Category: Early Modern and Modern History

Blood Waters

Blood Waters

Far from the romanticised image of the swashbuckling genre of maritime history, the eighteenth-century Caribbean was a ‘marchlands’ in which violence was a way of life and where solidarities were… READ MORE

Visualising Protestant Monarchy

Visualising Protestant Monarchy

Julie Farguson is College Lecturer in History at St Hilda’s College, Oxford. Here she tells us about her new book, a discussion of how, at a crucial point in British… READ MORE

Georgina Weldon

Georgina Weldon

“A most un-Victorian Victorian” is Joanna Martin’s wonderfully apt description of Georgina Weldon. Fearless, clever, independent and talented – also eccentric, delusional and highly litigious – Georgina Weldon seemed to… READ MORE