Dr. Gerald Power is affiliated to the Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic, as the Deputy of the Department of Anglophone Studies.
Areas of specialisation:
British history; British foreign policy; cultural and public diplomacy, the Arabian Gulf.
‘Britannia Rejected: The British Council and Cultural Diplomacy in Kuwait, 1955-61’, The Euro-Gulf Information Centre, 25 Oct. 2018.
Co-editor (with Christopher Maginn), Frontiers, States and Identity in Early Modern Ireland and Beyond. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2016, pp. 240.
Co-author (with Jaroslav Weinfurter), Thatcherismus v českých zemích: Vývoj a recepce [Thatcherism in the Czech Lands: development and reception]. Prague: Libri, 2015, pp. 164.
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