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  2. TEACHING WEEK TWO 317 items
    1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: WHAT MADE BRITAIN MODERN? 6 items
      (Including experiential team building exercise)
      1. This class will build on the points covered in the introductory lecture) the tutor will introduce the module and briefly discuss the concept of modernity.

         

        It also provides the opportunity for students to -

        ·        Meet the group with whom they will be working for the rest of the module.

        ·        Be introduced to working in tutorials and how to prepare for them.

        ·        Ask questions about the module, the module guide, reading, methods of assessment.

        ·        Obtain advice about preparation for the assignments set in this module.

         

        ·        Ascertain what work needs to be done in advance of the first substantive tutorial on Empire

      2. Suggested reading: 5 items
        1. Module Guide for HISU921: The Making of Modern Britain: An Introduction

          HISU921 Primary Source Handbook

          School of History and Politics Academic Skills booklet (ASB)

           

          All these booklets/guides are available to download from Canvas

        2. Distant strangers: how Britain became modern - James Vernon 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Students will also need to familiarise themselves with this text.

        3. Distant strangers: how Britain became modern - James Vernon 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Students will also need to familiarise themselves with this text.

        4. Modern Britain: 1750 to the present - James Vernon 2017

          Book Essential Also consider dipping into this. It is a useful text particularly for the political development theme.

    2. TEACHING WEEK THREE 29 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: EMPIRE 29 items
        1. Relevant Lectures: 1 item
          1. 1. The British Empire 1780 -1914, Dr Phia Steyn

             

            2. The British Empire, 1914 – 2000, Dr Phia Steyn

        2. Primary source: 1 item
          1. John Stuart Mill, On colonies and colonialism, 1848 (see Primary Source Handbook)

        3. Tutorial Question: 1 item
          1. Why did the British Empire grow prior to 1914

        4. Suggested Reading: 26 items
          1. Core: 4 items
            1. The Imperialism of Free Trade - John Gallagher, Ronald Robinson 1953

              Article Essential

            2. 'Continuity and discontinuity in British imperialism 1815-1914', in British imperialism in the 19th century - Paul M. Kennedy

              Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

            3. British imperialism: 1688-2015 - P. J. Cain, A. G. Hopkins 2016 (electronic resource)

              Book Essential Read Chapters 5-8

          2. Further reading: 5 items
            1. Africa and the Victorians: the official mind of imperialism - Ronald Robinson, John Gallagher, Alice Denny 1981

              Book Recommended Read Chapters 1, 4-6, 8, 15

            2. The Scramble for Africa - Muriel Evelyn Chamberlain 2014 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read Chapters 3-6, 8, Conclusion

            3. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume 3: The nineteenth century - A. N. Porter 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read Chapters 2,3,10,11,16

            4. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume III: The nineteenth century - A. N. Porter, William Roger Louis, ebrary, Inc 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read Chapters 2,3,10,11,16

            5. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume 5: Historiography - Robin W. Winks, Alaine M. Low 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read Chapters 11, 18-20

          3. General bibliography 17 items
            1. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume III: The nineteenth century - A. N. Porter, William Roger Louis, ebrary, Inc 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Optional

            2. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume 4: The twentieth century - Judith M. Brown, William Roger Louis 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Optional

            3. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume 4: The twentieth century - Judith M. Brown, William Roger Louis 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Optional

            4. The Oxford history of the British Empire: Volume 5: Historiography - Robin W. Winks, Alaine M. Low 1999 (electronic resource)

              Book Optional

            5. Victorian imperialism - C. C. Eldridge 1978

              Book Optional parts III and V.

            6. The Commonwealth experience - Nicholas Mansergh 1969

              Book Optional

            7. British imperial policy and decolonization, 1938-64: 1938-51 - A. N. Porter, A. J. Stockwell 1987

              Book Optional

            8. British imperial policy and decolonization, 1938-64 - A. N. Porter, A. J. Stockwell 1989

              Book Optional

            9. African decolonization - Henry S. Wilson 1994

              Book Optional

    3. TEACHING WEEK FOUR 66 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT I (Enlightenment or Rural Transformation) 66 items
        1. Lectures: 1 item
          1. 1. The Age of Enlightenment, Dr Alastair Mann

             

            2. Rural Transformation, Dr Tom Turpie

        2. Primary sources: 1 item
          1. 1. The Age of Enlightenment: Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations (1776), esp. 'Of the Division of Labour' and 'Of the Natural Progress of Opulence' 10-17 and 307-11 (See Primary Source Booklet)

            2. Rural Transformation: Sir John Sinclair, An Account of the systems of Husbandry Adopted in the More Improved Districts of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1812) (See Primary Source Handbook)

        3. Tutorial Questions: 1 item
          1. 1. How did Enlightenment ideas promote economic progress in Britain in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries?

