List of Contributors.
Bibliography of the Publications of Richard W. Davis compiled by Nancy LoPatin-Lummis.
A Public Life: Richard W. Davis, Historian, Mentor and Gentleman: Nancy LoPatin-Lummis (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point).
Introduction: Nancy LoPatin-Lummis (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point).
Section I: Public Life:.
1. Managers and Agents: Conservative Party Organisation in the 1850s: Edwin Jaggard.
2. ‘Underhand Dealings with the Papal Authorities’: Disraeli and the Liberal Conspiracy to Disestablish the Irish Church: Padraic C. Kennedy (York College of Pennsylvania).
3. A Usable Past: History and the Politics of National Identity in Late Victorian England: Richard A. Cosgrove (University of Arizona).
4. T.H. Green and the Dissidence of Dissent: On Religion and National Character in Nineteenth-Century England: Denys P. Leighton (Tulane University).
5. Een-Gonyama Gonyama!: Zulu Origins of the Boy Scout Movement and the Africanisation of Imperial Britain: Timothy Parsons (Washington University).
6. ‘The Cow is Still the Most Important Figure in Indian Politics!’: Religion, Imperial Culture and the Shaping of Indian Political Reform in the 1930s: Andrew Muldoon (Metropolitan State College of Denver).
Section II: Public Lives:.
7. Sir John Coxe Hippisley: That ‘Busy Man’ in the Cause of Catholic Emancipation: Susan Mitchell Sommers (St Vincent College, Latrobe).
8. ‘With All My Oldest and Native Friends’. Joseph Parkes: Warwickshire Solicitor and Electoral Agent in the Age of Reform: Nancy LoPatin-Lummis (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point).
9. ‘Meddling with Politics’: The Political Role of Foreign Missions in the Early Nineteenth Century: Michael A. Rutz (University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh).
10. After Emancipation: Thomas Fowell Buxton and Evangelical Politics in the 1830s: Richard R. Follett (Covenant College).
11. A Provincial Minister in Politics: Henry W. Crosskey: R.K. Webb (University of Maryland).
12. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Episcopal Bench, and the Passage of the 1911 Parliament Act: Derek W. Blakeley (McNeese State University).
13. Political Ideas and Audiences: The Case of Arthur Bryant and the Illustrated London News, 1936–1945: Reba N. Soffer (California State University).