Churchill History Lecture Series: The intellectual culture of Conservatism after 1945 – Gary Love

16 Nov 2017
Location: Jock Colville Hall
Start time: 17:30
End time: 19:00

Gary Love is an Associate Professor of Modern British History in the Department of Language and Literature at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim. He completed his PhD in History at Homerton College, Cambridge in 2010 and he was a Churchill Archives By-Fellow at Churchill College in Easter Term 2014.

Gary Love

Love has published a number of articles in leading history journals on topics such as the history of British Conservatism, British fascism, and right-wing women. He will now use his sabbatical leave and his time in Cambridge to research and write his first monograph on the broader intellectual culture of Conservatism in Britain between the nineteen-thirties and nineteen-fifties. In 2018 Love will also lead a collaborative research project, which attracted major research funding from the Norwegian Research Council, titled ‘Conservatism at the crossroads: Conservative thought and the renewal of democratic politics in Britain and Scandinavia, 1930-1963’.


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