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Kilday, Anne-Marie

Shame and Modernity in Britain

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Endurance of Shame and its Transformation in Modern Britain
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

2. White Feathers and Black Looks: Cowardice, Conscientious Objection and Shame in the Great War
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

3. ‘This Tribune of the People, this Uncrowned King of Britain’: Horatio Bottomley – Shame, the Public Sphere and the Betrayal of Populism
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

4. The Rector of Stiffkey: ‘The lower he sinks, the greater their crime’: Clerical Scandal, Prurience and the Archaeology of Reputation
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

5. The Silent Scream of Shame? Abortion in Modern Britain
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

6. Modern Charivari or Merely Private Peccadillo? Lord Lambton and the Archetypal Sex Scandal
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

7. Lady Isobel Barnett: Shoplifting and Sympathy—The Last Gasp of Presumptive Shame?
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

8. From Blackmail and the Closet to Pride and Shame: Homosexuality and Identity—The Military Example
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

9. Conclusion
Anne-Marie Kilday, David S. Nash

Keywords: History, History of Britain and Ireland, Social History, History of Modern Europe

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137319197
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-35933-8

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