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David Irving, Hitler and Holocaust Denial: Electronic Edition, by Richard J. Evans

Table of Contents
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1.4 Curriculum vitae

Richard John Evans: Born 29 September 1947 in Woodford, Essex: British Citizen

  • (I) EDUCATION AND DEGREES
    • 1955-59 - St. Aubyn's School, Woodford, London E.17
    • 1959-66 - Forest School, Walthamstow, London E.17
    • 1965-66 - 'A' level Grade 'A' in History, English, Latin, Ancient History
    • 1966-69 - Open Scholar in Modern History, Jesus College,Oxford
    • 1969 - First Class Honours in Modern History, Oxford University
    • 1969-72 - Student of St. Antony's College, Oxford
    • 1970-72 - Hanseatic Scholar, F.V.S. Foundation, Hamburg and Berlin
    • 1970-71 - Studies at Europa-Kolleg, Hamburg University
    • 1973 - M.A. in Modern History, University of Oxford
    • 1973 - D.Phil., University of Oxford
    • 1990 - Litt.D., University of East Anglia
  • (II) EMPLOYMENT RECORD
    • 1972-76 - Lecturer in History, University of Stirling, Scotland
    • 1976-83 - Lecturer in European History, University of East Anglia
    • 1980 - Visiting Associate Professor of European History, Columbia University, New York City
    • 1981 - Visiting Lecturer in History, Umeå University, Sweden
    • 1983-89 - Professor of European History, University of East Anglia, Norwich
    • 1989-98 - Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
    • 1993 - Vice-Master, Birkbeck College, University of London
    • 1997 - Acting Master, Birkbeck College, University of London
    • 1998 - Professor of Modern History, University of Cambridge
    • 1998 - Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
  • (III) PRIZES, AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
    • 1969 - Stanhope Historical Essay Prize, University of Oxford
    • 1988 - Wolfson Literary Award for History
    • 1989 - William H. Welch Medal of the American Association for the History of Medicine
    • 1993 - Medaille für Kunst und Wissenschaft des Senats der Freien- und Hansestadt Hamburg (civic medal for cultural services)
    • 1994 - Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History
    • 1998 - Honorary Fellow, Jesus College, Oxford
  • (IV) PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    • 1978 - Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
    • 1989-92 - Chair of the German History Society
    • 1993 - Fellow of the British Academy
    • 1995 - Member, Panel of Judges, Wolfson Literary Awards in History
    • 1996 - Member, Panel of Judges, Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History
  • (V) RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
    • 1975 - DAAD Research Scholar, Institute for European History, Mainz
    • 1980 - DAAD Research Scholar, Free University of Berlin
    • 1981 - Research Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Free University of Berlin (renewed 1985, 1989)
    • 1986 - Visiting Fellow, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, Canberra
    • 1987 - British Council Visiting Fellow, Karl-Marx-University, Leipzig
    • 1993 - DAAD Senior Research Scholar, University of Karlsruhe
  • (VI) EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES
    • 1983-86 - Founder editor of German History
    • 1986-98 - Editorial Board, German History.
    • 1987 - General Editor, A Social History of Europe (Routledge) (2 volumes published to date, 8 more commissioned)
    • 1989 - Editorial Board, Fischer Europäische Geschichte (60 volumes projected, first twelve published 1996)
    • 1993 - Editorial Board, Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung
    • 1994 - Advisory Editor, A Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century World History, ed. John Belchem and Richard Price (Blackwell, Oxford, 1994; reprinted as The Penguin Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century World History, 1996). This followed on a report I was commissioned to submit to Penguin Books on their old Dictionary of Modern History in the late 1980s.
    • 1997 - Editorial Board, Crime, History and Societies Editor, Journal of Contemporary History
    • 1998 - Editorial Advisory Board, History Review
  • (VII) CONSULTANCIES
    • Referee and consultant for Oxford University Press (Oxford and New York), Cambridge University Press, Weidenfeld, Harvard University Press, Macmillan, Yale University Press, Berg, Harper-Collins, I.B.Tauris, Penguin, Boxtree Books, Unwin Hyman, Blackwell, Polity Press, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, Rowohlt Verlag. Referee for research project proposals for SSRC/ESRC, Wellcome Trust, National Endowment for the Humanities (USA), British Academy, Humanities Research Board, Israel Science Foundation, Leverhulme Trust, and University of Manchester research fund.
