Readership: Scholars and students of British political history; economists, and international relations scholars.
Edited by Anthony Howe, Professor of Modern History at the University of East Anglia, and Simon Morgan, Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural History, Leeds Metropolitan University
Anthony Howe specialises in the history of nineteenth and early twentieth-century Britain. His books include Free Trade and Liberal England, 1846-1946 (Oxford, 1998) and, with Simon Morgan, he has edited Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Liberalism: Richard Cobden Bicentenary Essays (2006).
Dr Morgan graduated with a PhD from the University of York in 2000. From 2002-2005 he was Research Officer at the Letters of Richard Cobden Project, and since 2007 he has been Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural History at Leeds Metropolitan University. His publications include A Victorian Woman's Place: Public Culture in the Nineteenth Century (2007) and, with Anthony Howe, he has edited Rethinking Nineteenth Century Liberalism: Richard Cobden Bicentenary Essays (2006). He is currently studying the relationship between popular politics and a nascent culture of celebrity in the early nineteenth century.
The Letters, 1854-1859