Seminar Papers - 2010
- Keep Calm and Put the Kettle On:
An Analysis of the Impact of Tea on British Culture during the Industrial Revolution
- An Examination of the Industrial Revolution
Through the Life and Literature of Elizabeth Gaskell
Ewald, Geri-Lynn K.
- Richard Cobden: Victorian Reformer
- The Heart of England: The Pub and the Industrial Revolution
- Another Brick in the Wall: Echoes of the Monitorial System in the UK and U.S.
- Machine-Breaking as a Form of Economic Self-Defense
- And They All Fall Down, Except The Virtuous:
Institutional Failures In Dickens' Little Dorrit
From Reality to Fiction and Back Again
- Two Modernists' View of the Industrial Workers and their Women:
An insider's look with D.H. Lawrence and an Outsider's look with Virginia Woolf
- Photographing Historical Sites for the Interpretations of the Industrial Revolution Seminar in Britain, with a selection of photographs
- The Prophet William Blake
Pokalo, Kathryn E.
- An Economic Critique of the Early Critics of the Industrial Revolution
- Mutability: The Interaction of Past and Present in English Romanticism
- "Arteries of a Revolution":
The Growth of Inland Navigation and Industrial Enterprise
- "A Philosophical Laughing":
Representations of Natural Philosophy in Paintings by Joseph Wright
- The Historical Influence of the Industrial Revolution on British Fashion
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