             

            2. Why is the Agricultural Revolution of the eighteenth century described as a 'revolution'?

        4. 1. Age of Enlightenment Core Reading: 8 items
          1. Enlightenment and reform in 18th-century Europe - Derek Beales 2005 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential

          2. The Enlightenment, IN: The manufacture of Scottish history - A. Calder

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          3. The Enlightenment and the economy, IN: The origins and nature of the Scottish Enlightenment - R. H. Campbell

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          4. The Scottish Enlightenment 1730-1790: a hotbed of genius - David Daiches, Peter Jones, Jean Jones, Saltire Society 1996

            Book Essential Various articles

          5. A crucible of change: Enlightenment in Britain, IN: The enlightenment world - S. Murdock

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          6. ‘Scottish landowners and economic growth 1650-1850’ - T.C. Smout 1964

            Article Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          7. Scotland’s First Industrial Revolution c.1778-c.1830, IN: Scottish society 1707-1830: beyond Jacobitism, towards industrialisation - C. A. Whatley

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

        5. 1. Age of Enlightenment Further Reading: 15 items
          1. Scotland and France in the Enlightenment - Deidre Dawson, Pierre Morère c2004

            Book Recommended Various articles.

          2. The enlightenment world - Martin Fitzpatrick, Peter Jones, Christa Knellwolf, Iain McCalman 2007

            Book Recommended Read : Chapters 1 and 3

          3. Philosophy and science in the Scottish Enlightenment: essays - Peter Jones c1988

            Book Recommended Various articles

          4. Integration, enlightenment and industrialization: Scotland, 1746-1832 - Bruce Lenman 1992,c1981

            Book Recommended Read : pp. 29-55, 73-99

          5. The British Industrial Revolution - A. E. Musson 1982

            Book Recommended

          6. Scotland in the Age of Improvement: essays in Scottish history in the eighteenth century - N. T. Phillipson, Rosalind Mitchison 1970

            Book Recommended Various articles

          7. The Enlightenment & the book: Scottish authors & their publishers in eighteenth-century Britain, Ireland, & America - Richard B. Sher, American Council of Learned Societies c2006 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          8. Science and medicine in the Scottish enlightenment - Charles W. J. Withers, Paul Wood 2002

            Book Recommended Various articles

        6. 1. Age of Enlightenment General Bibliography: 15 items
          1. The industrial revolution - R. H. Campbell 1967

            Article Optional

          2. The Glasgow Enlightenment - Andrew Hook, Richard B. Sher, Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society 1995

            Book Optional Various articles

          3. The Enlightenment - Roy Porter 1990

            Book Optional

          4. The Enlightenment - Roy Porter 2001

            Book Optional

          5. The Industrial Revolution in Scotland - Christopher A. Whatley, Economic History Society 1997

            Book Optional

        7. 2. Rural Transformation Core Reading: 4 items
          1. Chapter 6 of The history of soils and field systems - S. D. Foster, T. C. Smout

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          2. Chapter 11 of The making of the Scottish countryside - M. L. Parry, T. L. Slater

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          3. Chapter 6 of The changing Scottish landscape, 1500-1800 - I. Whyte, K. Whyte

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

        8. 2. Rural Transformation Further Reading: 7 items
          1. Agriculture and society in seventeenth-century Scotland - Ian Whyte 1979

            Book Recommended Read chapter 4 on Parliament

        9. 2. Rural Transformation General Bibliography: 14 items
          1. The agricultural revolution, 1750-1880 - J. D. Chambers, G. E. Mingay 1966

            Book Optional

          2. The character of English rural society: Earls Colne, 1550-1750 - Henry French, R. W. Hoyle 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          3. The character of English rural society: Earls Colne, 1550-1750 - H. R. French, R. W. Hoyle, ebrary, Inc 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          4. Easter Ross 1750-1850: the double frontier - Ian R. M. Mowat c1981

