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  History of Britain Summary
British society has been reshaped by the fall of trifunctionalism and the rise of the four-tiered social structure during the nineteenth century.
British history is the story of ongoing religious, social, and political struggles and the measures the people took to overcome them.
British history is defined by the perseverance of the British people to overcome the religious, social, and political struggles they have faced.
www.bookrags.com /History_of_Britain   (1408 words)

 British Endodontic Society: History
The European Society of Endodontology and the British Endodontic Society, having the expertise and professional responsibility necessary to assist the dental profession, have instituted guidelines on the standard of care and current good practice and also offers advice on the training requirements in endodontics.
The Society is governed by an elected Council consisting of sixteen members, headed by the President of the Society.
Membership of the Society is open to all in the dental profession and the Society extends a warm welcome to all its members.
www.britishendodonticsociety.org /history.htm   (200 words)

 History of British society - WikiLeasing.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Many people were finding different roles and responsibilities within society, with the growth of English common law giving people greater access to the alw and the "commons" starting to have a place in parliament during Edward I's time.After many years of growth and gradual change, there was one seismic event which changed British society dramatically.
Stuart society ended with the Glorious Revolution, perhaps not all that glorious, but it did show that the power of the king had not recovered from limitations it suffered in the civil war and was still under obligation to the state.
It can even be argued that these changes eclipsed the amssive shifts in society during the 20th century; certainly many of the developments of the 20th century have their roots in the 19th.
www.wikileasing.com /15/History_of_British_society.html   (5677 words)

 BSHM: home page
The aims of the British Society for the History of Mathematics are to promote research into the history of mathematics and its use at all levels of mathematics education.
History of mathematics courses in the UK The BSHM has compiled a list of history of mathematics courses taught within mathematics degrees within UK universities.
The society is very grateful for this type of donation which, as a registered charity, we are able to receive without deduction of tax so it is a very tax efficient way of helping the society and its work.
www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk /bshm   (1640 words)

 Resources of Scholarly Societies - History
International Committee for the History of Technology ["ICOHTEC was constituted as a Scientific Section within the Division of the History of Science of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science (IUHPS/DHS)....
Society for the History of Discoveries ["the discovery, exploration, and mapping of the earth's land and sea surface from earliest times to the present - the explorers and the explored."]
Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
www.lib.uwaterloo.ca /society/history_soc.html   (1488 words)

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She has taught history and women's studies at Temple University in PA (1996-2002) and at University of California, Berkeley, where she also was the Assistant Director of the Center for British Studies (2002-2005).
British history has proved a popular area for graduate students to concentrate in or to take as a minor field.
The field of British history is becoming progressively less internalist, and it is therefore increasingly important that students of British history embed their studies in a European or Empire context.
www.history.umd.edu /graduate/fields/british   (999 words)

 Anti-Slavery - Anti-Slavery - History
This broad-based society was at the forefront of the movements to abolish the slave trade (achieved in Britain in 1807) as well as slavery throughout the British colonies (achieved in 1833).
A year later the abolition campaign was expanded and the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society was formed on 17 April 1839, declaring its commitment to abolishing slavery throughout the world.
The Anti-Slavery and Aborigines' Protection Society played a key role in campaigning for and drafting the 1926 Convention on the Abolition of Slavery and the 1956 Supplementary Convention on the Abolition of Slavery, the Slave Trade and Institutions and Practices Similar to Slavery.
www.antislavery.org /homepage/antislavery/history.htm   (369 words)

 Welcome to the Walpole Society, Study the History of British Art
The Walpole Society’s purpose is to promote the study of the history of British Art.
The Society therefore has an unmatched record in the publication of the materials of the history of British art.
The period covered is the whole of the history of British art, from the middle ages to the present.
www.walpolesociety.org.uk   (264 words)

 Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Main Page
It is intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in modern European history and American history, as well as in modern Western Civilization and World Cultures.
Internet History Sourcebooks Project began as a way to access texts that were already available on the Internet, it now contains hundreds of texts made available locally.
Although the history of social and cultural elite groups remains important to historians, the lives of non-elite women, people of color, lesbians and gays are also well represented here.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/mod/modsbook.html   (951 words)

