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Kilday, Anne-Marie

Cultures of Shame

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Table of contents

1. The History and Theory of Shame — Then and Now
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

2. Private Passions and Public Penance: Popular Shaming Rituals in Pre-Modern Britain
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

3. The Shame and Fame of ‘Half-Hangit Maggie’: Attitudes to the Child Murderer in Early Modern Scotland
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

4. ‘To Make Men of their Honesty Afraid’: Shaming the Ideological Dissident 1650–1834
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

5. Conservatives, Humanitarians and Reformers Debate Shame
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

6. The Everyday Life of a Wexford Parson: The Rev. William Hughes’ Taste for Drink, Blasphemy, Indecent Exposure, Criminal Damage, Bestial Voyeurism and Field Sports
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

7. ‘The Woman in the Iron mask’: From Low Life Picaresque to Bourgeois Tragedy — Matrimonial Violence and the Audiences for Shame
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

8. Writing ‘Cuckold on the Forehead of a Dozen Husbands’: Mid-Victorian Monarchy and the Construction of Bourgeois Shame
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

9. Conclusion: Reconciling Shame with Modernity
David Nash, Anne-Marie Kilday

Keywords: History, History of Britain and Ireland, Social History, Cultural History, Criminology and Criminal Justice, general, Modern History

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
253 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230309098
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-35794-9

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