BROGAN, Hugh. British, b. 1936. Genres: History. Career: Writer and historian. The Economist, staff member, 1959-63; St. John's College, Cambridge, fellow, 1963-74; University of Essex, Colchester, England, lecturer in history, 1974-92, R.A. Butler Professor of History, 1992-98. Publications: Tocqueville, 1973; The American Civil War: Extracts from "The Times," 1860-65, 1975; The Life of Arthur Ransome, 1984; The Longman History of the United States of America, 1985; Mowgli's Sons: Kipling and Baden-Powell's Scouts, 1987; (with C. Mosley) American Presidential Families, 1994; (with A.P. Kerr) Conversations et Correspondance d'Alexis de Tocqueville et Nassau William Senior, 1991; Kennedy, 1996. EDITOR: A. Ransome, Coots in the North and Other Stories, 1988; Signalling From Mars: The Letters of Arthur Ransome, 1997. Contributor of reviews to periodicals. Address: Department of History, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester CO4 3SQ, England.