Timothy Baycroft is a Professor of the History of Modern France and Europe in the long nineteenth Century. He has university degrees from four countries, including a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
His research has covered a wide range of topics, from nationalism, regionalism and identity, through border studies, memory, revolution, war and occupation, from a variety of methodological perspectives.
During his academic career he has published 6 books and many articles, held posts in France, England and Wales, presented papers at conferences in over a dozen countries, and participated in several international collaborative research projects. He spent 10 years as the reviews editor of the journal French History, published by Oxford University Press.