CONTEXTUAL ESSAYS
FOR GALE PRIMARY SOURCES

   Horrocks, Clare (Liverpool John Moores University): The Illustrated London News and Public Health

   Horrocks, Clare (Liverpool John Moores University): The Illustrated London News and Travel

   Nystrom Janssen, Joanne (Asian University for Women): The Illustrated London News and Literature

   Kent, Christopher (University of Saskatchewan): The Illustrated London News and the Theatre

   King, Andrew (Canterbury Christ Church University): Advertising in the Illustrated London News

   Leary, Patrick (Research Society for Victorian Periodicals): A Brief History of The Illustrated London News

   Maidment, Brian (University of Salford): Representing the Victorians – Illustration and the Illustrated London News

   Mitchell, Sally (Temple University, Philadelphia): The Illustrated London News: Celebrities and Gossip Columns

   Moruzi, Kristine (University of Alberta): The Illustrated London News and Disasters

   Munro, Julia F. (Lakehead University Orillia, Canada): The Illustrated London News and Photography

   Prasch, Thomas (Washburn University): The Illustrated London News and Archaeology

   Prasch, Thomas (Washburn University): The Illustrated London News and International Exhibitions

   Prasch, Thomas (Washburn University): The Illustrated London News and Museums

   Stapleton, Julia (Durham University): The Illustrated London News and 'Our Note Book'

   Tate, Steve (Independent Researcher, Historian and Journalist): The Illustrated London News and Sport

   Baker, James (Curator, Digital Research at the British Library): Working with Visual Evidence: 'Reading' Punch Cartoons

   Benbough-Jackson, Mike (Liverpool John Moores University): Punch and World War I

   Birch, Katy (Aberystwyth University): Punch Case Study: Women's Suffrage

   Gailani, Andre (Manager at Punch Ltd.): A Victorian Institution in the Twentieth Century

   Grey, Annie (Food Historian): Food in Punch: Representations of Culinary Culture

   Hale, Ann M. (University of Greenwich): Punch, the Law and Literature Case Study: Trial and Execution of Maria and Frederick Manning (1849)

   Horrocks, Clare (Liverpool John Moores University): Studying Satire as a Form of Historical Communication: Teaching and Learning with Punch

   Horrocks, Clare (Liverpool John Moores University): Case Study: Nineteenth Century Punch in the Seminar Room

   Horrocks, Clare (Liverpool John Moores University): Case Study: Twentieth Century Punch in the Seminar Room

   Janes, Dominic (Birkbeck, University of London): Religion and Punch: How to Approach the Punch Historical Archive

   Leary, Patrick: The Immortal Periodical': Punch in the Nineteenth Century

   Lewis-Bill, Hannah (University of Exeter): Representations of China in Punch

   Maidment, Brian (Liverpool John Moores University): Pencillings, Cuts and Cartoons: Punch and Early Victorian Comic Illustration

   McLean, Steven: Representations of Flight and Aviation

   Moy, Ron (Liverpool John Moores University): Popular Music in Punch: Antagonism towards Modern Mass Culture

   Nicholson, Bob (Edge Hill University): In Search of America: An Introduction to Digital Research Techniques

   Phegley, Jennifer (University of Missouri-Kansas City): Representations of Courtship and Marriage in Cartoons of the Mid-Victorian Period

   Schwab, Sandra Martina (Johannes Gutenburg University): Themes of Medievalism in Punch

   Simons, Gary (Editor, Curran Index): Two Distinct yet Equally Great Nations: Punch's Relationship with The Times

   Yates, Louisa and Butler, Gary (Gladstone's Library): Representations of Gladstone in the Punch Historical Archive

State Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part I: The Tudors, Henry VIII to Elizabeth I, 1509-1603: State Papers Domestic

 

   Adams, Simon (University of Strathclyde): The Tudor State Papers in The Yelverton, Cotton and Harleian Manuscript Collections

   Alford, Stephen (University of Cambridge): Introduction to State Papers Online and the Sixteenth Century State Papers, 1509–1603

   Alford, Stephen (University of Cambridge): State Papers of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I: the Archives and the Documents

   Alford, Stephen (University of Cambridge): The Collection of the Cecil Papers, Hatfield House Library, Hertfordshire

   Alford, Stephen (University of Cambridge): Politicians and Statesmen II: William Cecil, Lord Burghley (1520-98)

   Bevan, Amanda (The National Archives): State Papers of Henry VIII: the Archives and the Documents

   Clark, Matthew J. (University of Cambridge): Tudor Society

   Cooper, John (University of York): The Tudor Monarchy

   Grummitt, David (History of Parliament Trust): Politicians and Statesmen I: Thomas Wolsey (1470/1-1530). Wolsey and the State Papers:
        War, Diplomacy, Government and Politics in Early Tudor England

   Knighton, C.S. (The National Archives): The Calendars and their Editors, 1856-2006

   Rex, Richard (University of Cambridge): Henry VIII and the Break with Rome

   Younger, Neil (University of Birmingham): The Tudor State

 

State Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part II: The Tudors: Henry VIII to Elizabeth I, 1509-1603: State Papers Foreign: Ireland, Scotland, Borders and Registers of the Privy Council

 

   Adams, Simon (University of Strathclyde): Tudor England’s Relations with Spain, The Holy Roman Empire and The Low Countries

   Adams, Simon (University of Strathclyde): Tudor England’s Relations with France

   Alford, Stephen (University of Cambridge): Introduction to State Papers Online and the Sixteenth Century State Papers, 1509–1603

