By Pat Jalland, Pat Jalland , Graeme Davison , Wilfrid Prest
'Body and brain' can pay tribute to at least one of Australia's most eminent and influential historians, F.B. (Barry) Smith. Barry has made pioneering contributions to the political, social and cultural histories of england and Australia, and those essays variety around the fields he made his personal, in particular the interconnected histories of drugs (body) and concepts (mind). The editors collect a number of generations of Barry's admirers, colleagues, pals and scholars, together with Joanna Burke writing on conflict and commercial trauma, Peter Edwards at the Agent Orange controversy, Pat Jalland on demise within the London Blitz and Phillipa Mein Smith at the proposal of Australasia. Read more...
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C. Gatrell, ‘The Commercial Middle Class in Manchester, 1820–1857’, PhD Thesis, Cambridge, 1974, chs 1, 2. 40 H. B. Rodgers, ‘The Suburban Growth of Victorian Manchester’, Transactions of the Manchester Geographical Society, 1961–2, pp. 1–3. 41 Slugg, Reminiscences of Manchester Fifty Years Ago, p. 175. 42 Manchester Directories, 1830, 1832, and compare Kay’s observation in Moral and Physical Condition, p. 6. 43 William Cooke Taylor, Notes of a Tour of the Manufacturing Districts of Lancashire, Duncan and Malcolm, London, 1842, p.
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