AUDE ATTUEL-HALLADE is writing a PhD under the supervision of Professor Franck Lessay at Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III University, France, on Thomas Babington Macaulay. She has published articles on British historiography, Whig history and works on the shaping of political ideology.
CHRISTIAN AUER is professor of British studies at the University of Strasbourg, France. His main areas of interest are British and Scottish history and more particularly the history of the Highlands of Scotland in the nineteenth century. His papers have been published in a number of journals and volumes. He published two books: Luttes et résistances des femmes écossaises, 1838–1915, Paris, L’Harmattan, Collection des idées et des femmes, 2013, and Scotland and the Scots 1707–2007 A Reader, Strasbourg, Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg, 2013.
YANN BÉLIARD studied at the Universities of Angers and Paris 13 (France) and is now a senior lecturer in British studies at Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III University, France. He was awarded his PhD in 2007 for a thesis on class relations in Hull (UK) in the period 1894–1910. He has published on the British labour movement in the Edwardian age and on the Great Labour Unrest of 1911–1914, with particular emphasis on empire, race and cross-national networks.
MARK BEVIR is a Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, US. He is the author or co-author of The Logic of the History of Ideas (1999), Interpreting...
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