J. A. Mangan Papers
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James Anthony Mangan (b. 1939)
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1. Research Papers
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: J. A. Mangan Papers
Dates of creation: 1980-1982
Extent: 4 files
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: J. A. Mangan, (b. 1939) scholar
Language: English

James Anthony Mangan (b. 1939)

Professor in the International Research Centre for Sport, Socialisation, Society, University of Strathclyde, and author of numerous publications on sport, education and imperialism, including Athleticism in the Victorian and Edwardian public school: the emergence and consolidation of the educational ideology (CUP, 1981); The education of an elite imperial administration: the Sudan Political Service and the British public school system (1981); and The games ethic and imperialism: aspects of the diffusion of an ideal (Viking, 1986)


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1. Research Papers

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Presented by Mangan, 2003

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1. Research Papers
SAD.891/7/1-48
1980 Jan - Apr 10
Correspondence with former Sudan Political Service officials concerning their education and social background. Specific questions were circulated and the information provided was used by J.A.M. as source material for Athleticism in the Victorian and Edwardian Public school: the emergence and consolidation of the educational ideology (1981) and The education of an elite imperial administration: the Sudan Political Service and the British public school system (1981). Some of the replies go into considerable detail and correspondents include A.K. Markland, J.P.S. Daniell, C.J. Treadwell, L.W. Raven, G.M.G. Tibbs, P.P. Howell, J.A.A. Blaikie, F.D. McJannet, B.H. Dening, R.J.S. Thomson, G.S. Renny, S.S. Richardson, G.R.C. Lumsden and H. Malet
SAD.891/8/1-62
1981 Jan - Feb 25
Correspondence with former Sudan Political Service officials concerning their social backgrounds, specifically in relation to two statements by R.O. Collins in “The Sudan Political Service”, African Affairs 71, no 284 (1972). Correspondents include W.N. Monteith, H. Malet, J.P.S. Daniell, E.A. Pearson, G.R.C. Lumsden, A.J.V. Arthur, F.D. McJannet, P.S. Young, J.A.A. Blaikie, L.W. Raven, R.J.S. Thomson, J.T.McK. Dickson, J.F. Madden,, P.P. Howell, D. Vidler, G.M.G. Tibbs, K.D.D. Henderson, R.G.S. MacGill, D.H.A. Wilson, W.C. McDowall, H.G. Balfour-Paul, T.G. Rowe, J.F.S. Phillips, P. Hogg, E,F, Aglen, C.W. North, I.H. Watts, J.S.R. Duncan, D.C. Carden, J.M. Hunter, H.P. Sherman, B.A. Carlisle and P.A.R. Lindsay
SAD.891/9/1-75
1981 Mar 3 - 1982 Feb 16
Continuation of correspondence above in 891/8/1-62 and letters of congratulations on J.A.M.'s paper on the Sudan Political Service. Correspondents include Helen Hankin, Sir James Robertson, P. Tripp, D.A. Penn, J.F.E. Bloss, J.K.S Watson, J.P.S. Daniell, K.D.D. Henderson, G.R.F. Bredin, J.F.S. Phillips, E.J. Bickersteth, J.G.S. Macphail, C.B. Kendall, S.S. Richardson, H.A. Nicholson, Sir Donald Hawley, B.M. Beves, W.T. Clark, N.S. Mitchell-Innes, D. Vidler, H.A. Nicholson
SAD.891/9/76-108
[c.1980 - 1982]
Notes by J.A.M. on members of the Sudan Political Service and their educational and social backgrounds
SAD.891/10/1-74
1981 Jan 13 - 1982 Feb 19
Correspondence relating to the educational and social backgrounds of former Sudan Political Service officials, chiefly requests from J.A.M. for information and replies from various schools and universities attended by the officials