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Andrew G. Newby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of Aberdeen
-Land question (urban / rural reform movements, nationalism and labour) in nineteenth century Scandinavia, comparative to Scotland and Ireland.
-National Museums project (www.namu.se)
-Collaboration with U.C. Volda (Norway) and Centre for Nordic Studies (Uni of Helsinki) in relation to the idea of the Nordic "Free Peasantry".
|Address:||Dept of History
Old Aberdeen, Scotland AB24 3FX
|Primary Phone:||+44 1224 272999|
|List Affiliations:||Former List Editor for H-Skand
|Interests:||Labor History / Studies
2008 to date: Senior Lecturer in History, School of Divinty, History & Philosophy, University of Aberdeen
2004 to 2008: Lecturer in Scottish History, School of History & Classics, University of Edinburgh
1999-2004: Lecturer / Researcher, Renvall Institute, University of Helsinki
2002-2004: Lecturer, Centre for Applied Languages, University of Helsinki
2003-2004: Honorary Research Fellow, Department of History, University of Aberdeen
2002: Lecturer in History, University of Aberdeen
1996-2001: University of Edinburgh, Scotland: Ph.D. Scottish and Irish History
Thesis title: ‘Shoulder to Shoulder?’ Scottish and Irish Land Reformers in the Highlands of Scotland, 1878-1894.
External Examiner: Professor W. Hamish Fraser (Strathclyde University)
Internal Examiner: Mr. Owen Dudley Edwards, Department of History
1991-1995: St. Andrews University, Scotland: Master of Arts (Honours) History
MA Thesis: Emigration and Clearances from the Island of Barra
Ireland, Radicalism and the Scottish Highlands, 1870-1912 (EUP, 2007)
The Life and Times of Edward McHugh, 1853-1915: Land Reformer, Trade Unionist and Labour Activist (New York, Edwin Mellen Press, 2004)
CHAPTERS IN EDITED COLLECTIONS:
‘11.9. ja puolueettomuuden kuolema – Suomi, Irlanti ja Nato’ [‘9-11 and the death of neutrality – Finland, Ireland and Nato’], in M. Kangaspuro & T. Matinpuro (eds.) Suomi ja Nato: Eurooppalaisia näkökulmia sotilasliitosta [Finland and Nato: European viewpoints on military alliance]. Co-written with Gavan Titley (July 2003).
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:
‘’’Scotia Major and Scotia Minor”: Ireland and the birth of the Scottish Land Agitation, 1878-1882’. Irish Economic and Social History, XXXI (2004).
‘Edward McHugh, The National Land League of Great Britain, and the “Crofters’ War”, 1879-1882’. Scottish Historical Review, LXXXII (April 2003). This article was awarded the Maclehose-Dickinson Prize in Scottish History for 2001.
‘The “War on Terror” and non-alignment’. Co-written with Gavan Titley. Peace Review, XV (December 2003).
‘“Alas! Skyemen are imitating the Irish” A note on Alexander Nicolson’s “Little Leaflet” Concerning the Crofters’ Agitation’. Co-written with Dr. Ewen A. Cameron. Innes Review, 55.1 (April 2004).
Britain and Scandinavia: 1801 to Present
Britain and Scandinavia: 1801 to Present (intensive)
Finnish History 1881 to Present
Graduate School: World War II in Europe: