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Lawrence Evalyn 16h
twitter: I want to make my go-to texts less white, but I'm getting stumped after Olaudah Equiano, Ottobah Cugoano, Ignatius Sancho, and Phyllis Wheatley. Are there names in prose fiction I should know?? Any resources (syllabi, books, etc) to broaden my reading lists?
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18th-Century Fiction 28m
Another fascinating read in ECF Character Resolved into Clay: The Toby Jug, Eighteenth-Century English Ceramics, and the Rise of Consumer Culture, by Elizabeth Kowaleski Wallace
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Lauren Stowell 10h
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18th-Century Fiction 20h
Let's try some tagging! Read the review of 's new book by The Experimental Imagination: Literary Knowledge and Science in the British Enlightenment, by Tita Chico Review by Travis Chi Wing Lau
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18th-Century Fiction 20h
Review written by of Sandro Jung's The Publishing and Marketing of Illustrated Literature in Scotland, 1760–1825
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Geri Walton 18h
Digital Technologies and Their 18th Century Equivalents
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Footnoting History Jun 18
June 1789: Tennis Court Oath- Third Estate members vow to get a new constitution to govern Louis XVI's France
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Olive Jun 14
It doesn’t always feel like it but the paper stack IS getting taller.
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CJ Fairhart Jun 15
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сонья Jun 16
if I had to choose the best reenactors at Times and Epochs would've had my vote. thank you for being so amazing! can't wait to see you all next year ☄
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Andreas W. Müller Jun 13
Just booked my flight to . Looking forward to an exciting conference in Edinburgh in July and international feedback on my recently published article. It certainly will be an inspiring week all about studies :)
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Footnoting History Jun 16
June 1727: Death of King George I of Great Britain
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Maura Johnson 🏳️‍🌈 。✧*:・゚✧ Jun 17
Calling all with interests in the .
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Tom Almeroth-W Jun 12
Today I very politely (and half jokingly) asked my local bookshop to replace Rees-Mogg’s book with mine on their “New History Book” display. This is a rare example of an historian doing a favour 😉
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Geri Walton Jun 17
In , groups organized in Britain and U.S. to abolish transatlantic slave trade, Josiah borrowed from classical iconography to create this design. "Slave-in-Chains" medallion, 1786–87. Stoneware (), basalt, gold.
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Nic Jun 16
French School, c.1700-1780. Two Ladies, One Holding a Fan and the Other a Rose
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William Savage Jun 17
The three most common and widespread challenges to orthodox Christianity in the .
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47th Regiment of Foot Jun 15
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Geri Walton Jun 17
Marie Antoinette and Her Passion for Flowers: loved flowers so much that when her husband became king and gave her Petit Trianon, he did so saying, “You love flowers …
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Joseph Gagné ⚜️ Jun 14
Lainesse, Pépin, and Lalancette explain how colonial wars in the shaped destinies of men and women in ways not often thought about. Fascinating panel!
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