But the two earls did join a resistance party that backed an English pretender
against William straight afterwards. Their champion was Edgar 'the Aetheling' (
princeling), nephew of Edward the Confessor and grandson of King Edmund
Author: David Horspool
Publisher: Penguin UK
The English have a rich and glorious history of making trouble for themselves. One hundred and forty years before the French Revolution, the English executed their king and instituted a radical revolutionary government. In 1215, more than 570 years before the United States ratified its Bill of Rights, England's barons forced King John to accept the Magna Carta. In 1926 over 1.5 million strikers brought the nation to its knees. From the Peasants' Revolt to the suffragettes, from Oliver Cromwell to Arthur Scargill, this ground-breaking and hugely enjoyable book describes a rich and continuous tradition of resistance, rebellion and radicalism, of violent and charismatic individuals with axes to grind, and of social eruptions and political earthquakes that have shaped England's whole culture and character.
This was the first heroic tale of English resistance, and it has survived some 9oo
years. The twelfth-century works of William of Malmesbury and Henry of
Huntingdon were more than simply a literary phenomenon: they were pioneering
Author: Robert Tombs
A New York Times 2016 Notable Book Robert Tombs’s momentous The English and Their History is both a startlingly fresh and a uniquely inclusive account of the people who have a claim to be the oldest nation in the world. The English first came into existence as an idea, before they had a common ruler and before the country they lived in even had a name. They have lasted as a recognizable entity ever since, and their defining national institutions can be traced back to the earliest years of their history. The English have come a long way from those first precarious days of invasion and conquest, with many spectacular changes of fortune. Their political, economic and cultural contacts have left traces for good and ill across the world. This book describes their history and its meanings from their beginnings in the monasteries of Northumbria and the wetlands of Wessex to the cosmopolitan energy of today’s England. Robert Tombs draws out important threads running through the story, including participatory government, language, law, religion, the land and the sea, and ever-changing relations with other peoples. Not the least of these connections are the ways the English have understood their own history, have argued about it, forgotten it and yet been shaped by it. These diverse and sometimes conflicting understandings are an inherent part of their identity. Rather to their surprise, as ties within the United Kingdom loosen, the English are suddenly embarking on a new chapter. The English and Their History, the first single-volume work on this scale for more than half a century, and which incorporates a wealth of recent scholarship, presents a challenging modern account of this immense and continuing story, bringing out the strength and resilience of English government, the deep patterns of division and also the persistent capacity to come together in the face of danger.
( 7 ) Also , in times which are as the first velocities directly and the first resistance ,
which shows that Newton must have carried his fluxions resistances inversely ,
they lose the same fractions of their velocities , ( before 1687 ) far enough to
... the conclusion of peace between Tippoo and the East India Company , in the
condition which this view displays , and which tells something alike of the
character of Tippoo ' s fortifications and of the stubbornness of the English resistance .
TRANSLATION - NARRATIVES IN POST - CONQUEST HAGIOGRAPHY AND ENGLISH RESISTANCE TO THE NORMAN CONQUEST * Paul Antony Hayward
In the wake of the Norman Conquest many English churches equipped the cults
The Express counselled “ moral resistance all along , ' and its party carried it out ,
They knew the value of their resistance ; and foresaw the consequences of their
morality . The Express and its party ( the party of financial and parliamentary ...
THE LOGISTICS OF CONQUEST James Scott Wheeler English governments
fought three major wars of conquest in Ireland during the period 1594 to 1691.
These wars were protracted and hard fought struggles that stretched English ...
Author: Pádraig Lenihan
This comparative study of the three Irish wars of the seventeenth-century yields important new insights into continuity and contingency. The volume comprises ten thematic essays on the political context, the sinews of war, military operations and war and society .
THE RIGHT OF RESISTANCE . Magna Charta Sanotions Legal Insurrection . -
Passive Obedience . — The Bill of Rights Sanctions the Right of Resistance . “
Divine right and passive obedience are the most slavish and horrible of all
The advanced students' ambivalent attitude towards negative aspects of 'English'
culture also coexisted with a renewed appreciation for Chinese culture motivated
by students' study of English. Resistance and reappropriation All four groups ...
Author: Damian J. Rivers
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Within foreign language education contexts across the globe, inadequate attention has been paid to documenting the dynamics of identity development, negotiation and management. This book looks at these dynamics in specific relation to otherness, in addition to attitudinal and behavioural overtones created through use of the term 'foreign' (despite its position as an integral marker in language acquisition discourse). This book argues that individual identities are multidimensional constructs that gravitate around a hub of intricate social networks of multimodal intergroup interaction. The chapters pursue a collective desire to move the notion of identity away from theoretical abstraction and toward the lived experiences of foreign language teachers and students. While the identities entangled with these interactions owe a significant measure of their existence to the immediate social context, they can also be actively developed by their holders. The collection of chapters within this book demonstrate how foreign language education environments (traditional and non-traditional) are ideal locations for the development of a sophisticated repertoire of discursive strategies used in the formulation, navigation, expression and management of social identities and multiple selves.
To submit without resistance or murbear , mur . Some , none resist , tho ' not
exceeding fair . What thou art , resign to death . Sbakspeare . RESIGNA'TION . K.
s . [ resignation , Fr. ] 2. To not admit impression or force . 1. The act of resigning
The examinations that are designed to assess whether candidates are proficient
enough in English to undertake higher education studies in ... Resistance to this
norm can be seen in this volume in a narrative from the Unites States (Martinez).
