John D. Hargreaves
John D. Hargreaves was the Burnett-Fletcher Professor of History at the University of Aberdeen. He is noted for his work on the history of Africa; its colonisation and de-colonistation. His career at Aberdeen began in 1954 when he was appointed as a lecturer in History, in 1962 he was given his chair, he went part-time in 1982 and retired in 1985.
A festschirft was produced in his honour.
- Hargreaves, John D (1967) West Africa: the former French states, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall
- Bridges, Roy (1999) Imperialism, Decolonization and Africa: Studies Presented to John Hargreaves (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) Basingstoke : Macmillan
- Bridges, Roy (1997) John D. Hargreaves : an academic memoir and bibliography, Dept. of History
- Bridges, Roy (1999) Imperialism, decolonization, and Africa : studies presented to John Hargreaves: with an academic memoir and bibliography
- Canning, Paul M. (2001) Review of Imperialism, Decolonization, and Africa: Studies Presented to John Hargreaves: With an Academic Memoir and Bibliography by Roy Bridges, The International History Review Vol. 23, No. 2 Jun., pp. 430-432