© 2018 by Oxford University History Society

  • OUHS
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon

2nd JOUHS INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM -

SPECIAL ISSUE EIGHT

'"I know my place": the interaction of urban space and social hierarchies in history', Trinity College, 14 May 2011.

Introduction

Programme of the 2011 Colloquium (full text)

Report of the Proceedings

Harry Smith (Trinity College, University of Oxford) and Benjamin Raynor (New College, University of Oxford) (full text)

Conference Papers 

 

'By Work Done For Me': Building Culture and Client Relationships in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg.

Elizabeth Cook (College of William and Mary) (full text)

 

'Strategies of Condescension': Taming John Bull through the Inversion of Spaces, 1809-1814. 

Oskar Cox Jensen (Christ Church College, University of Oxford) (full text)

 

'Only a Tap-Room Man': Social Hierarchies and the Publice House 

Ben Clarke (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) (full text)

 

On Historical Statigraphy, Seating Arrangement and Urban Vignettes: The 'Elusive Place' of the 'Civic Class' in Naples, c. 1700

Jorge Fernández-Santos Ortiz-Iribas (Universitat Jaume I de Castelló, Spain) (full text)

 

Other Articles

Shipping and Trade in the Ionian Islands: The Merchant Fleet of the Septinsular Republic (1800-1807). 

Gerassimos D. Pagratis (University of Athens) (full text)

 

Book Reviews 

Lisa Bailey, Lindsay Diggelann and Kim M. Phillips (eds.), Old Worlds, New Worlds: European Cultural Encounters, c. 1000-1750 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009). 

Ronald Chung-yam PO (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität, Heidelberg) (full text)

 

Sharon Ghamari-Tabrizi, The Worlds of Herman Kahn: The Intuitive Science of Thermonuclear War (Cambridge, MA: HUP, 2005). 

James Lin (University of California, Berkeley) (full text)

 

Ian Mortimer, The Time Traveller's Guide to Elizabethan England (London: Bodley Head, 2012).

Chris Sladen (Ruskin Public History Group) (full text)

 

OUHS Activities

Report from the Local History Day of the British Association for Local History. 

Chris Sladen (Ruskin Public History Group) (full text)