Category Archives: Institutions, Integrity and Reform: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

This project seeks to provide a space in which historians can consider the place of conscience and integrity in nineteenth-century reform debates and public life more generally. Read more »

Integrity and other ‘springs of action’ the lives of nineteenth-century reformers

This talk was given at the Activism and Integrity workshop, December 2013

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Final Programme for ‘Activism and Integrity’

The final programme for this workshop is now available to download here. For more information see the workshop page.

Posted in Action and speech, Institutions & Integrity, Institutions, Integrity and Reform: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Integrity & Protest, Integrity in the Early Modern & Modern Era, Integrity, Speech & Action project, Portraits of Integrity, Religion & Integrity, The Demandingness of Integrity: Saints & Monsters | Tagged | Leave a comment