ISBN13: 978-0333693322
  • ePub: 1247 kb | FB2: 1260 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (November 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 224
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British History, 1660-1832 (British Studies) ePub download

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British History, 1660-183. Alexander Murdoch's book presents a series of interlocking arguments about why the idea of Britain and British history matters in the 'long eighteenth century', and is, in part, a firm, but always courteous and balanced, response to such criticisms and doubts. It is also a timely volume, given the apparently mounting public pressures for 'nationalist' histories in present-day Scotland.

British History, 1660-1832. National Identity and Local Culture. Author(s): Alexander Murdoch. Publisher: Red Globe Press. Pages: 236. Series: British Studies Series.

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Over the last two decades there has been a steady growth of interest in the study of British history from a genuinely British, as opposed to metropolitan English, perspective. Traditionally British history has been taught as modern English history. This curious dichotomy crept into British historiography during the twentieth century as the result of domestic political tensions and imperial decline. Alexander Murdoch's new book seeks to explain the importance or Irish, Scottish and Welsh history to British history and relate English history to broader British patterns

British History 1660–1832.

British History 1660–1832. Part of the British Studies Series book series (BRSS). This is an interpretative study of the idea of Britain, examining the transformation of a sectarian concept into an imperial ideology forged during a period of sustained warfare in Europe and ever-expanding areas beyond Europe during the second half of the Eighteenth century. It seeks to examine constitutional history from a non-Anglocentric perspective and to relocate it to historiographical developments in Social History and the History of Ideas.

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Trade Paperback (United Kingdom). Alexander Murdoch Is Senior Lecturer in Scottish History AT the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Country of Publication. Can't Hurt Me : Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins (2018, Paperback).

This book is an examination of the cultural and political diversity of Britain and Ireland in the eighteenth century, and the . In the twilight of Unionism, it is possible to see its long shadow over British and imperial history since 1707.

This book is an examination of the cultural and political diversity of Britain and Ireland in the eighteenth century, and the extent to which we can speak of ‘Britain’ as a unified country at all at times of crisis during this period. In the ensuing discussion, it is inevitable that minorities within the British Isles will receive a high degree of attention, but this is relevant not only because. The book studies the crucial time points at which the Union was built up and partly taken. down: 1707, 1800, 1886, 1921, 1974, and 1997 to date.

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