Ulick Peter BurkeMA (Oxon and Cantab), Hon PhD (Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Lund and Zurich), FBA, Member of the Academia Europaea, FRHistS Emeritus Professor of Cultural History
Burke, Professor Ulick Peter born in 1937.
A cultural historian and historian of Europe, Burke has been influential in his investigation of innovative topics and his use of varying methodologies. He played a large part in raising the profile and status of cultural history.
MA (Oxon and Cantab), Hon PhD (Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Lund and Zurich), FBA, Member of the Academia Europaea, FRHistS.
Educated by the Jesuits and at Oxford (St John’s and St Antony’s), Peter Burke taught in the School of European Studies, University of Sussex from 1962 to 1979 as Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in History and as Reader in Intellectual History. He moved to Cambridge to become a Lecturer in History and subsequently Reader in and then Professor of Cultural History. In Emmanuel he has served as Librarian and Archivist. He has published 23 books, including 'The Italian Renaissance' (1972), 'Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe' (1978), 'The Fabrication of Louis XIV' (1992), 'The Art of Conversation' (1993), 'A Social History of Knowledge' (2000), 'Eyewitnessing' (2000), 'What is Cultural History?' (2004) and 'Languages and Communities in Early Modern Europe' (2004) and has been translated into 28 languages. He is married to a Brazilian historian, Maria Lúcia García Pallares-Burke.
School of European Studies, University of Sussex
University of Cambridge (Emmanuel College)
Professor of Cultural History, University of Cambridge (Emmanuel College)
Trevor-Roper, Hugh Redwald
Biographies: Historians / Daniel Snowman
Bibliography from Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH)
Peter Burke, Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe (London, 1978)
Peter Burke, New Perspectives on Historical Writing (Cambridge, 1991)
Peter Burke, History and Social Theory (Cambridge, 1992)
Peter Burke, What is Cultural History? (Cambridge, 2004)