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history professor

David Gerard Moon, British history professor. Fellow: Royal History Society; member: British Society Slavonic and East European Studies, American Society Environmental History, American Association Advancement Slavic Studies, European Society Environmental History (regional representative Britain and Ireland since 2006).

Background

Moon, David Gerard was born on October 24, 1959 in Sunderland, England. Son of Derek and Marie-Therese Moon.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Newcastle University, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, Birmingham University, England, 1987.

Career

Visiting scholar history faculty Leningrad State University, Russia, 1985—1986. Lecturer department history University Texas, Austin, 1988—1989. Lecturer Department History, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, 1990—1999, senior lecturer, 1997—1999.

Reader department history Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland, 1999—2005. Reader Department History, Durham University, England, since 2005, professor Russian history, since 2007. Member Institute Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, 2008—2009.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (books) Russian Peasants and Tsarist Legislation on the Eve of Reform, The Russian Peasantry, 1600-1930: The World the Peasants Made, The Abolition of Serfdom in Russia, 1762-1907.

Membership

Fellow: Royal History Society. Member: British Society Slavonic and East European Studies, American Society Environmental History, American Association Advancement Slavic Studies, European Society Environmental History (regional representative Britain and Ireland since 2006).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, swimming, hiking.

Connections

father:
Derek Moon

mother:
Marie-Therese Moon