Brought up mainly in West and East Africa. B A in modern history (Oxford 1964), Diploma in Public and Social Administration (Oxford 1966). Career running voluntary organisations. M A in Policy and Social Studies (Sheffield Hallam 2001). My main area of expertise was in running voluntary organisations, and my one article in a refereed academic journal  was on government policy towards them.
The subjects I contribute on are Quaker history, British literature, social policy (less of this recently as I am getting out of date), Dartmoor, and topics which connect with these, which actually makes quite a large field. My article on the Uganda Railway is an aberration, due to the fact that I used to travel on it.
My input is likely to be greatly reduced for the time being, due to my preoccupation with writing a history of Quakers in Plymouth. --Martin Wyatt (talk) 18:57, 30 July 2016 (UTC)
- Policy & Politics vol 30 no 2