            Book Optional

          5. Scottish rural society in the sixteenth century - Margaret H. B. Sanderson c1982

            Book Optional

          6. A kindly place?: living in sixteenth-century Scotland - Margaret H. B. Sanderson 2002

            Book Optional

          7. The agrarian history of England and Wales - H. P. R. Finberg, Joan Thirsk, Edith Holt Whetham, H. E. Hallam 1984

            Book Optional

    4. TEACHING WEEK FIVE 50 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT II (Population, Industrialisation, Urbanisation and Transport) 50 items
        1. Relevant Lectures: 1 item
          1. 3. Rural Demography, Dr Tom turpie

            4. Industrialisation and Urbanisation, Dr Jim Smyth

            5. Transport: Waterways to Railways, Dr Catherine Mills

        2. Primary sources: 1 item
          1. 3. Rural Demography: Extract from Thomas Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Population (London, 1798)

            4. Industrial Revolution and Urbanisation: Report on the Sanitary Condition of the labouring Population of Great Britain, by Edwin Chadwick (1842) (See Primary Source Handbook)

             

            5. Transport: C. Hadfield, Priestley's navigable rivers and canals: a reprint of the 'Historical account of the navigable rivers, canals, and railways throughout Great Britain' by Joseph Priestley (1831); with a new introduction by Charles Hadfield (1969). (See Primary Source Handbook)

        3. Tutorial Questions: 1 item
          1. 3. Does population growth preclude a global human utopian society? (Malthus)

            4. How useful is the concept of an 'industrial revolution' in Britain in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries in explaining the changes that occurred during that period?

             

            5. How significant was the growth of transport networks to economic development? 

        4. 3. Rural Demography Core Reading: 4 items
          1. Chapter 5 of Clearance and improvement: land, power and people in Scotland, 1700-1900 - T. M. Devine

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

        5. 3. Rural Demography Further Reading: 4 items
          1. The Scottish poor law 1745-1845 - R. A. Cage 1981

            Book Recommended

          2. Scottish population statistics, including Webster's analysis of population 1755 - Alexander Webster, Thomas Mackay Cooper Cooper of Culross, James Gray Kyd, Scottish History Society 1952

            Book Recommended

          3. Government and social conditions in Scotland 1845-1919 - T. C. Smout, Ian Levitt 1988

            Book Recommended

          4. Popular disturbances in Scotland, 1780-1815 - Kenneth J. Logue 1979

            Book Recommended

        6. 3. Rural Demography General Bibliography 5 items
          1. The Black Death in England - Mark Ormrod, Phillip G. Lindley 2003

            Book Optional

          2. The black death - Philip Ziegler 2008

            Book Optional

        7. 4. Industrialisation and Urbanisation: Core reading: 4 items
          1. Rehabilitating the Industrial Revolution - Maxine Berg, Pat Hudson 1992

            Article Essential

          2. Industry and empire: an economic history of Britain since 1750 - E. J. Hobsbawm 1968

            Book Essential Read Chapter 3

          3. Britain since 1789: a concise history - Martin Pugh 1999

            Book Essential ch. 4. pp. 28-39

          4. The first industrial nation: the economic history of Britain 1700-1914 - Peter Mathias 2013 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Ch.1. ‘Prologue: the industrial revolution – identity and beginning

        8. 4. Industrialisation and Urbanisation Further Reading: 5 items
          1. The Scottish nation 1700-2000 - T. M. Devine 1999

            Book Recommended Read Chapter 8 'Urbanization' pp.152-169; Chapter 15, 'The Scottish City', pp.328-362. Pagination based on 2007 edition (see below) may vary in this text

          2. The Scottish nation 1700-2007 - T. M. Devine 2006

            Book Recommended Read Chapter 8 ‘Urbanization’ pp.152-169; Chapter 15, ‘The Scottish City’, pp.328-62

        9. 4. Industrialisation and Urbanisation General Bibliography: 6 items
          1. The British Industrial Revolution - A. E. Musson 1982

            Book Optional

          2. The Industrial Revolution in Scotland - Christopher A. Whatley, Economic History Society 1997

            Book Optional

        10. 5. Transport: Waterways to Railways 19 items
          1. Transport and economic growth: 6 items
            1. An economic history of transport in Britain - T. C. Barker, Christopher Ivor Savage 2011 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended

            2. The first industrial nation: the economic history of Britain 1700-1914 - Peter Mathias 2013 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read: ‘Inland Transport in the Industrial Revolution’, pp. 97-107

