Issue Two: Boundaries

Read Issue Two, Boundaries, below, or download a copy here. Links to individual articles can be found at the bottom of the page.

Exploring Challenges Faced by Women: Gendered Labour and Neoliberal Restructuring as Boundaries within Women’s Lived Experiences of Poverty (Alice Addison)

Is Class a Useful Category of Historical Analysis in the Study of Early Modern Society? (Joseph Callow)

Planetary Boundaries and Historical Time: Dipesh Chakrabarty’s Defence of Shared Political Responsibility for Climate Change (Dr Eva-Maria Nag)

Imagining Spaces: Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Identity Production in the Conceptualization of Europe (Bethany Mckenzie)

How New Borders After the First World War Failed to Resolve Ethnic Tensions (Anne Herbert-Ortega)

‘Boundaries of Control’ – E.R. Stevenson, Indian Colonialism and the Domestic Postcard (1880-1920) (Maximus McCabe-Abel)

The Fuero de Cuenca: Legal Innovation on the Medieval Iberian Frontier (William Guy)

A Bipolar World: The Poisoning of Sergei Skripal and Anglo-Russian Relations (Emily Glynn)

Corporate Complicity in Crimes Against Humanity: The Role of Ford Motor Company in the Argentine Disappearances (1976-1983) (Lara Longden)