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Thomas Hopkins

Tehostekuva Thomas Hopkins read History at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge as an undergraduate, before moving to Christ's College, Cambridge to study for the MPhil in Political Thought and Intelletual History. He is currently working towards completion of a University of Cambridge PhD thesis on the work of the political economists, Jean-Baptiste Say and J.-C.-L. Simonde de Sismondi, in relation to the politics and political economy of Europe in the aftermath of the French Revolution, under the supervision of Prof. Gareth Stedman Jones. For the EReRe Project, he will be pursuing his interests in the history of social, economic and political theory into the mid-nineteenth century, looking at French and German perspectives on the idea of 'industrial society'.

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Research statement:
"Industrial Society and the State: French and German Perspectives"

Thomas Hopkins