Research Profile

Mr David
Waller

Senior Lecturer in American Politics

Faculty of Business and Law

  • David Waller was educated at the Universities of Oxford (BA Joint Honours in Ancient & Modern History) and London (MA in Area Studies ~ United States), and undertook further graduate work at the University of California at Berkeley.

    He joined the University of Northampton in 1992 to teach American Studies and is now part of the International Relations and Politics course team.

    He currently serves as chairman of the Northampton Branch of The Historical Association and as chairman of the Northamptonshire Archaeological Society.

  • BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics. Teaching on the following modules:

    • States, Empires and the Changing Global Order
    • Power and Vision
    • American Politics in a Global Age
    • Democracy in Action
    • Contemporary Challenges in World Politics

    BA (Hons) History. Teaching on the following module:

    • Divided Nation to Superpower

    MA International Relations. Teaching on the following module:

    • America after 9/11
  • David Waller’s principal research interests lie in Anglo-American diplomatic relations and he is currently investigating the correspondence of British consuls in the USA during the era of the American Civil War, in collaboration with Dr David Brown of the University of Manchester.

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    • Waller, D. (2009) Abraham Lincoln: the nationalist as universalist. Invited Presentation presented to: Lincoln Bicentennial Conference: European Readings of Abraham Lincoln, His Times & Legacy, American University of Paris, 17-18 October 2009. (Unpublished)

    2008

    • Waller, D. (2008) Member of Editorial Board. International Journal of Historical Teaching, Learning and Research (IJHLTR). Exeter: History Education Centre (HEC), School of Education, University of Exeter. 1472 -9466.

    2007

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