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historian

Lotte Hughes, British historian. Recipient United Kingdom-Africa Partnership award, British Academy, since 2008; grant, Arts & Humanities Research Council, since 2008.

Background

Hughes, Lotte was born on July 17, 1952 in York, Yorkshire, England. Daughter of David and Betty Hughes.

Education

Bachelor in Sociology, University Sussex, Brighton, 1973. Master of Arts in Area Studies, University London, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, St Antony's College, University Oxford, 2002.

Career

Women's editor & feature writer Express & Star, Wolverhampton, 1980—1986. Journalist & editor Save the Children, London, 1989—1998. Research officer St. Antony's College, University Oxford, 2002—2005.

Lecturer African arts & cultures Ferguson Center African & Asian Studies, Open University, Milton Keynes, since 2005. Council member African Studies Association, London, since 2008. Editorial board member History Association Kenya, since 2008.

Connections

father:
David Hughes

mother:
Betty Hughes