Author Archives: Joseph Hardwick

About Joseph Hardwick

Joseph Hardwick is Lecturer in History at University of Northumbria.

Mapping Tyneside Radicalism

The ‘Histories of Activism’ group is currently putting together a website that maps moments of radical activity that have occurred on Tyneside since the seventeenth century. Mapping Tyneside Radicalism is designed to create a space where academics, researchers and local … Continue reading

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Cultures of Integrity: c.1775 – c.1851. Call for Submissions

Edited collection on the culture of integrity We are seeking submissions for a proposed edited collection of essays that examines the meaning and uses of ‘integrity’ in British, American, and transatlantic societies in the period from the American Revolution to … Continue reading

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Integrity, Institutions and the Transatlantic Age of Reform

The following text was used to introduce a panel on ‘Integrity and the Reform of Public Life in the Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic World’  at the ‘Integrity Lost; Integrity Gained: Social Conditions and Institutional Pressures’ conference, April 2014.

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William Gladstone: Portraits of Integrity

Joe Hardwick’s introduction to our Portraits of Integrity meeting on William Gladstone. Readings Background Readings and Modern Commentary Perry Butler, Gladstone: Church, State and Tractarianism (Oxford, 1982), pp. 120-32. H. C. G. Matthew, Gladstone, 1809-1898 (Oxford, 1997), pp. 59-73. Primary … Continue reading

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