            3. Modern Britain: a social history, 1750-2011 - Edward Royle, J. A. Sharpe, ebrary, Inc 2012 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read: ‘Transportation’ , pp. 8-18

            4. Modern Britain: a social history, 1750-2011 - Edward Royle 2012 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read: ‘Transportation’ , pp. 8-18

            5. A companion to nineteenth-century Britain - Chris Williams, Historical Association (Great Britain) 2004 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read: Chapter 13 W. J. Ashworth, ‘Industry and Transport’ pp. 223-237

          2. Canal history: 6 items
            1. The Forth and Clyde Canal: a history - Thomas James Dowds 2003

              Book Recommended

            2. British canals: an illustrated history - Charles Hadfield 1979

              Book Recommended

            3. The canal age - Charles Hadfield 1968

              Book Recommended

            4. The canal age - Charles Hadfield c[1968

              Book Recommended

            5. Scotland's canals - Nick Haynes (2015.)

              Book Recommended

            6. The canals of Scotland - Jean Lindsay 1968

              Book Recommended

          3. Railway history: 7 items
            1. Railways and the British economy 1830-1914 - T. R. Gourvish, Economic History Society 1980

              Book Recommended

            2. The first industrial nation: the economic history of Britain 1700-1914 - Peter Mathias 2013 (electronic resource)

              Book Recommended Read: Chapter 10 ‘Railways', pp. 252-265

            3. Britain's railways: an industrial history - Harold Pollins 1971

              Book Recommended

            4. The origins of the Scottish railway system 1722-1844 - C. J. A. Robertson c1983

              Book Recommended

    5. TEACHING WEEK SIX 5 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: Vernon’s ‘Society of Strangers argument’ 2 items
        1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: Vernon's 'Society of Strangers argument'

          This seminar deviates from the usual pattern and you will draw on your developing knowledge to date of the traditional drivers and key features of modernity to examine the validity of Vernon's argument and in terms of the Skills Workshops the role of secondary literature in historical study.

        2. Please note that your tutor may set questions or specific activities in class.

      2. Core: 2 items
        1. Distant strangers: how Britain became modern - James Vernon 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential

        2. Distant strangers: how Britain became modern - James Vernon 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential

      3. A useful websites on secondary source material: 1 item
    6. TEACHING WEEK SEVEN 1 item
      1. READING WEEK/MID-SEMESTER BREAK

        (Week beginning 23rd October) 

         

        There will be no lectures or tutorials this week

    7. TEACHING WEEK EIGHT 86 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT (including the rise of Feminism) 86 items
        1. Lectures: 1 item
          1. 1. Politics and Protest in 18th Century Britain, Professor David Bebbington

            2. Parliament and the People 1780-1914, Dr Jim Smyth

            3. Party and Politics in the 20th century, Dr Jim Smyth

            4. The Rise of Feminism, Professor David Bebbington

        2. Primary Sources: 1 item
          1. 1. Politics and Protest in 18th Century Britain: Henry Roberts, 'An Exact Representation of the Burning, Plundering and Destruction of Newgate by the rioters, on the memorable 7th of June 1780' (1781).

            (See http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=3021218&partId=1&searchText=an+exact+representation+of+the+burning,+plundering+and+destruction+of+newgate&images=true&page=1  for useful cataloguing background information on this).

            2. Parliament and the People 1780-1914: Thomas Attwood, introducing the Charter in the House of Commons, 14 June 1839 (See Primary Source Handbook)

            3. Party and Politics in the 20th century: Transcript of Clement Attlee's election speech 5th June 1945

            4. The Rise of Feminism: Extract from Mary Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), Penguin edition (2004), pp. 12, 185, 182 (See Primary Source Handbook)

        3. Seminar questions: 1 item
          1. 1. How much notice did the British authorities take of demonstrations of non-elite political opinion in the eighteenth century?

            2. To what extent was Chartism a militant political movement rather than a protest against economic deprivation?

            3. Why, by the end of the Second World War, had both the Conservative and Labour Parties embraced consensus politics?

            4. How can the rise of feminism in Britain in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries be explained?

             

             

            Please note your tutor may choose which questions you will cover in class.

