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English pasts : essays in culture and history

Author: Stefan Collini
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Collini
ISBN: 0198207794 9780198207795 0198207808 9780198207801
OCLC Number: 40113468
Description: viii, 348 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Writing 'the national history': Trevelyan and after --
French contrasts: from the Panthéon to Poets' corner --
Idealizing England: Élie Halévy and Lewis Namier --
Speaking with authority: the historian as social critic --
Victorian values: from the Clapham sect to the Clapham omnibus --
High mind: John Stuart Mill --
Literary minds: Anthony Trollope and George Eliot --
Young Minds: Charles Darwin and Bertrand Russell --
Moral mind: R.H. Tawney --
Liberal mind: Isaiah Berlin --
Critical minds: Raymond Williams and Richard Hoggart --
Against Prodspeak: 'research' in the humanities --Grievance studies: how not to do cultural criticism --
Company histories: CamU PLC and SocAnth Ltd. --
With friends like these: John Carey and Noel Annan --
Before another tribunal: the idea of the 'non-specialist public'.
Responsibility: Stefan Collini.
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