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"Spreading the light": European Freemasonry and Russia in the eighteenth century
This dissertation attempts to determine the intellectual, cultural, and social contributions of the European Freemasons who corresponded with, traveled to, or lived and worked in Russia. My study is based on the assumption ...
The death of the angel: Guy Hocquenghem and the French cultural revolution after May 1968
A leader of the student movements in 1968, a pioneer of homosexual liberation in the 1970s, and a lifelong critic and polemist of French society, Guy Hocquenghem published some twenty books and literally hundreds of articles ...
Religion, reason, responsibility: James Martineau and the transformation of theological radicalism in Victorian Britain, 1830--1900
This dissertation is a study of the shifting presence of religious groups in nineteenth-century British public life. It concentrates on Unitarians, a denomination little studied by historians but who were one of the key ...