Propaganda - a misnomer of rhetoric and persuasion? Bertrand Taithe and Tim Thornton. Part 1 State building and propaganda: visual propaganda in England in the later Middle Ages, Sarah Gaunt; propaganda, political communication and the problem of English responses to the introduction of printing, Tim Thornton; themes of power and identity in the court festivals of ducal Lorraine, 1563-1624. Part 2 The age of revolutions - from dynasties to ideologies: the search for Northern allies - Stuart and Cromwellian propagandists and protagonists in Scandinavia, 1649-60; superstition, enthusiasm and propagandism - Burke and Gentz on the nature of the French Revolution, Laszlo Kontler; forging new Frenchmen - state propaganda in the Rhineland, 1794-1814; selling Bonarpartism or simply selling copies? - the Napeoleonic legend and popular almanacs, Geoff Watkins. Part 3 Gendering and embodying propaganda: Flora Tristan's socialist propaganda in provincial France, 1843-1844 - the relationship between propaganda, identity and political rhetoric in Flora Tristan's campaign for a workers' union, Maire F. Cross; propagandizing as socialist women - the case of the women's columns in British socialist newspapers, 1884-1914, Karen Hunt and June Hannam; VD propaganda, sexual hygiene and the state in interwar Scotland, Roger Davidson. Part 4 War and propaganda: rhetoric propaganda and memory - framing the Franco-Prussian War, Bertrand Taithe; the Irish recruiting and anti-recruiting campaigns, 1914-1918, Tim Bowman; between ourselves - the letter as propaganda, Margaretta Jolly. Part 5 Interwar and ideology: projectng an image of a great nation on the world screen through football - British cultural propaganda between the wars, Peter J. Beck; the novel as propaganda - revisiting the debate, Graham Barnfield. Part 6 The age of communication and persuasion: projecting Jackie - Kennedy administration film propaganda overseas in Leo Seltzer's Invitation to India, Invitation to Pakistan and Jacqueline Kennedy's Asian Journey (1962), Nicholas J. Cull; third-wave info-propaganda - psychological operations in the post-Cold War era, Philip Taylor.