BULLOCK, Lord. (Alan (Louis Charles) Bullock). British, b. 1914. Genres: History, Biography. Career: St. Catherine's College, Master, 1960-80, Hon. Fellow, 1980-. Wadham College, Merton College, New College Wolfson College, Linacre College, and St. Antony's College, Oxford; Vice-Chancellor, Oxford University, 1969-73. Fellow, British Academy. Member, Academia Europa, Foreign Member, American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Fellow, Royal Academy. Founding Master of St. Catherine's College, Oxford, 1960- 80. Member, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1961-64; Chairman, National Advisory Council on Training and Supply of Teachers, 1963-65; Member, Social Science Research Council, 1966; Chairman, The Schools Council, 1966-69; Member, Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals, 1969-73; Chairman, Committee on Reading and Other Uses of the English Language, 1972-74; Chairman of the Trustees, Tate Gallery, London, 1973-80; Chairman, Committee of Enquiry on Industrial Democracy, 1976; Director, The Observer newspaper, London, 1977-81; Grossedienstkreuz, Germany, 1996. Publications: Hitler: A Study in Tyranny, 1952, rev. ed., 1964; (with M. Shock) The Liberal Tradition, 1956; The Life and Times of Ernest Bevin, 3 vols., 1967-83; Hitler and the Origins of the Second World War, 1967; (ed.) The Twentieth Century, 1971; (ed. with O. Stallybrass) Dictionary of Modern Thought, 1977, rev. ed. (ed. with S. Trombley), 1998; (ed.) The Faces of Europe, 1980; (ed. with B.R. Woodings) The Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thinkers, 1983, as The New Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thinkers, 1999; The Humanist Tradition in the West, 1985; Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives, 1991, rev. ed., 1998; Building Jerusalem, 2000; (gen. ed. with W. Deakin) The Oxford History of Modern Europe. Died 2004.