Dr Till Geiger - personal details
Role: Lecturer in International History
Biography: Till Geiger started his academic career as a Research Officer at the London School of Economics before taking up a teaching fellowship at the University of Aberdeen. Before coming to the University of Manchester, he taught European economic history and political economy at Queen's University Belfast from 1992 until 2001. Till joined the History Department as part-time lecturer and research fellow in September 2001 and was appointed to his present post as Lecturer in International History in August 2003.
Degrees: lic. oec. HSG, Hochschule St. Gallen, 1986, Economics; M. Sc. (Econ)., University of London (London School of Economics), 1987 Economic History; Ph.D. in History (part-time), University of Aberdeen, 1999 History.
Other affiliations: CRESC (ESRC Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change), University of Manchester
Membership of Research Groups: Research Group on American Power; World Histories Research Group
Visiting appointments: Visiting Researcher, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal (April 2009)
Dr Till Geiger
Lecturer in International History
Office: Samuel Alexander Building N2.3
Office hours: Monday 12-1 and Tuesday 12-1 (1st semester, 2013/14). On institutional research leave: 2nd semester, 2013/14
Phone: 0161 275 3096
School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
University of Manchester