Professor Joanna Innes: List of publications

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Democracy from book to life: the emergence of the term in active political debate, to 1848

Happiness Contested: Happiness and Politics in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth centuries

Suffering and Happiness in England, 1550-1850 Narratives and Representations

Consensus and the Majoritarian Principle in English Parliamentary Politics during the 18th and 19th Centuries

‘Networks’ in British History

Parliament and Church Reform: Off and On the Agenda

Introduction: Settlement and belonging in Europe, 1500-1930s: Structures, negotiations and experiences

Re-imagining Democracy in the Age of Revolutions: America, France, Britain, Ireland 1750-1850

The Weavers in Parliament: The Legitimacy of the People's Policy (England, 1799-1800)

Regulating Wages in Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century England: Arguments in Context

Forms of 'Government Growth', 1780-1830

‘L’« éducation nationale » dans les îles Britanniques, 1765-1815 : Variations britanniques et irlandaises sur un thème européen’ [National Education: British and Irish Variations on a European Theme, 1760-1815]

Power and Happiness: Empirical Social Enquiry in Britain, from 'Political Arithmetic' to 'Moral Statistics'

The Protestant carpenter - William Payne of Bell Yard (c.1718-82): the life and times of a London informing constable

Inferior Politics

Rethinking the Age of Reform: Britain 1780-1850

Introduction

Libraries in Context: Social, Cultural and Intellectual Background 1750-1850

Legislation and Public Participation 1760-1830

Central Government 'Interference': Changing Conceptions, Practices and Concerns 1688-1840

La « réforme » dans la vie publique anglaise. Les fortunes d'un mot

‘Reform’ in English Public Life: the Fortunes of a Rord

Legislating for Three Kingdoms: How the Westminster Parliament Legislated for England, Scotland and Ireland, 1707-1830

Origins of the Factory Acts: the Health and Morals of Apprentices Act 1802

The Distinctiveness of the English Poor Laws, 1750-1850

Governing Diverse Societies

Managing the Metropolis: London's Social Problems and Their Control, c. 1660-1830

Managing the metropolis: London's social problems and their control, c. 1660-1830.

Politics and Government 1700-1840

The State and the Poor: Eighteenth-century England in Comparative Perspective

What would a Four-Nations History of Eighteenth-Century Social Policy Entail?

Charity, Philanthropy and Reform From the 1690s to 1850

State, Church and Voluntarism in European Welfare 1690-1850

The local acts of a national parliament: Parliament’s role in sanctioning local action in eighteenth-century Britain

Introduction

The Mixed Economy of Welfare in Early Modern England: Assessments of the Options from Hale to Malthus (1683-1803)

The Domestic Face of the Military-Fiscal State: State and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain

Politics, Property and the Middle Class

II Representative histories: recent studies of popular politics and political culture in eighteenth and early nineteenth‐century England

Politics and Morals: the Reformation of Manners Movement in Later Eighteenth-Century England

Parliament and the Shaping of Eighteenth-Century English Social Policy

Jonathan Clark, social history and England's "ancien regime"

Prisons for the Poor: English Bridewells 1555-1800

The Crime Wave: Recent Writing on Crime and Criminal Justice in Eighteenth-Century England

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