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In 1926, the Empire Marketing Board (EMB) was established to foster empire trade without the use of tariffs. It was to simulate imperial preference by redirecting consumer choice away from ‘foreign’… Continue Reading
The reprogramming of adult cells to generate induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells has advanced the study of disease modeling and is potentially of use as autologous cell replacement therapy. This… Continue Reading
In the aftermath of the recent London underground bombings the media almost immediately drew upon the Blitz in an attempt to provide some historical context to these events. These comparisons were… Continue Reading
In April 1907, at the Colonial Conference in London, the premiers of the white self-governing colonies met with members of the imperial government to reconcile two apparently conflicting objectives:… Continue Reading
ABSTRACTFollowing the recent cultural turn in economic history, this article resurrects a neglected imperial trade war between Lancashire and Australia to explore the nature of the cultural economy… Continue Reading