Davies, Philip John

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DAVIES, Philip John

DAVIES, Philip John. British, b. 1948. Genres: Area studies, Politics/Government. Career: University of Coventry, Lanchester Polytechnic, England, lecturer, 1975-76; Victoria University of Manchester, England, lecturer, 1976-91, director of American Studies Exchange and Junior Year Program, 1985-91; De Montfort University, Leicester, England, principal lecturer and director of Intl Office, 1991-94, reader in American studies and head of American Studies Program, 1994-98, professor of American Studies, 1998-. University of Massachusetts, Boston, visiting professor and visiting fellow at John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, 1984-85; Creighton University, visiting professor, 1996; Wartburg College, visiting professor, 1996; guest lecturer at universities in England and abroad. Consultant to television and radio networks, museums, and theater companies. Publications: Metropolitan Mosaic, 1980; The History and Evolution of the Constitution, 1989; Elections: U.S.A., 1992; US Elections Today, 1999. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with B. Neve) Cinema, Politics, and Society in America, 1981; (with F. Waldstein) Political Issues in America Today, 1988; Science Fiction, Social Conflict, and War, 1990; (with Waldstein) Political Issues in America: The 1990s, 1991; An American Quarter Century, 1995; (with Waldstein) Political Issues in America Today: The 1990s Revisited, 1996; Representing and Imagining America, 1996; History Atlas of North America, 1998; (with White) Political Parties & the Collapse of Old Orders, 1999. Contributor to books and academic journals. Address: American Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester LE1 9BH, England. Online address: [email protected]

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