By Alexander Grant, Keith Stringer
In Uniting the Kingdom? a gaggle of the main distinctive historians from Britain and eire gather to think about the query of British identification spanning the interval from the center a while to the present.
conventional chronological and nearby frontiers are damaged down as medievalists, early modernists and modernists debate the main problems with the British kingdom: the conflicting historiographies, the character of political tensions and the topics of enlargement and contraction.
This amazing number of essays types an illuminating creation to the main updated puzzling over the issues of British histories and identities.
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