   Crankshaw, David J. (King’s College London): The Tudor Privy Council, c. 1540–1603

   Mears, Natalie (University of Durham): Mary, Queen of Scots

   Rapple, Rory (University of Notre Dame): An Overview of Tudor Ireland

   Sowerby, Tracy (University of Oxford): The Role of the Ambassador and the use of Ciphers

   Woodhead, Christine (University of Durham): England, the Ottomans and the Barbary Coast in the Late Sixteenth Century

 

State Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part III: The Stuarts: James I to Anne, 1603-1714: State Papers Domestic

 

   Keay, Anna (English Heritage): Seventeenth-Century Monarchy

   Marshall, Alan (Bath Spa University): The Secretaries' Office and the Public Records

   Marshall, Alan (Bath Spa University): Stuart Government, 1660-1714

   Miller, John (Queen Mary, University of London): Religion 1640-1714

   Miller, John (Queen Mary, University of London): Order and Disorder in the Seventeenth-Century

   Peacey, Jason (University College, London): News, Politics and People, 1603-1714

   Questier, Michael (Queen Mary, University of London): Religion in the State Papers, 1603-1640

   Roberts, Stephen K. (History of Parliament Trust): The Government and its Records, 1640-1660

   Thrush, Andrew (History of Parliament Trust): The Government and its Records, 1603–1640

 

State Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part IV: The Stuarts: James to Anne, 1603-1714: State Papers Foreign: Ireland, Scotland and Registers of Privy Council

 

   Cogswell, Thomas (University of California, Riverside): State Papers Foreign, 1603-1640

   McGrath, Charles Ivar (University College Dublin): Ireland and the State Papers, 1603–1714

   Murdoch, Steven (University of St. Andrews): Seventeenth-Century Scandinavia: the Evidence in the State Papers

   Onnekink, David (University of Utrecht): The Dutch Republic

   Stewart, Laura A.M. (Birkbeck College, University of London): Scotland and the 'British Problem', 1603–1714

   Storrs, Christopher (University of Dundee): The "Decline" of Spain in the Seventeenth Century

State Papers Online: Eighteenth Century, 1714-1782: Part I: State Papers Domestic, Military and Naval and the Registers of the Privy Council

 

   Aston, Nigel (University of Leicester): The Hanoverian State and the Jacobite Threat

   Black, Jeremy (University of Exeter): State Papers Online: Eighteenth Century, 1714-1782, Part One:
        State Papers Domestic, Military, Naval, Scotland, Ireland and the Registers of the Privy Council

   Gibson, William (Oxford Brookes University): The Reigns of George I (1714-27) and George II (1727-60)

   Harding, Richard (University of Westminster): State Papers Military (1714-1782)

   Harding, Richard (University of Westminster): State Papers Naval (1714-1782)

   Szechi, Daniel (University of Manchester): Scotland and Ireland in the Eighteenth Century: the British Dimension

   Thompson, Andrew C. (University of Cambridge): State Papers Regencies, George I, George II
        and the Government Of Britain, 1716-1755

 

State Papers Online: Eighteenth Century, 1714-1782: Part II: State Papers Foreign: Low Countries and Germany

 

   Black, Jeremy (University of Exeter): State Papers Online Eighteenth Century, Part 2: State Papers Foreign:
        Low Countries and Germany. an Introduction

   Dunthorne, Hugh: Flanders and Holland in the Eighteenth Century

   Schweizer, Karl (New Jersey Institute of Technology): British Foreign Policy, 1689-1790: Origins, Aims and Dynamics

   Thompson, Andrew (University of Cambridge): The German States, Hamburg and the Hanse and their
        Relations with Great Britain in the Eighteenth Century

   Wilson, Peter H. (University of Hull): The Holy Roman Empire in the Eighteenth Century

 

State Papers Online: Eighteenth Century, 1714-1782: Part III: Western Europe

 

   Aston, Nigel (University of Leicester): Britain's Relations with France as Documented In SP 78:
        Secretaries of State: State Papers Foreign, France

   Black, Jeremy (University of Exeter): Introduction to State Papers Online: Eighteenth Century 1714-1782, Part 3:
        Western Europe. British Diplomacy in Western Europe

   Newitt, Malyn: Eighteenth Century Portugal

   Rice, Geoffrey W. (University of Canterbury (New Zealand)): A Diligent Professional Among the Noble Amateurs:
        the Fourth Earl of Rochford as Diplomat and Secretary of State, 1749-75

   Storrs, Christopher (University of Dundee): Britain and the Kingdom of Sardinia in the Eighteenth Century

   Storrs, Christopher (University of Dundee): Eighteenth Century Spain

 

State Papers Online: Eighteenth Century, 1714-1782: Part IV Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Turkey

 

   Black, Jeremy (University of Exeter): State Papers Online Eighteenth Century, Part IV:
        Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Turkey - General Overview

   Black, Jeremy (University of Exeter): Anglo-Russian Relations, 1714-82

   Black, Jeremy (University of Exeter): State Papers Confidential

   Bregnsbo, Michael (University of Southern Denmark): Anglo-Danish Relations, 1714-82

   Schumann, Matt J. (Eastern Michigan University): British Foreign Policy During the Seven Years' War (1749-63)

   Talbot, Michael (University of Greenwich): British-Ottoman Relations, 1713-1779: Commerce, Diplomacy, and Violence

   Thompson, Andrew C. (University of Cambridge): Britain and the 'Protestant Interest', 1714-1782

   Wilson, Peter H. (University of Oxford): Frederick the Great

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