Seminar Papers - 2008
- Unpacking Historical Writing: The use of Literary Devices in The Town Labourer, 1760-1832 by J. L. and Barbara Hammond
- The William Morris Question: Gifted Artist, Successful Capitalist, Failed Revolutionary
- The Threat of (a French) Revolution in Britain: Causes, Interpretations, and Implications, 1789-1848
- Women and the Industrial Revolution in Britain
- Methodism: Good Orderly Direction or Tool of the "Dark, Satanic Mills?"
- The Worker and the Age of Manufactures, 1750-1850: "'We are gravely told this must be our lot'"
- British Beauty: The Importance of Perspective in Encountering England
- Women of the Mines: Inside and Outside
- The Luddites: Tradition vs. Technology
- Reflections on the Industrial Revolution in Britain: William Blake and J. M. W. Turner
- Ideas As Luxury Goods: A Reflection of Lessons Learned in Nottingham
- Child Labor in the Industrial Revolution
- Invention, Innovation, Industrialization and the Role of the State
- Affects of the Industrial Revolution on Human Nature
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