Audio and Video Recordings
2 May 2019
The Griffin Economic History Summit Public Lecture, From Bretton Woods to Financial Crisis: The Rise and Fall of Global Economic Governance, will be presented by Martin Daunton, Professor Emeritus of Economic History at the University of Cambridge.
6 March 2019
A recording of the public lecture that closed our ‘Difficult Histories & Positive Identities’ conference in February 2019, by Professor Martin Daunton
One World or Two Worlds? Defining Britain’s place in the world economy after Bretton Woods
The University of Manchester
28 March 2019
A seminar with Martin Daunton of the University of Cambridge.
Tawney Lecture 2015: Contesting Reconstruction: Remaking the Global Economic Order
13 May 2015
In this year’s Tawney lecture, Martin Daunton considers the conflicting and contested notions of the reconstruction of the world economy after the Second World War.
Institute of Historical Research
19 May 2008
This interview was conducted for the ‘Making history: The discipline in perspective’ project, and the Project Officer Danny Millum spoke to Professor Martin Daunton about his experience of and views on changes in the discipline and the academic profession of history.
Professor Martin Daunton – Honorary Graduate
13 August 2010
In this interview historian Professor Martin Daunton shares his experience of his honorary degree from the University of Nottingham.
Professor Martin Daunton – Interview
2 August 2013
An interview of Martin Daunton on his life and work, filmed on 2nd August 2013 by Alan Macfarlane and edited by Sarah Harrison