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Paul Kerry

Associate Professor
History Faculty, 1749-1832, Europe, Enlightenment, History of Ideas

Office: 2149 JFSB

Paul Kerry is an associate director of the law school’s International Center for Law and Religion Studies and an affiliate faculty in European Studies and Global Women's Studies. He holds a DPhil from the University of Oxford and is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He researches in German and European intellectual history, the transatlantic transmission of ideas, and historiography. He is the author or editor of nine books and is a member of Woolf Institute research project: Documentary History of Jewish-Christian Relations to be published by Cambridge University Press and is currently completing a volume of the University of California Press Strouse critical edition of Thomas Carlyle’s writings. He sits on several editorial and professional boards and has held visiting fellowships including at Princeton, Cambridge, LSE, Edinburgh, and Oxford, where he continues to support the work of the Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government. He supports the work of the UK's All-Party Parliamentary Groups for Genocide Prevention and International Freedom of Religion or Belief.