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Durham University

The Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies

Annie Tindley

Annie is a Senior Lecturer in modern British History, specialising in rural and aristocratic elites in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She joined Newcastle in September 2016 and is the Academic Director (Newcastle) and Consortium Director for the AHRC Northern Bridge Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership. Her particular research interests revolve around the interrogation of the aristocratic and landed classes, landed estates and their management from the mid-eighteenth to mid-twentieth centuries, in the Scottish, Irish, British and imperial contexts. She is interested in the ways in which landed elites defined and translated their power – territorial, political, social, financial – across their estates, the domestic political world of Westminster, and into the imperial context as governors and legislators.