Prof. Logie Barrow

Posted in Conference 2012

Prof. Logie Barrow is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Bremen (Germany) where he has taught courses in British Social, Cultural and Political History, including “Sexualities in Britain from c.1500”, “Science and Religion c.1550-1950”, “Anglo-British Slavery”, “South-African History” and “the British and the Middle-East”. He has also taught at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. He has published numerous articles in journals and contributed with chapters to different anthologies on the social and political history of the English working-classes. His most out-standing publications are A [very] Short History of the British Labour Movement, 1969, London: Sheed and Ward; Independent Spirits: Spiritualism and English Plebeians, c. 1850-1910, 1986, London: Routledge; and Democratic Ideas and the British Labour Movement, 1880-1914, 1996, Cambridge: University Press (jointly with Dr Ian Bullock).