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Creighton Lecture ist eine jährlich stattfindende Reihe von Vorlesungen bzw. Vorträgen, die 1907 vom King’s College London eingerichtet wurde.

Sie ist zu Ehren des Historikers Mandel Creighton (1843–1901) benannt und beschäftigt sich mit den verschiedensten geschichtswissenschaftlichen Themen. Der Lecturer wird durch das College im jährlichen Wechsel berufen. Das Amt war anfangs mit £ 650 dotiert; der Betrag stammte jeweils zur Hälfte vom College und von Louise Creighton (1850–1936), der Witwe des Geehrten.

Lecturers

  • 1907 Thomas Hodgkin - The wardens of the northern marches
  • 1908 George Walter Prothero - The arrival of Napoleon III.
  • 1909 John Bagnell Bury - The Constitution of the later Roman Empire
  • 1910 Francis John Haverfield - Greek an d Roman town-planning
  • 1911 Herbert Fisher - Political Unionions
  • 1912 Paul Vinogradoff - Constitutional history and the „year books“
  • 1913 Richard Haldane - The meaning of truth in history
  • 1914 James Bryce - Race sentiment as a factor in history
  • 1915 John William Fortescue - England at war in three centuries
  • 1916 Albert Frederick Pollard - The growth of an imperial parliament
  • 1917 Charles Harding Firth - Then and now, or a comparison between the war with Napoleon and the present war
  • 1918 Gilbert Murray - Aristophanes and the war party
  • 1919 George Macaulay Trevelyan - The war and the European revolution in relation to history
  • 1920 Thomas Frederick Tout - England and France in the 14th century and now
  • 1921 Julian Corbett - Napoleon and the British Navy after Trafalgar
  • 1922 Charles Oman - Historical Pespective
  • 1923 George Peabody Gooch - Franco-German relations, 1867–1914
  • 1924 William Searle Holdsworth - The influence of the legal profession on the growth of the English Constitution
  • 1925 Graham Wallas - Bentham as political inventor
  • 1926 Charles Walworth Alvord - The significance of the new interpretation of Georgian politics
  • 1927 Charles Grant Robertson - History and Citizenship
  • 1928 Robert William Seton-Watson - A plea for the study of contemporary history
  • 1929 Ernest Barker - Political ideas in Boston during the American Revolution
  • 1930 Henri Pirenne - La révolution belge de 1830
  • 1931 Edward Jenks - History and historical novel
  • 1932 Frederick Maurice Powicke - Pope Boniface III.
  • 1933 Norman Hepburn Baynes - The Byzantine imperial idea
  • 1934 Arthur Perceval Newton - The West Indies in international politics
  • 1935 Frank Merry Stenton - The road system of medieval England
  • 1936 Charles Peers - History in the making
  • 1937 Richard Henry Tawney - The economic advance of the squirearchy in the two generations before the civil war
  • 1938 John Harold Clapham - Charles Louis, elector palatine 1617–1680
  • 1939 ausgefallen
  • 1940 ausgefallen
  • 1941 ausgefallen
  • 1942 ausgefallen
  • 1943 ausgefallen
  • 1944 ausgefallen
  • 1945 ausgefallen
  • 1946 Charles K. Webster - The making of the charter of the United Nations
  • 1947 Arnold J. Toynbee - The unification of the world and the change in historical perspective
  • 1948 George Norman Clark - The cycle of war and peace in modern history
  • 1949 Vivian Hunter Galbraith - Historical research in medieval England
  • 1950 John Ernest Neale - The Elizabethan age
  • 1951 Ernest Fraser Jacob - Henry Chichele and the ecclesiastical politics of his age
  • 1952 Lewis Namier - Basis factors in the 19th century European history
  • 1953 Theodore Frank Plucknett - The mediaeval Bailiff
  • 1954 Hugh Hale Bellot - Woodrow Wilson
  • 1955 Keith Hancock - The Smuts Papers
  • 1956 Michael Clive Knowles - Cardinal Gasquet as an historian