             

        4. 1. Politics and Protest in Eighteenth-Century Britain Core Reading: 6 items
          1. A companion to eighteenth-century Britain - H. T. Dickinson, Historical Association (Great Britain) 2002 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Read chapter 8

          2. ‘The Urban Opposition to Whig Oligarchy 1720-1760’, in The origins of Anglo-American radicalism - Nicholas Rogers

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

        5. 1. Politics and Protest in Eighteenth-Century Britain Further Reading: 5 items
          1. A companion to eighteenth-century Britain - H. T. Dickinson, Historical Association (Great Britain) 2002 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended Read chapters 1,2,7,9

          2. The Paine Burnings of 1792-1793 - Frank O'Gorman 2006

            Article Recommended

        6. 1. Politics and Protest in Eighteenth-Century Britain General Bibliography: 7 items
          1. Newspapers, politics and English society 1695-1855 - Hannah Barker 2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          2. Newspapers, politcs and English society 1695-1855 - Hannah Barker 2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          3. ‘Food Riots in England, 1792-1818’, in Popular protest and public order: six studies in British history, 1790-1920 - John Stevenson Stevenson

            Chapter Optional Read : John Stevenson, ‘Food Riots in England, 1792-1818’

        7. 2. Parliament and the People 1780-1914 Core Reading: 5 items
          1. Early Chartism in Scotland: a 'moral force' movement? - Tony Clarke, T. M. Devine

            Chapter Essential

          2. Early Chartism in Scotland: a 'moral force' movement? - Tony Clarke, T. M. Devine

            Book Essential

          3. Chapter 5 of The Chartists - D. Thompson

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          4. The Scottish context of chartism - Hamish W. Fraser, Terry Brotherstone

            Chapter Essential

          5. Popular radicalism: the working class experience, 1780-1880 - D. G. Wright 2013 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Read Chapter 6

        8. 2. Parliament and the People 1780-1914 Further reading: 4 items
          1. Women and chartism - David J. V. Jones 1983

            Article Recommended

          2. Popular disturbances in England, 1700-1832 - John Stevenson 1992

            Book Recommended Chapter 12

          3. Chartism - J. T. Ward 1973

            Book Recommended Read chapter 4

        9. 2. Parliament and the People 1780-1914 General Bibliography: 12 items
          1. Parliamentary reform 1640-1832 - John Ashton Cannon c1972

            Book Optional

          2. Chartism: A new history - Malcolm Chase 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          3. Chartism: a new history - Malcolm Chase, ebrary, Inc 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          4. Parliamentary reform, 1785-1928 - Sean Lang, ebrary, Inc 1999 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          5. Chartism - Edward Royle 1986

            Book Optional

          6. The making of the Second Reform Bill - F. B. Smith 1992

            Book Optional

          7. The making of the English working class - 1924-1993 Thompson, E. P. (Edward Palmer), Michael Kenny 2013

            Book Optional

        10. 3. Party and Politics in the 20th century Core Reading: 4 items
          1. The road to 1945: British politics and the Second World War - Paul Addison 1994

            Book Essential Read chapters 9 & 10, pp. 229-278

          2. The myth of consensus, IN: The making of Britain: echoes of greatness - Ben Pimlott

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

        11. 3. Party and Politics in the 20th century Further Reading: 4 items
          1. Labour's war: the Labour Party during the Second World War - Steven Brooke 1992 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          2. A history of conservative politics, 1900-1996 - John Charmley 1996

            Book Recommended pp. 105-49

        12. 3. Party and Politics in the 20th century General Bibliography: 17 items
          1. Hope and glory: Britain, 1900-2000 - P. F. Clarke 2004

            Book Optional Earlier edition also available

          2. 'England arise!': the Labour Party and popular politics in 1940s Britain - Steven Fielding, Peter Thompson, Nick Tiratsoo 1995

            Book Optional

          3. The Labour Party since 1945 - Kevin Jefferys 1993

            Book Optional

          4. British society since 1945 - Arthur Marwick 1996

            Book Optional

          5. Britain since 1789: a concise history - Martin Pugh 1999

            Book Optional

          6. The rise and fall of British Liberalism 1776-1988 - Alan Sykes 2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          7. A history of the British Labour Party - Andrew Thorpe (2015) (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

        13. 4. The rise of feminism, 1792-2000 Core Reading: 6 items
          1. Women's history, Britain 1700-1850 - Hannah Barker, Elaine Chalus 2005 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Read chapter 1 OR chapter 10

          2. White, Male and Middle Class: Explorations in Feminism and History - Catherine Hall 2013 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Read pp.151-171

