Late 18th and 19th century British history; political and cultural developments, theology and religious belief, social and economic thought.
About this Fellow
The history of 18th-, 19th- and 20th-century Prussia, Germany and Europe, especially the history of religion and religious conflict, the impact of the revolutions of 1848, the outbreak of the First World War and variations in the historical experience of
- Professor of Modern European History, University of Cambridge
Modern British and Irish history; the history of war, particularly political violence, and terrorism, public security, emergency powers and counter-insurgency in Ireland and Palestine under British rule
History and politics of southern Africa, especially the rural Eastern Cape; environmental history and the politics of conservation
History of thought in international relations; history of Soviet foreign policy; contemporary history of Chile; biography (E H Carr); origins of the Second World War.