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The Social Interpretation of the French Revolution by Alfred Cobban - Book Review

The Social Interpretation of the French Revolution is an analysis of the social background of the French Revolution by English historian Alfred Cobban.

If nothing else, I found the title of this book to be amusing, since Cobban spends the entire length of the work refuting the idea that the French Revolution was a social revolution at all. 281 more words

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           A ruba’i is a two-line stanza with two parts per line, hence the word Rubaiyat derived from the Arabic language root for “four,” meaning “quatrains”. 805 more words

It All Started with a Selfie & a SNAPSHOT!

Lately, it has been so hard to decide whether someone, in front of you, is all natural or stuffed, cut, cropped and all those sorts of funny stuff while undertaking a plastic surgery! 632 more words

Social Influence

IWM’s Social Interpretation project: engaging with audiences and taking it forward

Last time we visited IWM’s Social Interpretations project, Jane Audas updated us on how the project was coming along. Check out the video below to see what the project actually implemented, and how they’re using the findings for future projects at the museum… 302 more words

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Positive and Negatives of Digital R&D Notes from UKMW12

Last Friday I had the pleasure of speaking at the Museum Computer Groups UK Museums on the Web: UKMW12 ‘Strategically Digital’ conference at the Wellcome Collection, London.   939 more words