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Research & Discussion

General biography

Rejected legend

Youth 1888-1914

War service 1914-1918

Diplomacy 1918-1922

Service years 1922-1935

Lawrence's personality

Writings and criticism

Lawrence and book production

Film, TV, radio

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T. E. Lawrence Studies list

Notes on named contributors

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T.E. Lawrence Studies is a private list. Except for contributors who have published on T.E. Lawrence, and others who have given permission, the authors of postings are identified here only by their initials and country.

If you wish to publish an attributed citation from a posting from this list, you must first obtain the author's permission. This is not just a matter of courtesy or copyright law. It is also to encourage lively discussion. Concern about possible publication discourages posting (you feel you need to check every fact first) and robs list exchanges of spontanaeity.

Bob Archibald

Founder of the Western States T.E. Lawrence Society

St.John Armitage CBE (1924-2004)

Former soldier and diplomat, authority on the history of the Middle East.
Obituaries: Telegraph, Guardian, Independent
Papers: St Antony's College, Oxford.

Joseph Berton

Researcher on photographs of the Arab Revolt and author of several articles and T.E. Lawrence and the Arab Revolt, An Illustrated Guide (Madrid, Andrea Press, 2011).

Clifford H. Irwin (1923-2009)

Retired advertising executive. Researched an extensive calendar of T.E. Lawrence's letters and wrote at least one article on that topic. Adviser to the American newsletter T.E. Notes.

Edward A. Jajko

Formerly Deputy Curator, Middle East Collection, Hoover Institution, Stanford, California. One of the organisers of the T.E. Lawrence Conference held at Santa Clara University in 2000.

Claire Keith

 Associate Professor of French at Marist College, Poughkeepsie. Author of articles about Lawrence and Lowell Thomas based on the Lowell Thomas archive at Marist.
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Kathi McGraw

Wrote the catalogue for the Lawrence exhibition held at Brown University, Rhode Island, in 1998.

Ann Miller

American Artist.

Harold Orlans (1921-2007)

Author, Lawrence of Arabia, Strange Man of Letters (London and Toronto, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1993); T.E. Lawrence, Biography of a Broken Hero (Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, McFarland, 2002), and a number of  articles.
Obituary: Washington Post  

Jeremy Wilson (1944-)

List Moderator, Authorised Biogrpaher of T.E. Lawrence, Series editor of the Castle Hill Press edition of Lawrence's writings and correspondence.
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