Hugh Trevor-Roper

The Historian

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Hugh Trevor-Roper

Hugh Trevor-Roper was one of the most gifted historians of the twentieth century. His scholarly interests ranged widely - from the Puritan Revolution to the Scottish Enlightenment. Les mer
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Hugh Trevor-Roper

Hugh Trevor-Roper was one of the most gifted historians of the twentieth century. His scholarly interests ranged widely - from the Puritan Revolution to the Scottish Enlightenment. Yet he was also fascinated by the events of his own lifetime and wrote widely on issues of espionage and intelligence, as well as maintaining a fascination with the workings - and personalities - of Nazi Germany. In this volume, a variety of contributors - many of whom knew Trevor-Roper personally - engage with his scholarship and analyse his greatest achievements as an historian. Covering the full range of Trevor-Roper's interests, this volume will be essential for anyone who wishes to better understand this great historian and his work.

The Life
The Writings
Introduction - Blair Worden (University of Oxford, UK)
Part One: Seventeenth-Century Revolutions
1. The General Crisis of the Sevententh Century - John Elliott (University of Oxford, UK)
2. The Puritan Revolution - Blair Worden
3. Three Foreigners: The Philosophers of the Puritan Revolution - Mark Greengrass (University of Sheffield, UK)
Part Two: Ideas and their Contexts, c. 1500 - 1800
4. Ecumenicalism and Erasmianism: The Wiles Lectures, 1975 - Noel Malcolm (University of Oxford, UK)
5. Intellectual History: The Religious Origins of the Enlightenment - John Robertson (University of Cambridge, UK)
6. The Politics of the Scottish Enlightenment - Colin Kidd (University of St Andrews, UK)
Part Three: Hitler and his World
7. Special Service in Germany and The Last Days of Hitler - E.D.R Harrison
8. 'The Chap with the Closest Tabs': Trevor-Roper and the Hunt for Hitler - Richard Overy (University of Exeter, UK)
9. Himmler's Masseur - Gina Thomas
Part Four: The Mind and the Style
10. Trevor-Roper and Thomas Carlyle: History and Sensibility - B.W. Young (University of Oxford, UK)
11. The Classicist - S.J.V. Malloch (University of Nottingham, UK)
12. The Historian as Public Intellectual - Rory Allan
13. The Prose Stylist - John Banville
14. A Conversation
Notes

Reveals the historical contribution of Hugh Trevor-Roper.

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