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Unrespectable radicals? : popular politics in the age of reform

Author: Paul A Pickering; Michael T Davis
Publisher: Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2008.
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A festschrift for Iain McCalman, the former director of the Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University, who is a specialist in 18th- and early-19th-century British and European history. The authors have, variously, worked or been taught by him over the past 25 years: all have been inspired by him.
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Unrespectable radicals?.
Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2008
(DLC) 2007012600
Named Person: Iain McCalman; Iain McCalman
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul A Pickering; Michael T Davis
ISBN: 9780754692256 0754692256
OCLC Number: 503446786
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 224 pages)
Contents: History as innovation: the work of Iain McCalman / Paul A. Pickering --
Unrespectable and reluctant radical: Benjamin Franklin as a revolutionary / Jack Fruchtman, Jr. --
Mob Club? The London corresponding society and the politics of civility in the 1790s / Michael T. Davis --
Magician no conjuror: Robert Merry and the political alchemy of the 1790s / Jon Mee --
Theatre of Crim. Con.: Thomas Erskine, adultery and radical politics in the 1790s / Gillian Russell --
Loyalty in an age of conspiracy: the oath-filled Civil War in Ireland 1795-1799 / Michael Durey --
Horrid sympathy / Jonathan Lamb --
Class, gender and British elections, 1794-1818 / Anna Clark --
Military committee and the United Irishmen, 1798-1803 / Ruan O'Donnell --
Radical underworld goes Colonial: P.F. McCallum's travels in Trinidad / James Epstein --
Islam on the romantic period stage: Hyder Ali, Tippoo Saib and beyond the captivity narrative / David Worrall --
'She-champion of impiety': a case study of female radicalism / Christina Parolin --
Betrayal and exile: a forgotten chartist experience / Paul A. Pickering.
Responsibility: edited by Michael T. Davis, Paul A. Pickering.
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'To read this book is to gain a wonderful insight into the breadth and richness of the 'unrespectable' radical culture.' History, the Journal of the Historical Association

 
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