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The Rising Generation and the Fogram: Locating Adulthood in Eighteenth-Century England (2024)
Book Chapter
Crosbie, B. (in press). The Rising Generation and the Fogram: Locating Adulthood in Eighteenth-Century England. In M. Cannon, & L. Tisdall (Eds.), Adulthood in Britain and the United States from 1350 to Generation Z. London: London University Press

Adulthood is surprisingly hard to locate in histories of eighteenth-century England. The historiography might be dominated by those between childhood and old age, but this reflects an unconscious bias in which the middle stage of life is an implicit... Read More about The Rising Generation and the Fogram: Locating Adulthood in Eighteenth-Century England.

Anne Fisher: Gender and Print in Eighteenth-Century Newcastle upon Tyne (2023)
Journal Article
Crosbie, B. (in press). Anne Fisher: Gender and Print in Eighteenth-Century Newcastle upon Tyne. Archaeologia Aeliana, Series 6, vol. 1,

This paper investigates the working life of Anne Fisher (1719-1778), an author and educationalist who worked alongside her husband, Thomas Slack, in their printing office cum bookshop on Middle Street/Union Street, Newcastle upon Tyne. Attention is f... Read More about Anne Fisher: Gender and Print in Eighteenth-Century Newcastle upon Tyne.

Age Relations and Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century England (2020)
Book
Crosbie, B. (2020). Age Relations and Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century England. Boydell & Brewer

Interactions between age groups were central to major social and cultural developments in eighteenth-century England, and this book serves as a powerful reminder that people lived through not in the past. This book explores the links between age rela... Read More about Age Relations and Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century England.