PART I: METHODOLOGY.- 1. A New Plea for an Old Subject? Four Nations History for the Modern Period; Naomi Lloyd-Jones and Margaret Scull.- 2. J.G.A. Pocock and the Politics of British History; Ian McBride.- 3. `A Vertiginous Sense of Impending Loss': Four Nations History and the Problem of Narrative; Paul O'Leary.- PART 2: PRACTICE.- 4. The Eighteenth-Century Fiscal-Military State: A Four Nations Perspective; Patrick Walsh.- 5. The Scottish Enlightenment and the British-Irish Union Of 1801; James Stafford.- 6. Celticism and the Four Nations in the Long Nineteenth Century; Ian B. Stewart.- 7. The Beefeaters at the Tower of London, 1826-1914 - Icons of Englishness or Britishness?; Paul Ward.- 8. Regional Societies and the Migrant Edwardian Royal Dockyard Worker: Locality, Nation and Empire; Melanie Bassett.- 9. Four Nations Poverty 1870-1914: The View from the Centre to the Margins; Oliver Betts.- 10. Wales and Socialism 1880-1914: Towards a Four Nations Analysis; Martin Wright.- Index
Naomi Lloyd-Jones researches responses to Irish Home Rule in
Margaret M. Scull writes on the Catholic Church during the Northern Irish Troubles.
They are both based at King's College London, UK, and are co-founders of the Four Nations History Network.