Presented byProfessor Kate WilliamsRoyal historian A headstrong head of state Queen Victoria restored the reputation of a monarchy tarnished by the extravagance of her royal uncles. She also shaped a new role for the Royal Family, reconnecting it with the public through civic duties.
Politics Care outside the Community: Asylums 'The gradual appearance of state asylums, however, led to the expulsion of paupers. As Jonathan Andrews demonstrates, the Glasgow Royal Asylum and its physician-superintendent were intent upon "raising the social tone" so that repugnant social mixing would neither deter paying clients from seeking admission nor impede their treatment.
Byevery pauper had gone. Anne Borsay's review of Insanity, Institutions and Society, In the authors' response to the review, Joseph Melling remarked: This new work challenges many of the conclusions reached in the seminal studies of insanity by Michel Foucault and Andrew Scull.
The authors also seek to engage with the kind of post-modernist critique of historical practices which Anne Borsay has highlighted in her review.
The distance between state provision and class relations forms one of the issues which current and future historians of the nineteenth century will want to explore further.
The following extracts are taken from the review by Dr. Davis of the book The Great Exhibition of Comments regarding the background to the exhibition: The original desire of the group at the Society of Arts Comments regarding the exhibitions role in forming a British national identity: A nation, as he puts it, was on display'.Apr 10, · Queen Victoria was the longest reigning British monarch and defined her era like no other King or Queen before her.
But what made the Victorian Era so special? Subsequently, the twin fortresses of state and church became centers of politics and wealth throughout the Middle Ages.
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Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24 May – 22 January ) was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June until her death.
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This first issue of History in Focus looks at Victorian history and the resources available to study it. To find issues on other topics, go to our home page. KS2 History learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers organised by topic. Victoria: Queen Victoria, queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (–) and empress of India (–), who gave her name to an era, the Victorian Age.
During her reign with her husband, Prince Consort Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, the British monarchy took on its modern ceremonial character.