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Jonathan Parry

Jonathan Parry is an English historian. He is Professor of Modern British History at the University of Cambridge.[1]

Works

  • Democracy and Religion: Gladstone and the Liberal party, 1867-1875 (Cambridge, 1986).
  • The Rise and Fall of Liberal Government in Victorian Britain (Yale 1993).
  • Parliament and the Church, 1529-1960 (ed. with Stephen Taylor, 2000).
  • 'Disraeli and England', Historical Journal (2000).
  • 'The impact of Napoleon III on British politics, 1851-1880', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society (2001).
  • The Politics of Patriotism: English Liberalism, national identity and Europe 1830-1886 (Cambridge, 2006).
  • Benjamin Disraeli (Oxford, 2007).
  • ‘Liberalism and liberty’, in Liberty and Authority in Victorian Britain, ed. P. Mandler (Oxford, 2007).
  • 'Whig monarchy, Whig nation: Crown, politics and representativeness, 1880-2000', in The Monarchy and the British Nation, 1780 to the present, ed. A. Olechnowicz (Cambridge, 2007).
  • 'The decline of institutional reform in nineteenth-century Britain', in Structures and Transformations in Modern British History, ed. D . Feldman and J. Lawrence (Cambridge, 2011).
  • 'Steam power and British influence in Baghdad, 1820-1860', Historical Journal (March 2013).

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/directory/jpp3@cam.ac.uk
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