Table of contents for Rethinking the age of reform : Britain 1780-1850 / edited by Arthur Burns and Joanna Innes.

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1. Introduction Joanna Innes and Arthur Burns
2. 'Reform' in English public life: the fortunes of a word Joanna Innes
3. Parliament, the state, and 'old corruption': conceptualising reform, c. 1790-1832 Philip Harling
4. 'Old wine in new bottles': the concept and practice of law reform, c. 1780-1830 Michael Lobban
5. English 'church reform' revisited, 1780-1840 Arthur Burns
6. Medicine in the age of reform Ian A. Burney
7. British antislavery reassessed David Turley
8. 'The age of physiological reformers': rethinking gender and domesticity in the age of reform Kathryn Gleadle
9. Reforming the aristocracy: opera and elite culture, 1780-1860 Jennifer L. Hall-Witt
10. Reform on the London stage Katherine Newey
11. Reforming culture: national art institutions in the age of reform Holger Hoock
12. Irish reform between the 1798 rebellion and the great famine Jennifer Ridden
12. Empire and parliamentary reform: the 1832 reform act revisited Miles Taylor
14. Reforms, movements for reform and possibilities of reform: comparing Britain and continental Europe Jonathan Sperber.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Great Britain Politics and government 19th century, Great Britain Politics and government 1760-1820, Great Britain Parliament Reform