Christopher Clark

Professor Clark’s research interests include: 18th and 19th century North American and United States social and cultural history, the social history of economic life, the history of American capitalism, rural societies and industrialisation, abolitionism and utopian communities, and New England.

Christopher Clark grew up in the London area, studied at the University of Warwick, and obtained his PhD in History at Harvard. He taught at the University of York for eighteen years, and was Professor of North American History at the University of Warwick for another seven years before moving to UConn in 2005. He has held visiting fellowships at Selwyn College, Cambridge; the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution; St. Catherine’s College, Oxford; and the UConn Humanities Institute

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