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Category: 18th-19th Century

The Importance of Being Eccentric: The Rise and Fall of a Forgotten Victorian Value

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Forced Acquiescence? British Far Eastern Policy and the Rise of Japanese Imperialism in East Asia and the Pacific, 1894-1923

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Constructing Copyright: The tensions of ‘intellectual’ property in the eighteenth century

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Tocqueville’s American Women

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‘Uganda’s children are being sodomised left and right!’: change and continuity in perceptions of homosexuality in Uganda, 1876 – 2014

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From Obscurity to Notoriety: The Evolution of the Nabob Stereotype in Eighteenth-Century Britain

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‘In Arms, in Arts’: British Military Heroes in British Military Painting, 1759-1815

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Celebrities of an Age of War, 1739-1815

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Hair, Society and the Self in Early Modern Venice

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‘The golden age of the backbencher?’ The ‘Independent’ Member and Party, 1846-1867

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