Richard Toye

 

 


 

I was born in Cambridge in 1973; I subsequently lived in Swansea and then Hove. After completing my BA and M Phil degrees at the University of Birmingham I returned to Cambridge to do my PhD. From 2000 to 2002 I worked at the University of Manchester, and then went back to Cambridge again, where I served for five years as Director of Studies for History at Homerton College. In 2007 I moved to the University of Exeter.

More info: https://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/history/staff/toye/




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Jan 16th 2017

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