Tim Stretton

Full Professor
Faculty of Arts
History

Faculty Member Information

Education

Ph.D., Early Modern British History, University of Cambridge, 1993
LL.B., Law, University of Adelaide , 1987
B.A., History (First Class Honours), University of Adelaide , 1986

Academic Work Experience

2016 - 2016, Visiting Professor (Sabbatical leave), University of Cardiff
2010 - Present, Full Professor, Saint Mary’s University
2007 - 2008, Visiting Professor (Sabbatical leave), Law School, University of Adelaide
2003 - 2010, Associate Professor , Saint Mary’s University
2001 - 2003, Assistant Professor, Saint Mary’s University
1999 - 2000, Assistant Professor (Sessional appointment), Dalhousie University
1998 - 1999, Teaching and Research Fellow (Joint appointment with Dr Lyndan Warner), University of Waikato
1997 - 1997, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, University of Toronto
1994 - 1997, Research Fellow, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge
1994 - 1997, Part-Time Lecturer in Women’s History/ College Supervisor in British Social and Economic History, University of Cambridge
1992 - 1993, Lecturer in History (Assistant Professor) (12 month appointment), University of Durham
1991 - 1992, College Supervisor in Historiography, University of Cambridge

Membership

2013 - Present, Member of the North American Society for Legal History
2000 - Present, Member of the North American (and North Eastern) Conferences on British Studies

Honours

Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professorship The Leverhulme Trust - 2015
Fellow of the Royal Historical Society Royal Historical Society - 2009
Life Member of Clare Hall University of Cambridge - 1994
Commonwealth Scholarship Association of Commonwealth Universities - 1991
Eileen Power Studentship London School of Economics - 1991