 British Society for Investigative Dermatology - about - history
The history of the British Society for Investigative Dermatology (BSID) can be traced back to 1968 when a sub-committee of the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) was formed to organise a winter meeting.
In 1982 the investigative group of the BAD was renamed the British Society for Investigative Dermatology and although still affiliated to the BAD, the BSID became a separate society.
To promote excellence in research, the society awards a number of prizes for oral and poster presentations at the annual meeting.
www.bsid.org.uk /utility/about/history/index.asp   (532 words)

 H. P. Blavatsky and the Theosophical Movement - Historical Sketch
To attempt to chronicle the life story of H.P.B. and of the Society she founded in 1875 demands a rare combination of qualities: perception of values, devotion to the theosophic ideals, a sense of history and, above all, an identification with the ageless purpose behind the sending of a messenger.
Nonetheless, it is a product of exhaustive research into the early history and documents of the Society, hostile and friendly, so that the end result is a faithful portrait of the Founder and her life work.
The history of any movement, especially one of spiritual origin, is best authored by a protagonist, by one who is convinced of the worthiness of his theme.
www.theosociety.org /pasadena/hpb-tm/hpbtm-hp.htm   (2284 words)

 British Brick Society - Home Page
The Society, founded in 1972, promotes the study and recording of all aspects of the archaeology and history of bricks, brickmaking and brickwork.
All share a fascination for the history and development of the manufacture and use of bricks.
A special reduced rate applies to members of the Brick Section of the British Archaeological Association (see Membership Application Form for details).
www.britishbricksoc.free-online.co.uk   (270 words)

 H-Net Review: Richard Cosgrove on Civil Society in British History: Ideas, Identities, Institutions
Civil society may mean, as Harris anticipated, institutions in the public sphere, social arrangements in the private sphere, or those areas where the public and the private overlap (p.
The long, ambiguous history of trade union status and the larger issue of class relationships speak directly to the purposes of civil society.
British exceptionalism has rested in part on the ability to emphasize the civil in civil society.
www.h-net.msu.edu /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=200651123090139   (1273 words)

 The British Aikido Board - Association History
The British Ki Society is the official branch in the UK of the Ki Aikido Headquarters, Japan.
The British Ki Society was established in 1976 and organises annual seminars conducted by Senior Instructors from the Headquarters in Japan.
The Coaching and Grading Syllabus at the Ki Society Headquarters includes the practice of Ki Development, Ki Meditation, Ki Breathing, Kiatsu and Ki Aikido and is closely followed by the British Ki Society.
www.bab.org.uk /associations/british_ki_society.html   (177 words)

 British Banking History Society
In the history of British banking the goldsmiths development of the promissory note and cheque, demand and time deposits, balance sheets and cash reserves provided the primitive but nevertheless essential elements of a modern banking system.
The second half of the nineteenth century was an age of British industrial and commercial supremacy, which called for an expansion of the services provided by the established banks.
The position of the government in directing and controlling this relationship is complex, but if we accept that industry, commerce and the government are the forces in society producing, controlling and distributing raw materials and wealth of all types, then the banks' function is that of a catalyst towards achieving a prosperous and balanced company.
www.banking-history.co.uk /history.html   (4281 words)

 British Isles Family History Society - USA
To encourage and educate members of the organization and the general public in British Isles family history through publications, lectures, consultations, etc.
To maintain British Isles family history materials for the use of members and the general public.
Membership is open to any individual, family, or institution interested in promoting the purposes of this society.
www.rootsweb.com /~bifhsusa   (227 words)

 Family History in India
If your ancestors served in the British Army in India, then you may be interested to read the histories of some of the regiments that served in India during colonial times.
There are also links to other regimental history websites, rolls of members of some regiments that served in India and a diary of a soldier who served in India in the Green Howards.
They include British, New Zealand and Dutch organisations - some of which are directly related to genealogy and others of which are related to the general subject of Europeans in India.
www.ozemail.com.au /~clday   (812 words)

 BREWERY HISTORY SOCIETY - The Society for all who are interested in the history of British breweries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The Society for all who are interested in the history of British breweries
This tends to contain histories of breweries and changes within the industry, and there are occasional "theme" issues.
BHS Archive: The Society's Archive is held at the Birmingham Central Library.
www.breweryhistory.com   (593 words)

