British Essay Topics

British recruitment

Women’s rights has for a long time been topical issue. Throughout history women are portrayed as the inferior counterpart of men. Many women including those today are shown to disprove this idea . They have completed varying levels of education. They have worked for the environment for peace and leaders of important businesses. Yet still… View Article

Empire On The Development Of British

In 1715, Great Britain ended the War of the Spanish Succession as an emergent imperial power, with a new base at Gibraltar and her naval victory at Malaga. Over the next century, she became as a true world power. Her emergence as an intellectual and scientific power helped stimulate the growth of her empire, and… View Article

Impressment of British

Centuries of conflict in different places over different reasons and advocacies have bred the need for strategies in acquiring the necessary numbers for a fighting chance at battle. It is a simple concept: the more troops you have, the better chances of winning. The British for instance, adopted the Impressment system in the 17th century…. View Article

The Sun House

Maxwell Fry is an outstanding British Architech, who left bright and unforgettable heritage after him. He was the one who devoted his life to architecture and was considered to be modernist architect. The pieces of Fry’s architecture could be found all over Britain and this essay would represent the analysis of his first London Creations… View Article

British Literature

This lesson is a continuation of the study of British literature and will focus on literature from the Neoclassical Period to today. This lesson is only an overview of some of the authors and literary works produced in England during a particular period. There are many other authors that made important contributions to the literature… View Article

Grace of God

The traditional social order is marked by the three estates it comprised off. The ruler who is supposed to be ‘by the Grace of God’ was absolute in his power. The first estate comprised of the clergy who were responsible for community well being by conducting prayers and sacred ceremonies. The next estate is the… View Article

British & independence

Through this education, Douglass witnessed and later identified the hypocrisy that came from a country that fought the British for independence, yet was unwilling to extend that right to his own people as well as the hypocrisy that existed in Christianity in which the religion was used by slave owners, to justify the continuation of… View Article

Early Modern British Literature

The period of British cultural history which saw the brittle gaiety of the 1920s, the social consciousness of the 1930s, the world war followed by the welfare state of the 1940s and the chastened readjustments of the 1950s, is not easy to describe in general terms. The Second World War does not appear in retrospect… View Article

British Government

Evaluate different methods of estimating the current extinction rate. Do you think that humans will induce a mass extinction on the same scale as the Big Five? Introduction: There is consensus in the scientific community that the current massive degradation of habitat and extinction of many of the Earth’s biota is unprecedented and is taking… View Article

Maori and Swedes

Identity and its defining characteristics have long been the center of debates and arguments among social sciences, psychologists and among scholars who deals with cultural studies. As defined by Wren (2001), identities are narratives, not things. Like other narratives, identities are fashioned in discourse, and hence “in specific historical and institutional sites within specific discursive… View Article

What was the most important cause of world war

On Sunday 28th June, 1914, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian Throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, and his wife, were assassinated by Gavrilo Princip, part of a Serbian Terrorist Group, called the Black Hand at Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovnia. This event and the tension between Europe was a trigger that set off declarations of… View Article

Asylum Seekers

I have chosen to do my discursive essay on asylum seekers. I will try to separate lies from facts. I had to think carefully about this topic as there are so many different views on asylum seekers. I also opted to look into asylum seekers because I found that they are an extremely oppressed group…. View Article

Caribbean Integration

I read with great interest a March 4, 2012 article in the Jamaica Gleaner by former Assistant Secretary General of the CARICOM Secretariat, where he argues that poor leadership – political, institutional, and business – has failed the Caribbean integration process. In a recent Facebook discussion I was engaged in, a learned colleague questioned the… View Article