Proceedings of History Week 2019: Victorian and Edwardian Malta

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paperback; illustrated

198 in stock

Weight 0.4 kg
Editor

Noel Buttigieg, George Cassar

Date

2022

George Cassar & Noel Buttigieg, Victorian and Edwardian Malta (1837-1910): change and continuity, p. 7
Vicki Ann Cremona, Leisure and play in Malta between 1837 and 1910, p. 24
Evelyn Pullicino, Guilty or Not Guilty? Her Majesty’s Criminal Court 1838-88, p. 46
Jonathan Borg, Antiquities in motion – The transfer of statues and inscriptions into museum in the closing decades of the nineteenth century, p. 61
George E. Camilleri, The regulation of the Dental Profession in the Victorian and Edwardian periods (1837-1910), p. 76
Joseph Galea, An island in the grip of death: the cholera affliction of 1837 in Malta, p. 83
Christopher Grech, Court uniform in Malta during the reigns of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII, p. 97
James Hamberger, The British Mediterranean Fleet in the last decade of the nineteenth century through the diaries of Paymaster John Cecil Baker, p. 115
Charles J. Farrugia, ‘Il Cunsilier tal Kakgha!’ – A case study of village politics during Victorian Malta, p. 129
Sarah Watkinson, Charles Francis Stevens (1808-79) – a life well-lived or a ‘bad brother’?, p. 144
Roberta Cruciata, La Statua della Augusta Regina by Giuseppe Valenti in Valletta, p. 156
Noel d’Anastas, The Music Halls in the exuberance of the “Roaring Twenties” and the Great Depression – Malta: A sense of British Identity, p. 190
William Zammit, Nationhood, Church and Empire: the growth and diversity of printing in Malta (1839-1910), p. 207
Charles Xuereb, Competing collective memories during the Victorian era: Maltese identity and post-colonial consequences, p. 220