British Isles

Jonathan Potter, “J. M. W. Turner’s ‘Dissolving Views’” (08/2018)

Shane McCorristine, “Balloons, Dreams, and the Spectral Arctic after the Franklin Expedition” (07/2018)

Simon Brown, “A ‘Usefull (Indeed Most Usefull) Thing’ and the Fortunes of a Scholarly Petitioner in Interregnum England” (12/2017)

Brendan Mackie, “Betting and Belonging at the Candlewick Ward Club” (10/2017)

Blake Smith, “The Emotional Life of Laissez-Faire: Emulation in Eighteenth-Century Economic Thought” (10/2017)

Jacob Romanow, “Melodrama in Disguise: The Case of the Victorian Novel” (09/2017)

Burkhard Conrad O.P.L., “’Doctrine according to need’: John Henry Newman and the History of Ideas” (09/2017)

Laurel Waycott, “Evolution Made Easy: Henry Balfour, Pitt Rivers, and the Evolution of Art” (04/2017)

Joshua Bennett, “Stefan Collini’s Ford Lectures: ‘History in English criticism, 1919-1961‘” (03/2017)

Peter Walker, “Shooting the Moon: Martyrdom and Sacred Kingship in the Twenty-First Century” (02/2017)

Emily Rutherford and Jack Purcel, “Brexit for Historians” (09/2016)

Elizabeth Ott, “Reading for Pleasure and Shelf-Satisfaction: The Reading Sheffield Oral History Project” (04/2016)

Emily Rutherford, “Friendship, Idealism, and Federating University Women in the Early Twentieth Century” (02/2016)

Spencer Lenfield, “Why Auden Left: ‘September 1, 1939’ and British Cultural Life” (12/2015)

Peter Walker, “Only Buddhists and Anglicans: Moderation and the Church of England” (10/2015)

Emily Rutherford, “Legacies of British Slave Ownership: Thoughts on British Imperial History and Public Memory” (10/2015)

Emily Rutherford, “Rescuing the Eighteenth-Century Church of England from the Enormous Condescension of Posterity” (05/2015)

Emily Rutherford, “Why Are All the Costume Dramas Edwardian?, or, History and Popular Memory” (02/2015)

Emily Rutherford, “Intellectual ‘Entanglements’ and the Status of Modern British History” (01/2015)