Monthly Archives: June 2013

REVIEW: Family Secrets: living with shame from the Victorians to the present day by Deborah Cohen (Penguin, 2013)

Deborah Cohen’s Family Secrets: living with shame from the Victorians to the present day is an engaging and vivacious read. Filled to the brim with well-researched anecdotes and well-chosen illustrations, it is certainly enjoyable. Cohen’s premise is essentially that as … Continue reading

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PhD Studentship on the Diplomatic Family, plus new articles of interest

It’s been another beautiful week of late spring on its best behaviour here, as I huddle in my office cultivating what I affectionately call my “archives tan” (or, in this case, my slogging-through-some-edits tan). And it’s another week of announcements: … Continue reading

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June Announcements

Hello, and happy Sunday! A fly-by update of announcements today — two publications that caught my eye lately, two conference programs in my recent past to highlight, and one forthcoming publication of interest — with, as always, the hopes of … Continue reading

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