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Herbert ButterfieldHistorian as Dissenter$
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C.T. McIntire

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780300098075

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300098075.001.0001

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Reconciler

Reconciler

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(p.51) 3 Reconciler
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Herbert Butterfield
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C. T. McIntire

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300098075.003.0003

This chapter discusses Butterfield's undergraduate supervisions in Peterhouse and his lectures in the Faculty of History. His new position in the university History Faculty set him up for his third year of lectures, and his fourth year on the History Faculty list. A new statute for Cambridge University in 1926 augmented the academic position of the university vis-a-vis the colleges, creating the Faculty of History and the position of University Lecturer. His name was put on the first list of the reorganized History Faculty for 1926–1927, one of forty-one historians attached to the university or one of the colleges. However, he had no standing that year as a lecturer in the university or the college, and offered no lectures. Officially the title Research Fellow, which he received in 1926, was a result of the new college statute, which, like every other Cambridge college, Peterhouse obtained in conjunction with the new university statute.

Keywords:   undergraduate supervisions, Peterhouse, lectures, Faculty of History, University Lecturer

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