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Ian Crowe

Associate Professor of History

Dr. Ian Crowe

Educational Background:

  • M.A.  (Modern History), St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Education, Worcester College of Higher Education
  • M.Litt. (Theology and Religious Studies), University of Bristol
  • Ph.D (History), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Career Experience:

  • Teacher of History and Political Studies at schools and colleges in England, (1982-1999)
  • Adjunct professor, University of South Carolina-Lancaster (2000)
  • Program Director, Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, Michigan (2000-2002)
  • Editor, The University Bookman (2000-2004)

Academic Interests:

  • Director, Edmund Burke Society of America
  • Book review editor, Studies in Burke and his Time
  • Senior Fellow, Russell Kirk Center

Courses Taught at BPC:

  • World Civilizations I
  • World Civilizations II
  • Nineteenth-Century Europe
  • Twentieth-Century Europe
  • Russia since 1800
  • Intellectual History
  • The World since 1945
  • Islam and the West

Publications:

  • Unwelcome Truths: Edmund Burke and Today’s Political Conceits (Social Affairs Unit, London: 1997)
  • Contributing editor, Edmund Burke: His Life and Legacy (Four Courts Press: Dublin, 1997)
  • Contributing editor, An Imaginative Whig.  Reassessing the Life and Thought of Edmund Burke (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2005)
  • Articles and book reviews for Modern Age, Civil War Book Review, University Bookman, Journal of Liberal History.

 

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