Dr William Foster
I am a British historian holding university degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, and Cambridge. I was formerly Keasbey Fellow at Selwyn College, Cambridge, and have been a Fellow of Homerton since 2007, also serving as Vice-Principal (deputy Head of House), 2013-19.
History of Western European/US- Russian relations.
History of warfare, mass violence, forced labour and genocide in Europe.
History of Switzerland/armed neutrality in Europe.
I have supervised numerous research dissertations for single-honours History part II. I also supervise for the MPhil in Modern European History, the MPhil in American History, and for the PhD.
Undergraduate teaching in Part I: papers 18 (modern Europe) and 24 (modern America).
Undergraduate teaching in Part II: Specified Subject: 'Connected Histories of the US and USSR’.