Prince, Hugh C. 1927-
PRINCE, Hugh C. 1927-
PERSONAL: Born September 16, 1927, in Wanstead, Essex, England; son of Louis (an art teacher) and Jessie (Counsell) Prince; married Sheila Wood (a medical doctor), 1955; children: Simon, Matthew. Ethnicity: "British." Education: University of London, B.A. (with first class honors), 1951, M.A. (with distinction), 1953, Ph.D., 1976.
CAREER: University of London, London, England, faculty member, 1951-65, reader in geography, 1965-92, emeritus reader and honorary research fellow, 1992—. University of Minnesota—Twin Cities, visiting professor, 1966, 1968, and 1990; Clark University, visiting professor, 1971; University of Würzburg, fellow, 1978. Landscape Research Group, member of board of directors, 1985—.
MEMBER: Royal Geographical Society, Institute of British Geographers, Association of American Geographers.
AWARDS, HONORS: Fellow of German Academic Exchange Service, 1978.
(Editor, with J. T. Coppock) Greater London, Faber & Faber (London, England), 1964.
Parks in England, Pinhorns (London, England), 1967.
(With Roger J. P. Kain) The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, England), 1985.
Wetlands of the American Midwest: A Historical Geography of Changing Attitudes, University of Chicago Press (Chicago, IL), 1997.
(With Roger J. P. Kain) Tithe Surveys for Historians, Phillimore (Chichester, England), 2000.
Geographers Engaged in Historical Geography in British Higher Education, 1931-1991, Historical Geography Research Series (Cambridge, England), 2000.
Honorary editor, Area, 1969-70; editor, Journal of Historical Geography, 1981-86.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on parks in England.