Bill Lubenow

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Professor William Cornelius Lubenow PhD (Iowa) FRHistS (born at Chicago, IL in 1939) holds the chair of History at Stockton University.[1]

He serves as President of the North American Conference on British Studies,[2] and Chairman of the American Associates Committee of Parliament History. Lubenow is also a member of the Reform Club.

His many academic distinctions include: Visiting Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge and Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.[3]

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  • The Politics of Government Growth
  • Parliamentary Politics and the Home Rule Crisis
  • The Cambridge Apostles, 1820-1914

Articles[edit]

  • Intimacy, Imagination, and the Inner Dialectics of Knowledge Communities: The Synthetic Society, 1896-1908 (Martin Daunton, (ed.))
  • The Organization of Knowledge in Victorian Britain (London and Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 2005): 357-370
  • Religion in the University: Authority, Faith, and Learning [review essay], Minerva, 42, 3 (September 2004): 269-283
  • Authority, Honour, and the Strachey Family (1817-1974), Historical Research, 76, no. 194 (November 2003): 512-534

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