Munro-Goodwin-Wilkinson Professor in European History.
I am interested in the interaction between high politics and low politics and the study of popular protest, popular culture, religion, and politics in England, Scotland, and Ireland during Britain's Century of Revolutions.
Tim Harris received his BA, MA and PhD from Cambridge University and was a Fellow of Emmanuel College from 1983 before moving to Brown in 1986. He teaches a wide range of courses in the political, religious, intellectual, social and cultural history of early modern England, Scotland and Ireland. A social historian of politics, he has written about the interface of high and low politics, popular protest movements, ideology and propaganda, party politics, popular culture, and the politics of religious dissent during Britain's Age of Revolutions. He edits the book series Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History for Boydell Press and is on the editorial board of the journal History of European Ideas.
TIM HARRIS, M.A.,Ph.D. Cantab.
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