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Barry Doyle

Photo Doyle
Professor
Institution(s) de rattachement : University of Huddersfield

Coordonnées professionnelles

University of Huddersfield
School of Music, Humanities & Media
Huddersfield HD1 3DH
West Yorkshire
United of Kingdom

b.m.doyle@hud.ac.uk

44 (0)1484 472452

Professor Barry Doyle studied for both his BA and PhD at the University of East Anglia. He held teaching posts at the Universities of St Andrews, Durham and Edinburgh before moving to the University of Teesside where he was lecturer and Reader in History and subsequently Assistant Dean Research in the School of Social Sciences and Law. He moved to Huddersfield as Head of History, English, Languages and Media in 2008 and since 2013 has been Professor of Health History.

His teaching and research interests cover the political, social and economic history of urban Britain in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He has a particular interest in the development of health care systems before welfare states in both the UK and Europe. He was closely involved in developing a project to archive the British Steel Teesside Collection which received over £400,000 in grants, while his health care research has received significant support from the Wellcome Trust.

Barry is Director of the Centre for the History of Public Health and Medicine.


He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.


He is Chair of the Publications Committee of the Economic History Society.


He is a member of the Peer Review Colleges for both the AHRC and the ESRC.

He is series editor for New Approaches to Economic and Social History (Cambridge University Press) and People, Markets, Goods (Boydell and Brewer)


He is a member of the Editorial Board for the Royal Historical Society's Studies in History Series.

He is a member of the Editorial Board of the journal Social History of Medicine.

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