Author: Richard Rodger
Publisher: Leicester Univ Pr; New edition edition (September 1, 1993)
Category: Politics & Government
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Appendices: public and private sector housing completions, since 1919; principal Scottish housing legislation since 1890; the crisis of Scottish housing before 1914, Richard Rodger; rent strikes and independent labour - the re-making of class politics?, . elling; national policies and local tensions; state housing and the Great war, . hitham; government sponsorship of New Towns-Gretna 1915-1917, . innet; eight pounds cottages.
Formerly Professor of Urban History and Director of the Centre for Urban History at the University of Leicester, since 2007 he has been Professor of Economic and Social History at Edinburgh University. a b "Professor Richard Rodger", Edinburgh University. Retrieved 12 August 2017.
Richard Rodger is Professor of Urban History at Leicester University and .
Richard Rodger is Professor of Urban History at Leicester University and Director of the Centre for Urban History. He teaches courses in economic and social history and is interested in the application of computing to historical analysis.
Scottish housing in the twentieth century Close. Are you sure you want to remove Scottish housing in the twentieth century from your list? Scottish housing in the twentieth century. Published 1989 by Leicester University Press in Leicester, New York.
Richard Rodger (e., Scottish Housing in the Twentieth Century. Leicester, London and New York: Leicester University Press, 1989.
In book: Anglo-Scottish Relations, from 1900 to Devolution and Beyond, p. 6-34
In book: Anglo-Scottish Relations, from 1900 to Devolution and Beyond, p. 6-34. Cite this publication. The last two centuries have seen the rise of the nation-state as the dominant political institution around the world. However, state and nation are not always equivalent. The sovereign and the House of Lords were the dignified or the showy parts, imposing spectacles designed to serve as reminders of a glorious past and to impress an uneducated populace with the authority of the state. The cabinet and the House of Commons were the efficient parts, where the real work went on, where men of business transacted affairs of state using the authority obtained by the dignified parts.
1989)Scottish Housing in the Twentieth Century, Leicester: Leicester University Press. Rodger, R. and H. Al-Qaddo (1989) The Scottish Special Housing Association and the Implementation of Scottish Housing Policy, 1937–1987, in R. Rodger (e.,Scottish Housing in the Twentieth Century, Leicester: Leicester University Press, pp. 184–210. Scottish Homes (1990)Strategic Plan, Edinburgh: Scottish Homes. Scottish Office (1988)New Life for Urban Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Twentieth-century English literature. It also includes, to some extent, the US, though the main article here is American literature.
Richard B. Morris, an internationally known early American scholar, was a historian at both City College of New York and Columbia University
Richard B. Morris, an internationally known early American scholar, was a historian at both City College of New York and Columbia University. His dissertation, Studies in the History of American Law, helped establish American legal history as a field. This biography is based primarily upon Morris' extensive papers and the recollections of historians who knew him well. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc. Book Format.