          3. Women's history: Britain 1850-1945 : an introduction - June Purvis 1995 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Read chapter 9

          4. The political worlds of women: gender and politics in nineteenth century Britain - Sarah Richardson 2013 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Read chapter 5 OR chapter 6

        14. 4. The rise of feminism, 1792-2000 Further Reading: 8 items
          1. English feminism, 1780-1980 - Barbara Caine c1997 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          2. Men and the making of modern British feminism - Arianne Chernock 2010 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          3. Men and the Making of Modern British Feminism - Arianne Chernock 2010 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          4. Men and the making of modern British feminism - Arianne Chernock, ebrary, Inc c2010 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          5. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography - Oxford University Press (electronic resource)

            Document Recommended J. Harris, ‘John Stuart Mill’,

          6. Gender and power in Britain, 1640-1990 - Susan Kent, ebrary, Inc 1999 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

        15. 4. The rise of feminism, 1792-2000 General Bibliography: 5 items
          1. Sweet freedom: the struggle for women's liberation - Anna Coote, Beatrix Campbell 1987

            Book Optional

          2. Votes for women - June Purvis, Sandra Stanley Holton, ebrary, Inc 2000 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

    8. TEACHING WEEK NINE 38 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: NATIONAL IDENTITY 38 items
        1. Lectures: 1 item
          1. 1. National Identities in Britain 1707-1850 Dr Jacqueline Jenkinson 

             

            2. National Identities in Britain 1851-2000 Dr Jacqueline Jenkinson

        2. Primary source: 1 item
          1. Recruitment posters from World War One (See Primary Source Handbook)

        3. Tutorial Question: 1 item
          1. What were the key factors in the development of British national identity?

        4. Core Reading: 4 items
          1. Caledonia or North Britain? Scottish Identity in the Eighteenth Century, IN: Image and identity: the making and re-making of Scotland through the ages - R. J. Finlay

            Book Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          2. A Companion to 19th-Century Britain - Chris Williams 2008 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Chapter 33 : British identities, pp. 534-552.

          3. Twentieth-century Britain: economic, cultural and social change - Francesca Carnevali, Julie-Marie Strange 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential Chapter 6 ‘War and National Identity since 1914, pp. 79-94.

        5. Additional: 5 items
          1. Scotland and the Idea of Britain in the Eighteenth Century, IN: Eighteenth century Scotland: new perspectives - A. Murdoch

            Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          2. Uniting the Kingdom?: the making of British history - Alexander Grant, K. J. Stringer 1995 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended ‘Varieties of Britishness: Ireland, Scotland and Wales in the Hanoverian state, pp.193-207

          3. Nationality and ethnicity, IN: Twentieth-century Britain: economic, social and cultural change - D. Feldman

            Chapter  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          4. Twentieth-century Britain: economic, cultural and social change - Francesca Carnevali, Julie-Marie Strange 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended Nationality and Ethnicity

          5. Great Britain: identities, institutions and the idea of Britishness - Keith Robbins 1998

            Book Recommended Chapter 11, pp. 262-293.

        6. General Bibliography: 26 items
          1. Imagined communities: reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism - Benedict R. O'G. Anderson, American Council of Learned Societies c2006 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          2. A Union of multiple identities: the British Isles c.1750-c.1850 - L. W. B. Brockliss, David Eastwood 1997

            Book Optional

          3. Britons: forging the nation, 1707-1837 - Linda Colley 2009

            Book Optional

          4. Acts of union and disunion - Linda Colley 2014

            Book Optional

          5. Identity of England - Robert Colls, ebrary, Inc 2004 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          6. The British Isles and the War of American Independence - Stephen Conway 2002 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional Read : Chapter 5, pp. 166-202.

