Martin Daunton

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Martin James Daunton
FBA FRHistS
Born Martin James Daunton
(1949-02-07) 7 February 1949 (age 67)
Cardiff Wales
Nationality British
Occupation Academic and economic historian

Martin James Daunton, FBA, FRHistS (born 14 February 1949) is a British academic and historian. He was Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge between 2004 and 2014.[1][2]

Daunton is the son of Ronald James Daunton and Dorothy née Bellett. He was educated at Barry Grammar School before going to the University of Nottingham where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1970. He studied further at the University of Kent PhD 1974 and received the degree of LittD from the University of Cambridge in 2005.

In 1984, he married Claire Gobbi.

Select bibliography[edit]

  • Daunton, Martin J., ed. Coal Metropolis: Cardiff 1870-1914 (Leicester University, 1977).
  • Daunton, Martin J. House and home in the Victorian city: working class housing, 1850-1914 (London: Edward Arnold, 1983).
  • Daunton, Martin J. "'Gentlemanly Capitalism' and British Industry 1820-1914." Past & Present 122 (1989): 119-158. in JSTOR
  • Daunton, Martin J. Progress and poverty: an economic and social history of Britain 1700-1850. (Oxford UP, 1995).
  • Daunton, Martin, and Matthew Hilton, eds. The politics of consumption: Material culture and citizenship in Europe and America. (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2001).
  • Narlikar, Amrita, Martin Daunton, and Robert M. Stern, eds. The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization (Oxford University Press, 2012).
  • Moses, Julia, and Martin J. Daunton. "Editorial–border crossings: global dynamics of social policies and problems." Journal of Global History 9#2 (2014): 177-188.
  • Daunton, Martin J. Royal mail: the post office since 1840. (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015).
  • Daunton, Martin J. Housing the workers, 1850-1914: a comparative perspective (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Interview with Professor Martin Daunton - Making History". History.ac.uk. 2008-05-19. Retrieved 2012-11-02. 
  2. ^ Daunton, Martin. "Master Martin Daunton". Trinity Hall. Retrieved September 30, 2014. 

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Academic offices
Preceded by
Peter Clarke
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge
2004–2014
Succeeded by
Revd Jeremy Morris
Preceded by
Janet Nelson
President of the Royal Historical Society
2005–2008
Succeeded by
Colin Jones