HISTORY

 

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David Elliston Allen - Historian of natural science

Interviewed by Jack Goody and Alan Macfarlane 12th April 1983

Christopher Bayly - Emeritus Professor of Imperial History

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 24th July 2014

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Peter Burke - Professor of Cultural History

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 31st July 2004

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James Campbell - Formerly Professor of Modern History, Worcester College, Oxford

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 4th September 2009

CMRS entry

Owen Chadwick - Former Vice-Chancellor, Regius Professor of Modern History and Master of Selwyn College, University of Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 29th February 2008

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Martin Daunton - Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 2nd August 2013

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John Dunn - Emeritus Professor of Political Theory, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 5th March 2008

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Mark Elvin - Emeritus Professor of Chinese history, Australian National University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 24th July 2012

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Owen Gingerich - Former Research Professor of Astronomy and of the History of Science, Harvard University; senior astronomer emeritus at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 31st August 2008

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Brian Harrison - Emeritus Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 22nd June 2012

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Eric Hobsbawm - President of Birkbeck, University of London

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 13th September 2009

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Lisa Jardine - Centenary Professor of Renaissance Studies at Queen Mary, University of London; Director of the Centre for Editing Lives and Letters

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 31st October 2008

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Li Bozhong - Professor of History, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 13th March 2011

Jean Michel Massing - Professor of Art History and Fellow of King's College, Camrbidge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 5th December 2014

Department of History of Art, Cambridge

Peter Mathias - Former Chichele Professor of Economic History at Oxford and Master at Downing College, Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 5th March 2008 and 23rd September 2009

Andrew Morgan - Formerly Headmaster of De Aston School, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

Andrew Morgan interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 14th May 2000

Patrick O'Brien - Professor of Economic History

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 28th May 2005

L.S.E. who's who

Richard Rathbone - Honorary Professor, Department of History & Welsh History, Aberystwyth University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 14th January 2013

Aberystwyth University

Simon Schaffer - Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 27th June, continued 1st and 2nd July 2008

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Gareth Stedman Jones - Professor of the History of Ideas, Queen Mary, University of London; Fellow of King's College, Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 23rd April 2012

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Quentin Skinner - Regius Professor of Modern History, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 10th January 2008

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Barry Supple - Emeritus Professor of Economic History, University of Cambridge, and a former Director of the Leverhulme Trust

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 3rd July 2010

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Keith Thomas - Fellow of All Souls College; previously President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane on 5th September 2009

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