          7. Scotland and the Union 1707-2007 - T. M. Devine 2008 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          8. Scotland and the Union, 1707-2007 - T. M. Devine 2008 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          9. Scotland and the Union, 1707-2007 - T. M. Devine, ebrary, Inc c2008 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          10. Chapter 9 of Patronage and principle: a political history of modern Scotland - M. Fry

            Chapter Optional Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          11. Uniting the Kingdom?: the making of British history - Alexander Grant, K. J. Stringer, ebrary, Inc 1995 (electronic resource)

            Book 

          12. Uniting the Kingdom?: the making of British history - Alexander Grant, K. J. Stringer 1995 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          13. Uniting the Kingdom?: the making of British history - Alexander Grant, K. J. Stringer, ebrary, Inc 1995 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          14. Scottish nationalism - H. J. Hanham 1969

            Book Optional

          15. Scotland and Nationalism - Christopher Harvie 2004 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          16. A history of modern Wales, 1536-1990 - Philip Jenkins 2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          17. The making of English national identity - Krishan Kumar 2003

            Book Optional

          18. Rebirth of a nation: Wales 1880-1980 - Kenneth O. Morgan 1981 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional

          19. Britishness since 1870 - Paul Ward 2004

            Book Optional

          20. Explaining the growth of Scottish nationalism, IN: The growth of nationalism in Scotland - K. Webb

            Chapter Optional Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

    9. TEACHING WEEK TEN 1 item
      (Week beginning 12 November) There are no tutorials this week – please use your time wisely and bear in mind that your essay is due the following week (12 noon 20th November)
      1. (Week beginning 12 November)

        There are no tutorials this week – please use your time wisely and bear in mind that your essay is due the following week (12 noon 20th November)

    10. TEACHING WEEK ELEVEN 35 items
      1. TUTORIAL TOPIC: ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SOCIAL PROGRESS (Industrialisation and workplace hazards) 35 items
        1. Lectures: 1 item
          1. 1. Life and Labour in the Industrial Revolution, Dr. Catherine Mills

            2. Social Progress 1780-1990, Dr. Catherine Mills

        2. Primary source: 1 item
          1. BPP Extract from Report of the House of Commons Select Committee on Accidents in Mines, 1835 (603) pp. iii-iv(See Primary source Handbook)

        3. Tutorial question: 1 item
          1. Evaluate the extent to which the shift to an industrial based economy in the late 18th and 19th century changed the nature of occupational health and safety risks in the workplace.

        4. Core reading: 5 items
          1. The Canker of Industrial Disease, IN: Endangered lives: public health in Victorian Britain - A.S. Wohl

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          2. Industrialisation and the Frequency and the Nature of Risk, IN: Regulating health and safety in the British mining industries, 1800-1914 - C. Mills

            Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

          3. The perils of the workplace - Jamie L. Bronstein

            Chapter Essential

          4. ‘The Measurement of Safety: Factory Accidents Statistics in Victorian and Edwardian Britian’ - P. Bartrip, T. Fenn 1990

            Article Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module HISU921

        5. Further reading: 6 items
          1. Housing 2 items
            1. A social history of housing 1815-1985 - John Burnett 1986

              Book Recommended Read : Pt. 1, 1815-1850, Chapter 3 ‘The Housing of the Urban Working classes’ and Pt. 2, 1850-1914, Chapter 6, ‘Housing the Multitude’

          2. Phosphorous necrosis (phossy Jaw) 2 items
          3. Mining Accidents 1 item
            1. The History of the British coal industry: Victorian pre-eminence, Vol.3 - Roy A. Church, Alan Hall, John Kanefsky 1986

              Book Recommended Read : Chapter 7 pp. 556-650

          4. Public Health: Safe Water and Sanitation 1 item
        6. General Bibliography: 21 items
          1. Environment, health and history - Virginia Berridge, Martin Gorsky 2011 (electronic resource)

            Book Optional Chapter 1, Virginia Berridge, Martin Gorsky, ‘Introduction: Environment, Health and History’, pp. 1-22

          2. British economy and society, 1870-1970: documents, descriptions, statistics - R. W. Breach, R. M. Hartwell 1972

            Book Optional This is an edited volume of Primary sources, descriptions and statistics from across the period.

          3. The evolution of health and safety in mines - Andrew Meikle Bryan 1975

            Book Optional

          4. A social and economic history of Britain 1760-1972 - Pauline Gregg 1974

            Book Optional Pt I, 1760-1851, Chapter VI. ‘Working Conditions’, pp. 120-146, and Chapter IX. ‘The Poor Law and Public Health’, section b), Public Health, pp. 192- 204, Pt. II, 1851-1951, Chapter XXI. ‘Factory, Mine and Workshop, pp. 455-474 and Chapter XXII. Health and Housing’, pp. 475-486

          5. The origins of the British welfare state: society, state and social welfare in England and Wales, 1800-1945 - Bernard Harris 2004

