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British Empire in the Victorian press, 1832-1867

E. M. Palmegiano

British Empire in the Victorian press, 1832-1867

a bibliography

by E. M. Palmegiano

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • English periodicals -- Indexes.,
    • Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 19th century -- Sources -- Bibliography.,
    • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Press coverage -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      StatementE.M. Palmegiano.
      SeriesThemes in European expansion ;, vol. 8, Garland reference library of social science ;, vol. 389, Themes in European expansion ;, v. 8., Garland reference library of social science ;, v. 389.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ2021.C7 P32 1987, DA16 P32 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 234 p. ;
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2735264M
      ISBN 100824098021
      LC Control Number86029624

      Praise "Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire: Creating an Imperial Commons will prove invaluable to scholars working on imperial print cultures, attempting to think globally in Victorian or American studies, or otherwise seeking to unfield British Empire studies."— Kellie D. Holzer, History: Reviews of New Books "Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire sketches an important new. The first source book to track the role the British empire played in domestic politics, social attitudes and intellectual and cultural life at home, this volume is undergirded by a recognizable political chronology, emphasizing moments of major constitutional reform (, ) Cited by: 8.

      It did not include the Boer War which involved the use of up to , troops from the empire. The British Empire in the Victorian era claimed that it was an empire of liberty that brought civilisation to native peoples. The empire did bring benefits for some but the changes imposed on the many often brought resistance. fessor of history whose previous bibliographies include The British Empire in the Victorian Press, () and Women and British Periodicals, (), E. M. Palmegiano does a meticulous job of examining the topic of crime in all its definitions in her latest scholarly effort. Houghton's statement has an air of.

      Victorians justified the expansion of the empire by declaring that British culture was the most advanced in the world and that it was only right that they should bring that civilization to others. British Literature and Politics, – Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, A very important book on the Victorian. Imperial White is the first book to indicate the extent to which ideas of whiteness in imperial Victorian Britain were shaped by colonialism. It is a significant contribution to the growing field of whiteness studies.


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The British Empire in the Victorian Press, A Bibliography (Routledge Library Editions: The British Empire Book 5) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by E.

Palmegiano (Author) Format: Kindle EditionCited by: 1. Originally published in In this volume, the author unearths the rich sources for the study of colonial history provided by the myriad periodical publications which flourished in the early and mid-Victorian period.

This was an age in which the printed Cited by: 1. Book Description. Originally published in In this volume, the author unearths the rich sources for the study of colonial history provided by the myriad periodical publications which flourished in the early and mid-Victorian period. This was an age in which the printed word reigned supreme as.

The British Empire 1832-1867 book the Victorian Press, NY, Garland, DA P3 Main Covers colonial history as published in the periodicals of the period. Contains entries from some 50 London-based magazines.

Tables of contents 1832-1867 book. White, Cynthia. Women's Magazines, London, Michael Joseph, PN W6 W5 MainAuthor: Agnes Widder.

The British Empire in the Victorian Press, A Bibliography, 1st Edition By E. Palmegiano Originally published in By the beginning of the twentieth century, the British Empire ruled over almost 25% of the world’s population. No small feat. As the saying went: “The sun never sets on the British Empire.” The books listed below just barely brush the surface of the history of nineteenth-century Britain and its Empire, but they are a good place to start.

Books; George Eliot and the British Empire; George Eliot and the British Empire Deirdre “Children of Empire: Victorian Imperialism and Sexual Politics in Dickens and Kipling” in Gender and Discourse in Victorian Literature and Art, eds. Antony H. Harrison and Beverly Taylor (Dekalb: Northern Illinois University Press, ), pp.

Cited by: The British Empire represented much that was truly Victorian; idealism, opportunism, muddle and determination. This was an age of huge excitement, energy and transformation.

Great iron steamships, railways, bridges, thundering factory machines – all energised the technological and economic revolutions changing the landscape and fabric of Britain.

Contributors go on to consider the transnational and global dimensions of the British press and its impact in the rest of the world.

As digitisation of historical media opens up new avenues of research, the collection reveals the centrality of the press to our understanding of the nineteenth century.

The Victorian era of British history (and that of the British Empire) was the period of Queen Victoria‘s reign from 20 June until her death, on 22 January It was a long period of peace, prosperity, refined sensibilities and national self-confidence for Britain.

Some scholars date the beginning of the period in terms of sensibilities and political concerns to the passage of the. E.M. PALMEGIANO, is Professor of History and Director of Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs at Saint Peter's College. She specializes in bibliographies on the Victorian era.

Two of her previous books include The British Empire in the Victorian Press, (), and Women and British Periodicals, A Bibliography ().Author: E.

Palmegiano. 19th Century British History - Victorian Era () 1 - 20 of results Forms of Empire: The Poetics of Victorian Sovereignty. Barnes & Noble Press.

Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard®. The British Empire in the Victorian Press, Originally published in In this volume, the author unearths the rich sources for the study of colonial history provided by the myriad periodical publications which flourished in the early and mid-Victorian : Paul Brighton.

E.M. PALMEGIANO, is Professor of History and Director of Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs at Saint Peter's College. She specializes in bibliographies on the Victorian era. Two of her previous books include The British Empire in the Victorian Press, (), and Women and British Periodicals, A Bibliography ().

show more. A Timeline of British History; British Empire: An Introduction; Imperial Federation Map of by Walter Crane; The Imperial Federational League; Fear of losing markets and the 'new imperialism' of the s; The Industrial Revolution, Textiles, and Empire; Ambivalence, Economy, and Empire in Victorian.

Get this from a library. The British Empire in the Victorian press, a bibliography. [E M Palmegiano]. E.M. PALMEGIANO, is Professor of History and Director of Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs at Saint Peter's College.

She specializes in bibliographies on the Victorian era. Two of her previous books include The British Empire in the Victorian Press, (), and Women and British Periodicals, A Bibliography ().

Ok, so now you have learned about most aspects of Victorian culture. What's next. Well, since this all took place in England, lets cover the British Empire. Duh, amiright. The Victorian Era took place during Britain's "Imperial Century" where Britain was the world's dominant power.

The empire was so large that there never was a. Junoon (), based on the novel A Flight of Pigeons by Ruskin Bond, is set during the backdrop of the Mutiny of Gandhi (), about the life of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the non-violent resistance movement against British colonial rule in India during the first half of the 20th century.

Victorian era, the period between about andcorresponding roughly to the period of Queen Victoria’s reign (–) and characterized by a class-based society, a growing number of people able to vote, a growing state and economy, and Britain’s status as the most powerful empire in the world.

The British Empire in the Victorian press, a bibliography / E.M. Palmegiano. Z C7 P32 HN Books to build an empire: a bibliographical history of .An unprecedented number of emigrants left Britain to settle in America, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand during the Victorian period.

Utilizing new digital resources and methodologies alongside more traditional modes of scholarship, British Settler Emigration in Print, presents the first book-length study of the periodical print culture that imagined, mediated, and galvanized this.Politics and Empire in Victorian Britain: A Reader by Antoinette Burton Overview - The first source book to track the role the British empire played in domestic politics, social attitudes and intellectual and cultural life at home, this volume is undergirded by a recognizable political chronology, emphasizing moments of major constitutional reform (, ) and imperial crisis (,).