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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Primat der Innenpolitik: Promoting “New” Diplomatic History

Op-Ed Columnist Leslie Rogne Schumacher argues for historians to engage with and help shape new diplomatic history before its parameters are determined by practitioners in other disciplines.

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Identification Please: Complications of Display and Gender Identity at the National Portrait Gallery

Op-Ed Columnist Rebecka Black uses the D’Eon case to uncover problems with the National Portrait Gallery’s displays of historic gender outlaws.

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On the universality of archives: or, why Stephen Fry is wrong

Op-ed Columnist Michael Talbot explains his horror at the withholding of archives from the public on Britain’s handling of decolonization.

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“With Europe but not of It” – An Exclusively British Attitude?

Op-Ed Columnist Helene von Bismarck warns Britain that staying out of the Eurozone does not translate into immunity from the European economic crisis.

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Commerce, Dissent, and the Jubilee

Op-Ed Columnist Mark Doyle reflects on the Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II.

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April – May 2012

The April – May 2012 Newsletter is now available with information on the 2012 Britain and the World Conference (Edinburgh, 21-23 June), a special offer from The Folio Society, our newest Preface Documentary on Winston S. Churchill, and our April – May Op-Ed Columns.

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