Professor Margot Finn
Margot Finn joined UCL in July 2012 as Chair in Modern British History, and is an historian of Britain and the British colonial world in the 'very long 19th century', c. 1750-1914. Margot is currently Principal Investigator on the project 'East India Company at Home, 1757-1857' as well as being a Trustee of the Victoria and Albert Museum and a REF History Sub-panel member, and also recently served as Vice-President of the Royal Historical Society. Margot recently curated an exhibition at Osterley House and Park (a National Trust property in Hounslow) entitled 'The Trappings of Trade: A Domestic Story of the East India Company'.
Qualifications & memberships of professional bodies
|Fellow of the Royal Historical Society|
|HIST1007 Making History|
|HIST7352 Law's Empire: Legal Cultures in the British Colonial World|
|HIST3318/9318 Antipodean Encounters: Aborigines, Convicts and Settlers in New South Wales c. 1770-1850|
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