Dr Paul Mulvey

Dr Paul Mulvey

Guest Teacher

Department of International History

Room No
SAR.3.07

About me

Dr Paul Mulvey completed his doctoral degree in 2003 at the Department of International History, LSE. His thesis, History: Land, Liberty and Empire: Josiah C. Wedgwood and Radical Politics, 1905-1924, was supervised by Dr. Anthony Howe. Dr Mulvey went on to be a tutorial fellow at the department until 2005. Since then he has been a part-time teacher of History at the London School of Economics, King's College London and the University of Leeds. In May 2013, he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

Expertise

British Politics 1900-1950; Britain in the Great War

Teaching

Dr Paul Mulvey teaches the following courses at undergraduate level:

HY240 - From Empire to Commonwealth: War, Race and Imperialism in British History, 1780 to 1979

Publications

Papers & Talks

  • Life in the Trenches: Soldiers on the Western Front, 1914-1918 (lecture)
  • British Popular Imperialism in the late 19th century (lecture)
  • The British Empire in World War Two (lecture)
  • Britain and the Boer War (lecture)
  • British National Identity and the Great War (lecture)
  • Gallipoli and the Western Front in 1915 (lecture)
  • Societies at War: Britain and France on the Home Front 1914-18 (lecture)
  • The Great War Outside Europe, 1914-18 (lecture)
  • Mobilising Empires in the First World War (lecture)
  • The Foundations of Britain's Imperial Century (1776-1815) (lecture)
  • The Single Taxers and the Future of Liberalism, 1906-14
  • The Western Front in 1916 (lecture)
  • Britain and the Scramble for Africa (lecture)
  • Individualist Thought and Radicalism: Josiah C. Wedgwood's battle against the Collectivists, 1906-14
  • Radicalism’s Last Gasp? The British Liberal Party and the Taxation of Land Values, 1906-14