When you study history at the University of Memphis, you learn from a team of talented, award-winning scholars and teachers. You absorb the diverse, important, and fascinating lessons of the human past. And you master the necessary skills to succeed in today’s economy: you think critically, research deeply, analyze complex events, and write with clarity and distinction.
Our faculty members teach courses on a wide variety of themes, time periods, and geographic regions, and they teach many of them online. We are one of the few major research universities to offer both the B.A. and M.A. degrees online.
This catalogue lists every series or publication on British History Online. Most of our volumes are part of series; those that are single publications are listed as such.
Sort alphabetically or by number or volumes. You may also browse the series or publications associated with a specific place, subject, period, or source type.
‘Stray Voices’ is a new project at the Centre for Metropolitan History which explores the buried stories of homeless men and women whose voices remain silent or unheeded within the historical record. Various events are planned in connection with this project including a research-led guided walk, a forum theatre workshop and a two-day scholarly conference.
This day will provids an opportunity to learn about IHR publications on- and off-line and about the wide range of IHR activities – lectures, seminars, conferences and training courses available to postgraduate students in history and associated disciplines.
The octane rating is a measure of a fuel’s ability to avoid knock. Knock occurs when fuel is prematurely ignited in the engine’s cylinder, which degrades efficiency and can be damaging to the engine. Knock is virtually unknown to modern drivers. This is primarily because fuels contain an oxygenate that prevents knock by adding oxygen to the fuel. This oxygenate is commonly referred to as octane.
Early in its use as a fuel additive, health concerns were raised regarding the use of lead in gasoline. In 1924, 15 refinery workers in New Jersey and Ohio died of suspected lead poisoning. As a result, the Surgeon General temporarily suspended the production of leaded gasoline and convened a panel to investigate the potential dangers of lead use in gasoline. While the panel found insufficient evidence of lead poisoning over a short time period, the panel warned that longer exposure to lead could result in “chronic degenerative diseases of a less obvious character.”
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