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The Modus got in the way of a post-Stubbsian revision.
Director of the Institute of Historical Research from 1948. Ford Lectures on The Second Century of the English Parliament (1960 –1) published in 1979. M. D. Knowles, ‘Some Trends in Scholarship, 1868–1968, in the Field of Medieval History’, TRHS, 5th series, 19 (1969), 139–57 at 147. Frederick Maurice Powicke (1879–1963). Born Alnwick; father a Congregationalist minister. Named after the Christian Socialist F. D. Maurice. Manchester University and Balliol College, Oxford. Professor of Modern History, Queen’s University, Belfast 1909–19; Professor of Medieval History, Manchester, 1919–28; Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, 1928–47.
Lived in England 1904–39. Tutor at Trinity College, Cambridge; Lecturer, then Reader in Constitutional History at Cambridge. No book; papers collected in Lapsley, Crown, Community and Parliament in the Later Middle Ages, edited by H. M. Cam and Geoffrey Barraclough (Oxford, 1951). 8 In fact the syndrome of constitutional history lasted into the 1960s in most universities – including Knowles’s Cambridge – though the extent to which it remained compulsory certainly varied and tended progressively to diminish.