Tristram Hunt

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Full name: Tristram Hunt

Area of interest: Society, politics, heritage, social history (expert on Urban History)

Journals/Organisation: The Observer | The Guardian | Financial Times

Email: tristramhunt@btopenworld.com | tristramhunt@parliament.uk

Personal website: http://www.tristramhunt.com

Website: http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/tristramhunt

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Representation: Capel & Land

Networks: https://twitter.com/#!/TristramHuntMP

Biography:

About: http://www.tristramhunt.com/web/about-tristram

Education: Trinity College, University of Cambridge: History; University of Chicago: Postgraduate fellowship; University of Cambridge: PhD on Victorian civic pride

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Intern with think-tank Demos; worked for the Labour Party for the 1997 and 2001 general elections. Co-wrote the encomium to New Labour's first three months in government Blair's 100 Days. Former researcher to Tony Blair and special adviser to Lord Sainsbury; in the 2010 General Election, he was elected as the Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent Central

Current position/role: broadcaster and columnist

  • also writes/written for: The Times, New Statesman and specialist journals

Other roles/Main role: University lecturer

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Broadcast media: Wrote and presented a number of radio and TV series, including Civil War (BBC2), Isaac Newton: Great Briton (BBC2), The British Middle Class (Channel 4) and Past Presence (Radio 4)

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Other: Son of Julian Hunt, scientist and professor of climate modelling

Books & Debate:

Latest work: A biography of Friedrich Engels, The Frock-coated Communist OCLC298597985 , 2009. Reviewed by John Gray in The Independent here

Speaking/Appearances: Friedrich Engels Memorial Lectures: From Cottonopolis to Original Modern: lessons from 19th Century Manchester for the 21st

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  • No regular column

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