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"Some Imperial Institute": Architecture, Symbolism, and the Ideal of Empire in Late Victorian Britain, 1887-93
This article explores the relationship between architecture and imperial idealism in late Victorian Britain. It traces the development of the Imperial Institute in the South Kensington section ofExpand
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NATION AND EMPIRE IN THE GOVERNMENT ARCHITECTURE OF MID-VICTORIAN LONDON: THE FOREIGN AND INDIA OFFICE RECONSIDERED
In 1856 the British government held an international competition for the design of public offices to be located near Whitehall and the houses of parliament. Comprising a Foreign Office and WarExpand
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Stones of Empire
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Making history : Edward Augustus Freeman and Victorian cultural politics
I INTRODUCTION II FAITH IN HISTORY III TRAVELLING THROUGH TIME IV THE FABRIC OF HISTORY V RACE AND EMPIRE VI THE SCIENCE OF HISTORY VII CONCLUSION
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Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in the British Empire, 1840-1870
The Gothic Revival movement in architecture was intimately entwined with 18th- and 19th-century British cultural politics. By the middle of the 19th century, architects and theorists had transformedExpand
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Review: Robert Willis and the Foundation of Architectural History by Alexandrina Buchanan
Alexandrina Buchanan Robert Willis and the Foundation of Architectural History Woodbridge, UK: Boydell Press, 2013, 452 pp., 82 b/w illus. $99 (cloth), ISBN 9781843838005 When, in 1818, JohannExpand
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HISTORY AS FORM: ARCHITECTURE AND LIBERAL ANGLICAN THOUGHT IN THE WRITINGS OF E. A. FREEMAN*
Traditionally viewed as one of the leading lights of Whig history in the High Victorian period, Edward Augustus Freeman (1823–1892) is best known for his History of the Norman Conquest (1865–1876).Expand
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