John Tosh

As the democratic franchise expanded in the 19th century, British historians were eager to offer an informed view of the past to the new electorate. We need similar initiatives today, argues John Tosh.

John Tosh argues that historians should find ways to teach undergraduates the practical applications of their uniquely insightful discipline.

John Tosh examines the intriguing tensions between masculinity and domesticity in 19th-century Britain.