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Dr Richard Butterwick - Pawlikowski
Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski graduated in History from Cambridge, before obtaining his doctorate at Oxford. He taught European history at Oxford and Queen’s University Belfast before moving to the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London, where he is now Professor of Polish-Lithuanian History. His academic interests range across the history and culture of Europe, but especially in the eighteenth century, and especially in Central Europe and the Baltic region. A great lover of the baroque and classical styles in the arts, he particularly delights in Mozart’s operas. Richard has published four books and many articles in scholarly periodicals and collections, and is in frequent demand as a speaker at international conferences. He has lectured for Noble Caledonia since 2008.
He has published three books and many articles in scholarly periodicals and collections, and is in frequent demand as a speaker at international conferences. Richard also edits the journal Central Europe. He has lectured on river cruises across this region since 2006, making his debut for Noble Caledonia in 2008.
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