Principal Lecturer in Politics
Areas of Teaching
Nationalism and Politics, Revolutions, Urban History.
Member of School Management Team (Undergraduate Co-ordinator)
Art and Politics, the Development of Local Art Institutions in the 19th Century, Local Patronage of Art.
Douglas, J. (2001) 'The Development of Leeds City Art Gallery.' Journal of the Thoresby Society Miscellany, II, pp.73-90.
Douglas, J. (1997) 'Patronage and Politics in a Leeds Parish: The Story of the Brangwyn Mosaics in St Aidan's Church, Harehills'. Journal of the Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society, 6, pp.23-28
Douglas, J. (1996) Leeds Places of Worship Trail. Leeds: Leeds Civic Trust / Department of Planning, Leeds City Council.
Douglas, J. and Powell, K. (1992) St. John's Church, Leeds: A History. London: The Redundant Churches Fund.
Douglas, J. (1987) Three Suburban Walks. Leeds: The Victorian Society.
Douglas, J. and Powell, K. (1985) Three Architectural Walks. Leeds:The Victorian Society.
Douglas, J. (1974) India's Democracy. Weidenfeld & Nicholson.
School of Cultural Studies
Leeds Metropolitan University
Leeds LS2 9EN
Tel: 0113 812 3350