Professor Richard Clogg

Emeritus Fellow

Richard Clogg was Professor of Modern Balkan History at King’s College London between1988 and 1995. He then became a Senior Research Fellow at St Antony’s College and in 2005 was elected to an Emeritus Fellowship of the College.

Selected Publications: 

A Concise History of Greece, (Cambridge University Press 1992, second edition 2002, third edition 2014). Translated into thirteen languages. A Short History of Greece (Cambridge University Press 1979; second edition 1986); Politics and the Academy: Arnold Toynbee and the Koraes Chair (Frank Cass 1986); Parties and Elections in Greece (Hurst 1987); The Movement for Greek Independence 1770-1821: a Collection of Documents (Macmillan 1976); Anatolica: Studies in the Greek East in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Variorum 1996); Anglo-Greek Attitudes: Studies in History (Macmillan 2000); Greece 1940-1949: Occupation, Resistance, Civil War: A Documentary History (Palgrave 2002).