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Richardson, R. C.


RICHARDSON, R. C. British, b. 1944. Genres: History. Career: Thames Polytechnic, London, lecturer to senior lecturer, 1968-77; King Alfred's University College, Winchester, England, head of history department, 1977- 98, professor, 1993, head of research and the Graduate Centre, 1998-2001, director of international relations, 2001-. Visiting professorships in US, 1982-. Publications: Puritanism in North-West England: A Regional Study of the Diocese of Chester to 1642, 1972; (with W.H. Chaloner) British Economic and Social History: A Bibliographical Guide, 1976, 3rd ed., 1996; The Debate on the English Revolution, 1977, 3rd ed., 1998; (with T.B. James) The Urban Experience: English, Scottish and Welsh Towns, 1450- 1700, 1983; (with G.M. Ridden) Freedom and the English Revolution, 1986; The Study of History: A Bibliographical Guide, 1988, 2nd ed., 2000; Town and Countryside in the English Revolution, 1992; Images of Oliver Cromwell, 1993; The English Civil Wars: Local Aspects, 1997; The Changing Face of English Local History, 2000 English Local History, 2000. Address: History Dept., King Alfred's University College, Winchester SO22 4NR, England. Online address: [email protected]

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