Donald Winch Archive
Donald Winch is Professor Emeritus of Intellectual History at the University of Sussex and Honorary Professor at the University of St Andrews. The Winch archive covers a remarkably wide area of research in intellectual history from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, and encompass the political and economic ideas of a variety of authors in Britain, Europe and North America. The papers have been generously donated by their author.
- Concepts, Methods and Values in the Social Sciences
- Lectures by Donald Winch for the 'Concepts, Methods and Values in the Social Sciences' course at the University of Sussex.
- Major pieces
- Conference and seminar presentations, lectures, unpublished essays, and research papers.
- Minor pieces
- Other writings, including lecture notes and shorter presentations.
- The Carlyle Lectures
- Texts of six lectures given by Donald Winch at the University of Oxford in 1995 under the general title 'Secret Concatenations: Mandeville to Malthus'. Although they were based on the research that went into a book on Riches and Poverty published in the following year the lectures differ in style and content.