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Llanelli-born Dr David Davies, an award-winning historian, author and Fellow of the Royal Historical Society tells the story.
Benjamin Grob-Fitzgibbon and Steven Sheppard, professors at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, have been elected Fellows of the Royal Historical Society.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and of the Higher Education Academy, a member of the Editorial Board of Media History and a member of the AHRC's Peer Review College.
He is Professor at the American Graduate School in Paris, Distinguished Professor Emeritus at AUP, Societaire des Gens de Lettres de France, and Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Long before Fellow of the Royal Historical Society Jad Adams turned his attention to writing on Gandhi's experiments with wives of his followers and his teenaged grandnieces, he had explored the sex lives of the writer Rudyard Kipling and the decorated general, Lord Kitchener, both of whom had a strong Indian connection.
I was recently invited to a conference by the Dutch Royal Historical Society, where they were discussing my work," he recalls with a slight groan.
He formerly served as the SecretaryTreasurer of the Northeast Conference on British Studies and was an elected member of the Royal Historical Society.
Burleigh is a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and a frequent contributor to The Sunday Times of London.