Porter, Bernard (John)

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PORTER, Bernard (John)

PORTER, Bernard (John). British, b. 1941. Genres: History. Career: University of Hull, lecturer, 1968-78, sr. lecturer, 1978-88, reader in history, 1992-88; University of Newcastle, professor of modern history, 1992-2002, emeritus professor, 2002-. Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, fellow, 1966- 68; Australian National University, visiting fellow, 1989, 1996; Yale University, visiting professor, 1999-2000. Publications: Critics of Empire: British Radical Attitudes to Colonialism in Africa 1896-1914, 1968; The Lion's Share: A Short History of British Imperialism 1850-1983, 1975; The Refugee Question in Mid-Victorian Politics, 1979; Britain, Europe and the World 1850-1982: Delusions of Grandeur, 1983; The Origins of the Vigilant State: The London Metropolitan Police Special Branch before the First World War, 1987; Plots and Paranoia: A History of Political Policing in Britain, 1790 to the Present Day, 1989; Britannia's Burden: The Political Evolution of Modern Britain 1851-1990, 1994. Address: 29 Salisbury St, Hull HU5 3HA, England. Online address: [email protected]

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