Philip John Waller
|Known for||19th Century History|
Waller is the author of a number of academic texts, including Democracy and Sectarianism: A Political and Social History of Liverpool, 1868-1939, published in 1981, and Town, City, and Nation: England 1850-1914, published by Oxford University Press in 2006.
While at Merton, Waller led history reading parties in Cornwall, a tradition begun by his predecessor Roger Highfield in 1953. Even in retirement Waller continued to invite undergraduate historians to visit his home on Bodmin Moor.
- Democracy and Sectarianism: A Political and Social History of Liverpool, 1868-1939, 1981
- Politics and Social Change in Modern Britain, Harvester, 1987
- The Chronology of the Modern World, Helicon, 1994
- Chronology of the 20th Century, Helicon, 1995
- The English Urban Landscape, Oxford University Press, March 2000
- Town, City, and Nation: England 1850-1914, Oxford University Press, 2006
- Writers, Readers, and Reputations: Literary Life in Britain 1870-1918, 15 May 2008
- A Dictionary of British and Irish History, with Robert Peberdy, 24 September 2020
- Philip Waller at www.encyclopedia.com Retrieved 5 August 2020
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