Author: Christopher Arris Oakley
Publisher: Blackie Academic & Professional; Revised edition (May 1, 1991)
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Francis Christopher Oakley. Francis Christopher Oakley was the Edward Dorr Griffin Professor of the History of Ideas at Williams College, President Emeritus of Williams College and President Emeritus of the American Council of Learned Societies, New York. He also served as Interim Director of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. There, for forty years, he taught medieval and early-modern history for the history department, as well as courses in the Interdepartmental History of Ideas major (of which he was co-founder) and in the Environmental Studies Program until his retirement from the faculty in 2002.
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In 1700 Glasgow was just a small ecclesiastical and academic city near the West Coast of Scotland, with a population in the region of 20,000. Within one hundred years it became the Second City of the Empire. Another hundred years saw it the Sixth City of Europe. It takes a lower place among the cities of Europe today, and even its right to call itself the Second City of the Empire is being challanged.
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