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Englishness and the study of politics : the social and political thought of Ernest Barker.

Stapleton, Julia (1994) 'Englishness and the study of politics : the social and political thought of Ernest Barker.', Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ideas in context., 32

Abstract

This book considers the role of political intellectuals in Britain since 1850 in shaping the public identities of their society, particularly its national identity. Political intellectuals and public identities in Britain since 1850 will be of interest to scholars and advanced undergraduates in the fields of political thought and British intellectual and cultural history. It will also be of interest to a wider community of writers and commentators on the politics of English and British national identity.

Item Type:Book
Additional Information:Sample chapter deposited. Chapter 1: 'Identity, Idealism, and Whiggism : the making of an English political scientist', pp. 20-42.
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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item1115783
Publisher statement:© Cambridge University Press 1994
Date accepted:No date available
Date deposited:01 February 2013
Date of first online publication:August 1994
Date first made open access:No date available

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