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Biographies Asa Briggs

The preeminent English historian of the Victorian era and appointed member of the British peerage, Brigg’s landmark publications include a five-volume text on the history of broadcasting in the United Kingdom from 1922 to 1974. As a scholar-in-residence at the Kluge Center, Briggs researched a comparative history of American and British broadcasting. Read announcement

Selected Works at the Library of Congress