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History Department MA Day Conference 27 May 2009 Titles of the papers given by MA students at the end of their research presentation module Second Wave Feminism and the Media Mongols and the West Coal, Community and Class: Sustaining the Miners' Strike, 1984-85 Roman Aristocrats after The Roman Empire; New Roads or Old Paths? Masculinity, Emotion and Selfhood: Representations of British Men’s Responses to Literature and the Theatre, circa 1720-1830 Settling Rhodesia 1890-1896: An Icon of British Imperialism? Blindness in Eighteenth-Century England Clearing the Historical Wilderness: Native Indian Agency in the Process of Manifest Destiny, 1830-1870 The Political Trajectories of Zimbabwean Women - 1970-2007 Mysticism and Authority in the Sixteenth Century The Presentation of Franco: Catholic Monarch, Fascist and Anti-communist Social Views and Public Reaction to Women's Conscription in Second World War Britain Media coverage of the Sheffield Blitz. Opposition to freemasonry in early eighteenth century France The Value of the Jack Rosenthal Archive as a Source for the Social, Cultural and Anglo-Jewish Historian The influence of the revolutionary period on the thoughts of Roger Williams Aristocratic Paternalism and Familial Identity on the Chatsworth House Estate, 1880s-1920s British Educational Policy in Cyprus: Greek-Christian Schools in the 1930s Associations between Women, Credit and Notions of Femininity in Early-Modern New York For Peace Alone? Historical Significance and Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp TVA and the Birth of Grassroots Environmentalism Identities and Civil War: The Splintering of Southern Spain, 1936-1937 The Late Antique Transition of Roman Cities in the Rhineland A Storm-Centre of Popular Radicalism: Sheffield in the 1790s Female Epistolaries: A Comparative Study between Quakers and Catholics in Early Modern Europe. The Jewish refugees and Cyprus: The Greek-Cypriot reaction towards the Jewish refugees between 1933 and 1949. The Role of Women in the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement The Empire Strikes Back? Margaret Thatcher, Counter Culture and the Falklands Conflict. Mnemonics and Mysticism in Mid-Seventeenth Century England The Place and Nature of 'Ideology' in the First Anglo-Dutch war British imperial attitudes in the alliance with Japan during the nineteenth and twentieth century Patterns of prejudice and perceptions: society and the "other" in the high middle ages Franciscans in Thirteenth Century England British Perceptions of Jews 1938-1947; Mass Observation and the Shaping of Opinion Ghana, Pan-Africanism and Nationalism: a History of the Ideas of Kwame Nkrumah, 1945-1970
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