 Cunard Steamship Society: Cunard Steamship Line, Samuel Cunard, British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet ...
The Cunard Steamship Society was incorporated as a nonprofit, membership based association under the provisions of the Societies Act for the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1998.
The Society has been very active in planning, promoting and presenting workshops and lectures on Cunard history to heritage and cultural institutions, service clubs, tour groups, maritime museums and marine interests in Halifax and elsewhere in the Maritimes.
MEMBERSHIP in the Society is encouraged - the annual cost is $25.00 CDN or $20.00 USD and may be paid by sending a cheque or money order in either Canadian or U.S funds to the office of the Society noted at the foot of the webpage.
www.cunardsteamshipsociety.com   (610 words)

 BREWERY HISTORY SOCIETY - The Society for all who are interested in the history of British breweries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The Brewery History Society Annual General Meeting is to be held at Shepherd Neame's brewery, Faversham, Kent, on 19 April 2007.
Pub history enquiries: The Brewery History Society does not have records relating to pubs.
If you have a query relating to pub history, there is useful information, including contact information, on the Pub History Society web site.
breweryhistory.com   (593 words)

 The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry: A short history
He wanted to know from Berman and Slack if the British would be interested as he felt it would be difficult to proceed without their support.
Holloway encouraged the London society to attract members and speakers from outside London and to arrange one provincial meeting away from the capital city.
In 1971, the Society’s representatives were invited to the Department of Health and Social Security to discuss concern about the poor standards of child dental health throughout the UK.
www.bspd.co.uk /about_history.html   (1732 words)

 British Society of Rheology. Records, 1940-ongoing.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The records include papers of the British Society of Rheology relating to conferences on rheology; other reological societies and scientific organizations, photographs, and a small group of papers concerning Hermann Killesreiter.
The British Society of Rheology was founded in 1940, mainly as a result of the increased interest in rheology (the science of the deformation and flow of matter) brought about by the second world war.
It was formed as the British Rheology Club and renamed the British Society of Rheology in 1950.
www.aip.org /history/catalog/icos/25310.html   (145 words)

 Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics
An Essay on the History of Civil Society, Adam Ferguson (1767) — The evolution of societies and their forms of government.
Documentary History of the Constitution of the United States of America, U.S. State Department (1894, 1900) —; A collection of documents, including some not in Elliot's Debates or the other works listed.
Documentary History of the Bill of Rights — From the English Bill of Rights through the proposed amendments of the state ratifying conventions to the drafts debated in Congress before adopting the final version.
www.constitution.org /liberlib.htm   (3675 words)

 History and Society
These extend in subject matter far beyond the recent history of the British Isles but the emphasis within these webpages is on British-related topics from the first decades of the twentieth century to today.
In addition, the Modern British Collections contain many publications which are themselves the subject of historical research, from legislative documents and political pamphlets to recipe books and popular magazines: each, in their own way, evidence of the particular time in which they were created.
This list includes guides to particular parts of the Modern British Collections, subject bibliographies, databases available onsite at the Library, subject-focused groups of links, and broader-based guides from across the Library's collections within which British history and society feature strongly.
www.bl.uk /collections/britirish/modbrihisoc.html   (269 words)

 The British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies
The British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies promotes the study of all aspects of eighteenth-century cultural history.
Its members are scholars and members of the public from all all over the world with a diverse range of interests in the history, art history, architecture, literature and culture of the eighteenth century.
The Society publishes the British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies twice a year, and a bulletin every quarter.
www.bsecs.org.uk   (110 words)

 English history and heritage guide - History of England
English history and culture, from the earliest prehistoric monuments like Stonehenge, to Roman Britain, Anglo-Saxon England, Medieval Britain, the Tudors, Stuarts, Georgian Britain, and the Victorian period.
From hedgerows to the history of tea, Explore the culture of England.
Living History is an active history magazine, written for people who want to be out there experiencing history, visiting the places where history was made and understanding how people used to live.
www.britainexpress.com /History   (250 words)

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