            Book Optional Read : Chapter 8, ‘Public Health in the 19th century’, pp. 104-124, Chapter 9, ‘Housing Policy and Housing Conditions 1800-1914’, pp. 125-135 and Chapter 16, ‘Housing Policy between the Wars’, pp. 243-261

          6. Health, civilization and the State: a history of public health from ancient to modern times - Dorothy Porter 1999

            Book Optional Read : Chapter 7, ‘Public Health and Centralisation: the Victorian British State’, pp.111-127 and Chapter 9, ‘The Enforcement and Resistance’, pp.128-146

          7. Modern Britain: a social history 1750-1997 - Edward Royle 1997

            Book Optional Chapter 4 ‘Poverty and Welfare’ particularly the section on ‘Welfare and the State’, pp. 189-208

          8. The people's health, 1830-1910 - F. B. Smith 1979

            Book Optional Read : Chapter 4, ‘Adults’, Part 1, ‘Dirt and Disease’, pp. 195-249

          9. The factory system, Vol. 2 - J. T. Ward 1970

            Book Optional Read : Pt. I The Consequences of the Factory System, Industrial Health, pp. 26 – 31 and Factory Life pp. 44-56 (This is a volume of re-prints of Primarily Sources)

          10. Urban disease and mortality: in nineteenth-century England - Robert Woods, John Woodward 1984

            Book Optional Read : Chapter 7, ‘Health, Society and Environment in Victorian Manchester’, pp.148-175 and Chapter 8, ‘Mortality and Sanitary conditions in late 19th Century Birmingham’, pp.176-202.

  3. TEACHING WEEK TWELVE TUTORIAL TOPIC: WAR AND SOCIAL CHANGE 45 items
    1. Relevant Lectures: 1 item
      1. 1. War and Society 1789-1945 Professor Holger Nehring

        2. Case Study: World Wars, Professor Holger Nehring

    2. Primary source: 1 item
      1. 'Men in wartime are taking on strange new jobs…..' L. G. Gilbert, Daily Mail 30th November 1940 https://www.cartoons.ac.uk/record/ILW0160

        'Some trades in which women are replacing men', W. K. Haselden, first published in the Daily Mirror, 12th March 1915 https://www.cartoons.ac.uk/record/WH1451

    3. Tutorial Questions: 1 item
      1. 1. How did the First World War affect class and gender relations?

        2. Did the experiences of the Second World War help forge a consensus in Britain?

        3. Compare and contrast the impact of the Great War and the Second World War on British society and statehood.

    4. Core reading: 8 items
      1. A companion to contemporary Britain, 1939-2000 - Historical Association (Great Britain) (2007.) ((electronic book))

        Book Essential The impact of the Second World War.

      2. Twentieth-century Britain: economic, cultural and social change - Francesca Carnevali, Julie-Marie Strange 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential The First World War and its Aftermath’, Julian Greaves

    5. Further reading: 13 items
      1. 'Women and the war', in The First World War in British History - Gail Braybon, Stephen Constantine

        Document Recommended

      2. Twentieth-century Britain: economic, cultural and social change - Francesca Carnevali, Julie-Marie Strange 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended War and National Identity since 1914’

      3. The home front: the British and the Second World War - Arthur Marwick, Haroldr Chapman c1976

        Book Recommended

    6. General Bibliography 21 items
      1. War and Social Change pre-1914 8 items
        1. War and British Society 1688-1815 - H. V. Bowen, Economic History Society 1998

          Book Optional

        2. The friends of peace: anti-war liberalism in England, 1793-1815 - J. E. Cookson 2008

          Book Optional Earlier edition also available

        3. The British Isles and the War of American Independence - Stephen Conway 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Optional

      2. War and Social Change post-1914 13 items
        1. Wartime: Britain, 1939-1945 - Juliet Gardiner 2004

          Book Optional

        2. Britain and the Cold War, 1945-1991 - Sean Greenwood 2000

          Book Optional

        3. A new England?: peace and war, 1886-1918 - G. R. Searle (2005.)

          Book Optional

        4. The Great War and the British people - J. M. Winter 2003 (electronic resource)

          Book Optional

  4. Freedom Bound: Escaping slavery in Scotland - Warren Pleece, Shazleen M. Khan, Robin Jones, Simon P. Newman 2018

    Book 

  5. BEYOND the READING LIST 1 item
    You are expected to read widely beyond this resource list. Make a start with your subject research guide
    1. Try the subject research guide for the most appropriate resources for your topic.