Graham Stewart

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Full name: Graham Stewart

Area of interest: Modern history

Journals/Organisation: The Times

Email: mail@graham-stewart.org

Personal website: http://www.graham-stewart.org/index.php

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Representation: Capel & Land

Networks: http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/graham-stewart/4/702/962

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About: Joined The Times in 2000 as a leader writer, then commissioned to write volume seven of the official history of the newspaper. Covering the years 1981 to 2002, it was subtitled The Murdoch Years and greatly contributed to the debate about Rupert Murdoch’s role in the British media. Between 2005 and 2010, Graham wrote the weekly “Past Notes” column for The Times on Saturdays, drawing historical comparisons with contemporary events. He also regularly reviews books for The Spectator and the Literary Review. See graham-stewart.org biography

Education: Stewart's Melville College; St Andrews University: Modern History; St John's College, Cambridge: Modern British History PhD

Career: Assistant and researcher to Alan Clark - researched: The Conservative Party and the Nation State 1922-1997 ISBN 029781849X; Joined The Times in 2000 as a leader writer and was commissioned to write volume seven of The Times' official history; regular book reviewer for The Spectator and the Literary Review; written the 'Past Notes' column at The Times since November 2005

Current position/role: Editor at Critical Reaction, see here

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Other: Member of Sons of the Thames Rowing Club

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Latest work: His Finest Hours: Winston Churchill’s War Speeches

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Column name: 'Past notes' - column ended

Remit/Info: Makes historical comparisons with contemporary events: Politics, Society, World Affairs

Section: Features

Role: Columnist

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Email: mail@graham-stewart.org

Website: TimesOnline / Graham Stewart

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Day published: Saturday

Regularity: Weekly

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Average length: 450 words

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