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andrew lacey
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Andrew Lacey completed a first degree in history followed by a postgraduate degree in Library and Information Studies. From 1988 he worked as a professional librarian in a variety of Colleges and Universities. From 1994 to 2005 he was College Librarian at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and, from 2001 to 2004, simultaneously Special Collections Librarian at the University of Leicester. Andrew was a member of the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Architecture and History of Art from 2005 to 2008.

In tandem with his professional career, Andrew has pursued his academic interests and teaching in continuing education. He is a Tutor for both the University of Cambridge, Institute of Continuing Education and the University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education. His teaching and research has included work on the English Civil War, sixteenth and seventeenth century English and European history, the relationship between art and power, and nineteenth and twentieth century British and European history.

Andrew was awarded a doctorate by the University of Leicester for research on the cult of King Charles I and the fruits of this work were published by the Boydell Press. He has also published many articles and essays on aspects of sixteenth and seventeenth-century history including the writing and tutoring of an online course for the University of Oxford on the English Civil War. He has also written and tutored online courses for the University of Cambridge, Institute of Continuing Education, on the early Tudors and Queen Elizabeth I. He is currently writing further online courses for Cambridge. In amongst all this, Andrew has published a book on the English Civil War  - never a dull moment!'


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