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History, religion, and culture : British intellectual history 1750-1950

Author: Stefan Collini; Richard Whatmore; Brian Young
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000
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Two volumes containing essays by leading scholars in modern British intellectual history.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Collini; Richard Whatmore; Brian Young
ISBN: 0521626382 9780521626385 0521626390 9780521626392
OCLC Number: 470757048
Notes: Indhold: Historical distance and the historiography of eighteenth-century Britain / Mark Salber Phillips. Gibbon and the primitive church / J. G. A. Pocock. Gibbon's religious characters / David Womersley. "The lust of empire and religious hate": Christianity, history, and India, 1790-1820 / Brian Young. The Victorians and Oliver Cromwell / Blair Worden. religion and politics in the Quarterly Review, 1809-1853 / William Thomas. Ruskin's way: tout à fait comme un oiseau / John Drury. The politics of anatomy and an anatomy of politics c. 1825-1850 / Boyd Hilton. Images of time: from Carlylean Vulcanism to sedimentary gradualism / John Burrow.
"Race" and "nation" in mid-Victorian thought / Peter Mandler. Political thought and national identity in Britain, 1850-1950 / Julia Stapleton
Description: viii, 289 s.
Contents: Preface; General introduction Stefan Collini; Presentation of 'History, Religion, and Culture'; Part I: 1. Historical distance and the historiography of eighteenth-century Britain Mark Phillips; 2. Gibbon and the primitive church J. G. A. Pocock; 3. Gibbon's religious characters David Womersley; Part II: 4. 'The lust of empire and religious hate': Christianity, history, and India 1790-1820 Brian Young; 5. The Victorians and Oliver Cromwell Blair Worden; 6. Religion and politics in the Quarterly Review 1809-53 William Thomas; 7. Ruskin's way: Tout ... fait comme un oiseau John Drury; Part III: 8. The politics of anatomy and an anatomy of politics c.1825-50 Boyd Hilton; 9. Images of time: from Carlylean vulcanism to sedimentary gradualism John Burrow; 10. 'Race' and 'nation' in mid-Victorian thought Peter Mandler; 11. Political thought and national identity 1850-1950 Julia Stapleton; Acknowledgements; Index.
Responsibility: ed. by Stefan Collini, Richard Whatmore, Brian Young

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