Todd Carter is a DPhil candidate in History at University College, Oxford. His research focuses upon the conduct of British and American policies toward Rhodesia in the context of the Cold War in Southern Africa, c. 1963-1980. At the same time, his doctoral project will also shed light on the part that personality and human relationships played in promoting (and occasionally obstructing) progress toward majority rule in Rhodesia, and consider whether partisan control of British government mattered for relations between Britain and the United States. Prior to starting his DPhil, he gained a distinction in an MSt in Modern British and European History at the same institution and, before that, a first class BA (Hons) degree in History and Politics from Oxford Brookes University.

Review: Presidents and Premiers Workshop, Newcastle University, 26-27 May 2017

by Dr Martin Farr, Prof. Michael Cullinane and Todd Carter

Dr Martin Farr, Professor Mike Cullinane and Todd Carter report back on the the success of the Presidents and Premiers workshop, held at Newcastle University on 26-27th May 2017. Continue reading