Derry, John (Wesley)
DERRY, John (Wesley)
DERRY, John (Wesley). British, b. 1933. Genres: History, Biography. Career: Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Research Fellow, 1959-61; London School of Economics, assistant lecturer, 1961-63, lecturer, 1963-65; Downing College, Cambridge, Director of Studies in History, and Fellow, 1965-70; University of Newcastle upon Tyne, lecturer, 1970-73, Sr. lecturer, 1973-77, Reader 1977-92, professor, 1992-98, Emeritus professor of Modern British History, 1998-. Publications: William Pitt, 1962; Reaction and Reform, 1963, 3rd ed. 1970; The Regency Crisis and the Whigs, 1963; Parliamentary Reform, 1966; The Radical Tradition, 1967; Political Parties, 1968; (ed.) Cobbett's England. 1968; Charles James Fox, 1972; Castlereagh, 1976; English Politics and the American Revolution, 1976; Politics in the Age of Fox, Pitt and Liverpool, 1990; Charles, Earl Grey 1992. Address: Dept. of History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle NE1 7RU, England.