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Professor Mark Goldie

Subject History
Fellow type Emeritus
Year started 1979


Mark Goldie is a College Lecturer in History. After graduating from Sussex University, he came to Cambridge to study for his PhD, at Corpus Christi College, before moving to Gonville and Caius College as a Research Fellow. He has been a Fellow of Churchill since 1979, and has served as Admissions Tutor for the Arts, and as Vice-Master. In his University role, he is Reader in British Intellectual History and is the Chair of the Faculty of History. He has published extensively on politics and ideas in Stuart and Hanoverian Britain. He is the College's (strictly unofficial) historian, and is author of 'Churchill College: The Guide', and 'Corbusier Comes to Cambridge: Post-War Architecture and the Competition to Build Churchill College.'

College positions


College Lecturer in History