- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 1066 and All That: E. A. Freeman and the Importance of Being Memorable
- 2 From Tractarian to Democrat: The Intellectual Formation of E. A. Freeman
- 3 ‘Edward Semper Augustus’: E. A. Freeman on Rome, the Papacy, and the Unity of History<sup>1</sup>
- 4 An Erastian Descent: History and Establishment in the Thought of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley and E. A. Freeman
- 5 ‘Seeing Things With Our Own Eyes’: E. A. Freeman’s Historical Travels
- 6 The Consolations of Amero-Teutonism: E. A. Freeman’s Tour of the United States, 1881–2
- 7 Past History and Present Politics: E. A. Freeman and the Eastern Question
- 8 E. A. Freeman and the Culture of the Gothic Revival
- 9 Architecture as Evidence: E. A. Freeman and Harold’s Church
- 10 E. A. Freeman and G. G. Scott: An Episode in the Influence of Ideas
- 11 A Liberal Descent? E. A. Freeman’s Invention of Racial Traditions
- 12 Alter Orbis: E. A. Freeman on Empire and Racial Destiny
- 13 E. A. Freeman and His <i>History of the Norman Conquest</i>
- 14 Fanatical Hatred or Brotherly Love? Rethinking E. A. Freeman’s Feud with J. A. Froude
- 15 Habits of Thought and Judgement: E. A. Freeman on Historical Methods
- 16 Historical Mindedness and the World at Large: E. A. Freeman as Public Intellectual
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