Stephen Hague, Ph.D.

Stephen Hague, Ph.D.

Stephen Hague, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History, Director of the Hollybush Institute

Stephen Hague, Ph.D.

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Robinson Hall, 216F


Dr. Hague teaches modern European history, with a special interest in Britain and its global interactions from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries.  He works on the intersection of architecture, material culture, and politics and has published a number of essays in this area. He is the author of The Gentleman's House in the British Atlantic World, 1680-1780 (2015) and co-edited At Home in the Eighteenth Century (2022). He holds a D.Phil. (Oxford), an M.A. (Virginia), and a B.A. (Binghamton).

Dr. Hague offers upper-level courses in British history and imperialism, nineteenth- and twentieth-century European history, the two halves of the West in the World survey course, Historical Methods, and Senior Seminar, including an online version of this capstone course.

He is currently working on a book provisionally entitled Hobbits and Bohemians: The Inklings, the Bloomsbury Group, and the Modern World. His second project examines culture, historical memory, politics and the construction of the idea of 'Greater Britain' in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.

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