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Professor Patricia Thane FBA

History, Social History, Women's History, Political History, Economic History, History of Britain.
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About this Fellow

Pat Thane is Research Professor of Contemporary History, Kings College, London. She was previously Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Sussex, 1994-2001 and Leverhulme Professor of Contemporary British History at the Institute of Historical Research, 2001-2010. She studied History at Oxford. Her PhD was supervised by Brian Abel-Smith at LSE. She is currently writing a history of twentieth century Britain for CUP. She has been a Visiting Professor at Nanjing University, China, and in Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Chile, New York.

Website: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/departments/icbh/people/thane/index.aspx

Appointments

Current post

  • Research Professor in Contemporary British History, King's College London

Past Appointments

  • Leverhulme Professor of Contemporary British History, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, Institute of Historical Research University of London, 2001
  • Professor of Contemporary History, School for Global studies, University of Sussex, 1994 - 2001
  • Assistant Lecturer to Reader in Social History, Goldsmiths, University of London, 1967 - 1994

Top picks

Publications

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Professor David Blackbourn

The social, political & cultural history of Germany in the long 19th centure; Germans & the natural world; German transnational history since the 16th century.

Professor Hans Van De Ven

The history of modern China from 1850, especially the history of warfare, globalisation, and revolution in China

Professor Peter Mandler

Modern British history, especially cultural, intellectual and social; the histories of the humanities and social sciences in comparative perspective

Dr John Darwin

The history of empires, expecially the British Empire in its global setting. The rise & decline of imperial port-cities, 1830s-1930s

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