  • (VIII) BOOKS PUBLISHED
    • (1) THE FEMINIST MOVEMENT IN GERMANY 1894-1933 (ISBN 0-8039-9951-8 hardback, 0-8039-9996-8 paper; London and Beverly Hills, SAGE publications, October 1976, pp.xiv+310). Reprinted 1978.
    • (2) THE FEMINISTS. Women's Emancipation Movements in Europe, America and Australasia 1840-1920   (lSBN 0-85664-212-6, London, Croom Helm; New York, Barnes & Noble, October 1977,pp. 266) Revised paperback edition July 1979.(ISBN 0-85664-977-5; Reprinted 1984. Swedish edition: Kvinnorörelsens historia i Europa, USA, Australien och Nya Zeeland 1840-1920 (ISBN 91-38-04920-1, Liber Forlag, Stockholm, Dec. 1979, pp. 348). Norwegian edition: Kvinnebevaegelsens historie i Europa, USA och Nya Zeeland 1840-1920 (lSBN 82 00-02447-4 Universitetsforlaget Oslo, 1980, pp. 348) Spanish edition: Las feministas. Los movimentos de emancipaciön de la mujer en Europa, America y Australasia 1840-1920 (lSBN 84-323-0392-5 Siglo veintiuno de España Editores, Madrid, Nov. 1980, pp. 314). Korean edition: (ISBN 89-364-1152-7, Seoul, 1997, revised and updated, pp. 373; awarded 'Good Book' Prize by Korean Ministry for Culture and Communications, 1997).
    • (3) SOCIETY AND POLITICS IN WILHELMINE GERMANY (Editor) (lSBN 0-85664-347-5 London, Croom Helm; New York, Barnes & Noble, February 1978. pp. 306) Paperback edition March 1980 (lSBN 0-7099-0429-10). Japanese edition: Biruherumu Jidai no Doitsu - 'Shita Kara' no Shakaishi (lSBN 4-7710-0393-9, trans. Yukio Mochida, Koyo Shobo, Kyoto, December 1987, pp. 296).
    • (4) SOZIALDEMOKRATIE UND FRAUENEMANZIPATION IM DEUTSCHEN KAISERREICH (translated by W. G. Sebald; ISBN 3-8021-119-3 Berlin-Bonn, Verlag J.H.W Dietz Nachfolger, Internationale Bibliothek, Vol. 119, October 1979, pp. 368; revised versions of selected chapters and sections in Comrades and Sisters, June 1987, and Proletarians and Politics, November 1990).
    • (5) THE GERMAN FAMILY: Essays in the social history of the family in Germany in the 19th and 20th centuries (Editor, with W.R. Lee) (lSBN 0-7099-0067-5 London, Croom Helm; Totowa, NJ, Barnes & Noble, March 1981, pp. 302).
    • (6) THE GERMAN WORKING CLASS 1888-1933: The Politics of Everyday Life (Editor) (ISBN 0-7099-0431-2, London, Croom Helm; Totowa, NJ, Barnes & Noble, January 1982, pp. 256).
    • (7) THE GERMAN PEASANTRY. Conflict and Community in Rural Society from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century (Editor, with W.R. Lee) (lSBN 0-7099-0932-2 London and Sydney, Croom Helm, January 1986, pp. xiii + 305).
    • (8) THE GERMAN UNEMPLOYED: Experiences and Consequences of Mass Unemployment from the Weimar Republic to the 'Third Reich' (Editor, with Dick Geary) (lSBN 0-709-0941-1, London and Sydney, Croom Helm, January 1987, pp. xviii + 314).
    • (9) COMRADES AND SISTERS: Feminism, Socialism and Pacifism in Europe 1870-1945(lSBN 0-312-00963-1, London, Wheatsheaf Books; New York, St. Martin's Press, June 1987, pp.xii + 203).
    • (10) DEATH IN HAMBURG: Society and Politics in the Cholera Years 1830-1910 (lSBN 0-19-822864-3, Oxford and New York, Clarendon Press, October 1987, pp. xxvi + 676). Paperback edition September 1990 (lSBN 0-14-012473-X, Penguin Books, pp. xxiv + 673), Reprinted August 1994. German edition: Tod in Hamburg: Stadt, Gesellschaft und Politik in den Cholera-Jahren 1830-1910 (lSBN 3-498-01648-2, Rowohlt Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg, September 1990, pp. 848); Reprinted February 1991, April 1991, June 1991   Paperback reprint of German edition with new Afterword (ISBN 3-499-60249-0, Rowohlt Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg, August 1996).
