Browsing by Subject "history"

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  • Sills-Jones, Dafydd (2016-03)
    This article seeks to examine the notion of a ‘history boom’ on UK television (TV) during the second half of the 1990s and 2000s. It does this by sampling the UK TV schedule between 1982 and 2012, presenting material from ...
  • Thomas, Sarah Kate (2014)
    Analyses within celebrity studies of the increasing use of Twitter as an effective tool of communication by stars and their fans emphasise shifts in the parameters of stardom. The convergence, connection and the potential ...
  • Taylor, Lucy (2004-04)
    This article explores the development of political relationships between people and politicians since around 1820 in Latin America. In particular, it develops the idea of client‐ship as a form of political agency and ...
  • Taylor, Lucy (2004-04)
    This article explores the development of political relationships between people and politicians since around 1820 in Latin America. In particular, it develops the idea of client‐ship as a form of political agency and ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2011-02)
    The purpose of this article is threefold: to give an account of the origins and development of the English School as a historically constituted entity; to distil from the writings of some of its early figures the English ...
  • Stullerova, Kamila (2014)
    Judith Shklar’s dictum, ‘the worst evil of cruelty’, is well known. What this means for her political theory and how such theory is construed are rarely explored. This article maintains that Shklar’s turn towards ...
  • Merriman, Peter (2016-03-08)
    In this final report on mobilities, I discuss research published between late 2014 and early 2016, focussing upon three key themes. I examine how recent work on medical bodies and race advances long-standing concerns with ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2008-12)
    One of the central concerns of International Relations (IR), as well as International History (IH), is to explain how a given event came to occur. However, the importance and effectiveness of narrative as explanation is ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2008-12)
    One of the central concerns of International Relations (IR), as well as International History (IH), is to explain how a given event came to occur. However, the importance and effectiveness of narrative as explanation is ...
  • Merriman, P. (2013-05-07)
    Over the past, few years a broad range of scholars have been emphasising the vital importance of methodological innovation and diversification to mobilities research. Whilst welcoming this pluralisation of research methods, ...
  • Merriman, P. (2014-05-07)
    Over the past, few years a broad range of scholars have been emphasising the vital importance of methodological innovation and diversification to mobilities research. Whilst welcoming this pluralisation of research methods, ...
  • Thompson, Steven (University of Wales AberystwythHistory and Welsh History, 2001)
    This thesis examines patterns of mortality in interwar south Wales and assesses the relative influences of various social factors in determining those patterns. Chapters on income, expenditure, housing, environment, diet ...
  • Middleton, Peter; Woods, Tim (2001-01-01)
    James Cameron's film, Titanic , depended on both a recent spate of novels and short stories about the ship, and an earlier diverse archive. We argue that a case study of the cultural memory of the Titanic , alongside the ...