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Mandler, Peter


MANDLER, Peter. American, b. 1958. Genres: Adult non-fiction, History, Politics/Government. Career: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, assistant professor of history, 1984-91; London Guildhall University, London, England, senior lecturer, 1991-95, reader, 1995-97, professor of modern history, 1997-; University of London, member of board of directors, Institute of Historical Research. Publications: Aristocratic Government in the Age of Reform: Whigs and Liberals, 1830-1852, 1990; (ed.) The Uses of Charity: The Poor on Relief in the Nineteenth Century Metropolis, 1990; (ed with S. Pedersen) After the Victorians: Private Conscience and Public Duty in Modern Britain, 1994; The Fall and Rise of the Stately Home, Yale University Press, 1997. Address: Department of Politics and Modern History, London Guildhall University, Calcutta House, Old Castle St., London E1 7NT, England. Online address: [email protected]

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