Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era

Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era

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- Correlates with standards and benchmarks in World History and Social Studies- Valuable for a wide range of courses, including history; literature; art history; social studies; gender studies; science, technology, and society; social movements; economics; political science; and religion and philosophy- Offers an interdisciplinary approach to a major historical era- Discusses and analyzes often-studied topics such as industralization, social thought and reform, colonial expansion, and cultural identity- International in scope: focus is on Britain, but articles cover British influence in the United States, Europe, Ireland, and the British Empire, including special attention to India, Australia, and Africa- Selected primary sources, with commentary, offer documentary evidence of major themes of the era- Provides coverage of all aspects of everyday life, domestic life, and social conditions- Articles are written in a clear, concise, and engaging manner by scholars and experts in their fieldsThe goal of every essay is to not only identify the main features of the topic, but also to help the reader understand how the topic in question fits into ... Biographical essays contain a brief header that identifies birth and death dates and places.

Title:Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era
Author:James Eli Adams, Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast
Publisher:Grolier - 2003-10


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