  • 1957 John Goronwy Edwards - The commons in medieval English Parliaments
  • 1958 Lucy Stuart Sutherland - The City of London and the opposition to government 1768–74
  • 1959 Steven Runciman - The families of Outremer
  • 1960 Lillian Penson - Foreign affairs under the 3rd Marquis of Salisbury
  • 1961 Herbert Butterfield - Charles James Cox and Napoleon
  • 1962 Reginald Ralph Darlington - The Norman Conquest
  • 1963 Ronald Syme - Caesar
  • 1964 Robert Arthur Humphreys - Tradition and revolt in Latin America
  • 1965 Michael Roberts - On aristocratic constitutionalism in Swedish history
  • 1966 Richard William Southern - England and the continent in the 12th century
  • 1967 Arnold Hugh Martin Jones - The caste system in the later Roman Empire
  • 1968 William Norton Medlicott - Britain and Germany
  • 1969 Ernst Gombrich - Myth and reality in German wartime broadcasts
  • 1970 Philip Grierson - The origins of money
  • 1971 Isaiah Berlin - George Sorel
  • 1972 Cyril Henry Philips - The young Wellington in India
  • 1973 Alan J. P. Taylor - The second world war
  • 1974 Frederick Jack Fisher - Labour in the economy of Stuart England
  • 1975 Owen Chadwick - Acton and Gladstone
  • 1976 Anthony Blunt - Illusionism in baroque architecture
  • 1977 Michael Moïssey Postan - The English rural labourer in the later middle ages
  • 1978 Joel Hurstfield - The illusion of power in Tudor politics
  • 1979 Joseph Needham - The guns of Kaifeng-fu
  • 1980 Arnaldo Momigliano - The origins of universal history
  • 1981 Michael Howard - The causes of wars
  • 1982 Ragnhild Hatton - The Anglo-Hanoverian connection
  • 1983 Keith Thomas - The perception of the past in early modern England
  • 1984 William G. Beasley - The nature of Japanese imperialism
  • 1985 Maurice Hugh Keen - Some late medieval views on nobility
  • 1986 James Henderson Burns - Absolutism
  • 1987 Ernst Heinrich Kossmann - 1787
  • 1988 Henry Royston Loyn - The „matter“ of Britain
  • 1989 Donald Cuthbert Coleman - Myth, history and the industrial revolution
  • 1990 Douglas Johnson Occupation and collaboration
  • 1991 John Huxtable Elliott - Illusion and disillusionment
  • 1992 Ian Nish - The uncertainties of isolation
  • 1993 Eric Hobsbawm - The present as history
  • 1994 Peter James Marshall - Imperial Britain
  • 1995 James Campbell - European economic development in the 11th century
  • 1996 Averil Cameron - Byzantium
  • 1997 Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie - The history of the book in France
  • 1998 Peter Clarke - The rise and fall of Thatcherism
  • 1999 John Gillingham - Civilizing the English?
  • 2000 Jessica Rawson - The power of images
  • 2001 Shula Marks - Class, culture andconsciousness
  • 2002 Patrick Collinson - Elizabeth I and the verdicts of history
  • 2003 J. G. A. Pocock - The politics of historiography
  • 2004 Robert Ian Moore - The war against heresy in medieval Europe
  • 2005 Robert F. Foster - Changed utterly
  • 2006 Olwen Hufton - Faith, hope and money
  • 2007 Richard J. Evans - The Creighton century
  • 2008 Chris Wickham - Medieval Assembly
  • 2009 Robert Service - Russia since 1917 in Western mirrors
  • 2010 Tim Blanning - The Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation
  • 2011 Catherine Hall - Macaulay and Son
  • 2012 Quentin Skinner - John milton as a theorist of liberty
  • 2013 Lisa Jardine - Meeting my own history coming back
  • 2014 Richard J. Evans - Was the „final solution“ unique?

Literatur

  • Richard J. Evans: The Creighton Century. British historians and Europe. In: Historical Research, Bd. 82 (2009), S. 320–329, ISSN 1468-2281

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