New College of the Humanities

Edward Royle

Charles Bradlaugh stood against much that was dear to Victorian Britain: an outspoken atheist in a seriously Christian culture; a republican in a...

Edward Royle explains how labels were used in early industrial Britain for propaganda rather than description.  

Edward Royle looks at the most relevant titles on the 19th-century working-class political movement.

by Owen Chadwick

Chapel and Politics, 1870-1914 by D.W. Bebbington

Edward Royle considers the rise of secular Britain

The Second Coming: Popular Millenarianism 1780-1850 J. F. C. Harrison Expectations of a Second Coming have become the subject of serious historical...