    • (11) RETHINKING GERMAN HISTORY: Nineteenth-century Germany and the Origins of the 'Third Reich' (lSBN 0-04-943051-3, London, Unwin Hyman, October 1987, pp. 314) Paperback reprint: ISBN 0-04-445720-0, October 1989. Japanese edition of three chapters: David Blackbourn, Geoff Eley and Richard J.Evans, Igirisu Shakai Shiha no Doitsu Shiron (Discourses on German Social History by the British Social History Faction, trans. Yukio Mochida et al., ISBN 4-7710-0593-1, Koyo Shobo, Kyoto, 1992, pp. 242).
    • (12) KNEIPENGESPRÄCHE IM KAISERREICH. Die Stimmungsberichte der Hamburger Politschen Polizei 1892-1914 (ISBN 3-499-18529-6, rororo Sachbuch 8529, Rowohlt Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg, June 1989, pp. 428, paperback). This is a collection of 350 out of some 20,000 manuscript police reports on surveillance of conversations in working-class bars in Hamburg before the First World War. There is a digest in the final Chapter of Proletarians and Politics
    • (13) THE GERMAN UNDERWORLD: Deviants and Outcasts in German History (Editor) (ISBN 0-415-00367-9, Routledge, London and New York, July 1988, pp. xiv + 273).
    • (14) IN HITLER'S SHADOW. West German Historians and the Attempt to Escape from the Nazi Past(lSBN 0-394-57686-1, Pantheon Books, New York, August 1989, pp. x + 196, hardback and paperback editions). British edition: I .B.Tauris Ltd., November 1989 (hardback ISBN 1-85043-146-9, and paperback ISBN 1-85043-158-2) German edition (revised with a new Afterword) : Im Schatten Hitlers? Historikerstreit und Vergangenheitsbewältigung in der Bundesrepublik (lSBN 3-518-11637-1, Edition Suhrkamp, Neue Folge, Vol. 637, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, April 1991, pp. 285, paperback) Hebrew Edition (revised, with a new Afterword): Bizlo shel Hitler: Historinim ma-ariv-Germanim venasyonam lehimlat min haever hanazi (ISBN 965-131-0745-5, Oded Publishers, Tel Aviv, October 1991, pp. 250, paperback)
    • (15) PROLETARIANS AND POLITICS. Socialism, Protest and the Working Class in Germany before the First World War (lSBN 0-7450-0467-9, Wheatsheaf Books, Hemel Hempstead, November 1990, pp. xii + 196).
    • (16) THE GERMAN BOURGEOISIE. Essays on the social history of the German middle class from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century (Editor, with David Blackbourn) ( London and New York, Routledge, February 1991, pp. xx + 348, lSBN 0-415-03597-X) Paperback reprint June 1993 ISBN 0-415-09358-9.
    • (17) RITUALS OF RETRIBUTION. Capital Punishment in Germany 1600-1987.(ISBN 0-19-821968-7, Oxford University Press, Oxford, March 1996, pp. xxxii + 1,014) Paperback reprint ISBN 0-14-025927-9, London, Penguin UK, March 1997
    • (18) REREADING GERMAN HISTORY. From Unification to Reunification 1800-1996.(ISBN 0-415-15899-0 hardback, 0-415-15900-8 paperback, Routledge, London, September 1997, pp. xvi + 256). German edition forthcoming 2000 with Rowohlt Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg
    • (19) IN DEFENCE OF HISTORY. (ISBN 1-86207-068-7, Granta Books, London, September 1997, pp. viii + 307, hardback) Reprinted November 1997, December 1997. Paperback edition October 1998 Book club edition January 1998 (softback preview book club) German edition: Fakten und Fiktionen. Über die Grundlagen historischer Erkenntnis (Campus Verlag, September 1998). US edition: In Defense of History (W. W. Norton, January 1999). Korean edition 1999; Japanese, Portuguese, Swedish and Turkish editions forthcoming.
    • (20) TALES FROM THE GERMAN UNDERWORLD. Crime and Punishment in the Nineteenth Century. (ISBN 0-300-07224-4, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, March 1998, pp. x + 278) German edition: Szenen aus der deutschen Unterwelt. Verbrechen und Strafe, 1800-1914 (ISBN 3-499-60522-8, rororo Sachbuch 60522, Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg, December 1997, pp. 416, paperback.