Author Archives: Rémy Bethmont

Protected: Optional Reading – “Britain is great again!” From Margaret Thatcher to Brexit

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Protected: Lecture 5 – British Soft Power: projecting post-imperial Britain onto the world stage

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Protected: Lecture 4 – Immigration and multiculturalism

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Protected: Lecture 6 – Britain and the Empire[1]

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Protected: Lecture 5 – Towards a free-trading British Empire

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Protected: Lecture 4 – The triumph of the bourgeois order

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Protected: Lecture 3 – Social reforms and improvement

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Protected: Lecture 3 – British Post-Imperialism and Europe

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Research paper – Calendar and guidelines

For 27th October In one or two paragraphs, define what particular aspect of your theme you have chosen to write about. Additionally, give a preliminary bibliography with a few references, presented according to the MLA style. For at least 2 references … Continue reading

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Homework for 13th Oct

Study the text p. 24 in the brochure. 1. What do you find particularly interesting in the text? Why? 2. Is there a link between what you find interesting and Disraeli’s intention when he made this speech? (Don’t give a … Continue reading

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