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Regulating Heterosocial Space: Sexual Politics in the Early Twentieth Century
Colonial Governmentality and the Public Sphere in India
Gerald Aylmer and DGOS: In Memoriam
‘When and What was the State?’ Some Introductory comments
Does Writing Construct the State?
The State: The Tyranny of a Concept?
‘When/What was the English State: the later Middle Ages?’
From Estate to State, Subject to Citizen? Some Later Tudor Vocabularies
‘The State as Monarchical Commonwealth’: ‘Tudor’ England
Wherein Lay The Late Seventeenth-Century State? Charles Davenant Meets Streynsham Master
The Management of the Eighteenth-Century State: Perceptions and Implications
Changing Perceptions of the State in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries
The ‘Liberal State’: Civil Society and Social Welfare in Nineteenth-Century England
Some Further Notes on the Difficulty of Studying the State, England and the first Empire, 1975 onwards