Julian Wright (academic)

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Julian Wright
Nationality British
Occupation Academic historian
Employer Durham University
Home town Durham
Title Dr
Parent(s) N.T. Wright (father)

Julian Wright is a senior lecturer in history at the University of Durham and is co-editor of the journal French History. He is a specialist in French politics and political ideas under the Third Republic.[1]

He is musical director of the Durham Singers.

He is the son of former Bishop of Durham N. T. Wright


  • The Regionalist Movement in France, 1890-1914: Jean Charles-Brun and French Political Thought (Oxford University Press, 2003)


  1. ^ Santvoort, Linda Van; Maeyer, Jan De; Verschaffel, Tom (2008). Sources of Regionalism in the Nineteenth Century: Architecture, Art, and Literature. Leuven University Press. pp. 54–. ISBN 9789058676498. Retrieved 17 April 2012. 

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