Kingsley's Political Positions
- Introduction (materials needed)
- Kingsley and the Working Man's College (materials needed)
- Charles Kingsley’s Commitment to Social Reform
- Kingsley and Chartism
- Kingsley's attack on poverty
- Victorian Political History: An Overview
- Kingsley's muscular Christian heroes, "national conceit," and British imperialsm
- Carlyle, the worship of strength, and Kingsley's later racism
- Race and Religion in the Victorian Age: Charles Kingsley, Governor Eyre and the Morant Bay Rising
- Kingsley and Doyle's The Lost World in the context of Darwinism, imperialism, and South Anerican history
- British Empire: An Overview
- The Crimean War
- Broad Church Anglicanism
- Kingsley's Muscular Christianity
- Kingsley's attack on John Henry Newman
- Purging Christianity of Its Semitic Origins: Arnold, Kingsley, and the Bible
Baker, William J. "Charles Kingsley on the Crimean War: A Study in Chauvinism." Southern Humanities Review 1970.
Brantlinger, Patrick. The Spirit of Reform: British Literature and Politics, 1832-1867. Cambridge, MA & London: Harvard UP, 1977.
Hawley, John C., S.J. "Responses to Charles Kingsley's Attack on Political Economy Victorian Periodicals Review. 1986 (19/4) 131-137.
Kovacevic, Ivanka. "Charles Kingsley's Imperialism and the Victorian Frame of Mind." Filoloski Pregled 1975 (3-4) 55-72.
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