Author: Pauline Bunce
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book explores the ways and means by which English threatens the vitality and diversity of other languages and cultures in the modern world. Using the metaphor of the Hydra monster from ancient Greek mythology, it explores the use and misuse of English in a wide range of contexts, revealing how the dominance of English is being confronted and counteracted around the globe. The authors explore the language policy challenges for governments and education systems at all levels, and show how changing the role of English can lead to greater success in education for a larger proportion of children. Through personal accounts, poems, essays and case studies, the book calls for greater efforts to ensure the maintenance of the world’s linguistic and cultural diversity.
Countering Sacheverell's attack, Robert Walpole argued that 'to plead for Resistance' was 'to assert and maintain the very Being of our present
Government and Constitution; and to assert Non-resistance, in that boundless
and unlimited sense ...
Author: Michael J. Braddick
Publisher: OUP Oxford
This Handbook brings together leading historians of the events surrounding the English revolution, exploring how the events of the revolution grew out of, and resonated, in the politics and interactions of the each of the Three Kingdoms - England, Scotland, and Ireland. It captures a shared British and Irish history, comparing the significance of events and outcomes across the Three Kingdoms. In doing so, the Handbook offers a broader context for the history of the Scottish Covenanters, the Irish Rising of 1641, and the government of Confederate Ireland, as well as the British and Irish perspective on the English civil wars, the English revolution, the Regicide, and Cromwellian period. The Oxford Handbook of the English Revolution explores the significance of these events on a much broader front than conventional studies. The events are approached not simply as political, economic, and social crises, but as challenges to the predominant forms of religious and political thought, social relations, and standard forms of cultural expression. The contributors provide up-to-date analysis of the political happenings, considering the structures of social and political life that shaped and were re-shaped by the crisis. The Handbook goes on to explore the long-term legacies of the crisis in the Three Kingdoms and their impact in a wider European context.
B + 1 NA NR + 1 пA A R A NA R + 1 NR + 7 let p , p be the intensities of the
currents ; the mutual action of these to traverse ; b , resistance of the liquid
through which the current two elements will then be represented in all cases by
the formula ...
Author: A. Suresh CanagarajahPublish On: 1999-08-26
3 Resistance to English in historical perspective It's good that everything's gone ,
except their language , which is everything . Derek Walcott , North and South The English language has had a history of imposition for political and material ...
Author: A. Suresh Canagarajah
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This book describes the creative strategies employed by teachers and students in periphery communities in order to use the English language in a manner that suits their needs while subtly resisting the linguistic imperialism that many scholars have identified as the consequence of the global ELT enterprise. After developing trends and ideas from those oppositional strategies, the book goes on to outline elements of a critical pedagogy suitable for ELT in formerly colonized communities. As the English language continues to spread globally, this book will be essential reading for English teachers and applied linguists wishing to understand the ideological challenges in the periphery. Curriculum planners and policy makers will also find it a necessary aid to exploring the pedagogical alternatives.
Author: Professor Victor HoulistonPublish On: 2013-06-28
If Protestants thought of the history of the church as a history of the English
people trying to cast off the Roman yoke, Persons insisted that English secular
rulers were culpable for stifling the flow of grace from Rome on which the spiritual
Author: Professor Victor Houliston
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
During his lifetime, the Jesuit priest Robert Persons (1546–1610) was arguably the leading figure fighting for the re-establishment of Catholicism in England. Whilst his colleague Edmund Campion may now be better known it was Persons's tireless efforts that kept the Jesuit mission alive during the difficult days of Elizabeth's reign. In this new study, Person's life and phenomenal literary output are analysed and put into the broader context of recent Catholic scholarship. The book bridges the gap between historical studies, on the one hand, and literary studies on the other, by concentrating on Persons's contribution as a writer to the polemical culture of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. As well as discussing his wider achievements as leader of the English Jesuits – founding three seminaries for English priests, corresponding regularly with Catholic activists in England, writing over thirty books, holding the post of rector of the English College in Rome, and being a trusted consultant to the papacy on English affairs – this study looks in detail at what is arguably his greatest legacy, The First Booke of the Christian Exercise (more commonly known as the Book of Resolution). That book, first published in 1582, was to prove the cornerstone of Persons's missionary effort, and a popular work of Catholic devotion, running to several editions over the coming years. Although Persons was ultimately unsuccessful in his ambition to return England to the Catholic fold, the story of his life and works reveals much about the ecclesiastical struggle that gripped early modern Europe. By providing a thorough and up-to-date reassessment of Persons this study not only makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the polemical context of post-Reformation Catholicism, but also of the Jesuit notion of the 'apostolate of writing'. This book is published in conjunction with the Jesuit Historical Institute series 'Bibliotheca Instituti Historici Societatis Iesu'.
Unit of resistance (Elect. ), the standard of measurement of electric resistance.
The unit adopted by the British Association is called ano/im (which see) ; tt is
about equal to the resistance of a round copper wire 485 meters long and 1
000 5000 12 At 4 miles an hour it would require 4 increasing the velocity on a rail
- way , the resistance is not at all increased ; 8 - - - - - 16 . . 12 - it is , if any thing ,
rather diminished . Or , 1 Abstracting from consideration the At 4 miles an hour ...
Resistance may be either active or passive : active, as in the exertion of force to
stop, repel, defeat, or counteract progress, motion, or design ; passive, as that of
a fixed body which interrupts or stops the passage of a moving body. " Resistance ...