Catherine Hall

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Catherine Hall at Portcullis House 2015

Catherine Hall (born 1946 in Kettering) is a British feminist historian. Since 2009, she has been Professor of Modern British Social and Cultural History at University College London. Her work explores the interrelation between metropole and colony in an attempt to rewrite the narrative of certain aspects of 'British history' in the mid nineteenth century empire period.

She married Professor Stuart Hall in 1964.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Family Fortunes: Men and Women of the English Middle Class 1780-1850 (1987, new ed. 2002, with Leonore Davidoff)
  • White, Male And Middle-Class: Explorations In Feminism And History (1992)
  • Gendered Nations: Nationalisms And Gender Order In The Long Nineteenth Century (2000 editor, with Ida Blom and Karen Hagemann)
  • Defining The Victorian Nation: Class, Race, Gender And The British Reform Act Of 1867 (2000, editor, with Keith McClelland and Jane Rendall)
  • Cultures Of Empire: Colonisers In Britain And The Empire In Nineteenth And Twentieth Centuries (2000, editor)
  • Civilising Subjects: Metropole And Colony In The English Imagination, 1830-1867 (2002)
  • Race, Nation and Empire: Making Histories, 1750 to the Present (2010, editor, with Keith McClelland)
  • Macaulay and Son: Architects of Imperial Britain (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Morley and Bill Schwarz, Stuart Hall obituary, The Guardian, 10 February 2014.

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